A weekly talk show taking a pragmatic look at the art and business of Software Development and related technologies.
July 21st, 2014 | 44 mins 28 secs
Chris makes the case for splitting Microsoft up into a consumer and services split, and why that would be the best possible outcome for developers.
Plus some great feedback, more on selling free software and more!
July 14th, 2014 | 49 mins 22 secs
Have Interface designers led us down a false path? Mike discusses the shortcomings of some of our favorite tools, who is on the right track, and what the real solution seems to be.
Plus some great feedback and Chris begins a new kind of challenge.
July 7th, 2014 | 41 mins 11 secs
Mike reflects on his transition from dedicated developer to business management, what makes a business “big” vs “lean” and what the guys feel is a good fit for their goals.
Plus when to cut yourself off from a pet coding project and more!
June 30th, 2014 | 43 mins 9 secs
Mike and Chris cover some great follow up on new hotness burnout. Then we discuss what impressed us and what tempers our excitement from Google I/O 2014.
Plus why AndroidOne could be the Android of the future and a quick chat about Rust.
June 23rd, 2014 | 52 mins 20 secs
Mike ponders if we can trust ourselves to walk the line between comfort, laziness and experience?
Plus you great feedback, a few more I/O thoughts and a framework you can take home to mom.
June 16th, 2014 | 49 mins 46 secs
Our top 10 hopes from Google I/O 2014. Is this the year Google pushes developers on design, will Google+ take a backseat?
Plus: The challenges facing openGL, why the Nexus program will die, coping with information overload & getting your confidence back.
June 9th, 2014 | 49 mins 18 secs
Mike shares his experience moving from GitHub to a self hosted GitLab installation and the benefits his team realized after making the move.
Plus we’ll take a look at the new Docker announcements, your feedback and some surprise followup!
June 2nd, 2014 | 27 mins
Mike and Chris share their raw reactions from Apple’s WWDC Keynote, including Mike’s big concerns about Swift.
May 26th, 2014 | 1 hr 5 mins
Mike and Chris run down their predictions and hopes areas Apple might improve iOS, Mac hardware, and general ecosystem development during next week’s big keynote.
Plus our thoughts on the state of Qt, re-thinking Linux’s market share, and more!
May 19th, 2014 | 57 mins 29 secs
Mike and Chris discuss how, even when a laptop seems like the obvious choice, sometimes a desktop may be a better fit. Then, will the fate of Microsoft be slowly and embarrassingly slipping into irrelevance?
And of course your feedback and much more!
May 12th, 2014 | 38 mins 40 secs
It’s a day filled with war stories, we start off by sharing how things have blown up in our laps this morning, and cover your excellent feedback.
Then - Chris shares his new gadget purchase, and how it’s making him re-think some of his firm opinions.
May 5th, 2014 | 1 hr 41 secs
Mike and Chris celebrate 100 weeks of Coder Radio by reading some great feedback, discussing new hardware choices, and why the future of desktop Linux is a little worrying.
April 28th, 2014 | 1 hr 6 mins
We double down on your follow up. Working remotely, scratching your itch while at your current job, why we missed Heartbleed, and the video that will make you never again complain about how hard something is.
April 21st, 2014 | 1 hr 7 mins
Chris and Mike face the limitations of remote workers, and the challenges they’ve experienced. We take your live calls, and discuss the projects you're working on.
Why you should write code every day, the hard numbers about mobile games, and more!
April 14th, 2014 | 59 mins 5 secs
The Heartbleed bug has ignited a new round of open source doubters, but are the renewed concerns about the open source development model unfounded? And what can be done to avoid catastrophes like this in the future? We discuss.
April 7th, 2014 | 59 mins 8 secs
Microsoft shocks the developer community by open sourcing some of their crown .Net jewels. Mike and Chris discuss the ramifications for Java, and the overall strategy Microsoft could be shifting too.