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A weekly talk show taking a pragmatic look at the art and business of Software Development and the world of technology.

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    • 4.7 • 131 Ratings

A weekly talk show taking a pragmatic look at the art and business of Software Development and the world of technology.

    409: Conflict

    409: Conflict

    We visit an alternate reality where Epic wins in their fight against Apple, COBOL reigns supreme, and the halls of great Jedi Temple are lined with Object-C developers.
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    Objective-C slides down the popularity rankings — Objective-C, the general-purpose programming language that was used for OS X and iOS development in the earlier days of Apple, enjoyed high spots in the TIOBE index until 2014, and was listed for language of the year award in 2011 and 2012index | TIOBE Apple Admits Why It Keeps iMessage Off Android — There’s an entire section in the filing about iMessage and how Apple uses it to keep users in their system. Epic v. Apple discovery details ‘Project Liberty’ scheme — According to Apple, Epic Games has hired PR firms in 2019 to work on a media strategy called “Project Liberty” aimed at portraying Apple “as the bad guy.”IBM COBOL for Linux on x86 1.1 — COBOL for Linux on x86 1.1 is the latest addition to the IBM COBOL compiler family, which includes Enterprise COBOL for z/OS and COBOL for AIX.Kitchen Table Talks: Why COBOL is Affecting the COVID-19 Response - YouTubeUTM App — Run virtual machines on iOSInstall Ubuntu ARM64 on Apple M1

    • 52 min
    408: Request Timeout

    408: Request Timeout

    After a decade long fight, no one feels like a winner.


    Plus, the tail of an embarrassing switch gone wrong, and our thoughts on Oracle vs. Google finally coming to an end.
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    Supreme Court rules for Google in Oracle copyright fight over Android — Oracle had claimed to be owed as much as $9 billion, while Google claimed that its use of the code was covered under the doctrine of fair use.FOSS Patents: Supreme Court deems Google's use of Java APIs in Android fair use, thus no infringement--doesn't reach API copyrightabilityWWDC21 - Apple Developer — The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference is coming to a screen near you, June 7 to 11. Join the worldwide developer community for an all-online program with exciting announcements, sessions, and labs at no cost. Introducing Libadwaita — Such a library would define the visual language of GNOME by offering the stylesheet and the patterns in a single package.

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    407: Halls of Glowing Apples

    407: Halls of Glowing Apples

    Ruby has gone off the rails this week, and Wes is here to explain what’s happened.


    Plus emails into the show send Chris into a full Linux panic.
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    Sacrificing acts of heroism, big and small - YouTubeRuby off the Rails — On Wednesday, Bastien Nocera, the maintainer of a software library called shared-mime-info, informed Daniel Mendler, maintainer of a Ruby library called mimemagic, which incorporates Nocera's code, that he was shipping mimemagic under an incompatible software license.

    Announcing the Deno Company — Deno is our attempt to breathe new life into this ecosystem.Deno DeployChip shortage could benefit Apple with better component pricing — The global chip shortage will become a problem for devices like iPhones and Macs requiring chips for storage, but Wedbush believes it could be beneficial to Apple and its suppliers by improving the pricing of components.

    • 55 min
    406: Functional Sadism

    406: Functional Sadism

    Some sage developer wisdom is overshadowed by Mike's mad stonk game, while Chris worries Apple's secret M1 tricks charming Linux users.
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    Caesar Sengupta leaving Google after 15-year career — The initiative has been led by Caesar Sengupta who announced today that he’s leaving Google after nearly 15 years.The man behind Google's 'Next Billion Users' is leavingCaesar Sengupta on Twitter — After ~15 wonderful yrs @Google, I’m stepping into the outside world on a new journey. I leave, heart full of gratitude, joy and many deep friendships. 🙏🙏🙏 @sundarpichai and many many Google friends.Apple's Longtime App Store Developer Relations Lead Retires — Okamoto was responsible for overseeing the ‌App Store‌ review process and policies, distributing tools to allow developers to build and sell apps, developer support, developer communications, developer awards, and he also handled the annual Worldwide Developers Conference.Apple 'Surprised' By Developer FrustrationApple Developing New 'HomePod' Models With Screens and Cameras — Bloomberg's Mark Gurman briefly mentioned that Apple has "been developing new speakers with screens and cameras."HomePod Mini Features Dormant Temperature and Humidity Sensor — Apple's HomePod mini includes a dormant hidden sensor that can measure temperature and humidity, potentially providing the means to power upcoming features that could arrive in a future software update, according to Bloomberg.Apple Adds FaceTime Framework to Apple TV/HomePod — Ahead of these rumors, MacRumors contributor Steve Moser was combing through the tvOS 14.5 beta code and found that Apple has added FaceTime and iMessage frameworks, along with a new AVFCapture framework related to capturing images.Google’s new Nest Hub tells you how well you slept — The latest Nest Hub leverages Soli technology to measure your sleep patternsGitLab 13.10 released — 13.10 offers administrative enhancements to help scale DevOps in your org, Geo package integrity verification to improve Disaster Recovery, vulnerability management automation to apply efficiency and consistency to security processes, and—as always—a ton of fantastic contributions from the wider community. Adobe details the transition of its apps to Apple Silicon — We compared an M1 MacBook to a previous-generation MacBook similarly configured, and found that under native mode, Photoshop was running 50% faster than the older hardware.

    • 54 min
    405: Method Not Allowed

    405: Method Not Allowed

    Mike goes straight for the attack and hits Chris where it hurts, then it's problem-solving time.
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    Common Lisp — Common Lisp Editing Extension for vscodeUSB Video Capture Card — The video capture cards is up to 4K@60Hz High Definition Input, output max resolution 1920×1080@60Hz. Adium —
    Adium is a free instant messaging application for macOS that can connect to XMPP (Jabber), IRC and more. Farewell HomePod, Apple's most misunderstood product — There was a huge chasm between what it really was, and what most people thought it was – and Apple’s marketing didn’t help …Mike's CrowdSourced Trolling of ChrisEmployees Actually Work Less Than 3 Hours a Day — New research from the UK’s largest money saving brand has revealed that the average UK office worker is only productive for 2 hours and 53 minutes out of the working day.

    • 46 min
    404: Not Found

    404: Not Found

    Mike reveals his secret project to Chris, who has several probing questions.
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    Michael Dominick on Twitter — Mesa announcing something new tonight and someone we all know and love who has great hair is going disapprove of the architecture! CoderBytes — New super secret project landing page.Open Bug Bounty — Free Bug Bounty Program and Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure.Michael Dominick on Twitter — I’m submitting a talk entitled “OpenSUSE Evangelism and The @ChrisLAS Challenge” 😈ReSharper — The Visual Studio Extension for .NET DevelopersdotUltimate — All .NET tools, ReSharper C++,
    and JetBrains Rider, together in one pack Michael Dominick on Twitter — Damn.... working in #CSharp is just a pleasure.... #Tempation. Does anyone know a lot about how @dotnet #Linux binaries compare in comparison to #cpp ones? I am reconsidering some of my choices here....The iMac Pro has been discontinued — Apple confirms the meaning behind "while supplies last" note in online store.Apple discontinues the iMac Pro — More notably, the iMac Pro is a product from a different time, and represents a path Apple ultimately chose not to take with the Mac. When Apple announced in April 2017 it would make a new Mac Pro and was recommitting to its core pro customers, the iMac Pro was about to be announced. When it shipped that December, it felt very much like an interim step, a computer that was built as the replacement for the Mac Pro, only to have the Mac Pro survive after all. MWC Barcelona Conference Planning for 50,000 In-Person — As reported by Bloomberg, GSMA, the organizer of MWC Barcelona, says that it plans to hold the conference in-person between June 28 and July 1, with expectations of up to 50,000 attendees.

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Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
131 Ratings

131 Ratings

Gigatexal ,

They’re back!!!!

Christ and Mike are back!!! I’m so happy!!!

Braunne ,

This Chris guy

This Chris guy never talks about anything useful. He just visits with his hosts. Currently, whenever I see anything by jupiter broadcasting, I steer away.

mail4asim ,

Too much Chris.

Chris talks too much about his stuff and not about actual development / coding. For example on the hacktoberfest episode, Chris talks for 10 mins before the first mention of the main topic.
I’m starting to see this tendency in all the shows he’s on. I found a much better coding podcast called CodeNewbie. And there are a few more that actually do talk about actual coding issues.
The hour long podcasts are too much. All the info can be delivered in less than 30 mins if you take out Chris being a Chatty Cathy.

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