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Hanselminutes is a weekly audio talk show with noted web developer and technologist Scott Hanselman and hosted by Carl Franklin. Scott discusses utilities and tools, gives practical how-to advice, and discusses ASP.NET or Windows issues and workarounds.

Hanselminutes is a weekly audio talk show with noted web developer and technologist Scott Hanselman and hosted by Carl Franklin. Scott discusses utilities and tools, gives practical how-to advice, and discusses ASP.NET or Windows issues and workarounds.
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Hanselminutes is a weekly audio talk show with noted web developer and technologist Scott Hanselman and hosted by Carl Franklin. Scott discusses utilities and tools, gives practical how-to advice, and discusses ASP.NET or Windows issues and workarounds.

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English


Episodes

Staying Secure and "Getting Pwned" with Troy Hunt

1/11/2018
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Troy Hunt runs HaveIBeenPwned.com as a service to us all, but it's also a massive learning playground for him. He schools Scott on all things security and privacy. Is your password known? Let's ask Troy.

Duration: 00:31:56


Functional Programming, F#, and Cloud Containers with Lena Hall

1/4/2018
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Scott checks in with Alena (Lena) Hall about her thoughts around F#, functional programming, microservices, Kubernetes and containers in the cloud. Where are we heading and are we moving too fast? Is F# well-positioned for the cloud-based future?

Duration: 00:33:02


Serverless and OpenFaas with Alex Ellis

12/28/2017
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Scott talks to Docker Captain and Open Source programmer Alex Ellis about the rise of Kubernetes, Serverless, and his project "OpenFaas." Alex also shares details on the obsession (and usefulness) of Raspberry Pi clusters for learning large systems development.

Duration: 00:31:18


Machine Learning 101 with Paige Bailey

12/21/2017
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This week on the show Scott talks to Data Scientist and AI expert Paige Bailey. What's the difference between machine learning and deep learning? Do I need to learn R and Python to use machine learning models? Do models need to deploy regularly or can I use them forever? All these questions and more, this week!

Duration: 00:33:45


Revolutionizing remote pair programming with Live Share

12/14/2017
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We all remember when we first saw Etherpad or Google Docs and could type in an online document while another remote person typed in the same doc. It's magic! Fast forward and soon we can share entire code workspaces and debugging sessions using languages and frameworks that aren't even installed on our machines? Scott talks to compiler nerd Amanda Silver about how Visual Studio's Live Share goes far beyond "text editor sharing" to something deeply technically interesting.

Duration: 00:28:32


Progressive Web Apps with Tara Manicsic

12/7/2017
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Progressive Web Apps are experiences that combine the best of the web and the best of apps! Does your app work offline or in low-bandwidth situations? What are the best practices that you can add in to your existing websites that would progressively turn them into a PWA?

Duration: 00:32:18


Continuous Delivery in AAA Games - Sea of Thieves with Rare

11/30/2017
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Sea of Thieves is a massively multiplayer AAA game coming soon for the Xbox One...and it's one of the few video games that is created using Continuous Delivery. The game is always shippable. How is this possible? What kinds of challenges do they run into? What can we learn from their experience?

Duration: 00:32:40


Removing Bias from AI and Machine Learning with Camille Eddy

11/23/2017
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Camille Eddy has worked on Robotics and Hardware nearly her whole life. Now she's turning her gaze to how AI and machine learning. In this episode she gets Scott up to speed about how AI/ML work and how cultural bias can teach computers how to think...wrong. What can we do to prevent bias from creeping into our algorithms?

Duration: 00:32:13


Moving Across Technology Stacks with Kamilah Taylor

11/16/2017
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There's a lot of talk about "full stack" developers, and many of us specialize while watching others successfully navigate multiple stacks. Kamilah Taylor has moved across multiple tech stacks in her career, from Back to Find, Java to Swift, USB Drivers to iOS UI. What can we learn from her experience?

Duration: 00:32:13


Thomas Happ from Axiom Verge

11/9/2017
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Axiom Verge is an indie Metroidvania video game created by Thomas Happ...written on his own in nights and weekends! Written in C# and Monogame, Axiom Verge is now on PlayStation 4, Windows, OS X, Linux, Vita, Wii U, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch! Scott talks to Thomas about how one starts a herculean effort like this...and succeeds!

Duration: 00:34:26


Mike Brocchi on Angular CLI

11/3/2017
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Mike Brocchi teaches Scott about the usefulness and architecture of the Angular CLI, and about the proliferation of CLIs (Command Line Interfaces) in general. What's the best way for you to create a new web app, and what can you do with the Angular CLI?

Duration: 00:31:50


FitCode

10/27/2017
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As a working professional model, Rian Buckley saw a problem, and started a tech company to solve it. A single code that doesn't indicate a piece of clothing's size, but rather its fit. Now she needs to get clothing retailers to adopt it! Scott talks with Rian about the skills she's developed as an NCAA athlete, model, and now tech CEO.

Duration: 00:31:44


Web Animation at Work with Rachel Nabors

10/20/2017
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Rachel Nabors is a cartoonist, artist, and web developer and web animation expert. Her new book "Animation at Work" isn't just a book on HOW to use animation - it's a book on WHY to use it. By understanding the human visual processing system, you can design delightful animation that works to ease cognitive load!

Duration: 00:33:16


Terms of Service for Developers - ToS explained with lawyer Gary Nissenbaum

10/13/2017
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Gary Nissenbaum, Esq. is the managing attorney and founding principal of the Nissenbaum Law Group. They help app developers and internet technologists understand how to navigate both the legal world and the virtual world. Gary explains the surprising importance of the ToS - Terms of Service - that you likely don't read! Every app developer needs to listen to this show. NOTE: This is a talk show. It is NOT advice and is NOT a replacement for you getting legal representation.

Duration: 00:34:42


Which JavaScript Stack should I learn? with Tracy Lee

10/6/2017
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In her short time as a developer, Tracy Lee hasn't stayed true to one JavaScript Framework. Instead, she continues to explore JavaScript with React, Angular, Ember, React Native, and NativeScript. She chats with Scott about the process of learning JavaScript and the need to "pick a framework."

Duration: 00:30:46


Polyglot Persistence for .NET with PostgresSQL and Marten with Jeremy Miller

9/29/2017
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There's so many great open source projects and stacks to choose from in the .NET ecosystem. Scott talks to Jeremy Miller about "Marten" - it offers Polyglot Persistence for .NET Systems using the Postgresql Database as the backend. You get both a Document Database with JSON support as an Event Store! Jeremy talks about all the great options you have for persisting your objects.

Duration: 00:31:54


Maybe just use Vanilla Javascript with Chris Ferdinandi

9/22/2017
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There's a new JavaScript created every few seconds. If you pick up any noun there's probably a JavsScript library named after that noun. What if you just used Vanilla JavaScript? Chris helps Scott answer that question, and more in this episode.

Duration: 00:31:53


Technology in non-profits with the New York Public Library and Courteney Ervin

9/15/2017
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Scott talks with web developer Courteney Ervin about her experiences developing software in the non-profit space. Courteney works for the New York Public Library creating open source software that serves their constituents as well as other public libraries.

Duration: 00:32:46


Making browsers faster with Mozilla

9/8/2017
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Lin Clark is an engineer at Mozilla who also helps make technology accessible by explaining it with Code Cartoons! In this episode she explains to Scott how Mozilla is making the browser faster with projects like Stylo/Quantum CSS. Is this the resurgence of the browser wars? And will we all win?

Duration: 00:30:54


Games across decades with Diablo lead programmer and Graybeard Games

9/1/2017
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David Brevik is a video game designer, producer and programmer known early on as the Lead Developer on Diablo. Today he's the primary at Greybeard Games. He talks to Scott about game design then and now!

Duration: 00:33:36

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