Adventures in .NET

Advocate For Yourself ( Part 2 ) – .NET 088

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…

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Advocate For Yourself ( Part 1 ) – .NET 087

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…

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How Do You Grow? – .NET 086

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…

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Get Interactive with Jupyter Notebook – .NET 085

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…

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How to Launch the Next Stage of Your Career – BONUS

Charles Max Wood explains how podcasting has repeatedly opened up opportunities for him to move his career forward. He dives into how it helped early in his career, how he was able to use it as a tool to find freelance clients, and how it can take you beyond a full time senior developer job…

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Is Your Code Secure?(Part 2) – .NET 084

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…

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Is Your Code Secure?(Part 1) – .NET 083

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…

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Open Telemetry and Domain-Driven Refactoring with .NET 6 – .NET 082

Jimmy Bogard takes us through the interesting possibilties of logging with OpenTelemetry. Then we discuss refactoring strategies friendly for Domain Driven Design. Panel Shawn Clabough Wai Liu Guest Jimmy Bogard Sponsors Dev Influencers Accelerator Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial Links .NET 057: Open source, MediatR and Automapper with…

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Don’t Follow the Default Developer Career Path – BONUS

Charles Max Wood explains the default path that developers seem to follow in their career and why that doesn’t give developers the fulfillment they’re looking for. He then walks through some of the options to change the direction of your career. Panel Charles Max Wood

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Extending VS Code and Yourself (Part 2) – .NET 081

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…

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Extending VS Code and Yourself (Part 1) – .NET 080

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…

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Global reach of .NET – .NET 079

How often do you stop to think about how easy it is for new developers to get started with .NET? Since .NET Core was released, the framework is available to many more developers but in some parts of the world there are still hurdles to overcome. Samuel Adranyi moved back to Ghana two years ago…

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