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Deep Fried Bytes Episode #18: PDC 2008 Podcaster Roundtable with StackOverflow and Herding Code

Posted by Keith Elder | Posted in Podcast | Posted on 07-11-2008

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PDC 2008 was a blast and as previous noted Deep Fried Bytes was there onsite recording live!  We talked about meeting up with fellow podcasters before PDC and finally on Thursday we were able to put together a podcaster round table session together to recap all the events from PDC. 

Joining us on this show is Jeff Atwood of Stackoverflow and Jon Gallow, Scott Koon and Kevin Dente of Herding Code.  We are doing something a little different with this episode.  To help everyone cross pollinate listeners, we posted the first part of this conversation to Deep Fried, and Herding Code is posting the second part of the show on their site.  It is a great show, we cover lots of announcements from PDC and everyone weighs in with their own special take on the events.  Enjoy.

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