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Hanselminutes Podcast 124 - Tim Bray on Microblogging and Widefinder

August 01, 2008 Comment on this post [2] Posted in Podcast
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Tim My one-hundred-and-twenty-fourth podcast is up. This interview was setup on Twitter. Tim Bray is a Distinguished Engineer at Sun. He co-edited the XML and XML namespace specs back in the day as well as working on Atom. He is on Twitter at Tim has been running the Wide Finder 2 Project that you can learn more about at the Wide Finder Project Wiki. It is an attempt to answer this interesting question: "What is a good way to write computer programs to take advantage of modern slow-clock-rate/many-core computers, without imposing excessive complexity on programmers?"

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August 02, 2008 23:34
That was a total mind-dump. The last few minutes on persistence architecture was really interesting - CouchDB, SimpleDB - maybe persistence architecture could be the topic for a dedicated Podcast?
August 05, 2008 15:42
Great show,

I thought it was funny and strangely accurate when you said Windows users have messy desktops, Mac users have clean desktops. Mac's do promote a clean desktop, I agree. My mac has 3 icons, my Vista machine is messy!



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