This is the 34th episode of the StackOverflow podcast, where Joel and Jeff discuss the following:






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In this episode we’re talking to Anneke Kleppe about model-driven software development and language engineering. We start with her involvement in the creation of the Object Constraint Language (OCL) and discuss the intial expactations, actual experienc…






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Scott’s on holiday in South Africa with his family this month. Rather than doing repeats or “best of” shows, Scott’s doing man-on-the-street interviews and uploading them over cell phone. In this episode, Scott talks to Victor, a lawyer and lecturer at…






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David Aiken is back, this time to lay down the skinny on Azure. What can you do with it? What doesn’t it do? All this and more! Now how much would you pay???






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Oren Eini spoke to Carl and Richard at 0redev in Malmo, Sweden in November about the latest version of Rhino Mocks, Oren’s mocking framework. Oren also talks about mocking in General.






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This is the thirty-third episode of the StackOverflow podcast, where Joel and
Jeff sit down with special guest Babak Ghahremanpour, the lead developer for FogBugz.






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Scott’s on holiday in South Africa with his family this month. Rather than doing repeats or “best of” shows, Scott’s doing man-on-the-street interviews and uploading them over cell phone. In this episode, Scott talks to Vusi, an IT sales manager from J…






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Chris Sells is here to explain Oslo for real. Don and Doug couldn’t really dig deep into Oslo before the PDC, but now that it has been announced, Chris is here to splain it to everyone in clear English.






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