TL;DR (Episode 01) - WebAssembly, Github, TensorFlow, Elixir 1.3 and more ...

GitHub announces unlimited private repositories for all paid accounts, Electron hits 1.0, and we play Angry Bots in WebAssembly enabled browser, a new bytecode format suitable for compilation to the web.

https://www.w3.org/community/webassembly/ https://github.com/webassembly https://hacks.mozilla.org/2016/03/a-webassembly-milestone/ https://github.com/WebAssembly/design/blob/master/HighLevelGoals.md https://www.w3.org/community/webassembly/participants http://ast.run

Github Announcement

https://github.com/pricing

TensorFlow (Google's Open Source Machine Intelligence)

https://www.tensorflow.org http://googleresearch.blogspot.com/2016/04/deepmind-moves-to-tensorflow.html https://medium.com/@mjhirn/tensorflow-wins-89b78b29aafb#.k1d39hd8a

The Team behind Siri debuts its next-generation AI: "Viv"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MI07aeZqeco

Electron 1.0

http://electron.atom.io/ http://electron.atom.io/blog/2016/05/11/electron-1-0 https://github.com/blog/2167-electron-1-0-is-here

Elixir 1.3

http://elixir-lang.org/ http://tuvistavie.com/2016/elixir-1-3/

Elm 0.17

http://elm-lang.org/ http://elm-lang.org/blog/farewell-to-frp

Ending Video

Bits and Bytes - How Computer Programs Work

Huge thank you to Rob Dodson of Polycasts and LazyWeb for the idea and consent to do a LazyWeb spin-off.