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  1. Part 2: Ben Lesh on Reactive Programming at Netflix, Massive Data, and the Threadsafe Future | Developer Tea

    Ben Lesh is a senior UI engineer at Netflix, where he works on projects that use reactive programming in JavaScript to manage massive amounts of data. Ben talks with me about a variety of topics, focusing on reactive programming and data stream processing. Ben also gives his advice to you, whether you are a young developer or well into your career. Make sure you Tweet at Ben at https://twitter.com/benlesh and thank him for coming on the show!

    Today's episode is sponsored by DigitalOcean. Go to https://digitalocean.com to get started, and use the promo code "DeveloperTea" on the billing page after you create your account to get a $10 credit!


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  2. Electric Shadow 14: Orson Welles of the Genre

    Apple has been using cinematic techniques in their events and ads since 1984. Horace Dediu, Jason Snell, and John Gruber discuss the story Apple has told on screens for 30 years: one of engineering thriving on dynamic creativity.PanelistsHorace Dediu runs Asymco and hosts The Critical Path.Jason Snell bleeds Six Colors, captains The Incomparable, and just started Upgrade and moved Clockwise to RelayFM.John Gruber is the Daring Fireball, hosts The Talk Show, and is 1/3 of Vesper, a great note-taking app.SponsorsSymbolicons: 40% off any icon bundle with ESN1Harry's: $5 off with ELECTRICBackblaze: unlimited, unthrottled backup for $5/monthIconic: $25 off Iconic Classic or Classic Plus(Fair Use) Audio Clips - Video Library1984, directed by Ridley ScottApple Watch - RevealMac Pro - Cinema AdNew Coke (two ads in one), directed by Ridley ScottiMac - (She Comes in) ColorsiMac - Jeff Goldblum: EmailOrtega TacosGold iPhone 5s - Metal MasteredJohn Lasseter and Steve Jobs on Charlie Rose (1996)Steve Jobs introduces the MacintoshShow Notes and LinksThe Making the New Mac Pro short is a great example of the industrial documentary style so often copied.Helvetica, Objectified, and Urbanized are all very, very well-made documentaries.More "Solid Goldblum": Beige and Three Pizzas.Three Steps couldn't be used because a version with decent audio couldn't be found in time.Exploding Tacos got you down? That purse just too confusing? Has your arm lost all ability to carry the weight of a chip bowl? Can't stop knocking over Cheetos? I…don't know what to tell you.My least favorite thing about the above-linked Charlie Rose interview is almost every minute of it that is not included in this week's show. Calm down, Charlie! Damn!Not used in the show proper, but still great: the original 2007 "Hello" teaser for iPhone.Creativity, Inc.Incomparable 197: Fail Fast (Creativity Inc.)When it posts within 24 hours of this episode, The Incomparable #212 will be the Toy Story-centric episode mentioned here.The introduction of the original iPhone.


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  3. JPG Podcast : 29 - A Reading of ‘The Shape of Things To Come’. (SPECIAL)

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    UPDATE: A kind listener has cleaned up the audio file to remove some background noises. Thank you Luca.



    In this special episode we have a reading of the recent New Yorker article by Ian Parker. The article is about Apple with the focus on Apple’s Sir Jonathan Ive.


    The idea was given to me by Mike Hurley of Relay.fm fame. So if people find the 17,000 word article too long to read, now you can listen with a variable speed with whatever your podcast app of choice may be.


    11:45 - Chapter 2 - The Studio

    34:02 - Chapter 3 - Managing Newness

    1:05:00- Chapter 4 - A Tap On the Wrist


    (Note, if you can hear a slight background whine, then I do apologise, the neighbours are weird, thankfully it ends around 40 minutes into the reading).







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