Story: Coding Machines
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What if the tools you trust were actually betraying you? Join us for a riveting story where a team of software developers discovers that their compiler is compromised. What starts as suspicion of a simple bug quickly escalates into the alarming realization.   In this 100th episode celebration past show regulars Don and Krystal join Adam lend their voice to this work of fiction about the limits of trust in computing from Lawrence Kesteloot.   Join us in as we peel back the layers of trust in the software we rely on daily and celebrate our 100th episode. Episode Page Support The Show Subscribe To The Podcast Join The Newsletter  
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