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Control Structure is a podcast about computer science, IT news, stories, opinions, tips, and tricks for programmers, testers, administrators of all types and more, for fun or for profit hosted by Andrew Bailey and guests. And also some other things, just because they are cool
 
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RASPBERRIES! Andrew and Steve are back at it again with some news about Microsoft, Google, Mozilla, and... music formats? News Oracle’s New Supercomputer Has 1,060 Raspberry Pis MARTINI: Real-Time RTIN Terrain Mesh / Vladimir Agafonkin / Observable Aussie ISV buys ads to wake up Google support – Software – CRN Australia Aussie ISV buys ads to wake …
 
After a long break, Steven and Andrew are back at it, talking about RASPBERRY!, Microsoft, Python, AMD, AVIF, and a few more things. It's been a long while. News Raspberry Pi 4 on sale now from $35 – Raspberry Pi Raspberry Pi 4 B+ – PCI Express macOS Catalina 10.15 Beta 5 Release Notes | Apple Developer Documentation Has the Python GIL been slain? …
 
No, Andrew and Steven have not sold out to Microsoft, but they sure do talk about it a lot! They also mention some games, and how Firefox totally broke over the weekend. News Windows gets a new terminal – TechCrunch GitHub – microsoft/Terminal: The new Windows Terminal, and the original Windows console host — all in the same place! Shipping a Linux…
 
After a normal period, Steve and Andrew talk about RASPBERRY!, new GPUs, old GPUs, Microsoft, lazy loading, and maybe something else, but I forgot. News Give Your Raspberry Pi SD Card a Break: Log to RAM | Hackaday 10 projects to try on your Raspberry Pi using this unusual programming language – TechRepublic Rumor: AMD May Add Ray Tracing Feature i…
 
After moving into a new place, Andrew and Steve talk about RASPBERRY!, content security, GANs, light web pages, USB, and some backup tales. News A Raspberry Pi Grimoire For The Command Line Wizard | Hackaday Safari’s default media controls get blocked when applying a Content-Security-Policy – Ctrl blog This Person Does Not Exist Untitled: https://t…
 
Coming back again, Steve and Andrew talk about dial up, Firefox, Internet Explorer, RAID accidents, and a few other tidbits. News Dial up server – Doge Microsystems Firefox 65.0, See All New Features, Updates and Fixes A new image format for the Web | WebP | Google Developers Mozilla Celebrates Release of Free, High-Quality Video Compression Techno…
 
After a long hiatus, Andrew and Steven return to tell you all about new RASPBERRY!, vulnerabilities, some gaming news, and some updates on Kickstarters. News Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ – Raspberry Pi Raspberry Pi made a cheaper version of its most powerful PC – The Verge Compute Module 3 Launch! – Raspberry Pi Post-mortem: MRI disables every iOS devic…
 
You've been upgraded! Andrew and Steven talk about YouTube being down, Winamp, Intel, TLS, Windows, Google, jQuery, and QuickTime. (The last one is not an upgrade!) News Ask HN: YouTube down? | Hacker News Winamp 5.8 Beta, Build 3660 (official) – Winamp & SHOUTcast Forums Winamp Winamp returns in 2019 to whip the llama’s ass harder than ever – Tech…
 
Andrew and Steve are back, talking about Raspberry!, Java, Telltale, Geocities, Wikipedia, Wifi, Chinese hardware, Windows, and Google Plus. News IoT LoRa Boards Launch on Kickstarter With Raspberry Pi, Micro:Bit, Arduino Support Java 11 Released This Dumb Industry: Telltale Autopsy – Twenty Sided DuckDuckGo Traffic Yahoo Japan is shutting down its…
 
Steven finally joins Andrew face to face to talk about how everyone hates Chrome, improved TLS, PCs, GIMP, inefficient software, Microsoft, Newegg, and Linux. News An open governance model for the AMP Project – Accelerated Mobile Pages Project 881410 – Incorrect transforms when stripping subdomains – chromium – Monorail Google Groups Google Wants t…
 
After having some Microsoft issues (both varieties), Andrew joins Steven and talk about Windows bugs, SMS, Valve, licenses, some feedback, and some chit-chat. News 24-core CPU and I can’t type an email (part one) | Random ASCII 24-core CPU and I can’t type an email (part two) | Random ASCII U.S. Investor Sues AT&T for $224 Million Over Loss of Cryp…
 
Time for a celebration! Control Structure now has more episodes than any other (real) show on the The Nexus! Steven and Andrew talk about RASPBERRY!, Windows, Chrome, processors, Java, Firefox, and Let's Encrypt. Then both talk about what they've been up to. Apologies for the poor audio quality, and occasional Steven dropouts. News Oil-Immersed Ras…
 
After a long hiatus, Andrew gets Steven to tell what he's been up to, RASPBERRY!, Microsoft, GPUs, domains at gunpoint, Linux, Firefox, CPUs, and Python. News Programming Minecraft on the Raspberry Pi—Wolfram Blog Microsoft + GitHub = Empowering Developers – The Official Microsoft Blog Terms of Service Violation GitHub – martenbjork/github-xp: Give…
 
Andrew joins Steven on his "last" show to talk RASPBERRY!, Ubuntu, TCP flow control, Microsoft, Magento, POWER, and Cisco. News PiGI – Raspberry Pi Geiger Counter – Hackster.io Ubuntu 18.04: Unity is gone, GNOME is back—and Ubuntu has never been better | Ars Technica PDF: 10-2018-05-15-bbr.pdf Say hello to Google One – TechCrunch Adobe to Acquire M…
 
After a hiatus, Andrew and Steve return to talk about AMD, Python, Java, SSDs, hard drives, and responsive images. Neat! News The AMD 2nd Gen Ryzen Deep Dive: The 2700X, 2700, 2600X, and 2600 Tested AMD’s Stock Price Jumps On News Of Stellar Earnings Spurred By Ryzen | HotHardware [UPDATE] AMD CPU Market Share Jumps 43% in April Alone, Steam Survey…
 
Steven and Andrew return to talk RASPBERRY!, operating systems, vulnerabilities (as usual), warranties, shady URLs, PDFs, Payara, and a smartphone (with a blast from the past). Sorry for the poor audio on this show. Skype, yo. News Raspberry Pi microSD card performance comparison – 2018 | Jeff Geerling Apple starting to alert users that it will end…
 
Andrew and Steve are back with some RASPBERRY!, Google lawsuits, Java (or is it Jakarta?), BluRay, AMD, Let's Encrypt, passwords, and TOTP. News Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ on sale now at $35 – Raspberry Pi Smartphone sales fall for first time ever, says Gartner – CNET Ex-Google recruiter: I was fired because I resisted “illegal” diversity efforts | Ar…
 
Steve and Andrew are excited to talk about RASPBERRY! hosted IoT, fake real missiles, Libreoffice, AMD, Mozilla, MPEG, Xerox, and threats of being a barista. News How to build your own private smart home with a Raspberry Pi and Mozilla’s Things Gateway – Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog Block ads on your network with Raspberry Pi and pi-hole …
 
Andrew and Steven talk about RASPBERRY!, false alarms, Ubuntu, Firefox, encryption standards, and old mainframes. News Now there’s an Alexa skill to help out Raspberry Pi tinkerers | TechRadar Take a former NSA head hacker, a Raspberry Pi, weird Kiwi radios and what do you get? • The Register Hawaii missile mix-up: That was no ‘wrong button.’ Take …
 
Steve wakes Andrew up to have a podcast in 2008. After sorting things out, they talk about Spectre, Meltdown, iPhone batteries, blockchains, Chrome, ADSL, Amazon, Crytek, Excel, and a few other things, because it's been a while. Banter Talking about each other has been moved to The Fringe. Please see The Fringe, episode 460, at about 20 minutes in.…
 
After commenting on Steven's shack, Andrew and him talk about abandoned IoT, Firefox, Chrome, Vegas, Intel, AMD, Python, Linux, and the dangers of leaving computers unlocked. Links Firefox — Notes (57.0) — Mozilla Entering the Quantum Era—How Firefox got fast again and where it’s going to get faster – Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog Fearless…
 
Steve talks about his new place, Andrew talks about pizza, then they talk about RASPBERRY!, Apple, WPA2 WiFi, lots of updates for pretty much everything, Kinect, Humble Bundle, Microwave Assisted Magnetic Recording, MDN, and go down some rabbit holes. News LAME MP3 Encoder :: Software Downloads Active cooling your Raspberry Pi 3 – Embedded Learning…
 
Steven returns and joins Andrew to talk about 64 gigs of RAM, cars, CCleaner, Apache, DNS, Adblock, Firefox, Java, Equifax (again), refresh buttons, and some love and hate. Banter Salvaging Your Way to a Working Tesla Model S for $6500 | Hackaday News Cisco’s Talos Intelligence Group Blog: CCleanup: A Vast Number of Machines at Risk Optionsbleed – …
 
ARRR! Andrew wants you to know he'll be observin' International Talk Like A Pirate Day! Steven gets in on the fun. Then they talk boring stuff, like space probes, RASPBERRY!, Google, C, NGINX, Linux, Oracle, Java, and Equifax. Banter International Talk Like A Pirate Day – Sept. 19, every year since 2002 Talk like a Pirate – YouTube Cassini: The Gra…
 
After a summer eclipse vacation, Andrew and Steve return to talk some RASPBERRY!, Windows, BSD, old school game hacks, and talk a lot about Google. Banter Amazon eclipse glasses recall creates panic for buyers, sellers | KGW.com Google Maps 201708 – apenwarr Epistle 3 – Marc Laidlaw News Use Raspberry Pi for a Modern Day Telegraph | Make: ​Raspberr…
 
Andrew talks about his brother leaving, his car getting fixed, then joins Steven to talk about Microsoft, Flash, AMD, Talos 2, GNOME, passwords, and a few other things. Banter Eclipse2017 | Total Solar Eclipse 2017 An unfortunate misunderstanding – Conclusion – All of Garden – One man’s quest to eat all the pasta News MS Paint is here to stay – Win…
 
After a hiatus, Andrew explains why his new computer has been crashing, Steve has lots of RASPBERRY!, then they both talk about Windows, procedural planets, HTTPS, decompression bombs, the trials of multicore, and hard drives. Banter the Andrew Bailey An unfortunate misunderstanding – All of Garden – One man’s quest to eat all the pasta News Weeken…
 
After a month, Steve and Andrew talk about smelly voicemails, RASPBERRY!, Windows, Debian, AMD, Firefox, Opus, indie gaming, Firewire, SSH, and other neat tidbits. Banter Ringless voicemail spam won’t be exempt from anti-robocall rules | Ars Technica Smell PGH lets you report weird smells in Pittsburgh | TechCrunch News PolarCloud (Beta) GreenPiThu…
 
In light of massive living arrangement changes, Steven explains to Andrew how to use vim, while Andrew pontificates on CPU manufacturers, then both talk about patents, Windows, Wikipedia, Linux utility fun (not vim), t-time, and flint strikers. News Stack Overflow: Helping One Million Developers Exit Vim – Stack Overflow Blog Trapped | CommitStrip …
 
Andrew talks about the story behind last week's podcast, Steven talks RASPBERRY!, then they talk about lots of exploits, Python, Linux, SQL, and viewer feedback! Banter Control Structure #127: Hold The Light Still – YouTube Google shuts down Burger King’s cunning TV ad – The Verge News How to use Google Assistant on the Raspberry Pi Get a Dell Opti…
 
Andrew buys parts for a new PC, and builds it, while Steven hangs around. You really should watch this in video format: Your browser does not support the video tag. Parts (these are affiliate links, so we make some money if you buy them) AMD RYZEN 7 1800X 8-Core 3.6 GHz (4.0 GHz Turbo) Socket AM4 95W YD180XBCAEWOF Desktop Processor Thermaltake Cont…
 
The same old guys (Andrew and Steve) go at it again with RASPBERRY!, Ubuntu, Electron, bash, Steam, and some other things they forgot. News Add GPS Time and Location to a Raspberry Pi Project From the Canyon Edge: ThankHN: A Thank-You Note to the HackerNews Community, from Ubuntu Growing Ubuntu for cloud and IoT, rather than phone and convergence |…
 
Andrew talks about how he got fired, then Steve jumps in, and they talk about XFCE, Orange Pi, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, AMD, Google, Ubuntu, and so much more. It's been a while! Banter Fallout 4 | the Andrew Bailey This Xfce Bug Is Wrecking Users’ Monitors – OMG! Ubuntu! News Raspberry Pi Zero W rival: New $10 Orange Pi 2G-IoT hooks into mobile ne…
 
After talking about Chris' scheduling, Andrew and Steve talk about RASPBERRY!, the tinker board, Amazon, Firefox, Cloudflare, Windows, AMD Ryzen, emoji, and MediaWiki. News New product! Raspberry Pi Zero W joins the family – Raspberry Pi Asus Tinker Board – YouTube Summary of the Amazon S3 Service Disruption in the Northern Virginia (US-EAST-1) Reg…
 
After mentioning what Trump is doing, Andrew and Steve talk about AMD Ryzen, benchmarks, web bloat, hardware extravagence, neural net colors, and PuTTY. Banter Trump Tracker Track Trump. The First 100 Days News AMD Ryzen 7 Launch Event!!! – YouTube AMD Ryzen 7 1800X 8 Core CPU Benchmarks Leaked – Giving Intel’s $1000+ 8-Cores A Run For Their Money …
 
After reminiscing about the cookout a fortnight ago, Steve and Andrew talk about how kids can't use computers, RASPBERRY!, Samsung, PC hardware, Mozilla, Linux, Google, and Microsoft. Banter Ringing in 2017 with updates to our Google Voice apps Kids can’t use computers… and this is why it should worry you Image: thinkdiffernt.jpg News Compute Modul…
 
People got things for Christmas! Well, probably. Andrew and Steve talk about annoying recruiters, LG, IoT, routers, Firefox, cameras, Microsoft, golang, Cyanogen, old kernels, and compiling (stand by). Banter Lockheed P-38 Lightning – 3DLabPrint Things I Send to Recruiters News Darren Cauthon on Twitter: “Family member’s tv is bricked by Android ma…
 
In the middle of a snowstorm, Steve and Andrew discuss RASPBERRY!, AMD, Bitcoin, storage, Microsoft, web fonts, and a few more tidbits, like designing a rather graphic lawn mowing simulator. News How to Convert Old Film Reels With a Raspberry Pi – IEEE Spectrum AMD introduces Radeon Instinct: Accelerating Machine Intelligence AMD Ryzen news | PC Ga…
 
After a while of not podcasting, Andrew and Steve get back into action. They talk about building features, RASPBERRY!, Backblaze, AMD, Google, Microsoft, Oracle, and the new Andrew Bailey. Banter 12 Signs You’re Working in a Feature Factory – Hacker Noon Uploading to testpypi · Issue #153 · pypa/twine · GitHub News Raspberry Pi 3 snags LTE support …
 
Steve and Andrew catch up on Apple dissappoint, Microsoft, insecurity, HTML, Let's Encrypt, another Google fatality, blog plans, turkeys, and some other little things. News All the disappointments from Apple’s MacBook Pro event Requiem for the Mac Pro Microsoft Surface Studio | Powerful workstation designed for the creative process Untitled: http:/…
 
Our old friend Christopher joins Andrew and Steve to talk about some games, IoT, VeraCrypt, voting software, voting hardware, growing hardware, the LHC, doomed projects, CSP, and a few other tidbits. Banter Star Citizen: Full CitizenCon 2016 Presentation – YouTube The Elder Scrolls Official Site | Skyrim Special Edition Steam Community :: Group Ann…
 
After mentioning Google's new iPhone, Steven and Andrew talk about BLACKBERRY! (yes), RASPBERRY!, Microsoft, Dropbox, the internet of threats (IoT), SSL "marketshare", pgAdmin, NBASE-T, and metafactories. Banter Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL phones start at $649 and $769, pre-orders begin today | Ars Technica News Goodbye QWERTY: BlackBerry stops mak…
 
After talking about a company picnic, Andrew and Steve talk about some RASPBERRY!, dead hard drives, Microsoft, LSB, Intel, Digital Homicide, file URIs, Netbeans, Payara, Oracle, and a few other tidbits that they thought was relevant at the time. Banter Uber’s First Self-Driving Fleet Arrives in Pittsburgh This Month – Bloomberg News RaspAnd has An…
 
After talking about happenings around town, Steve and Andrew talk about RASPBERRY!, GE, Microsoft, SSH, CSS, Linux, password breaches, and full server encryption. Banter Uber’s First Self-Driving Fleet Arrives in Pittsburgh This Month – Bloomberg Bridge Fire Burned To 1,200 Degrees, Contractor Taking Responsibility « CBS Pittsburgh News PiBakery – …
 
After Steve has problems spelling "dual", he and Andrew talk about working, interviews, RASPBERRY, Microsoft, Mozilla, encryption, Inbox.com, KeePass plugins, and other tidbits. Banter Tearful mum thanks Pokémon Go for changing autistic boy’s life The ALS Association Syonyk’s Project Blog: Solar Shed Summary: My Off Grid Office Wanted: Ninja Rockst…
 
In the middle of summer, Andrew and Steve talk about old consoles, space, Microsoft, documentation, HTTPS, CSS, and time tables. Banter AtTheNexusTV – YouTube The quest to get a unique SNES CD-ROM prototype working again | Ars Technica Decades later, an external workaround for the Sega Saturn’s robust DRM | Ars Technica CommitStrip | The blog relat…
 
Steve and Andrew catch up on a few things, like RASPBERRY!, .NET, Seafile, and Windows 10 (Andrew had an adventure!) Banter Gordon Food Service Distribution and Stores | GFS.com Ceratopogonidae – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia News Is Android coming to Raspberry Pi? Founder Eben Upton reveals the claims are ‘promising’ | WIRED UK Announcing .NET …
 
After talking about cicadas and The Raphael Parable, Andrew and Steve talk about putting things on Github, Raspberry!, Firefox, Microsoft, ransomware, and headphones. Banter Periodical cicadas – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Noise of periodical 17-year cicadas – YouTube Dog-day cicada – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Delaware Annual Cicadas – …
 
On this short and sweet episode, Andrew talks about getting runner's high, Steve talks about printing and having a tong, then both discuss implications of Oracle vs Google. Banter Neurobiological effects of physical exercise – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Feats Dihedral (aeronautics) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Untitled: https://theandre…
 
It's Chris's birthday! Steve is amazed by infrared cameras, Andrew poses a hypothetical Apple scenario, then both talk about hard drives, IOT destruction, new hardware, Certbot, the NSA, Ubuntu, 3D printers, and a time table app. Banter Today is +Christopher Bauhof’s birthday. Thanks for all the good times. I hope… Artem vs. Predator News Apple Sto…
 
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