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  1. Oakland Shrinks Scope of Controversial Surveillance Center: Forum | KQED Public Media for Northern CA

    At about 1 A.M. on Wednesday, Mayor Jean Quan made the tie-breaking vote at the Oakland City Council meeting to scale back the reach of the Domain Awareness Center, a planned 24-hour surveillance hub that has stirred protests and privacy concerns among residents. The vote limits surveillance to the Port of Oakland, city street cameras that were integrated into the Center’s system will be disconnected, and gunshot microphones in the city will be removed. The Domain Awareness Center had been expected to cost over $10 million, mostly paid for with federal homeland security funds.

    http://www.kqed.org/a/forum/R201403050900

    —Huffduffed by jeffhammett one month ago

  2. Let’s Make Mistakes 126

    Mike and guest co-host Jared Spool interview Dana Chisnell, who is doing some amazing work to ensure that voters true intent is registered at the polls. A fantastic show about the responsibility of design to civic duty.

    http://muleradio.net/mistakes/119/

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    —Huffduffed by mjkadel 2 months ago

  3. Episode 200: Markus Völter on Language Design and Domain Specific Languages : Software Engineering Radio

    Episode 200: Markus Völter on Language Design and Domain Specific Languages

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    on January 13, 2014

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    For Episode 200 of Software Engineering Radio, Diomidis Spinellis interviews Markus Völter, the podcast’s founder. Markus works as an independent researcher, consultant, and coach for itemis AG in Stuttgart, Germany. His focus is on software architecture, model-driven software development and domain specific languages as well as on product line engineering. Markus also regularly publishes articles, papers, books, and patterns, and speaks at national and international conferences. In this interview Markus discusses language design and domain specific languages (DSLs). DSLs eliminate a lot of boilerplate code, but, more importantly, they allow us to check diverse properties of the code that are relevant to the specific domain, for instance that all members of a product line support some key functions. However, DSLs appear to need considerable effort to develop. This can be addressed by language workbenches: frameworks that help us efficiently develop languages and families of inter-operating languages. Apart from parsing, language definition involves type systems, transformation to other languages, IDE support, data flow analysis, version control integration, debugging, and refactoring. Many of these elements can be handled by the language workbench. In that area, projectional editors — where the program is entered in a constrained manner — allow the same program to be presented in different ways (for example, as a table or a diagram), where the code is always a correct model of some internal representation. The interview ends with a discussion on language design, where Markus discusses the difference between language readability and writability.

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    Markus Völter: http://voelter.de

    DSL Engineering Book: http://dslbook.org

    mbeddr: http://mbeddr.com

    JetBrains MPS: http://jetbrains.com/mps

    Recording Venue: Skype / AudacityGuest: Markus Völter

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    http://www.se-radio.net/2014/01/episode-200-markus-volter-on-language-design-and-domain-specific-languages/

    —Huffduffed by skiaec04 2 months ago

  4. S&L Podcast - #158 - Read a Book, Change Your Brain — It’s Science! — Sword & Laser

    WHAT ARE WE DRINKING?Tom: Earl GreyVeronica: Literally nothingQUICK BURNS2014 Hugo Award Nomination Period Is Now OpenNeil Gaiman’s The Ocean at the End of the Lane named 2013 Book of the YearThe Wertzone Awards 2013300 Years of Imaginary Space Ships: 1630-1920What Does Sherlock Entering the Public Domain Really Mean?Reading a Novel Alters Your Brain Connectivity — So What?Our Flipboard Magazine is out!CALENDARTV, MOVIES AND VIDEO GAMESStephen Chow’s Journey to the West is delightfully insaneBOOK Kick-OffThe Einstein Intersection by Samuel R Delany (Damon Knight Grand Master Recipient)Wikipedia article on Einstein IntersectionBARE YOUR SWORDMarie Brennan still answering your questionsReading Goals for 2014 (again!)Proud member of the Boing Boing! network and Frogpants Studios.

    http://swordandlaser.com/home/2014/1/7/sl-podcast-158-read-a-book-change-your-brain-science?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+TheSwordAndLaser+%28The+Sword+and+Laser%29

    —Huffduffed by mhkid 3 months ago

  5. Lexplaining - Unprofessional - Mule Radio Syndicate

    Unprofessional

    Episode 62

    October 17, 2013

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    Lexplaining

    with Faith Korpi

    Faith Korpi triumphantly returns to chat with Lex and Dave about listening to podcasts and spoiling TV shows.

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    http://www.muleradio.net/unprofessional/62/

    —Huffduffed by hoeppner 3 months ago

  6. Lexplaining - Unprofessional - Mule Radio Syndicate

    Unprofessional

    Episode 62

    October 17, 2013

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    Lexplaining

    with Faith Korpi

    Faith Korpi triumphantly returns to chat with Lex and Dave about listening to podcasts and spoiling TV shows.

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    Namecheap: Get your private ad-free email + .COM/.NET/.ORG domain for only $6.99!

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    Faith on Twitter: @faitherina

    http://www.muleradio.net/unprofessional/62/

    —Huffduffed by hoeppner 3 months ago

  7. #52 The Taco Bell Unprofessional — Allen Pike — Unprofessional — A Mule Radio Podcast

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    http://unprofesh.com/blog/2013/8/8/52-the-taco-bell-unprofessional-allen-pike

    —Huffduffed by faucho 3 months ago

  8. This Year Was Terrible - Let’s Make Mistakes - Mule Radio Syndicate

    Let’s Make Mistakes

    Episode 120

    December 18, 2013

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    This Year Was Terrible

    Mike and Jessie review the (mostly) shitshow that was 2013. Also, Mike wrote this description when he was in a bad mood, which is also pretty indicative of what the year was like. I dunno, go see if the cafeteria still has swordfish.

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    Google Employee: “You can’t afford it? You can leave!” (Update: Hoax)

    http://www.muleradio.net/mistakes/120/

    —Huffduffed by scottjacksonx 4 months ago

  9. Dick in a Blox - Let’s Make Mistakes - Mule Radio Syndicate

    Let’s Make Mistakes

    Episode 118

    November 27, 2013

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    Dick in a Blox

    With Chris Clark

    Chris Clark joins us for our final week of Ladyvember to talk about copyright law, naked segregation, and circumcision. Ladies.

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    http://www.muleradio.net/mistakes/118/

    —Huffduffed by scottjacksonx 4 months ago

  10. Episode 108: Simon Peyton Jones on Functional Programming and Haskell | Software Engineering Radio

    We start our discussion with a brief look at what Haskell is and how a pure functional language is different from non-pure languages. We then look at the basic building blocks and the philosophy of the language, discussing concepts such as the lambda calculus, closures, currying, immutability, lazy evaluation, memoization, and the role of data types in functional languages. A significant part of the discussion is then spent on the management of side effects in a pure language - in other words, the importance of monads. We conclude the episode with a look at Haskell’s importance and community today.

    http://www.se-radio.net/2008/08/episode-108-simon-peyton-jones-on-functional-programming-and-haskell/

    —Huffduffed by imp one year ago

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