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

  Brice is a senior software engineer on the Entity Framework team at Microsoft. In his spare time, he enjoys giving back to the community through blogging and open source.   Links   “Tempting Time” by Animals As Leaders used with permissions – All Rights Reserved […]

Episode 132 – EF and EF Core with Brice Lambson

  What is devops? DevOps is the union of people, process, and technology to enable the continous delivery of value to customers Key metrics for successful development Throughput Lead Time – from concept to deployed Deployment Frequency – how frequent new code is deployed Stability Change Failure – how often […]

Episode 130 – Progression Into DevOps

  Karl is a technology team builder, software engineer, and startup enthusiast. He’s CTO at The Graide Network and helps technology speakers succeed at CFP Land.   Links   Resources The Architecture Of Open Source Applications The Comprehensive Guide to Speaking at Technology Conferences in […]

Episode 129 – Conference Speaking with Karl Hughes

  What causes burnout? Too much work? Possibly, but not necessarily Many people work crazy hours and do not suffer from burnout. Work/life balance? Again, this is possible The feeling of work/life unbalance is more of a symptom than a reason. Compound Stress This seems to be the real cause. […]

Episode 128 – Dealing with Burnout

  Lee is a front-end developer with experience in JavaScript, Node, React, and Vue. He’s the Project Codex Organizer and co-host of TechJR podcast.   Links   Resources Cracking the Coding Interview   “Tempting Time” by Animals As Leaders used with permissions – All Rights Reserved […]

Episode 127 – Getting Jr Developers Hired w/ Lee Warrick

  Tim is a software developer who specializes in C# and JavaScript development. He focuses on identifying pain points and eliminating them.   Links   Resources   “Tempting Time” by Animals As Leaders used with permissions – All Rights Reserved   × Subscribe […]

Episode 126 – Dapper vs Entity Framework with Tim Corey