Developer Weekly podcast

Developer Weekly

Barry Luijbregts

A weekly show for developers and technologists that are interested in technology, life-long learning, and the people behind the tech. This is not an ordinary technology show as it goes beyond the latest tools and frameworks and shines a spotlight on the humans that create and use it.

53 Episódios

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    Final episode : Improve Your Sleep and Eat to Reduce Stress

    32:33

    Are you stressed? Burnt out? Or on your way to burnout? Or do you just want to become healthier?My new course will teach you what stress is. How to recognize a burnout. And how to prevent it and recover from it, by working on the pillars of health (sleep, food, exercise, clean living, active relaxation) and by changing your life (work, relationships, environment). Even if you are not burnt out or stressed, you can use these tactics to become healthier and live a longer and happier life.Check it out at https://app.pluralsight.com/library/courses/recognize-prevent-manage-burn-out/If you want to learn more about health and wellness, check out https://www.improvingbarry.com/, and subscribe to my newsletter.    
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    Open Source with Tom Kerkhove

    30:49

    I have been using Windows 10 for years now and I recently took the time to learn how to be more productive with it. There are lots of shortcuts and tools in Windows 10 that help me throughout the day. Do you also want to be more productive with Windows 10? Then check out my Udemy course called Windows 10 Productivity Booster. About Tom:Tom Kerkhove works for Codit as an Azure Architect, is a member of the AZUG crew and has been a Microsoft MVP & Azure Advisor since 2014. He turns coffee into scalable & secure cloud systems.Show resources:Find Tom and his projects on GitHubSponsor Tom's workTom's blogConnect with Tom on Twitter
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    Career and Azure IoT with Jurgen Kevelaers

    29:33

    Are you stressed? Burnt out? Or on your way to burnout? Or do you just want to become healthier?My new course will teach you what stress is. How to recognize a burnout. And how to prevent it and recover from it, by working on the pillars of health (sleep, food, exercise, clean living, active relaxation) and by changing your life (work, relationships, environment). Even if you are not burnt out or stressed, you can use these tactics to become healthier and live a longer and happier life.Check it out at https://www.azurebarry.com/burnout/ About Jurgen:Jurgen Kevelaers is an independent software architect and developer working on scalable solutions that run in the cloud. His main focus is the Microsoft Azure and .NET ecosystem. Jurgen was involved in projects in small and large companies, in various sectors, such as education, health, maritime, meteorology, energy and security. Through his years of experience, he has developed a pragmatic approach and a thorough understanding of designing and implementing maintainable applications.Resources:Jurgen's BlogFollow Jurgen on Twitter Connect with Jurgen on LinkedInCheck out Jurgen's Pluralsight courses 
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    Instrumenting your .NET Core based cloud applications with Alex Thissen

    36:31

    Are you stressed? Burnt out? Or on your way to burnout? Or do you just want to become healthier?My new course will teach you what stress is. How to recognize a burnout. And how to prevent it and recover from it, by working on the pillars of health (sleep, food, exercise, clean living, active relaxation) and by changing your life (work, relationships, environment). Even if you are not burnt out or stressed, you can use these tactics to become healthier and live a longer and happier life.Check it out at https://www.azurebarry.com/burnout/ Alex Thissen:Alex is an application development enthusiast since the late nineties and works as an architect, lead developer and mentor at large enterprises and small companies. He spends his time teaching other developers the details of the Microsoft development platform and frameworks, and coaches architects to design and build modern distributed applications at cloud scale. He has received the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional award for Visual Studio and Development Technologies 13 times. In his spare time Alex likes to participate in all kinds of sport, and loves playing and programming new and retro video games.Resources:Follow Alex on TwitterAlex's Sessionize profile with all his events
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    Burnout and Health with Barry Luijbregts

    49:32

    Are you stressed? Burnt out? Or on your way to burnout? Or do you just want to become healthier?My new course will teach you what stress is. How to recognize a burnout. And how to prevent it and recover from it, by working on the pillars of health (sleep, food, exercise, clean living, active relaxation) and by changing your life (work, relationships, environment). Even if you are not burnt out or stressed, you can use these tactics to become healthier and live a longer and happier life.Check it out at https://www.azurebarry.com/burnout/ Show resources:Oura ringBarry's Pluralsight coursesBarry's book "200 Things Developers Should Know" on Amazon
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    Career, life, entrepreneurship and teaching with Roland Guijt

    32:12

    Are you stressed? Burnt out? Or on your way to burnout? Or do you just want to become healthier?My new course will teach you what stress is. How to recognize a burnout. And how to prevent it and recover from it, by working on the pillars of health (sleep, food, exercise, clean living, active relaxation) and by changing your life (work, relationships, environment). Even if you are not burnt out or stressed, you can use these tactics to become healthier and live a longer and happier life.Check it out at https://www.azurebarry.com/burnout/ Roland is a Microsoft MVP enjoying a constant curiosity around new techniques in software development. His focus is on all things .NET and browser technologies. As a long-time trainer, he led many courses on these topics and spoke about them at international conferences. He also travels around the globe to offer his self-developed workshops. The word that comes to mind when he thinks about software development is passion! Roland lives in The Netherlands with his wife and two boys.Resources:Roland's blog: www.rmgsolutions.nlFollow Roland on TwitterConnect with Roland on LinkedInRoland's Pluralsight courses
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    AR, VR, and Azure Mixed Realty with René Schulte

    41:39

    Are you stressed? Burnt out? Or on your way to burnout? Or do you just want to become healthier?My new course will teach you what stress is. How to recognize a burnout. And how to prevent it and recover from it, by working on the pillars of health (sleep, food, exercise, clean living, active relaxation) and by changing your life (work, relationships, environment). Even if you are not burnt out or stressed, you can use these tactics to become healthier and live a longer and happier life.Check it out at https://www.azurebarry.com/burnout/  About René Schulte:René Schulte is Director of Global Innovation at Valorem Reply working with teams across the globe on emerging technologies like 3D volumetric video streaming, the AR Cloud enabling large, cross-platform user experiences with real-world persistence.He is a creative developer and thought leader with a passion for UX and deep technical knowledge from more than 15 years in VR/AR/MR/XR/Spatial Computing technology and 3D programming, developing for the Microsoft HoloLens since 2015, was featured on Forbes and is listed as dev influencer. He also coded AI deep learning neural networks before it was cool and is leveraging modern AI to empower humans. Also working on applied Quantum Computing impact.He is a frequent keynote and session speaker and panelist at conferences like //build, Ignite, Uni Heidelberg, Unite, Vision VR/AR Summit, VRDC (GDC), AWE, ESA, RTC, VRARA and more. Blogs about many topics. He also created popular open source libraries like WriteableBitmapEx and the AR library SLARToolKit.He was honored several times for his dev community work with the Microsoft MVP award, recognized as Microsoft Regional Director and Advisory Board member for the VR/AR Association and XR Bootcamp.He lives in Germany with his wife and their 5 children.Show resources:Follow René on TwitterConnect with René on LinkedInCheck out René's blog and videos on Valorem Reply
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    The IDesign Architecture method with Koen Mannaerts

    39:35

    Are you stressed? Burnt out? Or on your way to burnout? Or do you just want to become healthier?My new course will teach you what stress is. How to recognize a burnout. And how to prevent it and recover from it, by working on the pillars of health (sleep, food, exercise, clean living, active relaxation) and by changing your life (work, relationships, environment). Even if you are not burnt out or stressed, you can use these tactics to become healthier and live a longer and happier life.Check it out at https://www.azurebarry.com/burnout/ Research, business design, system design, project design are fundamental aspects every engineering discipline applies to get to a suitable solution to a problem. Most of these aspects are missing in software projects nowadays. This leads to inefficiencies, bad quality code, inadequate architecture, schedule slippage and a lot of wasted money and talent. As the driving force behind innovation the software industry must regain a real engineering vigor.Koen helps teams and organizations integrate business design, system design, project design back into their development practice. As process and design lead he gives people clear guidance in their pursuit to change team trajectory, meet company goals and ultimately change their careers.Koen has over 10 years of experience in software and has guided teams in different industries ranging from industrial automation to financial industry to health care, from startups to international companies, in the role of architect, advisor and chief architect.Although every project is a team effort, everything starts with the individual. A person who is able to put in the work, thinks like an engineer and applies engineering processes. Change management skills and a healthy life-style are crucial to make this transition successful. If this resonates with you we have a match. ResourcesThe IDesign Architects masterclassIDesign websiteConnect with Koen on LinkedIn
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    Quantum Computing with Richard Versluis

    35:33

    Are you stressed? Burnt out? Or on your way to burnout? Or do you just want to become healthier?My new course will teach you what stress is. How to recognize a burnout. And how to prevent it and recover from it, by working on the pillars of health (sleep, food, exercise, clean living, active relaxation) and by changing your life (work, relationships, environment). Even if you are not burnt out or stressed, you can use these tactics to become healthier and live a longer and happier life.Check it out at https://www.azurebarry.com/burnout/ Richard Versluis (Rotterdam, 1971) is principal systems engineer at TNO and engineering lead of the quantum computing division at QuTech, the cooperation between the University of Delft and TNO. The missions of the quantum computing division is to build scalable prototypes of a quantum computer. Richard is also the system architect of Quantum Inspire, Europe’s first public online quantum computing platform. Quantum Inspire include a 5 qubit processor named Starmon-5, and provides the world’s first public access to a spin qubit based processor named Spin-2. With this it is also a unique platform giving direct access to two different qubit technologies.Resources:Find Richard's scientific papers on Google ScholarFind out more about Quantum InspireQuantum Development Kit
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    Banish your inner critic with Denise Jacobs

    35:43

    Hey friends,Are you stressed? Burnt out? Or on your way to burnout? Or do you just want to become healthier?My new course will teach you what stress is. How to recognize a burnout. And how to prevent it and recover from it, by working on the pillars of health (sleep, food, exercise, clean living, active relaxation) and by changing your life (work, relationships, environment). Even if you are not burnt out or stressed, you can use these tactics to become healthier and live a longer and happier life.Check it out at https://www.azurebarry.com/burnout/ Denise R. Jacobs is a Speaker + Author + Creativity Evangelist who speaks at conferences and consults with companies worldwide. As the Founder + CEO of The Creative Dose, she promotes techniques to unlock creativity and help people become engaged contributors, synergistic collaborators, and authentic leaders. Denise is the author of Banish Your Inner Critic, the premier handbook on silencing fears to unleash creativity. She is also the Head Instigator of The Creativity (R)Evolution, and the founder of Rawk The Web. Resources:Find Denise on her website and blog https://denisejacobs.com/Check out the book "Banish Your Inner Critic"Denise's courses on LinkedIn learning

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