A couple items of podcast news! One: Turing-Incomplete is out of podfade*! * podfade – when a podcast stops publishing episodes, and sort of fades out of existence for either a break or permanently. A couple changes: For Turing-Incomplete, we’re now going to record by season (season 1 ran for two years and had 92 […]
Last week I had the privilege of attending and speaking at Strange Loop last week (here’s the video of my talk!), and I wanted to mention some of the talks I attended as well as highlights from the conference. Talks Here’s what I went to (outside of the keynotes), and their videos: Propositions as Types […]
On Saturday I attended the Open Hardware Summit for a few reasons: 1. It was in Philadelphia and the price was very reasonable. 2. I’ve long had an interest in more electronics work. and 3. It was in Philadelphia. Last year’s summit was in Rome, so this was by far my best chance to check […]
Here are the slides from today’s presentation at Wharton Web Conf 2013. Selecting a Web Framework from pamselle I’m scheduling this to post with the session, and I’ll write an afterburn tomorrow on the conference, but I can already say that I’m impressed by the quality of the sessions here, even before lunch!
You can now go see the recording(registration required) from yesterday’s Fluent Conf webcast. All the talks are great, and mine is from about minutes 60 to 90. Better yet, come join me at Fluent Conf in May and see it live! Talk description: Prototyping à la Node with Express User testing and prototyping are great […]