HNpod 9: How We Keep GitHub fast, Amazon Kindle Range and Human.io with Paul Biggar and Steve Corona
Our guests are Paul Biggar, blogger and founder of Circle (https://circleci.com/) and Stephen Corona, CTO of TwitPic and author of Scaling PHP (http://scalingphpbook.com/). More on our guests can be found at: http://hnpod.com/guests
Michael Mahemoff (http://player.fm/)
GitHub: We examine how GitHub uses monitoring tools to stay fast, its features, and its main selling points.
Amazon’s Kindle Range: We examine Amazon’s new range of Kindle products and how they stack up against Google and Apple products. We also take a deeper look into the new features that Amazon has integrated into their new Kindle line.
Human.io: This is a product that was developed by Joshua Schachter. Human.io is basically a system for outsourcing tasks to mobile users, similar to Mechanical Turk.
Steve Corona: http://duolingo.com/ Platform for learning languages. Essentially it is like learning a language by crowd sourcing. The premise is that you will learn a language faster than traditional classes.
Paul Biggar: http://developerauction.com/ A website that allows you to be auctioned to another company.
Michael Mahemoff: https://plus.google.com/113127438179392830442/posts/fR3iiuN4kEF HTML5 wake-up call mentioned by Paul Irish.
Steve Corona CTO of TwitPic, Author of Scaling PHP
Blogger and CTO of TwitPic and author of Scaling PHP Book (http://scalingphpbook.com).
Paul Biggar Founder of Circle
Blogger and founder of Circle (https://circleci.com), continuous integration for web apps.