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The State of Autonomous Driving

Self-driving cars, sometimes referred to as autonomous vehicles, seem like an inevitability. Companies like Tesla, Waymo, Uber, and even old mainstays like Ford and GM all have various

Ghost: Open Source Publishing Platform with John O’Nolan

Blogging is more than 20 years old. Over that period of time, numerous publishing platforms have been created. Squarespace, Blogger, Medium, and Twitter are popular closed source

Flutter in Practice with Randal Schwartz

Flutter allows developers to build cross-platform mobile apps. In our previous show about Flutter, Eric Seidel from Google described the goals of Flutter, why he founded the project, and

Flutter with Eric Seidel

Flutter is a project from Google that is rebuilding user interface engineering from the ground up. Today, most engineering teams have dedicated engineering resources for web, iOS, and

Chrome and Chromium with David Bokan

Chromium is an open source browser that shares code with the Chrome browser from Google. A browser is a large piece of software, with engineering challenges around threading, rendering,