Category: .NET

Best 2017 Podcasts for .NET Developers: The Hanselminutes Podcast http://hanselminutes.com/ By Scott Hanselman: http://www.hanselman.com/ Blog: http://www.hanselman.com/blog/ .NET Rocks! http://www.dotnetrocks.com/ By Carl Franklin…

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On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Eric Bishard drops by to talk about the future of energy, transportation, and how software will transform the products we use every day. Eric Bishard Eric Bishard is a Web Applications Engineer @SolarCity a wholly owned subsidiary of Tesla who thinks C# and JavaScript go together like Peanut […]

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Will 2017 be the year of .NET Core? Of course it will! I sat down with Scott Hunter (Director of Program Management for the .NET Platform) on the Eat Sleep Code podcast to talk about all things .NET. Scott shared plans for an exciting year of .NET development including the .NET Core 2 Wave, which […]

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Johannes talks with Rachel Laycock and Max Lincoln from ThoughtWorks about continuous delivery on Windows. The outline includes: introduction to continuous delivery; continuous integration; DevOps and ChatOps; decisions to be taken when implementing continuous delivery on windows; build tools on windows; packaging and deploy on windows; infrastructure automation and infrastructure as code with chef, puppet […]






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In this episode we have the pleasure of talking to Anders Hejlsberg, Chief Language Strategist at Microsoft. We started by discussing his more distant past, namely, his involvement with Turbo Pascal and Borland’s Delphi. We then looked at the influence…






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This episode is a discussion with Erik Meijer on LINQ. This is a relatively technical discussion about the following topics: what is LINQ, what are the common abstractions between the different data structures one can access with LINQ, what is the rela…






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In this Episode, we talk to Michael Stal, a Senior Principal Engineer at Siemens Corporate Technology, POSA 1 and 2 Co-Author and Editor of the german JavaSpetrum magazine. Since Michael’s core focus is middlware, much of our discussion centered around…






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In this Episode we talk to Ted Neward. Since Ted is active in the .NET and Java universes, we started out by discussing some of the differences between the two platforms. The main discussion, however, focussed on new features in the C# 3.0 language. Th…






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This is the second part of the remoting infrastructures discussion started in Episode 9. We take a look at how remoting infrastructures such as CORBA, .NET Remoting or Web Services work internally. This includes the low level details of the transport l…






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This Episode as well as the next one take a look at remoting infrastructures such as CORBA, .NET Remoting or Webservices. In this first part we will take a look at why remote communication is necessary in the first place, what remoting middleware can d…






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