Wolfram Language, Apple's SSL bug and the NSA, warnings as exceptions in production, and that Scriptnotes episode.
- Wolfram Language.
- The "goto fail" SSL bug and the chances that it was nefariously introduced by an NSA effort, possibly as part of their $250 million annual budget for such operations.
- Apple's warrant canary.
- Casey's and Marco's hard-to-find bugs and language misfeatures. (Perl protects John from writing bugs.)
- Whether language-interpreter warnings should be treated as errors in production.
- The Scriptnotes episode with the Final Draft CEO, the follow-up in the next episode, and Kent Tessman's response.
- After-show: Google lobbying against Glass bans while driving, and Objective-C exception conventions.
- Next week will be the Software Methodologies show. For real this time!
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