The messy details and tidy excuses we noticed in all this OpenAI upset, and some fundamental problems that have been plaguing desktop Linux for years.
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545: Sam's Busy Weekend
OpenAI's weekend coup, plus our thoughts on Microsoft's gambit and their looming risk.
544: Microsoft Already Did It
Yet another thing Microsoft was early to, and still somehow missed the boat.
Plus, building a PC is rare; it's a solved problem. If AI tools excel as expected, will coding face a similar fate?
543: For Your Safety
New AI "regulation" from on high this week, a few signs you might be pissing in your own pond, and the game dev team that's been together for 40 years.
542: Fresh Cut Fraud
We've all made mistakes and tried to play dumb, but this week history is being made.
541: Better Late than Never
Rumors of internal panic at Apple, and concerns about the future of RISC-V. Plus, the software update of the century.
540: Sherlockin All Over the Place
We're about to see a wave of big tech AI features "inspired" by third-party developers at a scale that makes the Sherlocking on Apple's platform seem like chump change. Plus, how Dropbox turned around their dev retention rates, and more.
539: Mike Breaks the Build
Mike checks in from the grind and shares some challenges in recent cross-platform testing; then, we get into the avalanche of negative AI press coverage this week and the one massive story they're not touching.
538: You Never Forget Your First
How does your first major programming language/technology still shape your work and career? Then grab some popcorn and let's watch the next epic tech titan battle unfold.
537: Unity Mutiny
Our unique take on the Unity outrage, thoughts on RustRover, and Mike shares a very annoying mistake.
The painful side of making video games, Grinder's big problems, and Google's sneakiest trojan horse.
535: Locally Sourced Carbon Neutral Consumer
Did Apple's event live up to our expectations? And our thoughts on what new goodies for developers might be in the new hardware and software.