I talk with the round table from the Handmade Seattle 2022 memory management podcast, featuring: Evan Ovadia, John Austin, Ryan Fleury
Our conversation is split into two parts. In this part we discuss: paradigm shifts in programming tools, the viability of visual programming for general purpose programming, the pros and cons of tight coupling of tools into one bigger tool, usability possibilities that have not been explored for visual programming systems, and the things to watch out for when exploring functionally infinite design spaces.
You can find more from these guests at:
Evan Ovadia - https://verdagon.dev
John Austin - https://johnaustin.io
Ryan Fleury - https://www.rfleury.com