Adventures in .NET podcast

Adventures in .NET

Top End Devs

Every week a panel of experts in .NET and related technologies sit down with developers from the community to talk about all things .NET related.

105 Episoden

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    VS 2022 64-bit - .NET 090

    54:38

    A long time ago in a world very different from this one we had Mads Kristensen on the podcast. During our talk the topic of 64-bit Visual Studio came up and we thought it was probably years away. Well here we are with Visual Studio 2022 64-bit on the way. Mads comes back on the podcast to talk about the path to 64-bit and some of the interesting things they had to work through along the way. We couldn't have Mads back on the podcast and not talk about extensions so we find out how extensions will work differently in Visual Studio 2022. What is your favorite extension for Visual Studio? Let us know on Twitter at @dotnet_Podcast. Panel Caleb WellsShawn Clabough Guest Mads Kristensen Sponsors Dev Influencers AcceleratorPodcastBootcamp.ioLevel Up | Devchat.tv Links Mads Kristensen - Visual Studio MarketplaceWriting Visual Studio Extensions with MadsVisual Studio 2022 Preview 4 is now available!Hacking Visual StudioGitHub: Mads Kristensen ( madskristensen )Twitter: Mads Kristensen ( @mkristensen ) Picks Caleb- Child of Light Ultimate Edition for Nintendo SwitchMads- VSColorOutputShawn- Ninja Trader Contact Caleb: Caleb Wells CodesTwitter: Caleb Wells (@calebwellscodes)Linkedin: Caleb WellsFacebook: Caleb Wells Contact Shawn Twitter: Shawn Clabough (DotNetSuperhero) Special Guest: Mads Kristensen.
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    Want To Pair Up? - .NET 089

    32:11

    In this episode of Adventures in .NET we have a special guest join us to talk about pair programming. When you hear the term pair programming it may conjure up ideas like efficiency, learning, discomfort or maybe even that it is a waste of time. A lot depends on the (two or more) developers who are pair programming together. We look into different reasons why you might want to try pair programming and discuss some ways to get the most out of the practice. There are certainly pros and cons to pair programming but with the right approach it can be useful for you and your team. Have you done any pair programming? What did you think about it? Let us know on Twitter at @dotnet_Podcast. Panel Caleb WellsShawn ClaboughWai Liu Sponsors Dev Influencers AcceleratorRaygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trialPodcastBootcamp.io Links On Pair Programming Picks Caleb- Understood - For learning and thinking differencesShawn- X-ChairWai- Colour Laser Multi-Function Printer Contact Caleb: Caleb Wells CodesTwitter: Caleb Wells (@calebwellscodes)Linkedin: Caleb WellsFacebook: Caleb Wells Contact Wai: Linkedin: Wai LiuFacebook: Wai Liu Contact Shawn Twitter: Shawn Clabough (DotNetSuperhero)
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    Advocate For Yourself ( Part 2 ) - .NET 088

    46:31

    In today's episode we talk with G. Andrew Duthie about his career and how he went from developer to advocate. You can sum this episode up in one word, passion. Whether it is for blogging, user groups, video tutorials, or 3D printing if you have a passion for what you do it makes all the difference. Andrew has been passionate about development for a long time and that has opened up opportunities for him to reach more people and introduce more developers to .NET. Do you have something you are really passionate about? Let us know on Twitter at @dotnet_Podcast. Panel Caleb WellsShawn ClaboughWai Liu Guest G. Andrew Duthie Sponsors Dev Influencers AcceleratorLevel Up | Devchat.tvPodcastBootcamp.io Links OutsystemsOutSystems - YouTubeLow Code LifeTwitter: G. Andrew Duthie ( @devhammer ) Picks Andrew- OutsystemsAndrew- Alex RiderAndrew- Adventures Of Brisco County, Jr.Caleb- The Nevers Shawn- A Discovery of WitchesWai- HELLO WORLD SMART CONTRACT FOR BEGINNERS Contact Caleb: Caleb Wells CodesTwitter: Caleb Wells (@calebwellscodes)Linkedin: Caleb WellsFacebook: Caleb Wells Contact Wai: Linkedin: Wai LiuFacebook: Wai Liu Contact Shawn Twitter: Shawn Clabough (DotNetSuperhero) Special Guest: G. Andrew Duthie .
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    Advocate For Yourself ( Part 1 ) - .NET 087

    48:26

    In today's episode we talk with G. Andrew Duthie about his career and how he went from developer to advocate. You can sum this episode up in one word, passion. Whether it is for blogging, user groups, video tutorials, or 3D printing if you have a passion for what you do it makes all the difference. Andrew has been passionate about development for a long time and that has opened up opportunities for him to reach more people and introduce more developers to .NET. Do you have something you are really passionate about? Let us know on Twitter at @dotnet_Podcast Panel Caleb WellsShawn ClaboughWai Liu Guest G. Andrew Duthie Sponsors Dev Influencers AcceleratorRaygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trialPodcastBootcamp.io Links OutsystemsOutSystems - YouTubeLow Code LifeTwitter: G. Andrew Duthie ( @devhammer ) Picks Andrew- OutsystemsAndrew- Alex RiderAndrew- Adventures Of Brisco County, Jr.Caleb- The Nevers Shawn- A Discovery of WitchesWai- HELLO WORLD SMART CONTRACT FOR BEGINNERS Contact Caleb: Caleb Wells CodesTwitter: Caleb Wells (@calebwellscodes)Linkedin: Caleb WellsFacebook: Caleb Wells Contact Wai: Linkedin: Wai LiuFacebook: Wai Liu Contact Shawn Twitter: Shawn Clabough (DotNetSuperhero) Special Guest: G. Andrew Duthie .
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    How Do You Grow? - .NET 086

    44:20

    Most developers we know are constantly learning new things and growing their skills. Jort Rodenburg has been a book reviewer for Manning for several years and was approached to write a book on C# which he thought would be a great opportunity to grow. His book, Code like a Pro in C#, was a great learning experience for him and is intended to help bridge the gap between beginner and advanced developers. We discussed the process of writing the book, some of the resources he used and his favorite chapter. What is the best way you have found to grow as a developer? Let us know on Twitter at @dotnet_Podcast. Panel Caleb WellsShawn ClaboughWai Liu Guest Jort Rodenburg  Sponsors Dev Influencers AcceleratorLevel Up | Devchat.tvPodcastBootcamp.io Links Code like a Pro in C#You’ve been Blazored! – .NET 070Jort Rodenburg LinkedIn: Jort Rodenburg Picks Caleb- Fantasy Football 2021Jort- The Last DoorShawn- SoundLink Color Bluetooth® speaker IIWai- Dead to Me | Netflix Contact Caleb: Caleb Wells CodesTwitter: Caleb Wells (@calebwellscodes)Linkedin: Caleb WellsFacebook: Caleb Wells Contact Wai: Linkedin: Wai LiuFacebook: Wai Liu Contact Shawn Twitter: Shawn Clabough (DotNetSuperhero) Special Guest: Jort Rodenburg .
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    Get Interactive with Jupyter Notebook - .NET 085

    40:34

    Ron Dagdag, lead software engineer at Spacee, joins us to get interactive with Jupyter Notebook. It is an open-source web application that allows you to create and share documents that contain live code, equations, visualizations and narrative text. Microsoft has embraced Jupyter Notebook with the open source .NET Interactive project. The more we discussed Jupyter Notebook the more ways we came up with to use it. For instance Ron uses it for a lot of his demos and you can share it with someone without them having to install anything because it runs in the browser. Do you have any ideas on how to use Jupyter Notebook? If so share it with us on Twitter at @dotnet_Podcast. Panel Caleb WellsShawn ClaboughWai Liu Guest Ron Dagdag Sponsors Dev Influencers AcceleratorLevel Up | Devchat.tvPodcastBootcamp.io Links GitHub | dotnet/interactive.NET Interactive Architectural OverviewUse Jupyter with .NET Interactive on Binder.NET Jupyter PresentationGitHub | rondagdag/dotnetcode-jupyter-talkBinderSandDanceRon Dagdag's ProjectsLinkedIn: Ron DagdagTwitter: Ron Dagdag ( @rondagdag ) Picks Caleb- DampRidRon- Azure Percept Shawn- LiteDBWai- Paralympics Contact Caleb: Caleb Wells CodesTwitter: Caleb Wells (@calebwellscodes)Linkedin: Caleb WellsFacebook: Caleb Wells Contact Wai: Linkedin: Wai LiuFacebook: Wai Liu Contact Shawn Twitter: Shawn Clabough (DotNetSuperhero) Special Guest: Ron Dagdag.
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    Is Your Code Secure?(Part 2) – .NET 084

    33:40

    Today we dig into security with Christos Matskas, program manager for Microsoft Identity. How secure is your codebase? How do you store your secrets? Often security takes a back seat to more pressing concerns during development but that doesn't have to be the case. We discuss several ways that Microsoft, .NET and Azure make it easier to secure your code. Even if you aren't using that stack, Christos provides examples of ways to make sure you don't leak sensitive information in your applications. Not every developer has to be a security expert but every developer should do what they can to make sure the application they are working on isn't a target for hackers. Let us know how you secure your application on Twitter at @dotnet_Podcast. Panel Caleb WellsShawn ClaboughWai Liu Guest Christos Matskas  Sponsors Dev Influencers AcceleratorRaygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trialPodcastBootcamp.io Links The 425 ShowcmatskasChristos Matskas - YouTube Tiktok: christosmatskasTwitter: Christos Matskas ( @ChristosMatskas ) Picks Caleb- PrivacyChristos- Have I Been PwnedShawn- Washington State Fair Events CenterWai- RV AppStudios Contact Caleb: Caleb Wells CodesTwitter: Caleb Wells (@calebwellscodes)Linkedin: Caleb WellsFacebook: Caleb Wells Contact Wai: Linkedin: Wai LiuFacebook: Wai Liu Contact Shawn Twitter: Shawn Clabough (DotNetSuperhero) Special Guest: Christos Matskas .
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    Is Your Code Secure? – .NET 083

    44:31

    Today we dig into security with Christos Matskas, program manager for Microsoft Identity. How secure is your codebase? How do you store your secrets? Often security takes a back seat to more pressing concerns during development but that doesn't have to be the case. We discuss several ways that Microsoft, .NET and Azure make it easier to secure your code. Even if you aren't using that stack, Christos provides examples of ways to make sure you don't leak sensitive information in your applications. Not every developer has to be a security expert but every developer should do what they can to make sure the application they are working on isn't a target for hackers. Let us know how you secure your application on Twitter at @dotnet_Podcast. Panel Caleb WellsShawn ClaboughWai Liu Guest Christos Matskas  Sponsors Dev Influencers AcceleratorLevel Up | Devchat.tv Links The 425 ShowcmatskasChristos Matskas - YouTube Tiktok: christosmatskasTwitter: Christos Matskas ( @ChristosMatskas ) Picks Caleb- PrivacyChristos- Have I Been PwnedShawn- Washington State Fair Events CenterWai- RV AppStudios Contact Caleb: Caleb Wells CodesTwitter: Caleb Wells (@calebwellscodes)Linkedin: Caleb WellsFacebook: Caleb Wells Contact Wai: Linkedin: Wai LiuFacebook: Wai Liu Contact Shawn Twitter: Shawn Clabough (DotNetSuperhero) Special Guest: Christos Matskas .
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    Open Telemetry and Domain-Driven Refactoring with .NET 6 - .NET 082

    50:28

    Jimmy Bogard takes us through the interesting possibilties of logging with OpenTelemetry. Then we discuss refactoring strategies friendly for Domain Driven Design. Panel Shawn ClaboughWai Liu Guest Jimmy Bogard Sponsors Dev Influencers AcceleratorRaygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial Links .NET 057: Open source, MediatR and Automapper with Jimmy Bogard | Devchat.tvThe Twelve-Factor Appmartinfowler.comTwitter: Jimmy Bogard ( @jbogard ) Picks Jimmy- Power AppsShawn- Fiber internetWai- Developer Program Contact Wai: Linkedin: Wai LiuFacebook: Wai Liu Contact Shawn Twitter: Shawn Clabough (DotNetSuperhero) Special Guest: Jimmy Bogard.
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    Extending VS Code and Yourself (Part 2) – .NET 081

    33:46

    The Bald Bearded Builder, Michael Jolley, returns to talk about VS Code extensions and learning while live streaming. To start off we talk about using C# in VS Code and then Michael tells us about some of his favorite VS Code extensions. The panel adds a few of our favorite extensions while discussing how Michael has created extensions while live streaming on Twitch. Then the discussion moves towards live streaming, what you need to get started, how community is important and how to get the most out of a live stream as a viewer. You even get to hear Caleb put his foot in his mouth at least once. You don't want to miss it so listen in and let us know what you think on Twitter at @dotnet_Podcast. Panel Caleb WellsShawn ClaboughWai Liu Guest Michael Jolley Sponsors Dev Influencers Accelerator Links .NET 032: Containers with Michael Jolley | Devchat.tvREST Client – Visual Studio MarketplaceC# – Visual Studio MarketplaceRemote – WSL – Visual Studio MarketplaceLive Share – Visual Studio MarketplaceGitHub Pull Requests and Issues – Visual Studio MarketplaceGitLens — Git supercharged – Visual Studio MarketplaceDocker – Visual Studio Marketplacefootsteps – Visual Studio MarketplaceGit History – Visual Studio MarketplaceSettings Sync – Visual Studio MarketplaceOnly Themes – Visual Studio MarketplaceYour First Extension | Visual Studio CodeDevExpress – Visual Studio MarketplaceBald . Bearded . BuilderBald. Bearded. Builder. – YouTubeBaldBeardedBuilder – TwitchTwitter: Michael Jolley ( @baldbeardbuild ) Picks Caleb- KIND | Healthy Snacks  Michael- LEGO® Super Mario™Michael- whitep4nth3r – TwitchShawn- LEGO MastersWai- Daisy Jones and the Six Contact Caleb: Caleb Wells CodesTwitter: Caleb Wells (@calebwellscodes)Linkedin: Caleb WellsFacebook: Caleb Wells Contact Wai: Linkedin: Wai LiuFacebook: Wai Liu Contact Shawn Twitter: Shawn Clabough (DotNetSuperhero) Special Guest: Michael Jolley.

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