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.
Chris invites newly-minted Apple acolyte Andrew Bailey to the podcast to discuss RASPBERRY!, Java, Linux, supercomputers, code that sucks, code thats beautiful, password storage (again), and long uptimes.
After making something that would make a skunk gag, Andrew and Chris with guest Kyle Schaplowsky talk about recent happenings with Python, Google, Aaron Schwartz's legacy, Linux, bacon, P2P, password storage, uncanny valleys, games, arcane keystrokes, and more.
Chris takes a break from sleep mode and HOTS to bring you another episode, and Andrew blows a gasket over marketers, followed by a discussion about Google Reader, Linux, OS security, password security, education, WebGL, Firefox, and Youtube.
Andrew and Chris "interview" John Gosling from Level Zero Games, who is seeking funding for his game, Net Gain: Corporate Espionage, on Kickstarter. They talk about that, and other topics, like DRM, VP8, Steam, SimCity, StarCraft, and also listener questions. Also served with a delightful Fringe!
On the 13th episode on February 13th, '13, Andrew and Chris talk about storage, Mars, RASPBERRY!, Wine, stuff on Reddit, illegality, supercomputers, ownership, documentaries, and some other stuff along with your daily recommended dose of LoadingReadyRun references, then debate if things "just work."
Andrew and Chris talk about what you should buy and sell, things that are about to and have gone away, Ubuntu, phones, XBMC, Libreoffice, Raspberry Pi, codecs, tech policies, SQL communities, listener mail, and so oh oh much more.