November 22nd, 2023 | 48 mins 27 secs
acquisition, ai development pace, ai research team, alderon games, alex heath, angry horses, apple, azure, bin laden letter, bindu reddy, bloomberg, board, brad lightcap, cautious views, ceo, ceo title, chip venture, chris bakke, condolences, coup, developers, dumbest ai hype, egon, elon musk, emmett shear, existential risks, feedback, firing, google ai, gpus, greg brockman, hedgedoc, investors, memo, microsoft, microsoft hires, microsoft's investment, olympia mike, openai, openai staff, panic, podcast, power, protest, resignation, risk, sam altman, satya nadella, startups, tailscale, tensor processing units, tigris, tiktok ads, tpus, twitch, twitter advertising
OpenAI's weekend coup, plus our thoughts on Microsoft's gambit and their looming risk.
November 1st, 2023 | 39 mins 40 secs
ai, android 14, arm, chatcontrol, coder radio, developers, development podcast, engineers, european parliament, jetson, microsoft, nasa, nvidia, online safety bill, simulatated hardware, storage problems
We've all made mistakes and tried to play dumb, but this week history is being made.
October 11th, 2023 | 56 mins 59 secs
ai, ai profitability, ai services, ai shaming, bialetti moka express, chemex, coffee, coffee maker, compiler macros, copilot, cross-platform testing, developers, disney's loki, domain nightmare, gaggia classic, github, greg price, hybrid workers, iced coffee, kuregs, microsoft, poetry, pour over coffee, press coverage, profitability, sam altman, sam altman's sister, secret invasion, windows
Mike checks in from the grind and shares some challenges in recent cross-platform testing; then, we get into the avalanche of negative AI press coverage this week and the one massive story they're not touching.
September 6th, 2023 | 50 mins 58 secs
apple, australia east cloud region, automation failures, azure, blackstone, bloomberg, c#, c++, chillers, cisa, coder radio, cooling units, crypto payments, currency transmission license, data halls, datacenter, developer lab attendance, developer labs, developers, development podcast, diagnostic tools, diesel mechanic, electrical storm, elon musk, emergency procedures, excel, google business, healthchecks.io, hiring feature, infosec vulnerability management program, kraftnix, leader in developing software, linkedin competitor, low voltage, marine electrician, mark gurman, microsoft, mikrotik, monetization path, neovim, nix journey, open source community, outage, power sag, pythonistas, raytheon, scott, senior frontend developer, small devs, staff, storage infrastructure, susan prescott, sydney, temperature damage, thermal loads, twitter payments, vision pro sdk, vscode extensions, x
Azure suffers a big outage, and Microsoft blames faulty automation; why we think there might be early signs of weak demand for Apple's Vision Pro and more.
August 23rd, 2023 | 54 mins 58 secs
ai-first code editor, alpaca, appcode, azure kinect, berlin with brent, c++ editors, chatgpt cheat sheet, clion, coder radio, cursor, developers, development podcast, features, fitness, ford patent, gpt-4, healthcare, ios, itof depth technology, llama.cpp, logistics, macos, manufacturing, meetup, metagpt, microsoft, orbbec, precision depth camera, programming knowledge, retail, robotics, sdk, serge, software development, spokane linux love, twitter hype, unreal, usability, vs code extension, web interface, xcode
Mike hits the limits of ChatGPT's knowledge, a chat about editors and what we'd do for a living if it had to be outside of tech.
June 14th, 2023 | 57 mins 33 secs
api changes, apollo, app store rating, apple, apple vision headset, apple's game porting toolkit, ar, bottles, ceo ama, cheaper version, coder radio, crossover, debug env, developers, development podcast, gaming revenue, graphics card support, hardware, iphone x, lack of egpu support, mac pro, microsoft, moderators, negative reviews, pc gaming revenue, players, protest, reddit, reddit users, revolt, sonma, subreddits going dark, swiftui, third-party apps, upgrade, ventrua, whisky, wine deps, wine wrapper, x86 brew, x86 terminal, x86 wine, xbox, xcode cli tools
We chew on the ridiculous situation Reddit has created for itself and the weak position of app developers.
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.
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 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.
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.