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  1. 546: Burroughs 101

    This American Life host Ira Glass was never into William Burroughs. Didn't get why people love his writing so much. Then he heard this radio story that changed all that, partly because it wasn't very reverential about Burroughs. For Burroughs 101st birthday, we hear that story.


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  2. 547: Cops See It Differently, Part One

    There are so many cops who look at the killing of Eric Garner or Mike Brown and say race didn't play a factor. And there are tons of black people who say that's insane. There's a division between people who distrust the police — even fear them — and people who see cops as a force for good.


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  3. #11 Know Your Customer

    Lessons on building an audience

    While working on this episode, we realized we want to know more about our audience. So, we created a survey. It takes about two minutes to complete, and you can find it at startuplistener.com

    We would be very grateful if you took the time to help us learn more about our listeners. Thanks!


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  4. Full Stack Radio - 8: Sean Devine - Ember and API First

    In this episode, Adam talks with Sean Devine, host of the Ruby on Rails podcast. Sean gives Adam an introduction to building applications with Ember, and how it's different than the way you might sprinkle AngularJS into a mostly server-side app. They talk about why your Ember apps shouldn't be mixed in with your server-side code, and the advantages that come along with building a server-side API with no front end of it's own.


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  5. #136: Phusion Passenger (Ruby Raptor) with Hongli Lai - The Changelog

    Hongli Lai is one of the co-founders of Phusion. His company recently got a lot of attention for their upcoming version of Phusion Passenger, which they decided to call Ruby Raptor in a clever marketing play to get people excited about Passenger again. It worked, and we invited Hongli on the show to talk about Passenger/Ruby Raptor,

    the challenges of marketing open source, how to get the internet excited about your next version, and so much more.

    A lot of people say, “Hey, if you’re open source, and you want to make money, try selling support.” We tried doing that, but it didn’t work at all, because Passenger is too good. – Hongli Lai – 12:10

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    Show notes:

    Hongli Lai

    Follow Hongli on Twitter

    Follow Hongli on GitHub

    Phusion Passenger


    Ruby Raptor – A radically new Ruby web server

    Raptor Turbo Caching

    Phusion Products

    Introducing Phusion Passenger 5 beta 1, codename “Raptor” – Phusion Corporate BlogPhusion Corporate Blog


    #34: Mongrel2, guitar, and more with Zed Shaw – The Changelog

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  6. #1: Ember.js 1.10, 1.11, HTMLBars and assigning ids to components — Ember Land

    Dan and Rob discuss Ember 1.10 betas, features to land and be deprecated in 1.11, HTMLBars, and assigning ids on ember components.Ember 1.9.0{{#with}} & {{#each}} related deprecationsEmber 1.10 betaHTMLBarsBlock paramsEmber 1.11 (unreleased){{#each}} with indexObjectController deprecationAssigning IDs to Ember componentsAlternative approach using viewName


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  7. #134: Open Sourcing .NET Core with the Microsoft .NET team - The Changelog

    This week, we have members from .NET core team at Microsoft on the show to discuss Microsoft’s motivation for open sourcing the base class libraries of .NET, open source vs source open, the true goal of open sourcing .NET Core, and more.

    “As far as open source goes, one of the key things that we need to focus on is being able to not just release source, but also take contributions back.” –

    Immo Landwerth @ 22:02

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    Show notes:

    Rich Lander on Twitter

    Immo Landwerth on Twitter

    Varun Gupta on Twitter

    .NET Core is Open Source – .NET Blog – Site Home – MSDN Blogs

    Introducing .NET Core – .NET Blog – Site Home – MSDN Blogs

    Microsoft on GitHub

    One Week of Open Source – .NET Blog – Site Home – MSDN Blogs

    .NET Foundation – Welcome to the .NET Foundation

    .NET Foundation – .NET Foundation Projects

    .NET Foundation Forums

    A less terrible .NET project build with NuGet – You’ve Been Haacked



    .NET on The Changelog! · Issue #128 · dotnet/corefx

    .NET tagged posts – The Changelog

    #76: .NET, NuGet, and open source with Phil Haack – The Changelog

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