Coder Radio

A weekly talk show taking a pragmatic look at the art and business of Software Development and the world of technology.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 54m. Bisher sind 397 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 15 days 5 hours 37 minutes


449: Monetized Misery

Emboldened by his success, Mike takes a victory lap. Little does he know it's all virtual.



448: Fakers and Takers

Was he justified? Our thoughts on the dev who corrupted libraries in NPM for millions of users with his political statement about free software.



447: All Roads Lead to Clippy

Mike has a significant moment of clarity and sets out on a new path for 2022. Meanwhile, Chris is just happy to be out of the woods.



446: Blizzard Battery Battle

Mike finds a new normal and doubles down on what works. Chris meanwhile is stranded in the woods and is having a bit of a panic.



445: Say No to Node

We're both impressed by Rails 7 and how an old foe got us down again.


 2021-12-22  56m

444: Mining the Logs

The broader software problem the Log4Shell vulnerability reveals, and the story of how Chris lit his Coder robe on fire... While wearing it.


 2021-12-15  40m

443: Reptilian Power Play

We peak in on one of the nastiest corporate moves in a while, and Chris has a big confession.


 2021-12-08  48m

442: Touched by the Bar

Mike visits Pallet Town and comes back with some SQLAlchemy performance wisdom to share. Meanwhile, struggling with a lack of performance, Chris has kicked the tires of his new M1 Max MacBook Pro and is ready to share his counter-narrative take on the new hardware.


 2021-12-01  47m

441: Dependency Derby

Are Linux devs getting upset with the Python community? We weigh in on a nuanced issue. Plus the mass-mod resignation over at Rust, and Mike's thoughts on setting up a dev environment on Windows 11.


 2021-11-24  45m

440: Just Say No to M1

We get some spicy emails, dig into why Mike just picked up another Linux laptop, and then share our real thoughts on Web3.


 2021-11-17  38m