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MS Dev Show

Jason Young & Carl Schweitzer

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Jason Young & Carl Schweitzer

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THE podcast for Microsoft developers. Jason Young and Carl Schweitzer talk about the latest in developer news covering topics such as the Azure cloud, Windows, Visual Studio, and cross-platform development using the Microsoft platform.

Latest Episodes

VS Code Remote Dev & XPS 13 Review

This week Carl and I talk about how awesome the VS Code remote features really are. I got my XPS 13 laptop and provide my first thoughts. We cover some of the rumors about the Microsoft event. And start updating your websites to support dark mode.

71 MIN2 w ago
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VS Code Remote Dev & XPS 13 Review

Load Balancing with Sharad Agrawal

We talk with Sharad Agrawal about load balancing options in Azure, and we deep dive into Azure Front Door. Dark all the things. The war over e-books. And find out if Carl and I are getting the new iPhone.

51 MINSEP 19
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Load Balancing with Sharad Agrawal

Jason is Building a PC

This week Carl and Jason talk about PC building and laptop choices. Is web scraping legal? Throwing away microservices. And what happens if your license plate is NULL? News Electron 6.0.0 Web Scraping and Crawling Are Perfectly Legal, Right? How to estimate programming time 3 Kinds of Good Tech Debt What happens when you launch Google Chrome for the first time on a Windows 10 machine? npm install funding Why our team cancelled our move to microservices Null license plate backfires on owner Wisocnsin License Plate Rules AMD Ryzen Gen 3 https://nickcraver.com/desktop-build/ https://pcpartpicker.com/ Dev Tip of the Week Theming in Visual Studio just got a lot easier

71 MINAUG 30
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Jason is Building a PC

Open Sourcing the Calculator with Dave Grochocki and Howard Wolosky

We deep-dive into the open sourcing of the Windows calculator app. We announce the winner of the Raygun contest. Azure gets smarter about reliability. And a critical flaw in the Raspberry Pi 4, but it's still faster than other computers we discuss.

60 MINAUG 2
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Open Sourcing the Calculator with Dave Grochocki and Howard Wolosky

Graph Toolkit with Nikola Metulev

We talk with Nikola Metulev about Graph Toolkit. What it takes to join the boring technology club. Bitcoin mining on the Apollo guidance computer - is it a good idea? No. No it is not. … And the technology I can't think of is GaN - thank you future me for ignoring the temporal prime directive and travelling back in time to remind me.

40 MINJUL 18
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Graph Toolkit with Nikola Metulev

Adaptive Cards Update with Matt Hidinger

We talk with Matt Hidinger about how flexible adaptive cards have become. The 5 laws of software estimates. A thin, repairable device from HP. And Google's robots.txt parser is now open source.

59 MINJUL 8
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Adaptive Cards Update with Matt Hidinger

UWP + C++ with Kenny Kerr

We talk with Kenny Kerr about C++ WinRT and interop between all the things. Spray your way to GitHub success. Write your HTML in an innovative new language known as HTML. And how satellites are watching it all.

53 MINJUL 2
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UWP + C++ with Kenny Kerr

Real-World Blazor with Ed Charbeneau

We talk with Ed Charbeneau about what it's really like to use Blazor. Learning how CPU's work by writing one in code. Finally, a good way to support your favorite open source projects. And writing a chat system with only CSS and no JavaScript - you monster.

68 MINJUN 24
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Real-World Blazor with Ed Charbeneau

Better Code with Steve Smith

We talk with Steve Smith about writing better code. Love your job? Someone may be taking advantage of you. NASA is 3d printing. And your car knows when you gain weight.

61 MINJUN 18
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Better Code with Steve Smith

.NET Core Announcements & Roadmap with Scott Hunter

This is our final special episode in our Build 2019 series. This is episode 222, and we sat down with Scott Hunter to talk about all the amazing things happening on the .NET platform including the upcoming roadmap.

46 MINJUN 3
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.NET Core Announcements & Roadmap with Scott Hunter

Latest Episodes

VS Code Remote Dev & XPS 13 Review

This week Carl and I talk about how awesome the VS Code remote features really are. I got my XPS 13 laptop and provide my first thoughts. We cover some of the rumors about the Microsoft event. And start updating your websites to support dark mode.

71 MIN2 w ago
Comments
VS Code Remote Dev & XPS 13 Review

Load Balancing with Sharad Agrawal

We talk with Sharad Agrawal about load balancing options in Azure, and we deep dive into Azure Front Door. Dark all the things. The war over e-books. And find out if Carl and I are getting the new iPhone.

51 MINSEP 19
Comments
Load Balancing with Sharad Agrawal

Jason is Building a PC

This week Carl and Jason talk about PC building and laptop choices. Is web scraping legal? Throwing away microservices. And what happens if your license plate is NULL? News Electron 6.0.0 Web Scraping and Crawling Are Perfectly Legal, Right? How to estimate programming time 3 Kinds of Good Tech Debt What happens when you launch Google Chrome for the first time on a Windows 10 machine? npm install funding Why our team cancelled our move to microservices Null license plate backfires on owner Wisocnsin License Plate Rules AMD Ryzen Gen 3 https://nickcraver.com/desktop-build/ https://pcpartpicker.com/ Dev Tip of the Week Theming in Visual Studio just got a lot easier

71 MINAUG 30
Comments
Jason is Building a PC

Open Sourcing the Calculator with Dave Grochocki and Howard Wolosky

We deep-dive into the open sourcing of the Windows calculator app. We announce the winner of the Raygun contest. Azure gets smarter about reliability. And a critical flaw in the Raspberry Pi 4, but it's still faster than other computers we discuss.

60 MINAUG 2
Comments
Open Sourcing the Calculator with Dave Grochocki and Howard Wolosky

Graph Toolkit with Nikola Metulev

We talk with Nikola Metulev about Graph Toolkit. What it takes to join the boring technology club. Bitcoin mining on the Apollo guidance computer - is it a good idea? No. No it is not. … And the technology I can't think of is GaN - thank you future me for ignoring the temporal prime directive and travelling back in time to remind me.

40 MINJUL 18
Comments
Graph Toolkit with Nikola Metulev

Adaptive Cards Update with Matt Hidinger

We talk with Matt Hidinger about how flexible adaptive cards have become. The 5 laws of software estimates. A thin, repairable device from HP. And Google's robots.txt parser is now open source.

59 MINJUL 8
Comments
Adaptive Cards Update with Matt Hidinger

UWP + C++ with Kenny Kerr

We talk with Kenny Kerr about C++ WinRT and interop between all the things. Spray your way to GitHub success. Write your HTML in an innovative new language known as HTML. And how satellites are watching it all.

53 MINJUL 2
Comments
UWP + C++ with Kenny Kerr

Real-World Blazor with Ed Charbeneau

We talk with Ed Charbeneau about what it's really like to use Blazor. Learning how CPU's work by writing one in code. Finally, a good way to support your favorite open source projects. And writing a chat system with only CSS and no JavaScript - you monster.

68 MINJUN 24
Comments
Real-World Blazor with Ed Charbeneau

Better Code with Steve Smith

We talk with Steve Smith about writing better code. Love your job? Someone may be taking advantage of you. NASA is 3d printing. And your car knows when you gain weight.

61 MINJUN 18
Comments
Better Code with Steve Smith

.NET Core Announcements & Roadmap with Scott Hunter

This is our final special episode in our Build 2019 series. This is episode 222, and we sat down with Scott Hunter to talk about all the amazing things happening on the .NET platform including the upcoming roadmap.

46 MINJUN 3
Comments
.NET Core Announcements & Roadmap with Scott Hunter