Video Monday | SQLite: The Database at the Edge of the Network

Dr. Richard Hipp - creator of SQLite - provides a great view into the history of SQLite and situations where it really shines. SQLite is a database designed to live at the edge of the network with no DBA to tend to it.

Video Monday | Donald Knuth's 21st Annual Christmas Lecture

Donald Knuth is an American computer scientist, mathematician, and professor emeritus at Stanford University. He is best known for being the author of The Art of Computer Programming series of books.

Video Monday | JavaScript: The Good Parts

Today’s video is titled “JavaScript: The Good Parts” by Douglas Crockford Douglas Crockford is a software developer that is well known in the JavaScript community. He popularized the JSON data format and develops JSLint and JSMin tools.

Video Monday | How NOT to Store Passwords

How NOT to Store Passwords! - Computerphile In light of several recent rather well known website hacks I thought it might be worth sharing this video about how how to NOT store passwords in your systems.

Video Monday | Ideas about a new programming language for games

This video is by Jonathan Blow entitled “Ideas about a new programming language for games.” Jonathan is an independent game developer known for the critically acclaimed game Braid and currently working on a new game titled The Witness.

Video Monday | IBM Control Program of Operating System/360

It’s Monday again and time for me to share with you another awesome throwback video from the past. Today’s video is titled “IBM CONTROL PROGRAM OF OPERATING SYSTEM/360” and an introduction to IBM’s OS/360.

Video Monday | Robert C. Martin @ OOP2015 'Agility and Architecture'

It’s time for another Video Monday! Today I have a very good Keynote by Robert C. Martin at OOP 2015. Do agile methods abandon architecture for speed? Do they replace good design decisions with mindless testing?

Video Monday | AT&T Archives: The UNIX Operating System

It’s time for another Video Monday. Today’s video is a bit of a throwback to an earlier time. It’s a video called “The UNIX Operating System” from the AT&T Archives.

Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us

The above video is a short excerpt from a talk given by Dan Pink about his book Drive. It a thought provoking video. What does motivate people?

Growing a Language by Guy Steele

This is an amazing funny video about programming languages. This was a keynote by Guy Steele at The ACM SIGPLAN Conference OOPSLA'98. For those confused by the acronyms: