Topic: Software Development
Joel and Jeff discuss the Stack Overflow Careers philosophy, online community growth patterns, and how to tell if you're Sid Meier or not.
Dr. Moira Gunn speaks with New Yorker Magazine columnist, Ken Auletta about his views on technology and pop culture in his book, Googled:The End of the World as We Know It.
Joel and Jeff sit down with sysadmin extraordinaire Tom Limoncelli of Everything Sysadmin to discuss IPV6, dumb things for System Administrators to check, and the sysadmin community as reflected in Server Fault.
In this conversation with Martin Hepp, host Jon Udell explores GoodRelations, the e-commerce ontology that was also discussed in an earlier interview with Kingsley Idehen. When annotated using GoodRelations, pages describing products and services can be found and compared far more effectively than is possible on today's web.
Joel and Jeff sit down with Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates backstage at the Business of Software 2009 conference.
Gavin Bell's new book, Building Social Web Applications, synthesizes a wealth of practical knowledge gleaned from his own long career as a web developer and from interviews with fellow practitioners. In this conversation he reviews the key principles and patterns that define what we today call the social web but will soon simply refer to as the web.
In this Where 2.0 talk Ted Morgan, co-founder of Skyhook Wireless, has three things to say about the explosion of location based applications: the breadth of apps now available is excitingly diverse (and he has examples to prove it), fascinating usage patterns are emerging (and he has the data and analysis to demonstrate it), and web developers interested in adding location into their websites should know about Skyhook's new service Loki.
Joel and Jeff discuss the meaning of "professionalism" online, the divide between ad-subsidized and pay business models, and the five things everyone should hate about their favorite programming language.
Ben and Dion join Scott and Phil to discuss their move from Mozilla to Palm. They review how Palm uses web technologies to build Palm Pre apps. They also assess developer programs and talk about Palm's to present examples of good ones.