HNpod 18: Why programmers work at night, I Don't Want to be Part of Your Ecosystem, Twitter API Limits with Paul Kinlan, Sean Grove, and Stuart Memo
Stuart Memo: Web and iPhone Developer and creator of Question Park. (http://stuartmemo.com/) and (http://questionpark.com/). Stuart will be presenting at Protothon on November 30, 2012. The link to the website can be found here: http://protothon.com/events/chrome-media/
More on our guests can be found at http://www.hnpod.com/guests.
Michael Mahemoff (http://player.fm/)
I Don't Want to be Part of Your Ecosystem
What Happens When A Twitter Client Hits The Token Limit (marco.org)
Sean: Functional Composition - http://skillsmatter.com/podcast/home/functional-composition
Stuart: Responsive web design
Paul: Unsexy Businesses
Guardian’s Tech Weekly
Accounting Best Practices with Steve Bragg
Why C++ with Herb Sutter
Stuart Memo Web and iPhone Developer, creator of Question Park
Stuart is currently a web developer. He is the co-creator of Question Park (http://questionpark.com/). He also created an iPhone game called All Fridges Are Psychotic (http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/all-fridges-are-psychotic/id344310546?mt=8). Presently he is working with Web Audio API.
Paul Kinlan Senior Developer Advocate at Google
He is currently the Senior Developer Advocate at Google. He helps developers to build cool stuff for Chrome, iGoogle, Chrome OS and the Chrome WebStore. He also has a website called Tales of a Developer Advocate (http://paul.kinlan.me/).