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Episodes

241: The Story of Atom with Nathan Sobo  

Nathan Sobo, founding member of the Atom editor team at GitHub, joined the show take us all the way back to the beginning of Atom to learn where it came from, the founding team, the problem it solves, on through to shipping 1.0 and beyond.

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Featuring

Nathan Sobo – Twitter, GitHub Adam Stacoviak – Twitter, GitHub Jerod Santo – Twitter, GitHub, Website

Notes and Links

Lambda the Ultimate Chris Wanstrath Corey Johnson Github Atom's Code-Editor Nerds Take Over Their Universe Atom on Libraries.io Treetop on Libraries.io The super early version of Atom was built on Ace Editor Atom: free and open source for everyone Atom homepage @atomeditor on Twitter Atom on GitHub Atom Flight Manual – Documentation for Atom, generated by nanoc, hosted by GitHub Pages Atom Blog Atom Forum The Changelog #216: Electron and Cross Platform Desktop Apps with Zeke Sikelianos
240: Feedbin and RSS Resurgence with Ben Ubois  

Ben Ubois, the creator of Feedbin (a simple, good-looking online RSS reader) joined the show to talk about the indie web and developers, how RSS usage has changed over the years – particularly since Google Reader shutdown. We also talked about RSS vs the social web that we're in now and the idea of an RSS resurgence and taking back control over the content we choose to subscribe to.

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Featuring

Ben Ubois – Twitter, GitHub, Website Adam Stacoviak – Twitter, GitHub Jerod Santo – Twitter, GitHub, Website

Notes and Links

Feedbin Feedbin in GitHub Image Previews in Feedbin OpenCV Sentry Reeder Feedly
239: Managing Secrets Using Vault with Seth Vargo  

Seth Vargo, the Director of Technical Advocacy at HashiCorp, joined the show to talk about managing secrets with their open source product called Vault which lets you centrally secure, store, and tightly control access to secrets across distributed infrastructure and applications. We talked about Seth's back story into open source, use cases, what problem it solves, key features like Data Encryption, why they choose to write it in Go, and how they build tooling around the open core model.

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GoCD –  GoCD is an on-premise open source continuous delivery server created by ThoughtWorks that lets you automate and streamline your build-test-release cycle for reliable, continuous delivery of your product. Toptal –  Scale your team and hire from the top 3% of developers and designers with Toptal. Email adam@changelog.com for a personal introduction.

Featuring

Seth Vargo – Twitter, GitHub, Website Adam Stacoviak – Twitter, GitHub

Notes and Links

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Carnegie Mellon University CustomInk Thanks to @DerfOh (Fredrick) for submitting issue #605 to suggest this topic Vault by HashiCorp Vault on GitHub Vault docs Terraform The Tao of HashiCorp is the foundation that guides HashiCorp's vision, roadmap, and product design. HashiCorp Releases Shamir's Secret Sharing HashiConf

238: ANTHOLOGY – Hacker Stories From OSCON and All Things Open with Karen Sandler, Rachel Nabors, and Jono Bacon  

Karen Sandler, Rachel Nabors, and Jono Bacon joined the show by way of some great conversations at OSCON in London, UK and All Things Open in Raleigh, NC. We talked about free software, web animation and motion in user interfaces, and how open source communities organize.

Sponsors

GoCD –  GoCD is an on-premise open source continuous delivery server created by ThoughtWorks that lets you automate and streamline your build-test-release cycle for reliable, continuous delivery of your product. Rollbar –  Put errors in their place! Full-stack error tracking for all apps in any language. Toptal –  Scale your team and hire from the top 3% of developers and designers with Toptal. Email adam@changelog.com for a personal introduction.

Featuring

Karen Sandler – Twitter Rachel Nabors – Twitter, GitHub, Website Jono Bacon – Twitter, GitHub, Website Adam Stacoviak – Twitter, GitHub Jerod Santo – Twitter, GitHub, Website

Notes and Links

Karen Sandler

Karen Sandler is the the executive director of the Software Freedom Conservancy. She has a big heart, literally. Her heart condition requires a pacemaker, but she can’t access the source code that runs it. For this and other reasons, Karen is a passionate advocate for free software. In this interview, Jerod talks with Karen about her convictions, what she's doing about them, and how this affects her personal life and the lives of those she loves.

"I literally want to hack my heart! But I can't." - Karen Sandler

Software Freedom Conservancy — Become a supporter! Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy Is software freedom a social justice issue? - this is the talk that Karen Sandler gave at OSCON 2016 IANAL ("I am not a lawyer") — IAAL ("I am a lawyer") and TINLA ("This is not legal advice") also redirect to this page on Wikipedia Rachel Nabors

Rachel Nabors is a motion design for the web and UI animations expert and she was at All Things Open as a keynote and featured speker. Adam talked to Rachel about discovering repeatable business models, the state of web animation and where we're heading, the cognitive science behind motion in user interfaces, some great places to start adding motion and animation to your interfaces, and what we might expect to see with animation and motion in Microsoft Edge.

The UI Animation Newsletter: weekly web animation resources & inspiration What is Vestibular Disorder? Follow Dan C. Wilson to learn more about motion paths and web animiation If you haven't been, check out CSS Dev Conf Learn with Rachel —
237: Reproducible Builds and Secure Software with Chris Lamb  

Chris Lamb joined the show to talk about his project Reproducible Builds — which is funded by The Linux Foundation's Core Infrastructure Initiative. We talked about the importance of having a verifiable path from source code to compiled binary, what this set of software development practices is all about, what it means to have Reproducible Builds, the challenges faced when implementing these development practices, and the inherent security you gain from them.

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GoCD –  GoCD is an on-premise open source continuous delivery server created by ThoughtWorks that lets you automate and streamline your build-test-release cycle for reliable, continuous delivery of your product. Flatiron –  Are you ready to take the first step to being full-time programmer? Enroll in the FREE Bootcamp Prep course from Flatiron. Free enrollment is offered to the first 500 students only. So if you're considering enrollment, don't waste any time. Use our special link when you enroll to get $500 off your first month's tuition when you move on to a career or certificate course. Linode –  Our cloud server of choice! Get one of the fastest, most efficient SSD cloud servers for only $10/mo. We host everything we do on Linode servers. Use the code changelog2017 to get 2 months free!

Featuring

Chris Lamb – Twitter, GitHub, Website Adam Stacoviak – Twitter, GitHub Jerod Santo – Twitter, GitHub, Website

Notes and Links

This show began as an issue on GitHub The Linux Foundation's Core Infrastructure Initiative Funds the Reproducible Builds Project Reproducible Builds apt-secure (Ubuntu) apt-secure (Debian) thread.com
236: GunDB, Venture Backed and Decentralized with Mark Nadal  

Mark Nadal joined the show to talk about his hacker story and his venture backed open source datastore project called GunDB — a realtime, decentralized, offline-first, graph database engine. We talked about the details behind this database, how Mark secured funding, why yet another datastore, who's using the database, how Mark plans to sustain this project through products and services, his thoughts on the RethinkDB postmortem and more.

Sponsors

GoCD –  GoCD is an on-premise open source continuous delivery server created by ThoughtWorks that lets you automate and streamline your build-test-release cycle for reliable, continuous delivery of your product. Linode –  Our cloud server of choice! Get one of the fastest, most efficient SSD cloud servers for only $10/mo. We host everything we do on Linode servers. Use the code changelog2017 to get 2 months free! Flatiron –  Are you ready to take the first step to being full-time programmer? Enroll in the FREE Bootcamp Prep course from Flatiron. Free enrollment is offered to the first 500 students only. So if you're considering enrollment, don't waste any time. Use our special link when you enroll to get $500 off your first month's tuition when you move on to a career or certificate course.

Featuring

Mark Nadal – GitHub, Website Adam Stacoviak – Twitter, GitHub Jerod Santo – Twitter, GitHub, Website

Notes and Links

Thanks to Kevin McGee for suggesting this show on GitHub The Changelog #201: Why SQLite Succeeded as a Database GunDB Homepage GunDB on GitHub GunDB on Patreon GubDB todo app tutorial Neo4j Firebase BoostVC Tim Draper on angel.co DFJ Why RethinkDB Failed

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235: ANTHOLOGY – Hacker Stories From OSCON, All Things Open, and Node Interactive  

In this anthology episode we're featuring three awesome hacker stories from OSCON, All Things Open, and Node Interactive — Giovanni Caligaris about how he brought LibreOffice to the people of Paraguay by translating it to their native tongue. Stu Keroff about the Linux user group he started for kids called The Asian Penguins. Shiya Luo about how China does Node, translations of documentation and books from English to Chinese, and the Great Firewall of China.

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GoCD –  GoCD is an on-premise open source continuous delivery server created by ThoughtWorks that lets you automate and streamline your build-test-release cycle for reliable, continuous delivery of your product. OSCON –  Our world runs on open source. Join us at OSCON to understand open source and its power to achieve your goals. Use the code changelog20 to get 20% off your registration. All Things Open –  Join 2,000+ technologists and decision makers in Raleigh, NC — The epicenter of innovation, technology and open source, and home to one of the most sophisticated audiences on Earth. Node.js Interactive –  Node.js Interactive is a conference for the Node community focused on education and community building. Use the code CNGJS16 to get 15% off registration.

Featuring

Giovanni Caligaris – Twitter Stu Keroff – Twitter, Website Shiya Luo – Twitter, GitHub, Website Adam Stacoviak – Twitter, GitHub Jerod Santo – Twitter, GitHub, Website

Notes and Links

First, we talk with Giovanni Caligaris about how he brought LibreOffice to the people of Paraguay by translating it to their native tongue: Guaraní.

Second, we talk with Stu Keroff about the Linux user group he started for kids called The Asian Penguins in a school for Asian refugees where they learn to install, use, and configure Linux and open source software.

Last, we talk with Shiya Luo about how China does Node, translations of documentation and books from English to Chinese, and the Great Firewall of China (a censorship and surveillance project of the Chinese government) which makes it very difficult for the people of China to interact with the rest of the web.

LibreOffice Asian Penguins Stu Keroff's talk at ATO 2016 - Middle Schoolers, Linux, and the Digital Divide and the talk's details on the ATO site. Shiya Luo's talk at Node Interactive - How China Does Node cnpm - npm client for China mirror of npm

Thanks Breakmaster Cylinder!

234: Open Collective and Funding Open Source with Pia Mancini  

Pia Mancini joined the show to talk about Open Collective, her background and where she came from, her passion to upgrade democracy, funding and sustaining open source, what open collective is, how it works, how you can support your favorite open source communities, but more importably how you can take part and start your own collective.

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GoCD –  GoCD is an on-premise open source continuous delivery server created by ThoughtWorks that lets you automate and streamline your build-test-release cycle for reliable, continuous delivery of your product. Toptal –  Scale your team and hire the top 3% of developers and designers at Toptal. Email Adam at adam@changelog.com for a personal introduction to Toptal. Rollbar –  Put errors in their place! Full-stack error tracking for all apps in any language.

Featuring

Pia Mancini – Twitter, GitHub, Website Adam Stacoviak – Twitter, GitHub Jerod Santo – Twitter, GitHub, Website

Notes and Links

Pia gave a talk at TEDGlobal 2014 on How to upgrade democracy for the Internet era (over a million views
233: Webpack with Sean Larkin  

Sean Larkin joined the show to talk about Webpack, how fast open sources moves, how fast Webpack is moving, the core team, the formation, joining JS Foundation, the problem it's solving, the bleeding edge features, sustainability, Sean and team's efforts to build the community, their work on Open Collective, and more.

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Code School –  Give the gift of code! You can gift someone Code School for 1 month for $29, 6 months for $99, or a full year for $189 (46% off). Offer starts December 12, 2016 and ends January 6, 2017. Toptal –  Scale your team and hire the top 3% of developers and designers at Toptal. Email Adam at adam@changelog.com for a personal introduction to Toptal. Rollbar –  Put errors in their place! npm install --save rollbar for error tracking in your JavaScript apps.

Guests

Sean Larkin – Twitter, GitHub

Notes and Links

Webpack homepage Webpack docs Webpack on Medium Webpack on GitHub Donate to Webpack on Open Collective "The first time you demo #webpack for a friend
232: Homebrew and Swift with Max Howell  

Max Howell, famous for creating Homebrew, joined the show to talk about his start in software and open source, the tweet that was heard around the world when he interviewed with Google and didn't get accepted, the creation of Homebrew, the naming process, as well as the difficulty letting go. We also talked about his passion for the Swift programming language, and his work on Swift Package Manager while at Apple.

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Code School –  Give the gift of code! You can gift someone Code School for 1 month for $29, 6 months for $99, or a full year for $189 (46% off). Offer starts December 12, 2016 and ends January 6, 2017. Toptal –  Scale your team and hire the top 3% of developers and designers at Toptal. Email Adam at adam@changelog.com for a personal introduction to Toptal. GoCD –  GoCD is an on-premise open source continuous delivery server created by ThoughtWorks that lets you automate and streamline your build-test-release cycle for reliable, continuous delivery of your product.

Guests

Max Howell – Twitter, GitHub

Notes and Links

Max was on The Changelog #35 way back in September, 2010 Max's latest open source project PromiseKit The BBC Micro was the first computer Max used Amarok - a powerful music player for Linux, Unix and Windows qt - cross-platform development Last.fm - bring together your favourite music services Scrobble “The foundation of the modern world is developer tools." The Changelog #223: Homebrew and Package Management with Mike McQuaid The tweet heard aroud the world with 6,825+ retweets — "Google: 90% of our engineers use the software you wrote (Homebrew), but you can’t invert a binary tree on a whiteboard so f**k off." Swift Package Manager BBC BASIC programming language QBasic (Quick Beginners All purpose Symbolic Instruction Code) is an IDE and interpreter for a variety of the BASIC programming language Max's new thing — mixmsg lets you make mixtapes with friends directly in iMessage. Max's new project — Growler is planned for Homebrew, but he was hush hush about what it will do
231: HTTP/2 in Node.js Core with James Snell  

In this special episode recorded at Node Interactive 2016 in Austin, TX Adam talked with James Snell (IBM Technical Lead for Node and member of Node's TSC and CTC) about the work he's doing on Node's implementation of http2, the state of http2 in Node, what this new spec has to offer, and what the Node community can expect from this new protocol.

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Rollbar –  Put errors in their place! npm install --save rollbar for error tracking in your Node.js apps. Hacker Paradise –  Do you want to spend a month in South America, expenses paid, working on open source? We teamed up with Hacker Paradise to offer two Open Source Fellowships for a month on one of their upcoming trips to either Argentina or Peru. GoCD –  GoCD is an on-premise open source continuous delivery server created by ThoughtWorks that lets you automate and streamline your build-test-release cycle for reliable, continuous delivery of your product.

Guests

James Snell – Twitter, GitHub, Website

Notes and Links

This episode is a preview of our upcoming "Future of Node.js" series recorded at Node Interactive 2016 in Austin, TX. The series is produced in partnership with Node.js Foundation and sponsored by IBM. We'll be releasing the full series soon on our new podcast "Spotlight". If you haven't subscribed to Changelog Master yet, which includes all the podcasts we produce, now would be a good time to do so. You can also subscribe to Changelog Weekly where we announce all the new things we're up to.

Checkout the http2 repo James is working on Watch the talk James gave at Node Interactive — Implementing HTTP/2 for Node.js Core by James Snell Watch all the talks from Node Interactive Checkout Spotlight, our new show around big announcements, conferences, the hallway track, behind the scenes — meaningful conversations with real people in the community.
230: 18F and OSS in the U.S. Federal Government with Hillary Hartley and Aidan Feldman  

From 18F — Hillary Hartley and Aidan Feldman joined the show to talk about how 18F is changing the way the federal government builds and buys digital services.

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Code School –  Black Friday Special (November 21-28) — Save 49% on a 6-month plan, and 51% on a yearly plan. These are HUGE savings for a limited time only. Rollbar –  Put errors in their place! Full-stack error tracking for all apps in any language. GoCD –  GoCD is an on-premise open source continuous delivery server created by ThoughtWorks that lets you automate and streamline your build-test-release cycle for reliable, continuous delivery of your product.

Guests

Hillary Hartley – Twitter, GitHub Aidan Feldman – Twitter, GitHub

Notes and Links

The Presidential Innovation Fellows (PIF) program brings the innovation economy into government, by pairing talented, diverse technologists and innovators with top civil-servants and change-makers within the federal government. The White House's Presidential Innovation Fellows program on Twitter The Changelog #157: Building Bridges with Sarah Allen The CC0 1.0 license - "Additionally, we waive copyright and related rights in the work worldwide through the CC0 1.0 Universal public domain dedication." cloud.gov - The Government Innovation platform by government developers, for government developers. analytics.usa.gov on GitHub 18F on GitHub The System for Award Management (SAM) - certification for working as a vendor for the U.S. government FedRAMP Ready Products The Washington Post - Why a federal high-tech start-up is a money loser Tom VanAntwerp on Medium - 18F is Hardly a Waste of Money Join one of 18F's Slack rooms code.gov is the next milestone in federal open source code Micro-purchase Micro-purchase stats page 18F Guides 18F Open Source Style Guide
229: Python, Django, and Channels with Andrew Godwin  

Django core contributor Andrew Godwin joins the show to tell us all about Python and Django. If you've ever wondered why people love Python, what Django's virtues are as a web framework, or how Django Channels measure up to Phoenix's Channels and Rails' Action Cable, this is the show for you. Also: Andrew's take on funding and sustaining open source efforts.

Sponsors

Heap –  Automate the annoying parts of user analytics. No more manual anything. Just insights. GoCD –  GoCD is an on-premise open source continuous delivery server created by ThoughtWorks that lets you automate and streamline your build-test-release cycle for reliable, continuous delivery of your product. Toptal –  Scale your team and hire the top 3% of developers and designers at Toptal. Email Adam at adam@changelog.com for a personal introduction to Toptal.

Guests

Andrew Godwin – Twitter, GitHub, Website

Notes and Links

This episode started on Ping Django creators: Jacob Kaplan-Moss, Simon Willison Python love: The Zen of Python Python love: Great Docs – Requests as example Jerod suggests RFC #5: Read/Write the Docs with Eric Holscher Virtues: The Django admin site Virtues: GeoDjango Wikipedia has a list of well-known sites using Django Andrew's baby: Django Channels Getting started with Django Django South - consistent, easy-to-use and database-agnostic migrations for Django applications. If sustainability is interesting to you, check out Request for Commits
228: Servo and Rust with Jack Moffitt  

Jack Moffitt joined the show to talk about Servo, an experimental web browser layout engine. We talked about what the Servo project aims to achieve, six areas of performance, and what makes Rust a good fit for this effort.

Sponsors

Code School –  Learn for free this weekend (November 18-20). All Code School courses and screencasts are FREE for everyone this weekend ONLY! Hacker Paradise –  Do you want to spend a month in South America, expenses paid, working on open source? We teamed up with Hacker Paradise to offer two Open Source Fellowships for a month on one of their upcoming trips to either Argentina or Peru. GoCD –  GoCD is an on-premise open source continuous delivery server created by ThoughtWorks that lets you automate and streamline your build-test-release cycle for reliable, continuous delivery of your product.

Guests

Jack Moffitt – Twitter, GitHub, Website

Notes and Links

Servo Website Servo on GitHub Jack Moffitt on Wikipedia Servo: Today & Tomorrow Slide Deck
227: Mad Science, WebTorrent & WebRTC with Feross Aboukhadijeh  

Feross Aboukhadijeh joined the show this week to talk with us about his back story, passive income, WebTorrent, WebRTC, Electron and the ins and outs of packaging apps for all platforms.

Sponsors

Rollbar –  Put errors in their place! Full-stack error tracking for all apps in any language. Toptal –  Scale your team and hire the top 3% of developers and designers at Toptal. Email Adam at adam@changelog.com for a personal introduction to Toptal. GoCD –  GoCD is an on-premise open source continuous delivery server created by ThoughtWorks that lets you automate and streamline your build-test-release cycle for reliable, continuous delivery of your product. Node.js Interactive –  Node.js Interactive is a conference for the Node community focused on education and community building. Use the code CNGJS16 to get 15% off registration.

Guests

Feross Aboukhadijeh – Twitter, GitHub, Website

Notes and Links

JavaScript Standard Style Guide Study Notes is Feross's passive income maker that enables him to work on open source and other stuff he's interested in FreeTheFlash - Hilarious media entertainment brought to you by FreeTheFlash Entertainment Webmaster World WebTorrent - A streaming torrent client for the web browser and the desktop WebTorrent Desktop is the desktop Torrent client built with Electron WebTorrent Desktop on GitHub Instant.io The Changelog #216 - Electron and Cross Platform Desktop Apps with Zeke Sikelianos Mojibar - Emoji searcher but as a menubar app built with Electron
226: The Road to Font Awesome 5 with Dave Gandy  

Dave Gandy joined the show this week to talk about the history of Font Awesome, what's to come in Font Awesome 5 and their Kickstarter to fund Font Awesome 5 Pro, and how everything they're doing is funneling back into the forever free and open source — Font Awesome Free.

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Code School –  Learn to program by doing with hands-on courses. Save $10 per month! Sign up for Code School for only $19 per month by using our special URL codeschool.com/changelog. Linode –  Our cloud server of choice! Get one of the fastest, most efficient SSD cloud servers for only $10/mo. We host everything we do on Linode servers. Use the code changelog20 to get 2 months free! Rollbar –  Put errors in their place! Full-stack error tracking for all apps in any language.

Guests

Dave Gandy – Twitter, GitHub, Website

Notes and Links

You can always add more sprinkles!

Font Awesome Font Awesome on GitHub Font Awesome Issues on GitHub Support Font Awesome 5 on Kickstarter — make sure you watch that video too! Dave said the video he created for Font Awesome Black Tie should be an example of what not to do. Fort Awesome — Like Font Awesome. But Better. Build and manage icons and typefaces in a single place, then serve them with a single line of code. Rob Madole on Twitter Travis Chase on Twitter Videopixie — Find great videographers, directors, video editors, and animators to work with you on your project. Half Baked was the set for the Font Awesome video Knox Avenue did the production of the Font Awesome video
225: 99 Practical Bottles of OOP with Sandi Metz  

Sandi Metz joined the show to talk about her beginnings on a mainframe, her 30+ years of programming experience, the ins and outs of OOP, her book Practical Object-Oriented Design in Ruby (aka POODR), as well as her latest book 99 Bottles of OOP which she co-authored with Katrina Owen. We also covered a few listener submitted questions at the end.

Sponsors

Heap –  Automate the annoying parts of user analytics. No more manual anything. Just insights. Rollbar –  Put errors in their place! Full-stack error tracking for all apps in any language. Code School –  Learn to program by doing with hands-on courses. Save $10 per month! Sign up for Code School for only $19 per month by using our special URL codeschool.com/changelog.

Guests

Sandi Metz – Twitter, GitHub, Website

Notes and Links

Sandi's first book — Practical Object-Oriented Design in Ruby (aka POODR) 99 Bottles of OOP by Sandi Metz Katrina Owen co-authored 99 Bottles with Sandi Check out Understanding Computation — From Simple Machines to Impossible Programs by Tom Stuart — use the code PCBW to save 40% on a print book, or 50% on an ebook from O'Reilly Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software from the GangOfFour — Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson, and John Vlissides
224: .NET Core and Microsoft's Shift to Open Source with Bertrand Le Roy  

Bertrand Le Roy joined the show to talk about all things .NET Core, their recent 1.0 release, where it's going, the open source around it, and Microsoft's shift towards more open source.

Sponsors

Code School –  Learn to program by doing with hands-on courses. Save $10 per month! Sign up for Code School for only $19 per month by using our special URL codeschool.com/changelog. Toptal –  Scale your team and hire the top 3% of developers and designers at Toptal. Email Adam at adam@changelog.com for a personal introduction to Toptal.

Guests

Bertrand Le Roy – Twitter, GitHub, Website

Notes and Links

Special thanks to Brett Morrison for helping us put this show together by introducing us to Bertrand

223: Homebrew and Package Management with Mike McQuaid  

Mike McQuaid joined the show to catch us up on the latest in Homebrew and the recent 1.0.0 release.

222: Ethereum and Cryptocurrency with Gavin Wood  

Gavin Wood joined the show to talk about Ethereum, Cryptocurrency, The DAO, Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), what could you build with Ethereum, and the future of digital currency. Gavin Wood is Founder of Ethereum, creator of the Solidity contract language, and Founder of Ethcore — the company that created Parity, an open source Ethereum client.

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