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On podcasts


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 […]

You are qualified to read an academic paper


Last week on Turing-Incomplete (listen! subscribe!) we had a guest, Brian McKenna, who assigned us a paper to read. And I think you should read it too, if you want. My favorite theme of this episode is that Brian, on occasion, mentions how he doesn’t completely understand all the parts of the paper. Ex. around […]

My problem with pairing


This week’s episode of Turing Incomplete is about pairing, and while my poor audio connection is mostly to blame for my quietness on this episode (when it’s out), I also brought up the issue I run into with pairing, but I find difficult to talk about with people who pair 100% of the time and […]

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We have a new podcast: Turing Incomplete


The “we” being my friends Justin, Jearvon, and Len. Check out Turing Incomplete on turing.cool and follow on Twitter @turingcool. The feedburner/XML feed is up, with iTunes pending. Right now we kind of just jabber about what’s happened in the week, and we got started right around all the “TDD is dead” hoopla, so those are the first […]