Fatal Error

By Soroush Khanlou & Chris Dzombak

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Fatal Error is a weekly show hosted by software developers Soroush Khanlou and Chris Dzombak. We discuss topics at the cutting edge of iOS software architecture, Swift, and best practices.
In this podcast
April 13, 2018
This week, Chris and Soroush review what inheritance in OOP is good for … and the problems it brings with it. Also: an update on the lights in Soroush’s bathroom.Get a new Fatal Error episode every week by becoming a supporter at patreon.com/fatalerror.
April 6, 2018
This week, after a brief detour into the subject of pizza, Soroush and Chris discuss how they’d go about the broad goal of “improving an app.”Artichoke Basille’s Pizza New York's Artichoke Basille Pizza: Why The Controversy?Ann Arbor vs DetroitYpsilanti, MIDetroit-style pizzaBilly Bishop Toronto City AirportVillanova, PACode audit - WikipediaSwiftLintSwiftFormatSwift Enums Are 'Sum' Types. That Makes Them Very InterestingYak Shaving DefinedBikesheddingGet a new Fatal Error episode every week by becoming a supporter at patreon.com/fatalerror.
March 30, 2018
This week, Chris and Soroush discuss Soroush’s efforts to implement BigDecimal in Swift, recap Teki Con, and take a detour into evolutionary biology.Get a new Fatal Error episode every week by becoming a supporter at patreon.com/fatalerror.
March 16, 2018
This week, Soroush and Chris get ready for Dynamic Callable and Dynamic Member Lookup by thinking through how you could use them to mock objects for testing. Plus: more Booleans, national parks, and chat about testing in general.#Pragma Conference 2017 - Soroush Khanlou - You Deserve Nice ThingsTeki ConSE-0199: Adding toggle to BoolEpisode 59: Why did they even hire Chris??Mutating and Nonmutating FunctionsGoogle Image Search: Gates of the Arctic National ParkDynamic Callable & Dynamic Member LookupMartin Fowler: Mocks Aren't StubsRoy Williams: Tautology [email protected] on TwitterGist by Soroush: How to generate a hex string for push notificationsGet a new Fatal Error episode every week by becoming a supporter at patreon.com/fatalerror.
March 9, 2018
This week, Soroush talks Chris through his efforts to make an improvement to the Swift standard library.Get a new Fatal Error episode every week by becoming a supporter at patreon.com/fatalerror.
March 2, 2018
This week, Chris and Soroush talk about impostor syndrome, starting a new job, team dynamics and rockstar developers. Then: toggling booleans and the Law of Demeter!“No Feigning Surprise” - Recurse CenterFear, Uncertainty, and Doubt - CocoaLove 2014Impostor SyndromeThe Inner JSON EffectBus FactorSalary Negotiation: Make More Money, Be More Valued“’You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take’” - Wayne Gretzky” - Michael Scott"Every great developer you know got there by solving problems they were unqualified to solve until they actually did it." - Patrick McKenzie“People sometimes ask me how I learned the crazy stuff I like to do. This is how.”SE-0199 – Adding toggle to BoolLaw of DemeterYou Deserve Nice ThingsGet a new Fatal Error episode every week by becoming a supporter at patreon.com/fatalerror.
Feb. 23, 2018
This week’s episode turns into a grab bag of nerdy topics: home automation, Raspberry Pis, music, time, and also MoviePass.
Feb. 16, 2018
This week, Chris and Soroush discuss the world of independent Cocoa conferences, then debate Chris Lattner’s recently-accepted dynamic member lookup proposal.The end of the conference eraRelease NotesStrange LoopCocoa LoveCingletonGitHub: Lascorbe/CocoaConferencesNSScreencastDestroy All Software ScreencastsPoint-FreeSwift TalkTeki ConSwiftFestSoroush Khanlou - You Deserve Nice ThingsXOXO FestivalSE-0195: Introduce User-defined "Dynamic Member Lookup" TypesSE-0195 Review ThreadTensorFlowProposal draft: Introduce User-defined Dynamically "callable" TypesSourceryGet a new Fatal Error episode every week by becoming a supporter at patreon.com/fatalerror.
Feb. 9, 2018
Chris and Soroush talk about boring startuppy administrative code, web frameworks in shell languages, before moving on to Vapor 3 and Swift 4.1. Conditional conformance is going to be huge. Huge! They close out the show talking about running your own little Heroku.Listen to the whole episode — and get access to the entire Fatal Error back catalog — at patreon.com/fatalerror.
Feb. 2, 2018
After an update on Chris's bread project, Soroush tells Chris about Firebase Cloud Functions, and we discuss deduplicating some report-generation code in Soroush's current project.Saltie's FocacciaChris’s breadCensysEpisode 44: Grab BagFirebase AnalyticsFirebase Realtime DatabaseFirebase StorageFirebase Cloud FunctionsAWS LambdaParse (Wikipedia)ES7 Async/AwaitBabeltoLocaleDateString()React NativeSuperdistribution - Brad CoxChris Lattner: Concurrency in Swift: One approachMozilla Hacks: Why WebAssembly is Faster Than asm.jsJavaScriptCoreCertificate Transparency
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