May 31st, 2023 | 1 hr 11 mins
accountability, ai takeover, cloud-powered workstations, coder radio, dev box, developers, development podcast, disruptive innovations, early-stage capital, experimentation, failure, growth, innovation, jeanheyd meneide, market dominance, market share, mechanical keyboards, microsoft, microsoft build, profitability, revenue streams, risk-taking, rust, rust community, scalability, tech startups, vc funding, windows 365 boot
We chew on the best bits from this year's Microsoft Build and the bright red flag coming from the Rust community.
May 24th, 2023 | 44 mins 53 secs
ai control, ai debate, ai developer license, ai oversight, ai regulation, ai regulations, ai regulatory hearing, ai risks, amazon, api, apple trademark activity, apple's ar platform, ar camera system, ar content, ar experiences, ar gaming, ar/vr headset, artificial intelligence, coder radio, computer operating systems, deadly ai, design, development podcast, devone, education, existential risks, for-profit company, fosters, gaming, hate for azure, hp instant ink, immersive ar applications, james bond, mac vs linux, microsoft partnership, moat, non-profit organization, nutrition labels, open source ai development, openai, openai ceo, policy makers, press coverage, pricing, reality pro, reality pro launch, realityo systems llc, realityproos, realos, regulation, report, responsible ai development, retail, sam altman, scorecards, senate hearing, serverless, social media, subscription, tech companies, testimony, unable to print, us government, value4value, world government regulatory body, wwdc
OpenAI's CEO Sam Altman has gone straight for the open-source kill move.
May 17th, 2023 | 1 hr 33 secs
ad revenue, ai battles, apple, brian roemmele, ceo, chat-gpt, chatgpt, cloud service, coder radio, development podcast, ecosystem, elon musk, generative ai, gmail, google assistant, google i/o, google photos, iphone, kennedy interview, linode, llms, m2 macs, m3 chips, new twitter ceo, nvidia, open source, openai, product, production capacity, scientific process, silicon neural engine, sundar pichai, toyota, transform twitter, tsmc, twitter, vehicle data leak
We laugh at Google's scramble, check in on the Twitter collapse, and how one developer's little mistake screwed millions.
May 10th, 2023 | 47 mins 18 secs
2024 election, accurate journalism, ai advancement, ai and social media, ai code assistants, ai doomerism, amazon, architecture redesign, bamboozled, censorship, codeium, coder radio, community reactions, cost reduction, delay, development podcast, dmca takedown, driver patches, empirical evidence, fake news, google ai team, homebrew projects, intel, ipad, kelsey hightower, linode, linux, lockpick, m3 mac, media market, meteor lake, microservices, monolith, next year, nintendo, prime video, rust, self-regulation, serverless, skyline emulator, stack overflow developer survey, tailscale, tsmc, yield issues
A scathing takedown of Serverless... By Amazon? We react to this strange revelation and more.
May 3rd, 2023 | 1 hr 6 secs
ad revenue, alphabet, amazon, bing, chatgpt, cloud adoption, coder radio, dangers of ai, development podcast, digital ads, fraudulent applications, geoffrey hinton, google, google leaked file, h1-b visa, layoffs, llama, llms, meta, neural networks, openai, responsible approach to ai, sernau, uscis, visa requests, we have no moat
Why open source might be the real AI winner long-term, and Mike gets the ultimate "I told you so."
April 26th, 2023 | 56 mins 4 secs
adapters, antitrust lawsuit, app store, apple, apple vr headset, aws, aws codebuild, aws lambda, boosts, california governor, cloud exodus, cloud-native, codeium, coder radio, compute, cost, customers, database lock-in, development podcast, dynamo database, efficiency, elon's alt account, engineers, epic games, fitness, funding goals, github copilot, github issues, gpl, lambda functions, layoffs, lift and shift migration, media organization, microsoft, olympia meetup, operational perspective, orm tools, patterns, python 3.10, scaling, serverless, storage, tech industry layoffs, techsnap, ubuntu, vc degens, vendor lock-in, vscode
We have a laugh at Elon's alt account, why the knives are out for GitHub Co-pilot, and our thoughts on Apple's "major victory" this week.
April 19th, 2023 | 51 mins 24 secs
ai code generator, amazon codewhisperer, app sideloading, auto-gpt, aws cloud9, chaos-gpt, coder radio, digital markets act, elon musk, espanso, european union, github copilot, gpu processors, intellij idea, linode, olympiameetup, open ai, podcast index, pycharm, tailscale, text expander, vr/ar, vs code, webstorm, wwdc ios 17, x.ai
Elon launches another AI company, leaks suggest Apple might enable sideloading, and why we should let Chaos-GPT run free.
April 12th, 2023 | 54 mins 54 secs
act, apple, apple store burglars, at&t, coder radio, developers, development podcast, doctorgpt, intel, mac shipments, microsoft, open app markets act, recession, software failures, tsmc, verisign, verizon, vscode
Forces beyond Apple's control just reined in their rise, and we ponder the coming sunset.
April 5th, 2023 | 59 mins 42 secs
ai panic, apple, co-pilots, code transparency, coder radio, developers, development podcast, keynote, musk, recommendation algorithm, restrict act, tiktok, wwdc lottery
Our thoughts on the recent AI hysteria and why it betrays the massive egos involved, our issues with the RESTRICT Act, and we do some Monday morning code review.
March 29th, 2023 | 57 mins 1 sec
chatgpt-3, chatgpt-4 challenge, chatgpt4, co-pilot x, coder radio, development podcast, github co-pilot, ip concerns, nextcloud ethical ai, python, radiogpt
Mike's spent 90+ days with GitHub Co-Pilot, and shares the surprising conclusion.
March 22nd, 2023 | 49 mins 25 secs
.net, ai, amazon, andy jassy, bank failure, bing, ceo, chatbot, co-creator of unix, coder radio, delphi, development podcast, edge, in-person, ios, ken thompson, ken thompson switches to linux, layoffs, linux, macos, mark zuckerberg, meta, microsoft, objective-c, perform, remote work, remotely, svb
Microsoft's moonshot is turning into a crapshoot.
March 15th, 2023 | 43 mins 22 secs
anti-luddite, bug bounties, cloud exit, coder radio, data security, development podcast, kubernetes, linuxfest northwest 2023, on premises, restrict act, rust, sdks, senate tiktok bill, shou zi chew, social media, suse, tailscale, tiktok ban, user data, white house
We're told companies are abandoning the cloud to save money. But is the trend our friend?
March 14th, 2023 | 50 mins 53 secs
autonomous driving, bailout, bank term funding program, coder radio, collapse, development podcast, emergency measures, financial regulators, firesale, interest rate risk, ios, mass layoffs, objective-c, python, recession, rust, silicon valley bank, us, venture funding, woke policies
Our spicy take on the Silicon Valley Bank bailout, how it will impact everyday developers, and how badly this screws over small businesses.
March 4th, 2023 | 58 mins 18 secs
amazon hq2, code camps, coder radio, development podcast, ford patent, lockout condition, macbook m2, objective-c, path of titans, python, systems and methods to repossess a vehicle
Mike's got a new rig, and Ford wants to recall yours automatically! Plus, we get a bit spicy about money.
February 22nd, 2023 | 41 mins 59 secs
2fa, andor, bing chatbot, bingbot gets angry, core-js, generative ai, npm, open source funding, openai, star wars, tips to getting the right tools, twitter sms, zloirock
It's been one week, and Microsoft's new bot's already gone full Tay.
February 15th, 2023 | 54 mins 3 secs
alphabet shares, bard, binance stablecoin. .net, chatgpt, coder radio, development podcast, electron, flutter, go telemetry, memegen, russ cox, sec, staking, sundar pichai, tauri, web3 crackdown
The pitchforks are out for Google's CEO, and hoopla is leaking! Plus, our thoughts on baking telemetry into Go, the big Web3 crackdown, and more.