Wow, it's been a while! Well we're back with a brand new cast. Our castmate Guillermo Castro (aka JavaGeek) is heading off to Google I/O 2013. There is at least one easter egg on that site, if you click on the I and the 0 in the sequence: IOOOIOOO you'll get to a new page that lets you play with a cool synthesizer (as depicted in the image to your right). Neat!
We'll also talk a bit about "Google Glass", specifically about some of the concerns relating to the data that could be collected when using the glasses.
Hi! It's been a while. Well to make up for it, we have a great interview with Jeff Atwood! Jeff's contribution to the internet has left quite the footprint. Not only is he the prolific blogger behind the site Coding Horror but also co-founder and creator of StackOverflow and the Stack Exchange suite of Q&A sites.
I mean really, what developer *anywhere* around the world hasn't heard of or hasn't used StackExchange? It's an amazingly well thought out site, the reason it works so well is not by accident, it was painstakingly planned right down to the very last pixel. For insight on how StackOver flow came to be, I highly recommend checking out the StackOverflow/Exchange podcasts.
Interesting infographic of the how Microsoft has stagnated since Ballmer's reign began. You have to wonder why though, Gates was totally late out of the gate (pun intended) on company vision concerning the Internet, and Balmer had the success of the XBox during his... I don't think it's fair to blame it all on Ballmer, but the infographic does make some good points...
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