Script & Style Show: Episode 28: “Get Off My Lawn”, and Other Software Stories with Eric Brandes

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In this episode:  Todd and David kick things off bantering about cell phones, Android rot, and the good old days of Windows XP and piracy.  Todd's colleague Eric Brandes gets us back on track with a discussion about trusting proven technologies, not chasing the latest fads, how TrackJS is able to provide an amazing utility on a modern codebase, and more.  Enjoy!

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