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RedMonk Radio Episode 17: SOA, Mashups, SourceLabs, Crowds, and WinFS

In this episode, Steve, James, and Coté talk about:

  • The difference between “SOA” and “mashup”
  • SourceLabs Collaborative Systems Management
  • The Dope of the Crowds
  • WinFS

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Categories: Collaborative, Companies, Podcasts, RedMonk Radio Podcast, Systems Management.

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5 Responses

  1. Love the show, but the audio quality is terrible. I listen to several podcasts on the way back and forth from ork, and Redmonk consistently has great content and terrible audio quality. If you could *approach* TWIT in audio quality, I would be a happy man.

    Also, KILL the blowing in the mike for the obligatory "x is a customer of Redmonk" – I've got the volume turned up loud due to the terrible audio quality, and what would normally crack me up pisses me off instead – so much so that I wish you would tag such episodes so that I can skip them.

    JeremiahJuly 1, 2006 @ 9:34 am
  2. Thanks for the compliments — listening to the show despite the audio quality is kind of you 😉 We’ll work on getting the quality up.
    I’m sure there are a few steps I’m missing in editing. We’ll work on making you a happy man 😉

  3. Thanks muchly for the compliments. But yes indeed sorry for being a blow hard… we’ll have to look at that.

  4. Have to agree with Jeremiah. The podcast is great (as is D&R), but James really needs a new mic, or to record his end of the podcast and splice them together like how the Java Posse does it, instead of using the Skype audio. Cote, you and Stephen usually sound fine. Don’t worry though, the content is more than compelling enough to compensate for any noise or dropouts.

    Cote, I know you’re a big agile guy. I’d love to hear your thoughts in a future ‘cast on staying or becoming agile and keeping within Sarbanes Oxley and it’s documentation requirements.

    Keep up the great work boys..

  5. Gee, Michael Arrington making a flip comment? I can’t imagine.