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  1. 177: Paying for Someone to Blame

    Follow-up: Dave Nanian of SuperDuper fame on HDMI CEC

    Ripping Blu-rays for Apple TV:

    MakeMKV

    Subler

    Plex

    Infuse

    DS Video

    Don Melton’s video-transcoding scripts

    The TV Database

    The Movie Database

    Follow-up on Marco’s HDMI CEC woes

    Follow-up: Matt Bischoff on ice cream ingredients

    Edy’s vs. Dreyer’s vs. Breyer’s

    iCloud Drive vs. Dropbox for file syncing

    Scrivener Sync

    macOS Sierra and the case of the missing files

    Dropbox Infinite

    Hackintoshes still exist, apparently

    Marco’s joke RT

    Old World ROM

    Isopoint Trackbar (more here)

    The poor Mac Mini

    Motorola Rokr

    Ending theme by Jonathan Mann

    Post-show Neutral: Honda Accord SE

    Sponsored by:

    Trunk Club: Premium clothing, great advice, zero work.

    Wunder Capital: Do well and do good.

    Eero: Finally, Wi-Fi, that works. Use code ATP for free overnight shipping.

    http://atp.fm/episodes/177

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  2. 5by5 | Road Work #35: Mr. Yuck

    John joins Dan as to open the history books about Minesweeper, John’s lack of tattoos, leather pants, buying motorcycles, radioactive salt mines, the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository, living your dreads, joining the rugby team, and Harley Davidson.

    http://5by5.tv/roadwork/35

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  3. State of Programming with Jeff Atwood - Software Engineering Daily

    Podcast: Play in new window | Download

    “The geeks won because somehow we tricked everyone into carrying around a computer with them!”

    Stack Overflow is used by developers to find out how to build software. Stack Overflow is both a tool and a community, and today’s guest Jeff Atwood has made a career out of building tools and communities. As the co-founder of Stack Exchange and Discourse.org, Jeff has been solving the problem of civilized online communication for seven years.

    In today’s episode of Software Engineering Daily, Jeff Atwood talks about building online communities from the perspective of an engineer as well as a sociologist.

    Questions

    How were you able to predict Atwood’s Law before the boom ofJavaScript?

    What are the other changes you’ve noticed in programming since 2007?

    Why didn’t you write the backend of Discourse in JavaScript?

    Would you have chosen React over Ember if you started Discourse today?

    How can you tell whether a framework will stand the test of time?

    What do you think are the future implications of Docker, and where the product is going?

    What have you learned from building Stack Overflow to now building Discourse?

    From your interactions with developers, what in your mind is missing from the world of software engineering today?

    Links

    Atwood’s Law

    Discourse

    Why Ruby?

    Ember

    Miguel de Icaza

    Fog Creek

    Running discourse on your own servers

    Why would you build vs. buy

    Hybrid cloud

    Jeff Atwood on Product Hunt radio

    Complaint Driven Development

    Jeff’s page

    Sponsors

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    Toptal is an exclusive network of the top freelance software developers and designers in the world. Join using the link above to get a no-risk trial of up to 2 weeks, as a listener of SE Daily.

    Other Posts

    The Future of JavaScript with Eric Elliott

    Node.js at Netflix with Yunong Xiao

    JavaScript Overview with Yad Faeq

    Comments comments

    http://softwareengineeringdaily.com/2016/03/14/state-programming-jeff-atwood/

    download

    Tagged with podcast

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  4. BFF @ SoundCloud

    In this episode, Johannes Thönes, a ThoughtWorks developer based in Hamburg, interviews Lukasz Plotnicki, also a developer and ThoughtWorker, on the Backend for Frontend microservices pattern. Lukasz is the author of BFF @ SoundCloud, an article about the backend for frontends pattern which he looked into with Sam Newman at SoundCloud. This pattern describes the creation of one specific backend to provide functionality specifically to the need of a single client.

    Johannes talks with Lukasz about the BFF pattern rooted in a Microservices environment. First, they explain the difference between UI fragment composition and the backend for frontends approach as two alternatives. Then they discuss how backend for frontends fit into a microservices architecture and how it can be structured organizationally. We close the episode by discussing how many backend for frontends are already out there.

    https://soundcloud.com/thoughtworks/bff-soundcloud

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  5. A Conversation With Jeff Tweedy at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago | Pitchfork

    On the same night Wilco surprise-released their new album, Star Wars, Jeff Tweedy sat down with Mark Richardson for a …

    http://pitchfork.com/features/podcasts/9692-a-conversation-with-jeff-tweedy-at-the-museum-of-contemporary-art-chicago/

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  6. DevChat.TV

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    http://devchat.tv/js-jabber/162-jsj-eslint-with-jamund-ferguson

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  7. Reconcilable Differences #1: We All Ruined It Together - Relay FM

    In this inaugural episode, John and Merlin begin framing the conversation on exactly how they got how they are.

    From the dungeons of Usenet to the dragons of roving bullies, origins are explored, and differences are provisionally reconciled.

    http://www.relay.fm/rd/1

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  8. This Developer’s Life - 1.0.1 Getting Fired

    1.0.1 Getting Fired

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    Download Here

    Image from Outta Here

    I talk to 2 developers in this episode, and toss in a story from myself at the end:

    The first story comes from

    Sara J Chipps

    a Microsoft developer who lives on the East Coast.

    The second story comes from

    Oren Eine (Ayende Rahien)

    about what life as a prison commander in Israel taught him about his career.

    And finally there’s me (Rob) - talking about the "Coyote Contract" that was doomed to fail. So I gnawed off my own reputation to get out of it.

    Music

    Air - Sexxy

    Boy

    Nine Inch Nails - #6 (Ghosts)

    Electralane - On Parade

    Beta Band - Broken Up a Ding Dong

    Calexico - Minas de Cobre

    Fischerspooner - mega c (bonus track)

    Sponsors

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    http://thisdeveloperslife.com/post/1-0-1-getting-fired

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  9. .net rocks

    .NET Rocks! is a weekly Internet audio talk show for .NET Developers.

    http://www.dotnetrocks.com/default.aspx?showNum=1142

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  10. The Incomparable | Bros and Arrows (Episode 157)

    An entire comic book about Hawkeye, the lesser Marvel superhero with a bow and arrow? Okay… this looks bad. But seriously, bro, this is one of the very best comics being published today. We cover the first two trade-paperback editions of Fraction and Aja’s series, including Lucky the Pizza Dog, 50 Shades of Purple, and how hooking up a laserdisc player is similar to defusing a bomb. Hop on board and join us—we’re great at boats.

    https://www.theincomparable.com/theincomparable/157/index.php

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