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  1. HTTP 203: Is Safari the new IE?

    In this episode, Surma and Jake chat about:  

    HTTP 203 on memory debugging →   Box-sizing →   IE5.5 box model →   Tim Perry’s article →   IE double margin bug →   IE duplicate characters bug →   Dave Rupert’s article →   PROXX →   Weird emails from browser testing services →  

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  2. Cracking The Cryptic - The Podcast - Episode 2

    This is the second episode of our podcast! Let us know what you think …

    Cracking the Cryptic and Peter C. Hayward discuss how to solve a sudoku! Where to start, why it’s fun, what to look for, and the most controversial topic in sudoku: what exactly is bifurcation?

    Some notes from the show: •Ken Endo’s brilliant Castle Wall is the second puzzle solved in this video: •Cracking the Cryptic interviewed TanTan in February: •Peter got a recording of his meeting with John Cleese: •The Player of Games by Iain M. Banks: •If you’re new to Sudoku, these are some CTC recommendations: •Or check out Peter’s 1-2 star difficulty puzzles:

    This episode was sponsored by Night Crew. Listen to the podcast at And support the kickstarter here if you’d like to hear more!

    This is where you can reserve the best sudoku book of all time:


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  3. Virtual Domain-driven design: [Panel] Design better products with real cross-functional teams - Jutta & Maryse

    Too many products have been developed that serve one kind of client only. The reason is that the composition of the teams leads (subconsciously) to the development of products that serve only people that resemble the people in the team. One “famous” example is the soap dispenser that only works if your skin is white. If teams are really cross-functional and are resembling the diversity of the market, the products they’re creating are also better. Thus, if the whole team has the full business expertise, knows the market, reflects the full diversity of the clients, then it can even disrupt the market and isn’t waiting for some person (e.g. the Product Owner) to decide on priorities. With this real cross-functionality, the team can fully understand the company’s business and has a holistic view of it, knowing its contribution to the company’s value stream. Join us in a Panel dialogue with Jutta Eckstein and Maryse Meinen about that real cross-functional teams are an essential building block for implementing company-wide agility and the organization benefits by creating better and in a way more real products and by having more options when entering the war of talent.

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  4. Virtual Domain-driven design: TDD as a design tool with Dave Farley

    There has been a lot of fuzz around the topic of test-driven development; some find it useful; some don’t see any value in it. You also have different flavours like Detroit being inside-out, or London going from the outside-in. And then you have people saying TDD is about testing or is it a design tool? In this session, we will talk with Dave Farley about all these topics, and especially how to use TDD as a design tool. Dave Farley is well known in the software community, especially being the co-author of the continuous delivery book. He is also a firm believer that Test-driven development is one of the core principles to do proper continuous delivery.

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  5. Robbie Gennet: Inspiration Through Tragedy - A Songwriter’s Perspective

    In this episode, I’m talking to Robbie Gennet (singer/songwriter/musician/journalist/teacher/artist) about finding inspiration in tragedy. From losing his home in the California fires to COVID-19 changing the music industry again, he’s had to adapt. Bu

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