All three of these people (and Dane) are wonderful people I thoroughly enjoy speaking (and drinking) with. 🙂
Visit the FLOSS Weekly Episode 89 show page to stream the episode in a click. You may also subscribe to the show in your preferred podcast or RSS client, which you should because it’s an awesome show.
I really enjoy podcasting. I’d like to participate regularly in a podcast(s). If any readers have a podcast that you think I would find relevant to my areas of expertise please let me know. Or if you have an idea of a podcast you would like to start, ping me about this too. I wouldn’t mind starting a new podcast if 1. it were on topics I’m interested in and 2. I didn’t have to worry about any of the infrastructure for supporting it.
MindTouchers Steve and Arne have a fantastic podcast on concurrency called: ‘Concurrent Podcast’. Here is their schedule:
|Lock vs. Lock-Free
The good, bad and ugly of locks; how to avoid them; and when lock-free data structures might just be the ticket.
|Why Async matters
Why should you care about asynchronous programming patterns in your daily programming?
|Coroutines in C#
How to write asynchronous code in a synchronous style. Benefits and dangers of using the iterator pattern for async methods.
|Grand Central Dispatch
Apples introduced a new paradigm for concurrent programming in OS X Snow Leopard. Join us in this podcast to learn what it is, how it works, and how it compares to other implementations.
I encourage you to subscribe and listen to it.