The Development Hell Podcast

Episode 82: Open 24 Hours, Just Not All in One Day

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Image from page 64 of "Time and its measurement" (1909)

In this scintillating episode Chris and Ed shift gears and talk about their own experiences working “in the open”. Chris is very fortunate that everything he does at Mozilla gets open-sourced while Ed talks about his experiences back when he was running Spaz.

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Links and Notes

  • Chris' work at Mozilla generally ends up in their Mozilla Services GitHub repo
  • When Ed’s employer does open source things, they fall under the Graph Story repo
  • Mozilla is using TestPilot to test new features for their browsers
  • Opera had a pretty nasty security breach
  • Ed mentioned that one of Graph Story’s open source projects is a iOS Neo4J library
  • Ed is also getting better at branding — GLOSSY has been renamed HackLafayette despite Chris saying it should be called G-POSSY
  • The last ever TrueNorthPHP is coming up fast — November 3-5
  • Ed was the lead on Spaz, one of the first 3rd party Twitter clients
  • Chris used to get great schadenfreude by reading about all sorts of stupid failed startups over at Fucked Company

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