Cecil is a Cloud Advocate at @Microsoft, Podcaster, Teacher, Swimmer, & Music Lover. Born and Raised in Antigua, he now calls Fort Lauderdale, FL home.   Links   Resources   “Tempting Time” by Animals As Leaders used with permissions […]

Episode 145 – Cecil Phillip: Getting Started with Python

  In this episode we talk about Azure Pipelines.   Definitions What is a pipeline Chain of repeatable actions/tasks that transform some input into some output. Its like a function chain. Types of pipelines Build Pipeline This pipeline takes the source code as input and produces deployable artifacts as the […]

Episode 143 – Azure Pipelines

  Ned is an independent consultant in the world of technology. He focuses on creating content around training, education, and marketing. Among other things, he creates courses for Pluralsight, hosts the Day Two Cloud podcast, and writes content for several tech marketing firms.   Links […]

Episode 142 – Talking Terraform with Ned Bellavance

  Ralph is a Principal Program Manager for Microsoft, helping the team supporting Helm, Draft, Brigade, CNAB, and the Visual Studio Code Kubernetes extension in the Cloud Compute Team. He’s worked in distributed computing for many years.   Links   Resources Installing Kubernetes with […]

Episode 140 – Talking Kubernetes with Ralph Squillace

  Erik is a Principal Cloud Developer Advocate at Microsoft and has over 15 years of experience in the industry. He is also the Organizer for GopherCon and Co-author of Go in Action   Links   Resources Communicating Sequential Processes Gophers Slack K8s Slack   […]

Episode 139 – Talking Go with Erik St. Martin

  Suz is a front-end developer by trade, and open source contributor and enthusiast in her spare time. She likes the web, robots, accessibility, education, and code.   Links   Resources Xbox Adaptive Controller   “Tempting Time” by Animals As Leaders […]

Episode 138 – MXChip and IoT with Suz Hinton

  Mads is the Program Manager for the C# Language. He maintains the language specification and runs the language design process for C#. Many years ago Mads was a professor, and also contributed to a language starting with J.   Links   Resources   […]

Episode 137 – Mads Torgersen on C# 8 and Beyond

  With recent events, many of us have been or will be told to work from home. Today we are going to discuss tips and techniques to be effective as a remote worker. Staying focused StayFocusd Listen to music Dedicated space Desk Chair Wifi (Dream Machine is awesome!) Others? interacting […]

Episode 136 – Working Remotely

  Aaron is the CTO and co-founder of Petabridge, where they are making distributed programming for .NET developers easy by working on Akka.NET and Helios. Prior to Petabridge he founded MarkedUp Analytics, and worked at Microsoft as a Startup Developer Evangelist.   Links   Resources […]

Episode 135 – Akka.NET with Aaron Stannard

  The 3 of us have all worked at a startup before. We don’t remember it being too terribly chaotic and yet somehow we were still successful. What do you think of when you hear that so-and-so company has a startup culture? – Beer – Ping Pong – Beanbag chairs […]

Episode 134 – Startup Culture