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Check out what some of the listeners have to say about the show:
Thanks for this amazing podcast.
Ton of information from a host that truly loves the subject.
Both the longer interview style episodes, as well as the shorter “here's a thing you may not know about”/“feature overview” episodes are great! .net core being an emerging technology, it's nice having a podcast dedicated to it :)
Love this show, fantastic content and the host is thorough and entertaining. 5 Thumbs up!
…errr, 2 - I suppose. I only have 2 thumbs to put up. Sorry for the waffle!
Apple Podcasts Reviews
Been a developer for twenty years the stackoverflow chat was very insightful being from the U.K. myself had no idea most their team was based here loved the conversation be safe everyone.
I have been listening since I hear it was coming out on the Coding Blocks podcast. It always has great content and interesting topics. You can tell Jamie geeks out about the content sometimes but I think it just draws you in more. Some of the information I learned on this podcast has made me an avid promoter of .net core and I have used it to convince my employer to let me write our new apps in .net core.
Okay, so the name is really a bit of a joke given this is THE .NET Core Podcast, but jokes aside, I love this podcast. The host really manages to get some good talks about topics I care to learn about. I'm hoping to dive deep enough into PowerShell Core to have enough talking points to get an interview myself cough. Give the show a listen, if you live in the .NET world, you'll absolutely enjoy it!
You might be busy with the day job. Writing WPF or supporting an ASP.NET app that hasn’t needed to make the leap. You know the switch to .net core is coming. But when is it coming for you. This podcast is great to get your feet wet without getting into the weeds that frustrates so many of us that are busy. #recommended.
I am particulary enjoying this podcast! it's great to catch something in the early days. I'm sure this podcast is going to continue to grow!
Loved all the episodes. Quality is great both content and audio. Very well presented with well known guests.
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