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53. Amped about Android
In this episode, Chris asks Soroush about his experience diving into Android development. Android 101 for iOS Developerslyft/scoopSoroush’s $99 testing phoneJava 8 lambdas/closuresKotlinRuby’s tap methodthen microframework for SwiftBrandon Williams and Lisa Luo — Anything you can do, I can do betterAndroid LayoutsUIStackViewLinearLayoutAndroid Support LibrariesGet a new Fatal Error episode every week by becoming a supporter at patreon.com/fatalerror.
Teaser: 52. Spooked about Spectre
After a brief discussion about cryptocurrency, Chris and Soroush discuss the CPU vulnerabilites that made news recently: Meltdown and Spectre. Listen to the whole episode — and get access to the entire Fatal Error back catalog — at patreon.com/fatalerror.
51. Ticks and Trips
We’re back! Chris and Soroush kick off this season with a more freeform podcast format, discuss baking bread, and follow up on Soroush’s Notes.app-centric productivity system. NYT Tartine Sourdough Bread RecipeNYT No-Knead Bread RecipeProfessional Baking by Wayne GisslenFolding Bread Proofer and Yogurt MakerTartine Bread by Chad RobertsonThingsOmniFocusNew features in Apple Notes on iOS 11BearNSUserActivitynvALTChris’s “Archive nvALT Note” AppleScriptLifehacker, Oct. 2005: The Kinkless...
Teaser: 50. Internet of Things
Chris, Soroush, and Soroush’s girlfriend Taylor talk about the Internet of Things. Listen to the whole episode — and get access to the entire Fatal Error back catalog — at patreon.com/fatalerror.
49. Chris Writes Python
Soroush interviews Chris about his experience writing Python at work over the past couple of months. Chris was wrong about something! Python is not pass-by-reference; see Is Python call-by-value or call-by-reference? Neither. PyramidGoogle App EnginePython 2 or Python 3Unicode in Python 2Uncle Bob - The Dark PathTests and Types (Patreon-only)if you ignore uncle bob's terrible opinions on women, you can fully appreciate how terrible his opinions on software are@pasiphae_goalsmypyTruth...
Teaser: 48. Productivity
This week, Chris and Soroush chat about productivity tools and techniques. Listen to the whole episode — and get access to the entire Fatal Error back catalog — at patreon.com/fatalerror.
47. Strange Loop
Soroush interviews Chris about his experience at this year’s Strange Loop conference. Strange LoopStrange Loop ScheduleAlex Miller"Just-So Stories For AI: Explaining Black-Box Predictions" By Sam RitchieDecision Tree LearningRandom Forest""It Me": Under The Hood Of Web Authentication" By Yan Zhu, Garrett RobinsonLito Nikolai"Level Up Your Concurrency Skills With Rust" By David SullinsSwift Ownership ManifestoCity Museum"To Serve The People: Public Interest Technologists" By Matt...
45. Fault Tolerance with Actors
Chris and Soroush continue their discussion of the future of concurrency in Swift by considering how Erlang achieves fault isolation with actors. Concurrency in Swift: One approachEpisode 42: ActorsErlangElixirErlang Hot Code SwappingConcurrent and Distributed Programming with Erlang and Elixir: Part 1Errors and ProcessesWho Supervises The Supervisors?Fault Tolerance doesn't come out of the boxConcurrency in Erlang & Scala: The Actor ModelAlan KaySmalltalkHeart of SmalltalkSmalltalk in...