Mike's adventures with Qt land him on Windows 10 this week battling DLL hell. He shares the latest developments in his attempt to build his next app with Qt. Plus some feedback, thoughts on AMP, and why dynamic linking keeps Mike up at night.
Mike shares more first impressions of Qt, the surprising places we’ve found QML in the wild, and why or why not to use Qt. Plus we answer some questions, share some travel hacks, and discuss the top programing languages of 2018, as declared so by the IEEE.
We ruminate on Python’s founder stepping down, and ponder if it was inevitable. Plus the topic of hardware and software workflows is back in the news, and Instapaper goes independent. So why does that feel like a bad thing?
The Uno platform recently got our attention, and Jérôme from the project joins us to explain a few things, and have a frank discussion about what they've gotten right, that others have missed. Plus your emails, a bit of hoopla, and more! Special Guest: Jérôme Laban.
Mike discovers a new open source project that promises a free UWP Bridge for iOS, Android and WebAssembly. We kick the tires and share our first thoughts. Plus a nasty software failure is striking down new iMac Pro's, and the 7 most cited reasons engineers quit.
Tech companies are taking over cities, and becoming more powerful than some nations. Is their a moral stand developers inside these huge corporations should be taking? Or is the shift to a chicken farmer economy truly best for all? It's a very introspective edition of the Coder Radio show.
Mike's got a dream, and it's a dream where Microsoft saves us from Electron. Now historically speaking, he's been wrong every single time. But this week we'll make the case why we all need to collective pull for his vision.
We chat with GitLab’s CEO and co-founder Sid Sijbrandij, about the GitLab model, the changes they’ve made since Microsoft purchased GitHub, his thoughts on that acquisition, and his compelling case for 100% remote work. Special Guest: Sid Sijbrandij.
After a bit of CoffeeScript reminiscing we get down to data and design.And discuss why the bot market has collapsed, and how Google is running the table in AI. Plus a few classic Coder moments, feedback, and more.
We get fired up about cloud lock-in, and attempt to find some common ground. But the overall framework for today's conversation is the important bits for developers from this years Microsoft Build and Google I/O events.
Focusing on a niche can catastrophically backfire when the market shifts, and Mike goes into full reviewer mode this week. Plus fresh out of Build the guys share the initial impressions of Microsoft’s big event, discuss their growing fear of Amazon, and resources for learning .Net Core.
The death of desktop apps has reached the next stage, but the long transition to WebAssembly is going to hurt, and why the crushing demand for good enough will force us all to live a life of "Progressive Webbie Things".