Control Structure is a podcast about computer science, IT news, stories, opinions, tips, and tricks for programmers, testers, administrators of all types and more, for fun or for profit hosted by Andrew Bailey. And also some other things, just because they are cool.
Steve wakes Andrew up to have a podcast in 2008. After sorting things out, they talk about Spectre, Meltdown, iPhone batteries, blockchains, Chrome, ADSL, Amazon, Crytek, Excel, and a few other things, because it's been a while.
Steve talks about his new place, Andrew talks about pizza, then they talk about RASPBERRY!, Apple, WPA2 WiFi, lots of updates for pretty much everything, Kinect, Humble Bundle, Microwave Assisted Magnetic Recording, MDN, and go down some rabbit holes.
ARRR! Andrew wants you to know he'll be observin' International Talk Like A Pirate Day! Steven gets in on the fun. Then they talk boring stuff, like space probes, RASPBERRY!, Google, C, NGINX, Linux, Oracle, Java, and Equifax.
After a hiatus, Andrew explains why his new computer has been crashing, Steve has lots of RASPBERRY!, then they both talk about Windows, procedural planets, HTTPS, decompression bombs, the trials of multicore, and hard drives.
In light of massive living arrangement changes, Steven explains to Andrew how to use vim, while Andrew pontificates on CPU manufacturers, then both talk about patents, Windows, Wikipedia, Linux utility fun (not vim), t-time, and flint strikers.