In this episode, you’ll gain insight into the development of software from a humanitarian perspective. You’ll learn how to design platforms with empathy, sympathy, and compassion in mind to make the world a better place and improve user experience.
In this episode, Mark Price returns to share his insights on the latest developments in .NET, from GraphQL and traditional REST type APIs to OData, .NET Maui and Blazor. He provides helpful advice on how to most effectively learn about these technologies, and gives an honest perspective on the future of .NET.
In this episode of the .NET Core Podcast we are joined by Ashley Burke, Karla Reffold, and Divya Mudgal for a roundtable on how to get into Cyber Security without necessarily having to take technical training or have development skills.
In this episode, Dave Glick joins us to talk about Statiq, what static site generation is and what it isn’t, and we talk about the JAM Stack, BAM Stack, what they are and whether they are different sides of the same coin.
In this episode of the .NET Core Podcast Carl-Hugo Marcotte returned to talk about the second edition of his book ‘An Atypical ASP.NET Core 6 Design Patterns Guide’ and some advice for developers on their journey
In this episode Oren Eini joined us to talk about RavenDB, the inspiration for it, how he wrote it to solve a number of problems that he was having with real projects, and the fact that he built it using the pre-release versions of .NET Core
In this episode, JetBrains developer advocate Maarten Balliauw joins us to talk about remote development, orchestration and onboarding new developers, and why you should check out JetBrains Fleet and Space