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  1. Creating the Go programming language featuring Rob Pike & Robert Griesemer (Go Time #100) |> News and podcasts for developers |> Changelog

    Carmen and Jon talk with Rob Pike and Robert Griesemer (the creators of Go) about its origins, growth, influence, and future. This an epic episode that dives deep into the history and details of the how’s and why’s of Go, and the choices they’ve made along the way in creating this awesome programing language.

    https://changelog.com/gotime/100

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  2. (Bonus) A Conversation with Jason Kottke

    Jason Kottke started Kottke.org in 1998, making it one of the oldest, still maintained blogs on the web with over 26,000 posts spanning topics from art and technology to design, culture, and general knowledge. This is a peek behind the scenes of Jason’s process, his philosophies, and general thoughts on the internet––where it’s been, and maybe where it’s going. We talked about what running the blog looks like now, how it’s changed over the years. The evolution of patronage models, and his current thoughts on them. We talked a bit about burn out and managing that tension between what you really want to do versus what may appear to be the path of success online. And about the increasingly challenging task of maintaining ownership over what you create online. We also compared and contrasted our experiences as an OG blogger versus an OG vlogger, and how terrible both of those words are.

    Links:Kottke.OrgJason Kottke on Twitter

    https://art19.com/shows/coronavirus-daily-briefing/episodes/ed5804c9-7824-40f2-9edd-a5a3de026a5d

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  3. Ben Thompson explains TikTok, Trump and China by Recode Media | Podchaser

    Ben Thompson explains TikTok, Trump and China from Recode Media on Podchaser, aired Wednesday, 16th September 2020.

    Stratechery’s Ben Thompson sits down with Recode’s Peter Kafka to unpack what Oracle’s proposed TikTok deal actually means, and why removing China’s oversight is a good idea.Featuring…

    https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/recode-media-113001/episodes/ben-thompson-explains-tiktok-t-74703596

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  4. WebAssembly Migration with Nicolo Davis - Software Engineering Daily

    WebAssembly allows for the execution of languages other than JavaScript in a browser-based environment. But WebAssembly is still not widely used outside of a few particular niches such as Dropbox and Figma. Nicolo Davis works on an application called Boardgame Lab, and he joins the show to explain why WebAssembly can be useful even for

    https://softwareengineeringdaily.com/2020/09/01/webassembly-migration-with-nicolo-davis/

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  5. #26 Anne Cahalan on moving out of Junior-Developerness

    In this episode, I interviewed Anne Cahalan. Anne is an iOS developer at Detroit Labs, where she is constantly delighted by the niftiness of Swift. Anne told us her story. From the Bootcamp she went to and the apprenticeship program she followed, up to her "moving out" of "Junior-Developerness" a…

    http://podcast.devjourney.info/190346/750572-26-anne-cahalan-on-moving-out-of-junior-developerness

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  6. Episode 36: Sean Griffin

    Podcast RSSShow Notes:Sean Griffin built Diesel to answer the question he was asking himself: Can Rust work as a high level language?“I decided pretty early on that I didn’t want this to be my project, I wanted this to be the community’s project.” Sean went back through his early commits to understand how the project started and evolved. He shared why he writes detailed commit messages, the formation of Diesel core team, how he grew the community and how he decided what to put into Diesel 1.0.Show Links: DieselFirst commitSecond commitComment for future Seansql_function!Diesel core teamFirst Diesel core team member"Name it!"Ruby @ RailsconfAnnouncing Diesel 1.0"Diesel 1.0 will ship this year"

    https://www.betonyourself.com/podcast/episode-36-sean-griffin

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  7. 041: iPhone battery life vs. performance roundtable

    041: iPhone battery life vs. performance roundtable   Apple is sacrificing performance on old, cold iPhone batteries to prevent unexpected shutdowns. The company has been doing it for almost a year but this week it’s making headlines. Geekbench’s John Poole, analyst Ben Bajarin, former analyst Carl Howe, and electrical engineer and Android editor Jerry Hildenbrand discuss what’s happening, why, and what it all means.   Links:  

    @jfpoole on Twitter @benbajarin on Twitter @cdhowe on Twitter @gbhil on Twitter

    Apple and iOS 10.2.1 address unexpected shutdowns on iPhone 6, iPhone 6s

    PSA: iPhone slow? Try replacing your battery! Why Apple slows down old iPhones to save your battery

    iPhone Performance and Battery Age

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    http://vector.libsyn.com/041-iphone-battery-life-vs-performance-roundtable

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