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Heretic is about the social justice movement and the unwritten rules that underpin (and may undermine) it. Hosted by lifelong social justice advocate Sam Killermann, and featuring interviews with guest activists, authors, and artists who have been pushed to the fringes by the movement, or spent their lives fighting for social justice, Heretic is a light conversation about the darkness in society. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heretic/support
 
Bad Dogma is an interview based podcast that examines personal beliefs in a world where individual truth is continually evolving. Covering topics Ranging from The Supernatural, philosophic Metaphysical, Doctrinal, esoteric and the personal belief systems that make up everyday life.
 
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Summary Mark Eisenberg talks about the move to DevOps in large enterprises, the challenges they face, and the lessons they can learn from other companies. Details Who he is, what he does. What an enterprise is, examples; pets vs cattle. A definition of DevOps; collaboration and automation; build process to be automatable vs automating a human proce…
 
Summary Mads Torgersen answers questions from listeners about the upcoming release of C# 10. Details Deprecated features. Extension everything, some background, some possible features, starting over, an extension interface. Roles and shapes, maybe preview in C# 11, maybe release in C# 12 - "the edge of programming languages". Is the work in the des…
 
Summary Mads Torgersen talks to me about the upcoming release of C# 10. Details Who he is, what he does. The design team. Danes and language design. Aims for C# 10; yearly cadence; simplification, removing boiler plate; minimal API, fuller lambda expression. Relationship with .NET team. Users driving changes. Picking the changes to make; championin…
 
Summary Mark Seemann on how to improve your software skills, and it's not all about programming. Details Who he is, what he does. The title of his book. Software - engineering/art/craft/science. Writing code that other people can understand is the hard challenge. Software is not engineering, yet. How to improve your own way of working. Keeping comp…
 
Summary David Guida and I discuss event sourcing, what it is, its uses and drawbacks, and how to get started. Details Who he is, what he does. Overview of event sourcing, everything is an event, aggregates and domain driven design. A practical example; multiple subscribers; the query model and storing calculated data. Why not use a database. Correc…
 
Summary Martin Beeby and I continue our discussion on AWS and .NET, turning to security, IaC, and, how to get started with AWS. Details Security feels different and is different; IAM, roles and permissions. Documentation. Tooling for .NET developers, best withing Visual Studio, some for VS Code and Rider; Lambda templates and tests, local deploy wi…
 
Recently Ghana government have come under pressure under the #FixTheCountry. What started as a social media campaign under #FixTheCountry is turning into a full-fledged movement propelled by predominantly young Ghanaians calling for better living conditions. Some Ghanaians are also telling the youth to #FixYourMindset first before fixing the countr…
 
Summary Dr. Jamie Goldstein discusses how we are affected by Covid-19, and how to build your mental and emotional fitness. Details Who she is, what she does, what Coa offers. Impact of 2020/2021 on mental health, "Pulling back the curtain"; how Covid broke our community; "work from home" vs "work with home". Stress over a longer period affecting mo…
 
Summary Martin Beeby talks about how AWS supports .NET on their cloud. Details Who he is, what he does, doing VB.NET, context switching between languages. AWS is for .NET developers; Microsoft going open source and cross platform dev. Moving from Microsoft to AWS. Visual Studio, VS Code, Rider, Docker. C# and .NET are first class citizens on AWS. G…
 
Summary Suparna Damany talks about the little changes we can make to stay physically healthy while working during Covid-19. Details Who she is. What she does. Impact of not going to office; less exercise, more hours worked. What employers should provide. Damage and repair is is happening every day; cumulative nature. Little bursts of exercise; inte…
 
Summary Luke Hoban, CTO of Pulumi talks about modern Infrastructure as Software tools and approaches. Details Who he is, what he does, less coding more team building. History of IaC. Replace instead of repair; using more managed services. When did IaC start. Configuration orchestration vs configuration management; cloud infrastructure as code. What…
 
Summary Todd Gardner, creator of TrackJS and RequestMetrics tells me how the web runs on JavaScript why it is so important. Details Who he is, what he does. JavaScript and ECMA Script, TypeScript, CoffeeScript, transpilers; Blazor, WebAssembly; SliverLight and Flash. JavaScript on IoT. JavaScript on the backend; Bryan rants about using Json with C#…
 
Summary Brandon Minnick of Microsoft talks about the process of publishing an app to the various app stores. Details Who he is, what he does. GitHub repo exploration; side loading an app; compiling the code to build the binaries, hosting the binaries instead. The app store rule book and reviews. App Centre Test and testing you app. Fun with manual …
 
Summary Martine and Michael Dowden talk about the importance of teaching children to program and how to get started. Details Who they are, what they do. The benefits of programming, when to start, Robot Turtles, Scratch and Scratch Junior, moving to a traditional programming language. Helping the child move to the next step, keep their interests in…
 
Summary Dr. Mads Torgersen, lead designer of C# at Microsoft answers listener questions. Details How ideas for C# become features, other languages, user requests, user problems. Taking over from Anders Hejlsberg, a quiet change. Move to open source, championing new features. UI plans for C#. Extensions everything and shapes, keeping up with other l…
 
Summary Dr. Mads Torgersen, lead designer of C# at Microsoft, talks to me about the upcoming release of C# 9. Details Who he is, what he does, working on C# full time, who he works with. The design process. Doctor Mads, PhD. Init only properties. Records, immutability and a rabbit hole. Top level programs - simpler main programs; making programs si…
 
Summary Bill Wagner of Microsoft talks about the goal of one .NET. Details Who he is, what he does. What .NET 5 is, what is happening .NET Framework. How .NET 5 relates to .NET Core. Migrating to .NET 5. Performance improvements. What happens to Entity Framework. Framework to .NET 5 - reasons to stay, reasons to move; Windows specific features. Wha…
 
Summary Dylan Beattie talks about the present and future of tech conferences, how organizers, presenters and attendees are adapting. Details Who he is, what he does, and what he is doing during the recording! Conferences that are going on now. Participating as an attendee, dedicating time, trying to work; more available to people who can't travel. …
 
Summary Aaron Stannard talks about the challenges facing the open source software world and how he thinks they can be addressed. Details Who he is, what he does, a little about Akka and the actor model. Aaron’s blogs on open source projects, burnout; Microsoft vs other software ecosystems; sustainable open source, being a victim of your own success…
 
Summary Abraham Asfaw of IBM talks about the current state of their quantum computing project, and how it has moved out of the lab and into industry and education. Details Who he is, what he does. Quick overview of quantum computing and Qiskit. Book on quantum computing for undergraduates. State of quantum in industry, optimization problems, quantu…
 
Summary Maria Naggaga talks about Try .NET and .NET Interactive - new ways of learning and demonstrating .NET code, and running samples. Details Who she is, what she does. Presenting at conferences. What try dot net is, why they built it; language support. What it lookds like, how to use it. Complexity of what it can run. A small $30,000 bill. Comp…
 
Summary Heather Newman talks about company culture, why it is so important and how you can help improve it. Details Who she is, what she does. What culture means, elements of a good culture, transparency and trust; trust and mistakes. Heather's talk at MS ignite. How to find out about the culture from the outside, a bad reputation spreads. The inte…
 
Summary Jeff Haynie of Pinpoint talks about their survey and report on how engineering teams measure their performance. Details Who he is, what he does, a little about Appcelerator Titanium. What is Pinpoint, finding out what is going in engineering. Report on state of engineering performance management, companies surveyed, metrics used. Software i…
 
Summary This is a re-release of a podcast I made with the late K. Scott Allen in 2015. Details Who he is; is ASP.NET 5 a rewrite; lightweight, better for SPAs; Scott's favorite new features ; don't need vs 2015, works on Linux; more modular; cross platform, core (subset) CLR; lighter on resources; inbuilt dependency injection; new configuration sys…
 
Summary Dennie Declercq talks about autism, becoming a developer and his views on how to work with others with autism. Details Who he is, what he does, volunteer work. Dennie's view on autism, learning to program. Working, keeping the mind busy, crashing. Joining a coaching program. The challenges Dennie faces at work, getting stuck in a thought, e…
 
Summary Bob Martin talks about his new book, the origins of agile, its current state and his hopes for its future. Details Who he is, what he does. Frustration and writing his new book - Clean Agile. What agile is, small idea for small teams to execute small projects. "fuss and muss" and the origins of agile; small steps - code, tests and Mercury c…
 
Summary Brandon Minnick of Microsoft continues with his list of common mistakes in async/await programming and his suggestions. Details Don't return awaits (sometimes), ConfigureAwait(false), synchronization context, what about API applications with no UI, and .NET Core is different too. Do I need async if I my threadpool never runs out of threads,…
 
Summary Brandon Minnick of Microsoft talks about common mistakes when using async/await, and offers solutions. Details Who he is, what he does. What asynchronous programming is, calling code that will return an answer in the future; multithreading. How to make a synchronous method asynchronous, freeing the calling thread; what the compiler does wit…
 
Summary Lars Klint talks about the cloud first approach to software development. Details Who he is, what he does, why he is in Australia. What the cloud is, and how to get into it. IaaS, PaaS, SaaS. What “cloud first” means; data sovereignty; cloud only. Serverless, “Serverless is PaaS on steroids”, cold starts in serverless, hot-tiers. All compani…
 
Summary Dylan Beattie talks about his love of programming, esoteric languages and his language, Rockstar. Details Who he is, what he does. Dylan and Bryan had Amstrad computers. Programming as art, programming for the sake of programming, Conway's game of life, demo scene, squeezing more out of the hardware. Squeezing more out of software; code gol…
 
Summary Isaac Levin of Microsoft talks about Application Insights, how to use it and what you can learn from the data. Details Who he is, what what does. What Application Insights is, where it can be used, can be used with any language. Isaac's favorite feature. How to use it. Who uses it. Mobile and IoT use cases. Most common uses, web, desktop, e…
 
Summary Laurie Barth tells me why she loves speaking at conferences and gives some advice on how you can become a speaker too. Details Who she is, what she does. Why she likes speaking at conferences, how she got started. Going from knowing about something to talking about. Telling a story. What makes a good talk, practice, engage with the audience…
 
Summary Patrick Smacchia of NDepend comes back on the podcast to talk about updates to the tool in the past two years. Details Who he is, what he does. A little bit of background on NDepend. Azure devops; NDepend in CICD, coming soon to Linux containers. Visual Studio extension, challenges in writing extensions in VS 2019, extension placement; no V…
 
Summary Michal Klos of Indigo explains how they use Snowflake to help grow food, improve agriculture and the protect environment. Details Who he is, what he does. Decommoditizing agriculture. What Snowflake is, it's in all the clouds. Difference between a data warehouse and a database; could Snowflake be used instead of a database. Michal’s first e…
 
Summary Elissa Shevinsky, author and founder of Faster Than Light, talks about static code analysis and why you should be doing it. Details Who she is, what she does. A little about Faster Than Light. What static analysis is; why it is important, availability by language. How to get started. Making it part of CI/CD. Uploading code to Faster Than Li…
 
Summary Angela Dugan talks about teams, what they are, how they go wrong and how to build a great one. Details Who she is, what she does. What a team is; should we all be full-stack developers. Types of team member, introverts and extroverts. Difference between leader and manager. Career path for developers who don't want to manage. Finding the str…
 
** Summary ** Mads Torgersen talks about the upcoming release of C#, what's new, what's different, what else is coming in the future. He also answers questions from Twitter. ** Details ** Who he is, what he does. What new in C# 8; robustness, pits of success; nullable reference types. No breaking changes. Use of language features, IntelliCode. The …
 
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