Control Structure

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.

3D Printer On The Moon

Episode #112The Fringe #388

In the middle of summer, Andrew and Steve talk about old consoles, space, Microsoft, documentation, HTTPS, CSS, and time tables.

Internet Sound

Episode #111The Fringe #385

Steve and Andrew catch up on a few things, like RASPBERRY!, .NET, Seafile, and Windows 10 (Andrew had an adventure!)

They Told Me I Could Fly

Episode #110

After talking about cicadas and The Raphael Parable, Andrew and Steve talk about putting things on Github, Raspberry!, Firefox, Microsoft, ransomware, and headphones.

Had A Tong

Episode #109

On this short and sweet episode, Andrew talks about getting runner's high, Steve talks about printing and having a tong, then both discuss implications of Oracle vs Google.


Episode #108The Fringe #380

It's Chris's birthday! Steve is amazed by infrared cameras, Andrew poses a hypothetical Apple scenario, then both talk about hard drives, IOT destruction, new hardware, Certbot, the NSA, Ubuntu, 3D printers, and a time table app.

Linux Subsystem For Linux

Episode #106The Fringe #378

After briefly becoming the bike show, Steven and Andrew talk about gaming history, betas, Intel, Google, Paul Le Roo, IoT, and passwords.

Bootstrapping Your Flash Drive

Episode #105The Fringe #375

Andrew and Steve talk about the stuff that Microsoft announced at Build, how NodeJS broke everything, why IoT is a bad idea, ciphers, and broken iPhones.

My Real Real Email Address

Episode #104The Fringe #373

Steve and Andrew talk about old times, new places, RASPBERRY!, stolen databases, vulnerabilities, encryption, iPhones, offline webpages, and some philosophy.

Knowledge Is Really Heavy

Episode #103The Fringe #370

Andrew tells Steve about moving in, then about Raspberry!, CHIP, SSDs, Microsoft, DROWN, Amazon, encryption, and some more web server optimizations.