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Show #46, Ending browser pain: Martin Kleppmann, Go Test It.

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This week Patrick and Bob talk over the real news from Microsoft’s Professional Developer Conference, and Bob interviews Martin Kleppmann, founder of Go Test It about his new automated cross-browser functional testing startup. If you’ve ever fixed a CSS or especially a JavaScript error in one browser only to have the fix spawn bugs in other browsers, this show (and startup) are for you.

Martin was kind enough to offer our listeners a 30% discount. To try Go Test It! free for 30 days (and get the 30% off after that), go to: http://gotest.it/ssp.

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Written by Bob Walsh, Developer & Content Marketing Consultant

November 24, 2009 at 2:36 pm

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Show #45, Backing up your code, startup coworking in Seattle

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Pat and Bob talk with Scott Wisniewski, founder of Transactor.com about his just about released backup software that works automatically to backup your Windows code and Mike Koss, founder of Startpad.org, a coworking facility in Seattle on what developers get out of going back into the office – but on their own terms.

Bob talks about what to bring to current-day IT conferences and Pat talks about thinking about the customer and how it changes your thinking and an opportunity for startups –
Visual Studio 2010 Extensibility.

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Written by Bob Walsh, Developer & Content Marketing Consultant

November 16, 2009 at 7:30 pm