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Digital Privacy with Aran Khanna

When Aran Khanna was a college student, he accepted an internship to work at Facebook. Even before his internship started, he started playing around with Facebook’s APIs and

WebAssembly Engineering with Ben Smith and Thomas Nattestad

WebAssembly allows developers to run any language in a sandboxed, memory controlled module that can be called via well-defined semantics. As we have discussed in recent episodes with Lin

WebAssembly Future with Steve Klabnik

WebAssembly is a low-level compilation target for any programming language that can be interpreted into WebAssembly. Alternatively, WebAssembly is a way to run languages other than

Jailbreaking Apple Watch with Max Bazaliy

Apple operating systems are closed source. This closed source nature gives Apple an extremely successful business model–and a very different software developer ecosystem than

Hacking Your Short-Term Rental with Jeremy Galloway

If you have ever stayed in a short-term rental (like an Airbnb, HomeAway, or CouchSurfing), you have probably used the wifi network at that rental property. Why wouldn’t you? It’s no