We’ll be taking a short vacation, here at The .NET Core Podcast, and will be back on September 10th, 2021. So here’s a shorter episode about what we’ll be doing during the down time, some of the episodes which will be coming up, and a few ways to get in touch with the show.
In this episode, Otto Dobretsberger joined us to introduce us to Photino - a technology for running web-based applications natively on your devices, regardless of the operating system used, using the latest that .NET has to offer.
In this episode, Drake Williams joined us to talk about some of his Open Source projects which he started for fun, including Rom Sorter and the GPS game server Praxis Mapper. He also shares some top tips for building applications without breaking out of your personal bandwidth.
In this episode, Iris Classon returned to talk with us about her new book The Unlikely Success of a Copy-Paste Developer, some of the lessons that all developers must learn throughout their careers, and that it’s OK to get things wrong.
In this episode we talked with Josh Hurley and Norm Johanson about how far .NET has come since the .NET Framework 1.0 days, about the support that Amazon’s AWS has for .NET, and Amazon’s new AWS Microservice Extractor for .NET tool.
In this episode we talked with Dr. Felienne Hermans about her book The Programmer’s Brain. We also discussed things like code reading clubs, and strategies for learning a new code base on a deeper level.