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discussions on topics connected with software development; tools, techniques, skills, training, business

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Episodes

#106 Joe McBride, GraphQL for .NET

10/8/2018
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Joe McBride creator GraphQL .NET tells me about his implementation of the GraphQL standard.

Duration:00:40:47

#105 Jon Smith, Entity Framework Core 2.1 and Domain Driven Design

9/24/2018
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Jon Smith talks to me about Entity Framework Core 2.1, how to organize your EF code to meet the principles of domain driven design and his recent book on the topic.

Duration:00:47:07

#104 Laura Elizabeth, Design Advice for Engineers

9/10/2018
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Laura Elizabeth explains how engineers can improve their design skills.

Duration:00:34:16

#103 Jay Gambetta, IBM Quantum Information Science

8/27/2018
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Jay Gambetta of IBM talks about their new Quantum Information Science Kit which makes it easy to running chemistry, artificial intelligence and optimization applications on quantum computers.

Duration:00:29:17

#102 Spencer Schneidenbach, REST APIs

8/13/2018
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Spencer Schneidenbach talks about REST APIs, what makes a good one, who should design it, how to document it and why developer experience is so important.

Duration:00:33:53

#101 Andrew Lock, .NET Core

7/30/2018
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Andrew Lock, blogger and author of ASP.NET Core in Action talks to me about the .NET Core and why you should probably use it instead of Framework.

Duration:00:30:43

#100 Jeff Glennon, The Man Who Left Technology for Beer

7/16/2018
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Jeff Glennon used to be an agile consultant helping companies align their departments to deliver better software, but he left that world behind and is now the Chief Operations Officer at Night Shift Distributing, a distributor of craft beers and other beverages in Massachusetts. Jeff talks to me about his move, the skills he brought with him and what he has learned.

Duration:00:33:39

#99 Jimmy Bogard, Diving into Containers

7/2/2018
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Jimmy Bogard creator of AutoMapper, MediatR and HtmlTags talks to me about his move into the world of containers.

Duration:00:47:44

#98 Michael Brett, QxBranch – Commercial Quantum Computing

6/18/2018
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Michael Brett of QxBranch tells me about their work in the world of commercial quantum computing, their software and where he sees the industry going.

Duration:00:33:55

#97 Cliff Agius, Decision Making as a Pilot and Engineer

6/4/2018
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Cliff Agius, software engineer and pilot of Boeing 787's talks about decision making above the clouds and in the office.

Duration:00:57:41

#96 Steve Gordon, Http Client Factory in .NET Core 2.1

5/21/2018
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Steve Gordon and I talk about the new Http Client Factory in .Net Core 2.1. We cover what's new, what's different and how to use Polly, the .NET resilience framework with it.

Duration:00:35:33

#95 Ben Watson, High Performance .NET

5/7/2018
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Ben Watson, software engineer at Microsoft working on Bing and author of Writing High Performance .NET Code talks to me about his book and how to improve your code.

Duration:00:53:07

#94 Todd Gardner, Building Your Brand

4/23/2018
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Todd Gardner, founder of TrackJS talks about building its and his own brands, speaking, and growing a company.

Duration:00:35:32

#93 Ben Cull, From Developer to Startup Founder

4/9/2018
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Ben Cull tells be about his move from being a developer to the founder of a starup, why he decided to make the change and the success and failures along the way.

Duration:00:36:25

#92 Felienne Hermans, What is Programming?

3/26/2018
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Felienne Hermans has been asking the question "What is programming?", in this podcast she tells me why it is an important question and what she has found out.

Duration:00:37:33

#91 Adam Ralph, NServiceBus, Microservices and SOA

3/12/2018
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Summary Adam Ralph talks about the challenges of distributed systems, queues, coupling, and how NServiceBus helps with microservices, SOA and long running processes. Details Who he is, being "a white space bigot"; what he does; working for Particular, evangelist and engineer. What NServiceBus is, infrastructure for distributed systems, queues, retires. History of NServiceBus, commercial and free versions. Main reasons to us NServiceBus - abstracts the message transport, retires,...

Duration:00:47:46

#91 Adam Ralph, NServiceBus, Microservices and SOA

3/12/2018
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Adam Ralph talks about the challenges of distributed systems, queues, coupling, and how NServiceBus helps with microservices, SOA and long running processes.

Duration:00:47:46

#90 Kjersti Sandberg and Charlotte Lyng, Norwegian Developer Conferences

2/26/2018
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Summary Kjersti Sandberg and Charlotte Lyng of the Norwegian Developer Conference tell me what goes into organizing four major conferences around the world.Details Who they are, what they do. A little about how the conferences started. What is the Norwegian Developer Conference; spreading around the world, London, Oslo, Minnesota, Sydney. How they organize the conferences, finding local partners, crew, contractors, quality over quantity. How the conference grew. Balancing the content of...

Duration:00:35:45

#90 Kjersti Sandberg and Charlotte Lyng, Norwegian Developer Conferences

2/26/2018
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Kjersti Sandberg and Charlotte Lyng of the Norwegian Developer Conference tell me what goes into organizing four major conferences around the world.

Duration:00:35:45

#89 Mark Eisenberg, Breaking the Monolith

2/12/2018
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Summary Mark Eisenberg talks about the very long life of the software monolith, when it started, and how we have been trying to escape it since. Details Who he is, what he does. What is a monolith, tell-tale signs of a monolith, coupling and decoupling. Why we built monoliths. N-tiers and monoliths. Software is rarely a green field. Were we ever able to swap tiers. Advantages of a monolith, it's familiar. Companies need a visionary to effect change. Risk raises its head. SOA didn't work,...

Duration:00:39:58