It’s been a long road. Back in January of 2007, David Stafford and I came up with the idea of writing a media search engine. We thought it’d take maybe a year.
We actually had something in a little more than a year, but it wasn’t very interesting. It worked, but nobody would have been . . . → Read More: Podly.TV is alive!
I don’t know who’s calling the shots over there at Google, but they’re absolutely brilliant.
Google’s technology is impressive, no doubt. They’ve come a long way in the 12 years or so since two college kids named Sergi Brin and Larry Page came up with a way to greatly improve the quality of Web search . . . → Read More: Why Google will win
Every morning at 3:00, one of our servers grabs the latest code from our source repository and runs the build script. As you would expect, the build usually completes without error and everything’s fine. From time to time, though, one of us will forget to check in a file or dependent project, and the build . . . → Read More: Command line tools strike again