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Hello everyone and welcome to THE .NET Core podcast - the only podcast which is devoted to:
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and not forgetting The .NET Core community, itself.
I am your host, Jamie “GaProgMan” Taylor, and this is episode 17: ASP.NET Core’s Middleware Pipeline with Andrew Lock. In this episode I interviewed Andrew Lock about the ASP.NET Core Middleware Pipeline. Some of you may know Andrew Lock from his recently published book ASP.NET Core in Action or his blog.
So let’s sit back, open up a terminal, type in
dotnet new podcast and let the show begin.
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Andrew Lock Introduction
People will probably mostly know me from my blog. I started that about two and a half year ago, and that’s been just basically about ASP.NET Core.
I’m currently a software developer at a company in London called Elevate Direct and I’m living in Plymoth, so I’m working remotely. And my job is on the back end .NET services and APIs, and at the moment I’m mostly converting ASP.NET stuff to ASP.NET Core.
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That was my interview with Andrew Lock.
Be sure to check out the show notes for a bunch of links to some of the stuff that we covered, and a collection of text snippets from the interview. The show notes, as always, can be found at dotnetcore.show.
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I will see you again real soon. See you later folks.
- YouTube version of the episode
- Andrew Lock on twitter
- ASP.NET Core in Action
podnetcore18- this discount code will get you 40% off of Andrew’s book, in either physical, ebook or LiveBook formats
- it’s also good for all other books that they sell
- Andrew’s blog
- Andrew’s post on OWASP headers
- The first in my series of posts on OWASP headers