In this episode, Carl Sargunar joins us to discuss the changes made to .NET which make it easier than ever to develop applications across a variety of devices and architectures. Carl provides insight into the barriers that have been removed, and how Docker, Visual Studio Code, and other tools can be used to quickly get started.
In this episode of the .NET Core Podcast M. Scott Ford joined us to talk about managing your applications and legacy code, what legacy code is, why tests are important, and how to stay up to date with everything in our industry.
In this episode, Isaac Levin joins us to talk about what a developer advocate is, how AWS is helping out with open source-projects (especially those which use .NET), and how some developers might not know that you can host .NET applications on AWS.
Mike James, the CEO of Avalonia, shares insights on its inception over a decade ago and its journey to becoming a community-driven project, boasting over a thousand contributors worldwide. James discusses the challenges of web development, and the team’s focus on building quality documentation to support developer experiences.
In this episode of the .NET Core Podcast Stephen Cleary walked us through his Comparers library and how comparison of objects in .NET is not as trivial as you might first think. Especially when two different objects mean different things to different bounded contexts.
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.