Ron Lichty talks with SE-Radio’s Nate Black about managing programmers. Topics include: why programming management is hard, what makes a good programming manager, the costs of micromanagement, self-organizing teams, team dynamics and motivation, and product team performance. Related links Ron Lichty’s blog Ron Lichty Consulting Managing the Unmanageable “If we’re Agile, why do we […]
Kasam Shaikh shares a video showing how to deploy an ASP.NET MVC web application on Amazon Web Services (AWS), using Microsoft Visual Studio 2017.
.NET Core 2 is shipped – what comes next? While at Ignite in Orlando, Carl and Richard chatted with Scott Hunter about life after shipping .NET Core 2. The conversation ranges over what the .NET Standard really means, and the fact that there are no imm…
Perhaps answering the tabs-vs.-spaces indentation question forever, a developer has used Google’s BigQuery analytics tool to investigate all things related to the C# programming language in GitHub’s vast trove of open source code projects.
Developers — predictably — are revolting against the new icons introduced by Microsoft for Visual Studio Code, the open source, cross-platform little cousin to the Visual Studio IDE.
Rick Strahl describes a simple ASP.NET Server control that can render literal Markdown text inside of ASPX pages, and turn the literal text into Markdown.
Welcome to The Stack Overflow Podcast episode #119 recorded Thursday, October 12, 2017 at the Stack Overflow HQ in NYC. Today’s motley crew includes VP and GM of Stack Overflow Jay Hanlon, CTO David Fullerton, News Editor Ilana Yitzhaki, me, Producer Jess. Joining us are very special guests Michael Ludden, Director of Product at IBM Developer labs for IBM Watson, and SO Content Marketing Manager Rachel Ferrigno.
Maher Jendoubi creates a Docker image with an ASP.NET Core 2.0 application and runs his application on any Docker host.
We talk with Rachel Nabors about all things animation, and she comes bearing discount codes. CCleaner is infected. Machine learning in the browser. And Edge comes to iOS and Android.
The new joint project provides an open source deep learning library “to more easily and quickly build machine learning models without compromising training performance.”