The Gorilla team is building an API store for LLMs, DeviceScript is Microsoft’s new TypeScript programming environment for microcontrollers, Nyxt is a hackable browser written in Lisp, Morgan Housel writes about expectations debt & I issue a gentle reminder to my fellow software engineers: there’s still no silver bullet.
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(00:00) - Intro (Apple Podcasts)
(00:49) - Gorilla
(01:47) - DeviceScript
(02:34) - Nyxt
(03:13) - Sponsor: Raycast
(04:00) - Expectations Debt
(05:36) - Still no silver bullet
(07:20) - Outro