Damon Wayans began his career doing standup comedy in Los Angeles, and went on to co-create "In Living Color" with his brother, Keenan Ivory Wayans. Damon has also starred in movies, as well as his own sitcom, "My Wife and Kids." His first book, "Bootleg" made the New York Times Bestseller list in 1999, and in 2010 he released "Red Hats: A Novel."
His software company, Akabe5, produces mobile apps for iOS and Android, including "Flick Dat" and "Diddeo."
The episode is available for download and on demand streaming here.
A big thank you to everyone for their support of Coding 101, because without our fans it would not exist. A show about programming has always been a part of our vision for TWiT, and starting this week we are making changes to the format of the show.
Instead of focusing on teaching code and jumping from one language to the next, we will be interviewing developers/programmers/coders and taking a deeper dive into their work. We plan to cover everything from coding to programming philosophy and plan to integrate more projects on the show.
With this shift in focus, Shannon Morse is leaving Coding 101, but she is not leaving our network. I am happy to announce that Shannon will be returning as a contributor to Before You Buy with weekly product reviews. While I know that Shannon is very busy with her work outside our network, we are looking forward to keeping her presence on TWiT.
Stay tuned as we continue to improve our existing shows and announce new ones!
Next week, Leo and I will be traveling to Austin, Texas, where we are meeting with the team at Four Kitchens to work on TWiT’s website redesign for 2015.
We’re also having a meetup on Thursday, October 23, from 7pm to 9pm.
Here are the location details:
The Westin Austin at The Domain
11301 Domain Drive, Austin, TX 78758
We will be meeting in the lounge, near the bar inside the hotel lobby, and the team from Four Kitchens will be joining us as well. Of course, all ages are welcome.
If you’re in the area, we'd love to meet you!