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Chris Krycho
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Husband, father, theologian, writer, developer, designer, runner, Lord of the Rings fanatic, composer, poet, Whovian, Ultimate player, nerd.
Husband, father, theologian, writer, developer, designer, runner, Lord of the Rings fanatic, composer, poet, Whovian, Ultimate player, nerd.

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This was my favorite episode of +Winning Slowly to date. It's tons of fun.
+Stephen Carradini and +Chris Krycho chat about lessons learned in not publishing Episode 0.08: conversations getting away from you, different media being different beasts, and a whole bunch of humility. Good times!

http://www.winningslowly.org/2014/04/humility-please/

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Sometimes, execution matters as much or more than the actual content of a given policy—today, we tackle the Affordable Care Act (from an angle you probably haven’t heard before).

Just saw that we had over 100 downloads for +Winning Slowly Episode 01. Huge thanks to everybody for listening!

Episode 02 is out tomorrow!

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Our first episode! Huzzah! (We're in beta. Be gentle.)
Our first episode, in which we talk about how context shapes (or should shape) our decisions regarding technology, with three big topics:

- Christian author and former pastor John Piper and Pope Francis on Twitter
- Google acquiring Nest and the ensuing internet freakout
- Intentionally unprofitable bands and the changing shape of music industry, as highlighted by miniature label Controlled Burn Records and band Nonagon

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I really enjoy it when I set out to find an answer on Stack Overflow, discover that all the answers are slightly off target, and end up writing my own, better answer after further thought. Like this answer on #Python argparse and #Qt's QApplication.

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Today's free music on NoiseTrade is a multiple-winner special. I'm really enjoying the self-titled A Treehouse Wait. Again: free.

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Beyond Compare 4 Beta—with OS X support!

It's not quite as pretty as Kaleidoscope, but it's an outstanding, very powerful diff/merge tool—I highly recommend it.

#diff   #software  

I think I'm going to be gushing about Qt/PySide for the next three weeks.
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