December 5, 2018 at 6:00PM • 34 minutes
Jason Swett is a developer, speaker, trainer, author and host of The Ruby Testing Podcast. Jason joined Brittany to discuss legacy Ruby on Rails applications: how to identify them and tackle their challenges from a testing standpoint.
Hosted by Brittany Martin.
December 4, 2018 at 11:00PM • 51 minutes
This week the boys discuss a possible "Momma Mia" style Prince film, Ron Burgundy's podcast, Bond 25, the new 'Captain Marvel' trailer, and what 'Birds Of Prey' will probably be like.
Guest this week: Britt Hayes, freelance writer and film critic.
Co-host: Mason Scheer
Hosted by Keith Ruckus.
December 4, 2018 at 4:00PM • 46 minutes
In this episode we discuss the recent Bird Platform announcement, why this was predictable given the dynamics of the market, and how franchising might evolve in the future.
We also cover:
- Dediu’s Law: Horace’s thesis that we’ll see 10x growth annually for the next 5-6 years in micromobility trip numbers.
- how challenges related to social technologies like local bureaucracy/current scooter caps will be overcome.
- The VeloMetro/Veemo shared covered trike system that has emerged in Vancouver and whether this is likely to catch on.
Our sponsor for the show is Joyride, a software platform that lets you launch your own bike or scooter share system under your brand, with full consumer facing apps, and backend fleet management and integrations. Check them out at Joyride.city
As always, let me know what you think on Twitter - @asymco and @oliverbruce
Hosted by Oliver Bruce & Horace Dediu.
December 4, 2018 at 12:30PM • 1 hour 22 minutes
Discussed: Why Tuesday is the optimistic day; pourover coffee for Dan's wife; confirm shaming; updates on iPad keyboards and covers; approximately annual history of "Bawk Bawk!"; some thoughts on Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart; kids and learning Programming; the things that are difficult to teach anyone.
Hosted by Merlin Mann & Dan Benjamin.
December 3, 2018 at 12:00AM • 2 hours 18 minutes
Jeff and Christian welcome Patrick Beja from Pixels to the show this week to discuss Nintendo's new streaming policy, Rocksteady's next game announcement, Death Stranding's leaked release date, Fallout 76's latest PR nightmare, and more!
The Playlist: Donut County, Return of the Obra Dinn, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Red Dead Redemption 2, Pokemon Let's Go
VR Talk: Beat Saber, Astro Bot Rescue Mission, Evasion
Tabletop Time: Jon Purkis from Actualol joins Jeff to highlight some excellent new board games for the holidays. Chronicles of Crime, Detective: A Modern Crime Game, Western Legends, Men at Work, Clank!, Word Slam, A Tale of Pirates, Kitchen Rush
Hosted by Christian Spicer & Jeff Cannata.
December 2, 2018 at 9:00PM • 1 hour 22 minutes
The new iPad Pro and some #CriticalQuestions inspire a conversation about cheaters and what insights lamp posts can and cannot provide. Later on, Horace shares some exciting news about Micromobility California.
Hosted by Horace Dediu, Anders Brownworth, and Judd Rubin.
November 30, 2018 at 3:00PM • 27 minutes
Hoy en Puromac Flavio G nos cuenta de cómo desaparecieron sus Airpods y quien se los robo, que valía la pena comprar en black friday y como uno de los productos anda mal, nada que no esperaba, más noticias y ayudas para macOS y para iOS
Hosted by Federico Hatoum & Flavio Guinsburg.
November 29, 2018 at 10:00AM • 1 hour 1 minute
Basecamp founder, New York Times best-selling author, and web software pioneer Jason Fried is Jeffrey Zeldman’s guest. The two discuss Jason’s latest book (co-authored with David Heinemeier Hannson), It Doesn’t Have to be Crazy at Work, which The Economist called “by far the best thing on management published this year.” Also: the secrets of Basecamp, the magic of sleep, the sameness of agencies’ portfolio sites, why Basecamp doesn’t user test, and more.
Note: We apologize for Jeffrey's audio quality in this episode, but Jason Fried says so many smart things we decided we had to share this conversation anyway. It's worth it!
Hosted by Jeffrey Zeldman.
November 28, 2018 at 10:00PM • 47 minutes
On today's episode, we're joined by Dr Chris Cherry (@drchrischerry), Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Tennessee and Director of Light Electric Vehicle Education and Research (LEVER) Initiative, an international academic/industry research consortium on lightweight and low speed EV's about the environmental and social implications of micromobility.
- How China's electric micromobility sector has grown to lead the world, and how Chris and his colleagues have worked to understand it.
- The framework that they use to understand the benefits that lightweight electric utility vehicles offer users - notably low cost, point to point, low emission transport.
- The emission and energy use of micromobility vehicles compared to other options.
- How to think about whether micromobility is additive or substitutive trips vs. incumbent modes of transport.
- What the role of fun plays in micromobility adoption.
- Which cities will benefit the most from the ride of micromobility and why.
Apologies for the slightly jerky editing - had a few audio editing issues.
Be sure to let us know what you think on Twitter at @asymco and @oliverbruce!
Hosted by Oliver Bruce & Horace Dediu.