Derrick Story is back from sunlight twenty-two hours a day in Iceland. He talks to George Jardine about shooting pictures and working on them in Adobe's Lightroom. Chuck Toporek talks with Google's Brian Fitzpatrick Google Code and Subversion and Andy Oram talks about Linux Certification Testing with James Stanger. (DTF 08-14-2006: 25 minutes 40 seconds)
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0:50 Leopard and Vista
I've just come back from a week at Apple's WorldWide Developer Conference full of religion. I'm beginning this week's DTF with a quick look at the Microsoft baiting at WWDC and a look at the ongoing religious war between the two camps. (2:25)
3:15 Google Code
O'Reilly Senior Editor Chuck Toporek talks to Google engineer Brian Fitzpatrick about Google Code, Subversion, and about the student program at this year's WWDC. (6:05)
9:20 Lightroom in Iceland
Have you checked out the O'Reilly Lightroom site? Online Editorial Director, photographer, and author Derrick Story was one of the talented photographers to travel on the Iceland Adventure to take photographs and then experiment with Lightroom. Here Derrick talks to Adobe Digital Imaging Evangelist George Jardine about the experience. You can also listen to the full conversation.(7:40)
17:00 Linux Certification
Andy Oram closes out this week's show with an interview he conducted at this year's OSCON with James Stanger. The two talked about Linux Certification and about LPI. (8:05)
Total running time: 25:40
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