We're a group uber-geeks with different specialties and backgrounds getting together once a week to talk about what's hot, what's not, what we like and don't like and why. Conversation is frank, candid, and sometimes a little crude. Every week we try to get a UNIX/Linux geek, a Microsoft/Windows geek, and a Apple/Mac geek together to talk about current topics and why their choice of OS is better than the others.
By Nem W Schlecht
Turn your video game down and this podcast up for all the latest video game news, releases, trivia, and interviews. This podcast is to help promote the Edmonds Community College game development classes and game development club. Visit us at www.edcc.edu
By Luke Stapley
This is the first in a series of WebSphere Technical Podcasts on developerWorks -- interviews with IBM technical experts on today's vital software development issues. In this podcast, developerWorks editor Patrick Flanders talks about service-oriented architecture (SOA) with Matt Oberlin, a consultant on the IBM Software Services for WebSphere team who specializes in SOA, J2EE application development, and Web services. In their discussion, Patrick and Matt provide an introduction to the SOA programming model -- what it is, what you can do with it, and how you use it to develop SOA applications.
By IBM WebSphere
Watch each week as the Pixelmator gurus share new tips and tricks, to make your time in Pixelmator more productive, more efficient and more fun. Pixelmator brings image editing to the rest of us in a brilliant way. Image editing has never been more fun, and more exciting. PixelmatorTutorials.net make Pixelmator and image editing accessible for people that already have experience with image editing and people that are new to image editing. With over a thousand visitors a day to the site and even more downloading the podcasts via iTunes, the Pixelmator Tutorial podcast turns out to be the number one resource for learning image editing with Pixelmator.
bloguelinux.ca est un blogue Québécois traitant exclusivement sur Linux. Les deux animateurs Patrick et Éric ayant des intérêts différents sur Linux occasionne des articles et podcasts très intéressants. Patrick est plus au niveau utilisateur et recherche la stabilité, la performance et des logiciels de qualité lui permettant d'exercer plus facilement son travail de consultant. Éric est plus Geek et apporte un aspect plus technique aux discussions et podcasts. Ce podcast est accessible pour tout le monde, que vous soyez un débutant sous Linux ou un Geek chevronné.
By Patrick et Éric