Mon, 20 August 2012
Rebooting this podcast starting THIS WEEK! I hope to have one developer news every other week, starting today.
This summer has been anything but a vacation, with our training exploding and me spending lots of time in the classroom. I've also penned two updates to Spring Roo in Action, so I've been pretty busy. But I realized we haven't been updating the DevNews, so let's get back to it, shall we?
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Thu, 5 July 2012
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Fri, 27 April 2012
Rich Freedman lent some time to talk to Ken Rimple tonight over skype and re-launch the Developer News series, which has been on hiatus since February. Here are some of the topics they discussed:
The developer productivity tools they mentioned were:
Mon, 30 January 2012
In this fine episode, we cover:
Thanks for listening.
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Ken, Gordon and Steve
Mon, 16 January 2012
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Big thanks and congratulations to my co-host Jason Grittman, who is moving to California - this is his last show (as a regular!). Thanks Jason for all of your help! We'll hope to have you back soon from your new roost in Silicon Valley!
Well, it's a sad day in Chariot DevNews land. We have to say goodbye to Jason Grittman, who is leaving for a new gig on the west coast.
Thu, 15 December 2011
Ken & Jason
Direct download: Chariot-DevNews-Episode-40-Many-Spring-Announcements.mp3
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Wed, 19 October 2011
Welcome to Episode 39! This week we discussed:
Sat, 10 September 2011
This week we catch up with all of the world's news in what normally is a quiet August. Then we discuss some new releases in the Firefox world, the new Java Lambda decision, Java 7 features, and a warning about Java 7 and Lucene.
Hosts: Jason Gtitman and Ken Rimple
Tue, 19 July 2011
DevNews #37 - Heroku adds Clojure AND Mats, we talk LMAX, Grails 1.4 is now 2.0, design patterns in JS
Joining Ken Rimple this week are Jamie Allen (@jamie_allen) and Jason Gritman. Topics discussed:
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Tue, 14 June 2011
DevNews #36 - Kevin Griffin on iOS5, Java 7 RI is the Open JDK, Unity for Ubuntu, Listener Feedback, more
What a couple of weeks!
The Philly Emerging Tech 2011 Conference really knocked me for a loop. What a great show, and so much to process from it too. We'll have content coming in very soon, including screencasts of close to a dozen sessions. Look for announcements here and on our blog soon.
The news this week
So, we're joined this week by @kgriffin - no, not Kathy Griffin, Kevin Griffin (one's British, the other is on the B-List...) Kevin talks to us about iOS 5, what we know, what we can say without getting in big trouble. We also talk about some other things such as the HTML5 web workers API.
Then, I run through some articles, including Ubuntu's shiny new upcoming Unity desktop, the move by Oracle to open source Java even more by handing out Open JDK 7 as the new JDK RI (I know, right?), the VMWare vFabric internal cloud offering (Chariot is a SpringSource/VMware partner but we're including it because we talked about the Cloud Foundry offering, and this is a contrasting offering). We take Ben Darfler's (@bdarfler) audio feedback on the inaccuracies of our recent reporting about Jenkins and Hudson. Thanks to Ben for that feedback note!