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Episode 167 – Manage Cloud Cost with Omry Hay

Omry is Co-Founder and CTO at env0, the first self-service cloud management platform for infrastructure as code (IaC) architecture. Links Resources Cost estimation open source by Anton Babenko - Terratag, open source to CLI tool that enables users of Terraform to automatically create and maintain tags across their...


Episode 166 – The State of Python with Michael Kennedy

Michael is the founder and host of Talk Python To Me, a weekly podcast about Python and related software developer topics. He is a the founder and chief author at Talk Python Training where many leading Python developer courses are available online. Michael is an entrepreneur, a father of three girls, a husband, a student, and a teacher. You can find him in his hometown of Portland, OR. Links


Episode 165 – Kode Vicious, George Neville-Neil

Writing as Kode Vicious, George has spent more than 15 years sharing advice and insights as a "coder with attitude" in ACM's Queue magazine. He is a software engineer, author and security nerd with other varied interests who speaks several languages including Japanese. Checkout out his latest book: Links


Episode 164 – .NET MAUI with Auri Rahimzadeh

Auri joins us to talk about .NET Multi-platform App UI (MAUI). Auri A. Rahimzadeh is an accomplished technophile writer and author. He has written three books: Hacking the PSP, Geek My Ride, and co-authored Hacking Digital Cameras. Rahimzadeh has contributed to many digital entertainment technology standards, including HDTV and DVD, and is former west coast research director at The Envisioneering Group, a prominent consumer electronics research firm. Having taught side by side with Steve...


Episode 163 – MLOps and ML.NET with Alexander Slotte

Alexander is a Microsoft MVP and a Managing Consultant and .NET Xpert at Excella, based out of Washington DC. He's the founder and organizer of The Virtual ML.NET Community Conference and the organizer of the .NET DC User Group. Links Resources "Tempting Time" by Animals As Leaders used with permissions - All...


Episode 162 – C# 9 and .NET 5 with LaBrina Loving

LaBrina Loving is a Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft with over 18 years of experience in the Microsoft stack. In her role, she is focused on helping Startups and ISVs migrate to Azure and modernize their SaaS solutions for cloud. She works with them to leverage the cloud for cutting edge technologies like Artificial Intelligence and Chatbots, IoT/Edge, Serverless, and DevOps. LaBrina is a speaker doing conferences and user groups all over the world and has recently started a Podcast...


Episode 161 – Next.js with Tim Neutkens

Tim Neutkens is the co-author and lead maintainer of Next.js and is the co-author of the MDX library for dynamic markdown documents. He has a passion for creating scalable applications and improving the developer experience, and has spoken at a number of industry conferences such as dotJS and React. He joined Vercel (formerly ZEIT) in 2017 and co-authored a number of libraries the team was building internally and served as a project advisor. Prior to Vercel, he worked at We Provide for two...


Episode 160 – Visual Testing with Angie Jones

Angie is a Principal Automation Architect, Director of Test Automation University, she is an International Keynote Speaker and Java Champion, and is the creator of more than 25 patented inventions. Links Resources "Tempting Time" by Animals As...


#159 – Mo Hampton: Giving Back to Tech without Burnout

Mo is an Army Veteran and Software Engineer. Her passion for web application development led her to the Open Source community to learn full-stack JavaScript. When not thriving off of coffee, meditation or travel, she builds cost-effective, user-friendly business applications. Links Resources


Episode 158 – Project Tye with Glenn Condron

Glenn is a Program Manager on the Application Platform team at Microsoft, where he spends most of his time working on the ASP.NET 5 core runtime. Before joining Microsoft Glenn was a developer in Australia where he worked on software for various government departments. Links Resources


Episode 157 – BlazorCMS & SpeakerMeet

This week we're going to talk about some of our personal projects. I have been working on a CMS in Blazor and John has a site for Technology Speakers. Blazor CMS - Purpose - Admin Application - Client Application Speaker Meet - Purpose - React - .NET Core Web API - Azure App Service - Azure Storage/Static website - Azure SQL - Azure Cache for Redis - Azure Cognitive Search - Application Insights - GitHub Actions - Looking for reasons to use Azure Functions and Bot Framework If you want...


Episode 156 – Data Engineer Role with Dwight Goins

Dwight is an industry luminary focused on Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Augmented and Mixed Reality, IOT, and Emerging User Experiences. He is the Chief Algorithm Officer of Thoth Speed Engineers, Senior Adviser to NEDD Tech Inc. as well as an Application Delivery Manager at JM Family Enterprises. Links Resources...


Episode 155 – Burnout & Change Mgmt with Rob Bogue

Rob is a speaker, author, and consultant. As owner of Thor Projects, a premiere consulting organization in Indianapolis (Indiana), he helps clients make the complicated simple. Links Resources "Tempting Time" by Animals As Leaders used...


Episode 154 – Financial Planning with Lucas Casarez

Lucas is a fiduciary, Certified Financial Planner and founder of Level Up Financial Planning, Power Up Tax Planning Services and host of Techie Personal Finance Bootcamp. He specializes in serving tech professionals who want to maximize their financial opportunities to live their best lives today while having confidence that their future will be awesome, too. Links


Episode 153 – GitHub Actions with Edward Thomson

This week we're talking with Edward Thomson about GitHub Actions. Edward is a developer tools nerd, maintainer of libgit2: the Git library, host of All Things Git: the podcast about Git, and curator of Developer Tools Weekly. Links Resources


Episode 152 – TDD with J. B. Rainsberger

This week we're talking with J. B. Rainsberger. J.B. is a Business and Software Coach, Mentor, Consultant, Trainer, and Speaker. He is currently owner of No design is perfect. Learn how to avoid getting stuck in the corner of bad design. Test First Programming Test-Driven Development Evolutionary Design Refactoring reduces the volatility in the marginal cost of features! Links Resources...


Episode 151 – Artificial Intelligence with Matthew Renze

We're talking Artificial Intelligence with Matthew Renze! Matthew is a data science consultant, author, and international public speaker. He has over 2 decades of professional experience working with tech startups to Fortune 500 companies. He is a graduate of Iowa State University with double degrees in Computer Science and Philosophy, with a minor in Economics, and a focus on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. His current focus is teaching others artificial intelligence, data...


Episode 150 – Functional Flavored JS with Dave Fancher

We're talking Functional Flavored JavaScript with Dave Fancher! Dave is the Lead software engineer at @Vibenomics, speaker, blogger, author, and Former Microsoft MVP. Links Resources Microsoft Docs Language Integrated Query (LINQ) F# for fun and profit The Book of F#: Breaking Free with Managed Functional Programming "Tempting Time" by Animals As...


Episode 149 – Xamarin with Scott Ertz

Scott is a Tech journalist, software engineer, entrepreneur, show Host of F5 Live, and Editor-in-Chief of PLUGHITZ Live. Links Resources "Tempting Time" by Animals As Leaders used with permissions - All Rights Reserved × Subscribe now! Never miss...


Episode 148 – .NET IoT and Embedded w/ Bryan Costanich

Bryan is co-founder and CEO of Wilderness Labs. He helped bring .NET to the mobile space with Xamarin, and now he's helping bring .NET to IoT. I think one of most interesting aspects of what we're up to, is that it really democratizes hardware dev for regular developers, and given that a lot of us will spend the next decade building hardware (as we spent the last doing mobile), that's important from the perspective of your audiences' careers. Links