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Jonathan Erickson

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Listen Up! Podcasts, Audio Interviews, Whatever. We Got 'Em.

April 29, 2008

We've posted some interesting audio files (podcasts?) on ddj.com. I need to tell you this because they aren't that easy to find, and there is some stuff you won't want to miss.

Tom Mornini on Ruby on Rails, Part 1

Dr. Dobb's talks with Tom Mornini, CTO of Engine Yard, a Ruby on Rails service provider. In the first part of this two-part conversation with Mike Riley, Tom discusses how his company has optimized the Ruby on Rails application management experience.

Tom Mornini on Ruby on Rails, Part 2

Dr. Dobb's talks with Tom Mornini, CTO of Engine Yard, a Ruby on Rails service provider. In the second installment of this two-part conversation with Mike Riley, Tom Mornini discusses Merb and Rubinius -- Ruby-based open-source projects being developed in part by key Engine Yard staff.

Adrian Holovaty on the Django Project

Dr. Dobb's talks to Adrian Holovaty, co-creator of the Django web framework, regarding recent additions and future plans to the framework. If you're not familiar with Django, you should be.

Ben Fry on Data Visualization

Dr. Dobb's speaks to Ben Fry, author of Visualizing Data, about his Java-based data visualization API and the future of data visualization.

Silverlight and Iron Python

Dr. Dobb's contributing editor Mike Riley talks with Python developer Michael Foord about his experiences developing IronPython applications using Microsoft's Silverlight platform.

Adobe Goes Open Source with BlazeDS

Dr. Dobb's talks to Adobe's Tom Barclay about the company's open source intiatives including BlazeDS, an open-source server solution that provides access to Java objects and messaging to Flex clients.

That's it for now. Let us know if you have any questions.

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