Coder Radio

A weekly talk show

About the show

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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Episodes

  • 510: Edge of Disaster

    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.

  • 509: The Great Cloud Exodus

    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?

  • 508: Hybrid Hangover

    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.

  • 507: Tough Little Liver

    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.

  • 506: Hay Tay

    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.

  • 505: Panic at the GPTdisco

    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.

  • 504: Gateway Timeout Error

    February 8th, 2023  |  55 mins 2 secs
    .net, android, app store model, bard, binggpt, blink, chatgpt, coder radio, department of commerce’s national telecommunications and information administration, development podcast, flutter, flutter desktop, gatekeepers, google, google browser prototype, hybrid mobile, ie doj antitrust, maui, microsoft, mobile app ecosystem report, ntia, sticker, the coder robe, tumbler

    We get spicy about the state of hybrid app development and then dig into the App store gatekeeper busting by the White House.

  • 503: Ruby in the WebAssembly

    February 1st, 2023  |  45 mins 58 secs
    25bps hike, aggregating data in rust, better error messages, coder radio, david thinks openai scam, development podcast, finding a way to be creative, new data class, official dockerfile, openai lawsuit, pop immutable base, rails 7.1, robes, ruby 3.2, soft landin, system76, the blocksize war, ui in typescript, web assembly support, yjit

    The shiny userbase flocking to WebAssembly, our thoughts on the "openAI scam", and why they just keep cramming stuff into Docker containers.

  • 502: Too Big to Care

    January 25th, 2023  |  1 hr 2 mins
    amazon, apple, bad planning, birthday wishes, coder radio, decentralised backend, development podcast, economy, elon musk, eu commissioner, eu goes after elon, fountain charts, ftc, google, head adjustment, headspace adjustment, layoffs, layoffs hit home, life lesson, live life not work, metrics, microsoft, nostr, old vs new homepod, opentelemetry, python, retail channels, tech layoff playbook, tracing, world without big tech

    How the world without "big tech" might look like, the EU promises to go after Elon and a much-needed head adjustment.

  • 501: The AWS of AI

    January 18th, 2023  |  53 mins 6 secs
    96gb of ram, apple, aws, azure, chatgpt, coder radio, copyright lawsuit, development podcast, duolingo, elon musk, investment, m2 max, m2 pro, microsoft, new mac mini, nostr, openai, rust, swift, third-party apps, tim cook paycut, twitter api

    Microsoft gives Google an OpenAI gut punch, why Apple's new hardware fails to impress, and our reaction to the undignified death of Twitter's third-party client API.

  • 500: Internal Server Error

    January 11th, 2023  |  43 mins 47 secs
    000 workers, airpods, amazong lays of 18, apple, apple tv, apple watch, coder 500, coder radio, coder robe, dell, development podcast, displayport, ethernet, gamer radio, hdmi, homepod, ipad, llvm, m2 ultra, mac pro, mac studio, mixed reality headset, reality pro headset, samsung, thunderbolt, usb-a, wasm, webassembly, wwdc

    After sacrificing our pound of flesh for episode 500, we get into some spicy Big Tech dynamics and the performance mess of WebAssembly runtimes.

  • 499: The Copy Paste Wars

    January 4th, 2023  |  1 hr 50 secs
    apple silicon transition, bad iphone sales, bad year for apple, c++, c++ 23, coder radio, copilot legal trouble, developer survey, development podcast, github, intel, m2, mac pro, microsoft, python, qa role, rust, stack overflow

    We share our spicy C++ take, major Apple frustrations, and 2023 spoilers.

  • 498: The Birds and the Elephants

    December 28th, 2022  |  47 mins 41 secs
    coder radio, cosmic, development podcast, google maps, iced, iphone supply chain break down, linux foundation, meta, microsoft, overture maps, peter zeihan, rust, system76, tomtom

    Our take on why several tech companies just teamed up to take on Google Maps, and then we react to the global analyst who says we won't have any new iPhones until 2028. We don't talk about Elon; if we did, it would be chaptered. But we definitely did not.

  • Gamer Radio 0: Gaming with Perspective - Test Show

    December 23rd, 2022  |  36 mins 31 secs
    classic games, dark castle, family gaming, flesh and blood, gameboy, gamer radio, gaming culture, genisis, magic the gathering, marvel midnight sun, nintendo, pokemon, saga

    Mike and Chris spend a little time chatting about one of their loves in life, great games. It's a test pilot episode for a possible new show, and we'd like your feedback. Consider it a holiday treat for the Coder fans out there.

  • 497: Shots Across the Pond

    December 21st, 2022  |  51 mins 45 secs
    activision blizzard, apple, azure, chatgpt, coder radio, development podcast, end-to-end encryption, ftc, ftc sues to block microsoft, gpt-3, icloud, lina khan

    Mike's skeptical of the rumors Apple is preparing to allow third-party app stores, and in a total flip of roles, Chris comes to the defense of Microsoft.

  • 496: Sweeney's Final Swing

    December 14th, 2022  |  1 hr 4 mins
    .net, apple store, coder radio, dart 3, development podcast, edit tweets, elon musk, epic games, null safety, open app markets act, rust, s.2710, scrum, tim sweeney, twitter blue

    We debate a few more drunk or 4D chess moves, the mad lad taking on Apple, and why Dart 3 has people talking. Plus, what a recent criticism of Scrum got wrong.