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.
Andrew and Steven come around to talk about what's been going on around the internet, two Kickstarters, Raspberry Pis, free Microsoft stuff, web protocols, standards, FCC crashing, listener feedback, and other cool things.
After trying again, Andrew and Ryan talk about Google, Opera, MP3s, DoS attacks, security, HP, IBM, Samsung, Xanadu, Aaron Swartz, accomplishments, podcast feedback, and some other interesting tidbits.
Andrew and Steve talk about British knights, Apple acolytes, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Microsoft, FPGAs, SSDs, memristors, listener feedback, and more, as the storms roll in. Special thanks to LoadingReadyRun and Musopen.
Andrew and Steven talk about Kickstarters, web links, web browsers, 3D, the future of the Internet, and some more things. Then they tell a story in low bandwidth voices: once upon a time, Tom Chris came back. The End.
Andrew and Steven invite Ross Nover to the show and interview him about himself, The System and tools that he uses. Afterwards, they discuss a Raspberry Pi tank, computer time, OS user experience, securing HTTP, accessible HTML, colorful games, and listener feedback.
Andrew and Steven talk about the fallout from Heartbleed, compile times, realistic graphics, servers, Andrew's new backup strategy, a double dose of listener feedback, and more! And don't forget to submit any questions for Ross Nover from The System Comic!
Andrew and Steven say Goodbye to Windows XP, then talk about other operating systems, AMD, Unreal Engine, Microsoft, web browsers, Heartbleed, services that should and are being killed, a rant against OpenStreetMaps, and more.