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Keith Irwin, Christoph Neumann

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A conversational podcast questioning everything there is to question about software development.

Latest Episodes

Episode 17: Dialectical Trampolines

In the shadow world, you've got to keep the home fires burning.

72 MIN2014 NOV 22
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Episode 17: Dialectical Trampolines

Episode 16: Shadow Wars

In the shadow world, you've got to keep the home fires burning.

55 MIN2014 NOV 8
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Episode 16: Shadow Wars

Episode 15: Flexibility

A blank page precludes nothing.

68 MIN2014 APR 1
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Episode 15: Flexibility

Episode 14: Set My Language Free!

Un-premeditated tools.

74 MIN2013 NOV 15
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Episode 14: Set My Language Free!

Episode 13: All Aboard

Joining a team.

102 MIN2013 NOV 1
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Episode 13: All Aboard

Episode 12: Agile Design

What if we made design a part of the Agile Software Process? In This Episode: Emu Ranchers Agile Software Development Waterfall Model Design is how it works Download MP3

77 MIN2013 OCT 15
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Episode 12: Agile Design

Episode 11: Functional Reactive Programming

What’s the deal with FRP? Christoph gives us the skinny on Functional Reactive Programming. In This Episode: The Observer Pattern Deprecating the Observer Pattern Functional Reactive Programming Conal Elliott The Spreadsheet Metaphor bacon.js Publish Subscribe Pattern Download MP3

94 MIN2013 OCT 1
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Episode 11: Functional Reactive Programming

Episode 10: Javascriptocalypse

What if you wanted to write a fancy in-browser app but were less than enthusiastic about the Javascript ecosystem?

72 MIN2013 AUG 1
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Episode 10: Javascriptocalypse

Episode 9: Internalizing Open Source

What if you ran your internal, closed-source, proprietary, mega-corporate projects like open source projects?

82 MIN2013 JUL 15
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Episode 9: Internalizing Open Source

Episode 8: Clean Room Development

What if you had to rewrite your software after every release?

68 MIN2013 JUL 1
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Episode 8: Clean Room Development

Latest Episodes

Episode 17: Dialectical Trampolines

In the shadow world, you've got to keep the home fires burning.

72 MIN2014 NOV 22
Comments
Episode 17: Dialectical Trampolines

Episode 16: Shadow Wars

In the shadow world, you've got to keep the home fires burning.

55 MIN2014 NOV 8
Comments
Episode 16: Shadow Wars

Episode 15: Flexibility

A blank page precludes nothing.

68 MIN2014 APR 1
Comments
Episode 15: Flexibility

Episode 14: Set My Language Free!

Un-premeditated tools.

74 MIN2013 NOV 15
Comments
Episode 14: Set My Language Free!

Episode 13: All Aboard

Joining a team.

102 MIN2013 NOV 1
Comments
Episode 13: All Aboard

Episode 12: Agile Design

What if we made design a part of the Agile Software Process? In This Episode: Emu Ranchers Agile Software Development Waterfall Model Design is how it works Download MP3

77 MIN2013 OCT 15
Comments
Episode 12: Agile Design

Episode 11: Functional Reactive Programming

What’s the deal with FRP? Christoph gives us the skinny on Functional Reactive Programming. In This Episode: The Observer Pattern Deprecating the Observer Pattern Functional Reactive Programming Conal Elliott The Spreadsheet Metaphor bacon.js Publish Subscribe Pattern Download MP3

94 MIN2013 OCT 1
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Episode 11: Functional Reactive Programming

Episode 10: Javascriptocalypse

What if you wanted to write a fancy in-browser app but were less than enthusiastic about the Javascript ecosystem?

72 MIN2013 AUG 1
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Episode 10: Javascriptocalypse

Episode 9: Internalizing Open Source

What if you ran your internal, closed-source, proprietary, mega-corporate projects like open source projects?

82 MIN2013 JUL 15
Comments
Episode 9: Internalizing Open Source

Episode 8: Clean Room Development

What if you had to rewrite your software after every release?

68 MIN2013 JUL 1
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Episode 8: Clean Room Development