Episode 227 – 2021 Predictions for Open Source

We found someone brave enough to do some rather bold (and some not so bold) predictions regarding the future of Linux. Obviously we disagree but since we’re not brave enough to make our own predictions, we’re just going to dissect Jack Wallen‘s hard work instead!

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Episode 226 – Let’s talk about 2030’s Internet (2/2)

We’re continuing our crustal ball peering, trying to divine what the internet will be like in ten years time. Where we looked more at the geopolitical factors last time, we’re looking at the technology angle in this episode!

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Episode 225 – Let’s talk about 2030’s Internet

With the disaster that was 2020 coming to an end, we think we can say that the global Internet has been a savior to the economy and, to be frank, our sanity. We decided to do some future gazing today and see if we can predict how the Internet will evolve in the next decade…

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Episode 224 – GitHub’s State of the Octoverse

The Github “State of the Octoverse” for 2020 is out and we’re dedicating this episode to dissecting all the wonderful information presented here.

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Episode 223 – In-Memory Computing with John DesJardins

This week we’re visited by John Desjardins who regaled us with his knowledge of in-memory computing.

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