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.NET Rocks! is an Internet Audio Talk Show for Microsoft .NET Developers.

.NET Rocks! is an Internet Audio Talk Show for Microsoft .NET Developers.

Location:

United States

Description:

.NET Rocks! is an Internet Audio Talk Show for Microsoft .NET Developers.

Language:

English

Contact:

302 State St. Ste 513 New London, CT 06320, USA (877) 273-4838


Episodes

Angular and RxJS with Sandi Barr

3/5/2020
How and why would you mix Angular and Reactive Extensions? While at NDC London, Carl and Richard chatted with Sandi Barr about her work building reactive applications where the front-end is Angular. Sandi talks about how Angular has ReactiveJS built-in and why you want to use reactive in your applications where you have streams of […]

Duration:00:55:04

Implementing Multifactor Authentication with Christine Seeman

2/26/2020
How do you implement multifactor authentication in your application? While at NDC in London, Carl and Richard chatted with Christine Seeman about what it takes to add multifactor authentication support to your application. Christine talks about all of the great tools that exist today to make it easier to put authentication tools to work. But […]

Duration:01:11:55

Getting Started Using Vue with Gwendolyn Faraday

2/20/2020
How do you get started with vue JS? While at NDC London, Carl and Richard talked to Gwendolyn Faraday about how she teaches people to develop with vue. Gwen breaks down what makes vue distinct as a development framework, and how you go about building, testing and deploying web apps. Want to build a native […]

Duration:00:51:20

Combating Illegal Fishing using Machine Learning with Carmel Eve and Jess Panni

2/13/2020
Technology doing good! While at NDC in London, Carl and Richard sat down with Carmel Eve and Jess Panni to talk about a project with OceanMind to use machine learning technology to track ships committing illegal acts. The conversation explores the nature of illegal fishing, but also how ships are used to smuggle drugs, human […]

Duration:01:02:10

AI That Helps You Code with Danny Simmons and Gustavo Soares

2/6/2020
What if Visual Studio could help you write better code? Carl and Richard talk to Danny Simmons and Gustavo Soares about Program Synthesis Using Examples - aka, PROSE. PROSE uses machine learning to understand how you are changing your code and finds ways to help with those changes. Originally a part of Microsoft Research, PROSE […]

Duration:00:59:59

Client-Side Development in 2020 with Brian Lagunas

1/30/2020
It's 2020 - how do you build client-side applications? Carl and Richard talk to Brian Lagunas about his work in client-side development, largely around XAML (don't worry WinForms, we still love you!) - WPF, UWP and Xamarin.Forms. Brian leads the Prism open-source project that helps to build XAML-based applications, specifically WPF and Xamarin.Forms. The conversation […]

Duration:01:02:56

The Perfect Education for a Software Developer with Thomas Betts

1/24/2020
What does the perfect developer education look like? Carl and Richard talk to Thomas Betts about how he learned about software development, and how he has taught others. The conversation dives into the diversity of education, including the power of a liberal arts education to provide key skills like communication, teamwork and communication. Oh, and […]

Duration:00:54:36

Visual Studio Online with Nik Molnar

1/15/2020
What if your development environment was in the cloud? Carl and Richard talk to Nik Molnar about Visual Studio Online - literally a version of Visual Studio running on Azure. Nik talks about the time it takes to set up each development environment for each development project you have, and what you could do to […]

Duration:00:56:29

XAML Tooling with Dmitry Lyalin

1/9/2020
How do you write XAML? Carl and Richard chat with Dmitry Lyalin about Microsoft's on-going efforts to make coding in XAML faster, easier and more reliable. Dmitry starts out talking about how there are different dialects of XAML, including WPF, UWP, Xamarin Forms and more - although there are concerted efforts to keep them more […]

Duration:00:49:23

Q# and Quantum Computing with Johnny Hooyberghs

1/1/2020
Are we actually making progress on quantum computing? While at .NET Developer Days in Warsaw, Carl and Richard talked to Johnny Hooyberghs about quantum computing and Microsoft's Q# language. The discussion begins with some definitions around quantum computing including qubits, superposition, and entanglement. Google's announcement on quantum supremacy is debated, as is the idea that […]

Duration:00:53:04

Debugging Memory Leaks in .NET

12/25/2019
Memory Leaks in .NET? How is that possible? While at .NET Developer Days in Warsaw, Carl and Richard talked to Adam Furmanek about modern memory leaks - the things we can do in .NET that cause more memory to be consumed over time. Adam talks through various aspects of .NET that have a risk of […]

Duration:00:57:18

Going Live on Containers with Michele Leroux Bustamante

12/18/2019
Containers sound like a good idea - but can you get your application live on them? Carl and Richard talk to Michele Bustamante about her on-going work migrating existing applications to microservices on containers, as well as greenfield development. Michele discusses the balance of complexity and flexibility that containers bring, and the challenges of getting […]

Duration:00:51:16

Python for .NET Developers with Michael Kennedy

12/11/2019
Do you Python? Carl and Richard chat with Michael Kennedy about the current state of Python and how .NET developers can learn it! Michael talks about the many flavors of Python out there today and the tremendous number of libraries available. The focus of Python on machine learning, scientific computation and more makes it great […]

Duration:00:59:51

High Performance C# with Steve Gordon

12/5/2019
How do you improve the performance of your application? While at .NET Developer Days in Poland, Carl and Richard chatted with Steve Gordon about his work writing high-performance C#. The conversation digs into the larger picture of why and how you improve performance - don't guess, use method profiling, benchmarking and great measurements to know […]

Duration:01:01:44

Visual Studio 2019 Productivity with Kendra Havens

11/30/2019
How can you be more productive with Visual Studio? Carl and Richard talk to Kendra Havens about all the built-in productivity gadgets in Studio - plus the ones you can build yourself! Kendra talks about putting those red and green squiggles, lightbulbs and screwdrivers to work communicating with developers about standards of development within your […]

Duration:01:00:45

Configuring Your Cloud using .NET with Joe Duffy

11/19/2019
How do you configure your cloud? Carl and Richard talk to Joe Duffy about Pulumi, a tool that lets you use your favorite programming languages to provide Configuration-as-Code. Joe Duffy talks about the new addition to Pulumi - .NET Core languages including C#, F#, VB.NET... even COBOL.NET if you really want to! The conversation then […]

Duration:00:58:22

Entity Framework Core 3 with Julie Lerman

11/14/2019
What's up with Entity Framework? Carl and Richard talk to Julie Lerman about the latest updates to Entity Framework, both EF 6 and Entity Framework Core 3.0. The discussion dives into this transitory time in the world of .NET, where .NET framework and .NET Core live side-by-side, and looking to a future of a unified […]

Duration:00:59:27

WinUI 3.0 with Ryan Demopoulos

11/7/2019
What's happening with Windows client-side development? Carl and Richard talk to Ryan Demopoulous about WinUI 3.0, the next version of the WinUI stack, which represents a major shift in how Windows applications are going to be built and supported in the future. Ryan starts the conversation focused on the current WinUI 2, which is open […]

Duration:00:58:39

Modernizing Angular Apps with Jennifer Wadella

10/30/2019
What does it take to move away from AngularJS? Carl and Richard talk to Jennifer Wadella about so-called legacy Angular apps, that is, web apps built using Angular 1.x - known as AngularJS. The discussion calls back to the issues around AngularJS, that its flexibility led to a huge array of programming approaches, making it […]

Duration:00:54:20

Building Multi-Tenant Cloud Apps with Tom Kerkhove

10/22/2019
Software-as-a-Service is getting more common, what does it take to make a good app in that world? Carl and Richard talk to Tom Kerkhove about building multi-tenant cloud apps today. While multi-tenant apps have been around for a long time, the cloud offers new ways to build, monitor and maintain them. The conversation starts out […]

Duration:00:51:33