Thursday, January 26, 2012

ThinkRelevance: The Podcast, Episode 004

This time, I interview Aaron Bedra, who has left the company. And yes, we knew he was leaving when we did the podcast, which I think is really cool. I like working at a place where we feel comfortable posting interviews with people who have decided to go work somewhere else.

Check out the episode here.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

ShadowSpawn Version 0.2.2

Version 0.2.2 of shadowspawn is out. Go download it!

This version fixes issue #14, where shadowspawn wasn't correctly handling options that started with a dash. The biggest problem with that, of course, is that it stopped people from using shadowspawn together with rsync, which is a pretty killer combination. I use that setup myself, and it means I can do things like have dozens of full copies of my hard drive, but files that are the same from one backup to the other don't take up any additional space. Nice.

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Look, Ma, I'm on the Polytechnicast!

While I was in Minnesota over the holidays, I made a point of going to hang out with my good friend Rob Stenzinger. We talked about nerd stuff, as we always do. One thing led to another, and before I knew it we were recording a screencast about Clojure. Have a look, and try not to laugh too much when I forget the semantics of set literals.

ThinkRelevance: The Podcast, Episode 002 - David Liebke

I'm a little behind on posting this, but the second episode of Think Relevance: The Podcast, is out. In this one, we talk to David Liebke about Avout, a Clojure library for coordinating distributed state changes.