Mike makes a shocking admission, and Chris wishes he had a time machine.
After Chris gets a reality check from Mike, the guys answer some emails and admit a cold hard truth.
We visit an alternate reality where Epic wins in their fight against Apple, COBOL reigns supreme, and the halls of great Jedi Temple are lined with Object-C developers.
After we pine about the way things used to be, Mike shares why he is developing a fondness for C++.
Mike crosses over to report back from the other side, and Chris is along for the ride.
Is it a Post-Open Source world now that the mega-clouds are here? We share our thoughts on this renewed idea.
A special friend of the show joins us to discuss C++ in 2020 and the growing adoption of Rust.
We say goodbye to the show by taking a look back at a few of our favorite moments and reflect on how much has changed in the past seven years.
Apple is shaking up the foundations of UI development with SwiftUI and raising developer eyebrows with a new default shell on MacOS.
We react to Apple's big news at WWDC, check in with Mike's explorations of Elixir, and talk some TypeScript.
.NET 5 has been announced and brings a new unified future to the platform. We dig in to Microsoft's plans and speculate about what they mean for F#.
The three of us debate when to go full serverless, and if ditching servers is worth the cost.
The guys discuss the real last bastion of scratch your own itch, and debate the merits of recent C# functional programing fads that are transforming the language.
Apple wades into controversy after filing some Swift-related patents and we explore WebAssembly and its implications for the open web.
Mike and Wes are back to debate the state of developer tools and ask where Jenkins fits in 2019.
Wes joins Mike for a special Coder. They share thoughts on the costs and benefits of Optionals in Swift, uncover Mike's secret love affair with F#, and debate the true value of serverless.
Mike’s just had the talk, and now it's time to make some changes. Including admitting he was wrong about Swift.
Don’t call them resolutions, lets just call them reasonable goals. Mike and Chris share their plans for 2019’s ground work, and why every single thing is fair game.
After we happily avoid the recent MacBook scandals, we deep dive into hardware for a bit.. And then pull it out with a overview of Microsoft Async/await pattern.
Microsoft is buying GitHub, Apple just kicked off WWDC 2018, and we've got a packed show!
We have witnessed a massive shift of power. And it’s been happening right under developers noses. From the slowly won battle for control of the server, to Amazon’s to control over the Internet.