jtth / Jordan T-H

There is one person in jtth’s collective.

Huffduffed (181)

  1. CBC Radio

    Lucy Ellmann’s Booker-nominated Ducks, Newburyport, captures our fractious, fractured age through the eyes of a likeable, pie-baking housewife in Ohio in an epic running 1,000 pages in a single sentence.


    —Huffduffed by jtth

  2. ‘I want world domination!’ Lucy Ellmann on her Booker behemoth Ducks, Newburyport – books podcast | Books | The Guardian

    On this week’s show, the British-American author talks about her 1,000-page stream-of-consciousness and we chat about ‘difficult books’


    —Huffduffed by jtth

  3. Of Walking In Ice by Werner Herzog

    Filmmaker Werner Herzog’s journal Of Walking In Ice is the subject of this episode, recorded at the End of the Road festival at Larmer Tree Gardens in Dorset on September 1st 2019. Joining John and Andy is writer and critic Luke Turner (Out of the Woods). Other books under discussion are Time Lived, Without Its Flow by Denise Riley and March of the Lemmings: Brexit in Print and Performance 2016-2019 by Stewart Lee.

    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/backlistedpod/of-walking-in-ice-by-werner-herzog
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Sun, 22 Sep 2019 16:55:01 GMT Available for 30 days after download

    —Huffduffed by jtth

  4. RR 428: Arming the Rebels with Rails 6 Featuring David Heinemeier Hansson


    Sentry use code “devchat” for $100 credit

    Sustain Our Software

    Adventures in Blockchain


    David Kimura

    Andrew Mason

    Nate Hopkins

    Charles Max Wood

    With Special Guest: David Heinemeier Hansson

    Episode Summary

    Today’s guest is David Heinemeier Hansson, the creator of Ruby on Rails and co founder and CTO at Basecamp. This episode is focused on the release of Rails 6. David talks about the process of getting from Rails 5 to Rails 6 and some of the new features and frameworks in Rails 6. David describes some of the new features as ‘magical, which some people don’t like. He believes that the ‘magical’ element is a good thing because it reduces the learning curve for newcomers, so you can less time studying and more time being productive. This is important because it allows people from other platforms to jump on. Rails 6 will provide users with more frameworks so that they do not have to build all of their own solutions to common problems. David delves into how Ruby goes against the grain by providing tools and how that coincides with their philosophy. He talks about the process for deciding which problems the core team is going to tackle, how they come out of Basecamp, and Basecamp’s methodology in terms of what tools they decide to build. The panel discusses how deviating from the Rails core is almost an antipattern and how having the tools provided for them has improved their experience with Rails.

    David talks about some more upcoming frontend products and more on the process of updating Basecamp. He talks about his belief that most companies should not be inspired by how the big tech companies structure their internal teams. The conversation turns to how Shopify and Github are now running Rails 6 and how they have influenced the feature that have been added to Ruby. David believes that it’s important to focus on how to make a framework that solves problems for people but also focuses on real world results and businesses. Ruby wants to continue to “arm the rebels” by enabling small independent software makers to continue to challenge the industry giants. The show finishes with David giving some advice to new Rails programmers.


    Action Text

    Action Mailbox





    Follow DevChat on Facebook and Twitter


    Andrew Mason:

    How to Say It

    Rework episode

    Nate Hopkins:

    Stimulus Reflex

    Charles Max Wood:

    Atomic Habits

    Ed Mylet show

    The MFCEO with Andy Frisella

    David Kimura:

    Swing set kit

    Rails 6

    His daughter Ruby

    David Heinemeier Hansson:

    Follow David on Twitter @dhh, dhh.dk and Rework.fm

    To Have or To Be

    Shape Up book

    Rails 6


    —Huffduffed by jtth

  5. PlayPlaying

    Listen to Gunpower (w/ Patrick Blanchfield) and 6 other episodes by Know Your Enemy. No signup or install required.


    —Huffduffed by jtth

  6. 189 – Library Socialism & Usufruct – srsly wrong

    For your use and enjoyment: a special episode of Srsly Wrong, using the lenses of history, complexity, retention, and culmination to talk about libraries, sharing, and the socialist future we want to build.

    Opening Theme Song:

    Jodi Pongratz

    Closing Theme Song:

    Hunt Hunt Hunt Camphttps://hunthunthuntcamp.bandcamp.com/

    Listen to our Donor-Only Revolution series on Patreon!https://patreon.com/srslywrong

    We now have some really cool t-shirts you can buy to support the show 🙂https://srslywrong.com/product-category/tees/


    —Huffduffed by jtth

  7. WFMU:Techtonic with Mark Hurst:Playlistfrom July 8, 2019

    Audio & playlist from July 8, 2019


    —Huffduffed by jtth

  8. Episode 033 – Chris Gilliard | Ask the Flipped Learning Network


    —Huffduffed by jtth

  9. Connected #239: Pizza Trousers - Relay FM

    This week, in the absence of adult supervision, Myke and Federico discuss their new favorite time zone app and consider some recent iOS 13 rumors before Ticci talks about what arrived in his mailbox.


    —Huffduffed by jtth

  10. Episode 13: JE REFUSE (Odell, Busta, Keller, @LILINTERNET)

    Featuring artist and lecturer of Internet Art at Stanford University, JENNY ODELL who is the author of a new field book for the attention economy "How to Do Nothing" (Melville House, 2019). Odell speaks to NM about disorientation in the current online space, the value of physical context and community, and the practical tactics of refusal. Plus: bioregionalism, Silicon Valley Ayahuasca, the origins of the commodification of time, lucid dreaming — and bird watching.

    For more:

    Jenny Odell, "How to Do Nothing: Resisting the Attention Economy" (Melville House, 2019) https://www.mhpbooks.com/books/how-to-do-nothing/

    Jenny Odell, "A Business With No End" (New York Times, 2018) https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/11/27/style/what-is-inside-this-internet-rabbit-hole.html

    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/newmodels/episode-13-je-refuse-odell-busta-keller-lilinternet
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Wed, 17 Apr 2019 20:48:49 GMT Available for 30 days after download

    —Huffduffed by jtth

Page 1 of 19Older