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Join Jess, Todd, and Chris as they do their best to keep up-to-date with what's going on in the software development world today. Who knows - maybe you'll learn a thing or two!

Latest Episodes

Messaging in Distributed Systems - What's the Deal?

Chris, Jess, and Todd chat about enterprise messaging patterns. Is it a good practice to put a message bus or a queue in between your web server and your middle tier services? Can message buses be overkill? What's the best way for your loosely-coupled containerized services to communicate with one another? Did Todd actually say that there's some benefits to building a monolith? We asked all these questions, but you've got to listen to see how many of them we actually answered... or how many answers we actually got right.

72 MIN2018 MAR 14
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Messaging in Distributed Systems - What's the Deal?

Going beyond NuGet.org by creating your own packages

Jess and Chris chat about not just using NuGet to download Microsoft's and other Open Source libraries from NuGet.org, but creating your own custom NuGet packages to help version and distribute your own components, without ever leaving your firewall! Links Microsoft: Creating and Publishing a NuGet Package Microsoft: Creating NuGet Symbol Packages Microsoft: .nuspec File Reference SemVer.org: Semantic Versioning guide SymbolSource.org: The public symbol server MyGet.org: Host your own (private or public) NuGet feed ProGet NuGet feed source JFrog Artifactory: Artifact repository with NuGet support

78 MIN2018 FEB 28
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Going beyond NuGet.org by creating your own packages

Real-World Git

Todd, Chris, and Jess chat about using Git in their day-to-day lives. Jess thinks it's the best thing since the CPU, but Todd thinks it's just the shiny new toy that's no better than TFS. Meanwhile, Chris thinks that GitFlow is the most overly-complicated process he's ever seen. What do you think? Links Think Like (a) Git GitHub.com: Understanding GitHub Flow Vincent Driessen: A successful Git branching model (GitFlow) Atlassian: Comparing Git Workflows

86 MIN2017 DEC 21
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Real-World Git

Developer Productivity: TechBash 2017 Conference Panel

What's the best way for a developer to provide true "value"? Join our panel of experienced developers as they discuss their patterns, practices, methodologies, frameworks, tips and tricks that help them reach their maximum productivity. Whether it's solving customer problems (usually with code), contributing to or running open source projects, or even curating online content like video training courses, these panelists tell you their secrets of how the "get stuff done." Panelists Scott Allen Stephen Bohlen Damian Brady Suz Hinton Oren Novotny

63 MIN2017 OCT 6
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Developer Productivity: TechBash 2017 Conference Panel

Real-World DevOps with Andy Schwam

What does "DevOps" really mean when you're not up on stage demoing the latest DevOps product or working at Netflix, Etsy, or Facebook? To find out, we askAndy Schwam(@schwammy), a development manager, architect, and coder who has lived and breathed the concepts of "DevOps" in the real world... and lived to tell about it. What's myth and what works? What's hard and what's easy? Andy takes us behind the scenes and tells us what it takes to transform an existing error-prone manual deployment to a highly-reliable, repeatable, and automated process.

86 MIN2017 AUG 14
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Real-World DevOps with Andy Schwam

Introducing Razor Pages

Razor Pages is a brand new feature in .NET Core 2.0 that brings the Page Model back into .NET Core, providing developers a simple, effective, and above all, easy way to create dynamic web pages without having to get into the details of the Model-View-Controller (MVC) approach. Or is it? Join Jess, Todd, and Chris as they try to make sense of that one last .NET Core2.0 feature that they left out in the last episode, Razor Pages. What exactly is it? Is it actually simple? Is it really easier than using ASP.NET Core MVC? Show Notes and Related Links Razor Pages - Official Documentation Razor Pages - Getting Started with the Preview (Mike's DotNetting) Razor Pages - Understanding Handler Methods (Mike's DotNetting) Model-View-Presenter (MVP) Design Pattern MVC or MVP Pattern - What's the Difference? (Todd's blog post)

71 MIN2017 AUG 3
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Introducing Razor Pages

.NET Core 2.0: Is it ready?

In anticipation of the up-coming .NET Core 2.0 release (and the preview currently available), Todd, Jess, and Chris offer their answers to some of the frequently asked questions around .NET Core, such as: Does .NET Core 2.0 have all the namespaces/APIs as .NET 4.6? Does .NET Core support Visual Basic (VB.NET) yet? What about SignalR - is that available? What options do I have when running my ASP.NET Core applications? Do I have to use IIS? What about Docker? What is .NET Standard (and should I care)? What's the best IDE to use when building an ASP.NET Core application? And, of course… Should I start moving from .NET 4.6 to .NET Core now? Is it ready for prime time? Links and References Webinar courtesy of PostSharp: Who needs Visual Studio? A look at .NET Core on Linux Build 2017 Sessions online An overview of .NET Core, discussing the approach, features, and goals Visual Basic in .NET Core announced with .NET Core 2.0 Preview 1 (It's there… search for "Visual Basic is now Support...

73 MIN2017 JUN 19
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.NET Core 2.0: Is it ready?

The Twelve-Factor App: How to build modern, cloud-ready web applications

Join Jess, Todd, and Chris as they discuss "The Twelve-Factor App": a set of patterns and practices that are crucial to building modern, scalable, and "cloud-ready" applications. The 12 Factors will help you build web applications that: Use declarative formats for setup automation, to minimize time and cost for new developers joining the project; Have a clean contract with the underlying operating system, offering maximum portability between execution environments; Are suitable for deployment on modern cloud platforms, obviating the need for servers and systems administration; Minimize divergence between development and production, enabling continuous deployment for maximum agility; And can scale up without significant changes to tooling, architecture, or development practices. Show Links: The Twelve-Factor App: The site that started it all Beyond the Twelve-Factor App: (free eBook) The follow-up book that expands on the original 12 Factors and adds some great real-world advice

70 MIN2017 JAN 25
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The Twelve-Factor App: How to build modern, cloud-ready web applications

Visual Studio Code vs. Visual Studio "Classic" -- what's an IDE, anyway?

In this episode, Chris, Todd, and Jess discuss how awesome Visual Studio Code is while Todd defends the relevance of the full-blown Visual Studio "Classic Cadillac" IDE. What's the difference between an "IDE" and the new breed of powerful and extensible "text editors" such as Notepad++, Sublime Text, and now Visual Studio Code. Oh yeah, and Jess gets yet another reason to talk about how great TypeScript is, too. Show Links Extending the Visual Studio IDE ("classic Cadillac") Extending Visual Studio Code Jess's VS Code NuGet Reverse Package Search extension (Source Code)

55 MIN2016 NOV 28
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Visual Studio Code vs. Visual Studio "Classic" -- what's an IDE, anyway?

.NET Core RTM - Real World "File > New Project"

Several episodes in to the ".NET Core RTM" series, Jess, Todd, and Chris finally get down to the specifics of how to use .NET Core. Starting with File > New Project all the way down to View Components, they talk about what it's like to actually use ASP.NET Core to develop real web applications.

59 MIN2016 AUG 23
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.NET Core RTM - Real World "File > New Project"

Latest Episodes

Messaging in Distributed Systems - What's the Deal?

Chris, Jess, and Todd chat about enterprise messaging patterns. Is it a good practice to put a message bus or a queue in between your web server and your middle tier services? Can message buses be overkill? What's the best way for your loosely-coupled containerized services to communicate with one another? Did Todd actually say that there's some benefits to building a monolith? We asked all these questions, but you've got to listen to see how many of them we actually answered... or how many answers we actually got right.

72 MIN2018 MAR 14
Comments
Messaging in Distributed Systems - What's the Deal?

Going beyond NuGet.org by creating your own packages

Jess and Chris chat about not just using NuGet to download Microsoft's and other Open Source libraries from NuGet.org, but creating your own custom NuGet packages to help version and distribute your own components, without ever leaving your firewall! Links Microsoft: Creating and Publishing a NuGet Package Microsoft: Creating NuGet Symbol Packages Microsoft: .nuspec File Reference SemVer.org: Semantic Versioning guide SymbolSource.org: The public symbol server MyGet.org: Host your own (private or public) NuGet feed ProGet NuGet feed source JFrog Artifactory: Artifact repository with NuGet support

78 MIN2018 FEB 28
Comments
Going beyond NuGet.org by creating your own packages

Real-World Git

Todd, Chris, and Jess chat about using Git in their day-to-day lives. Jess thinks it's the best thing since the CPU, but Todd thinks it's just the shiny new toy that's no better than TFS. Meanwhile, Chris thinks that GitFlow is the most overly-complicated process he's ever seen. What do you think? Links Think Like (a) Git GitHub.com: Understanding GitHub Flow Vincent Driessen: A successful Git branching model (GitFlow) Atlassian: Comparing Git Workflows

86 MIN2017 DEC 21
Comments
Real-World Git

Developer Productivity: TechBash 2017 Conference Panel

What's the best way for a developer to provide true "value"? Join our panel of experienced developers as they discuss their patterns, practices, methodologies, frameworks, tips and tricks that help them reach their maximum productivity. Whether it's solving customer problems (usually with code), contributing to or running open source projects, or even curating online content like video training courses, these panelists tell you their secrets of how the "get stuff done." Panelists Scott Allen Stephen Bohlen Damian Brady Suz Hinton Oren Novotny

63 MIN2017 OCT 6
Comments
Developer Productivity: TechBash 2017 Conference Panel

Real-World DevOps with Andy Schwam

What does "DevOps" really mean when you're not up on stage demoing the latest DevOps product or working at Netflix, Etsy, or Facebook? To find out, we askAndy Schwam(@schwammy), a development manager, architect, and coder who has lived and breathed the concepts of "DevOps" in the real world... and lived to tell about it. What's myth and what works? What's hard and what's easy? Andy takes us behind the scenes and tells us what it takes to transform an existing error-prone manual deployment to a highly-reliable, repeatable, and automated process.

86 MIN2017 AUG 14
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Real-World DevOps with Andy Schwam

Introducing Razor Pages

Razor Pages is a brand new feature in .NET Core 2.0 that brings the Page Model back into .NET Core, providing developers a simple, effective, and above all, easy way to create dynamic web pages without having to get into the details of the Model-View-Controller (MVC) approach. Or is it? Join Jess, Todd, and Chris as they try to make sense of that one last .NET Core2.0 feature that they left out in the last episode, Razor Pages. What exactly is it? Is it actually simple? Is it really easier than using ASP.NET Core MVC? Show Notes and Related Links Razor Pages - Official Documentation Razor Pages - Getting Started with the Preview (Mike's DotNetting) Razor Pages - Understanding Handler Methods (Mike's DotNetting) Model-View-Presenter (MVP) Design Pattern MVC or MVP Pattern - What's the Difference? (Todd's blog post)

71 MIN2017 AUG 3
Comments
Introducing Razor Pages

.NET Core 2.0: Is it ready?

In anticipation of the up-coming .NET Core 2.0 release (and the preview currently available), Todd, Jess, and Chris offer their answers to some of the frequently asked questions around .NET Core, such as: Does .NET Core 2.0 have all the namespaces/APIs as .NET 4.6? Does .NET Core support Visual Basic (VB.NET) yet? What about SignalR - is that available? What options do I have when running my ASP.NET Core applications? Do I have to use IIS? What about Docker? What is .NET Standard (and should I care)? What's the best IDE to use when building an ASP.NET Core application? And, of course… Should I start moving from .NET 4.6 to .NET Core now? Is it ready for prime time? Links and References Webinar courtesy of PostSharp: Who needs Visual Studio? A look at .NET Core on Linux Build 2017 Sessions online An overview of .NET Core, discussing the approach, features, and goals Visual Basic in .NET Core announced with .NET Core 2.0 Preview 1 (It's there… search for "Visual Basic is now Support...

73 MIN2017 JUN 19
Comments
.NET Core 2.0: Is it ready?

The Twelve-Factor App: How to build modern, cloud-ready web applications

Join Jess, Todd, and Chris as they discuss "The Twelve-Factor App": a set of patterns and practices that are crucial to building modern, scalable, and "cloud-ready" applications. The 12 Factors will help you build web applications that: Use declarative formats for setup automation, to minimize time and cost for new developers joining the project; Have a clean contract with the underlying operating system, offering maximum portability between execution environments; Are suitable for deployment on modern cloud platforms, obviating the need for servers and systems administration; Minimize divergence between development and production, enabling continuous deployment for maximum agility; And can scale up without significant changes to tooling, architecture, or development practices. Show Links: The Twelve-Factor App: The site that started it all Beyond the Twelve-Factor App: (free eBook) The follow-up book that expands on the original 12 Factors and adds some great real-world advice

70 MIN2017 JAN 25
Comments
The Twelve-Factor App: How to build modern, cloud-ready web applications

Visual Studio Code vs. Visual Studio "Classic" -- what's an IDE, anyway?

In this episode, Chris, Todd, and Jess discuss how awesome Visual Studio Code is while Todd defends the relevance of the full-blown Visual Studio "Classic Cadillac" IDE. What's the difference between an "IDE" and the new breed of powerful and extensible "text editors" such as Notepad++, Sublime Text, and now Visual Studio Code. Oh yeah, and Jess gets yet another reason to talk about how great TypeScript is, too. Show Links Extending the Visual Studio IDE ("classic Cadillac") Extending Visual Studio Code Jess's VS Code NuGet Reverse Package Search extension (Source Code)

55 MIN2016 NOV 28
Comments
Visual Studio Code vs. Visual Studio "Classic" -- what's an IDE, anyway?

.NET Core RTM - Real World "File > New Project"

Several episodes in to the ".NET Core RTM" series, Jess, Todd, and Chris finally get down to the specifics of how to use .NET Core. Starting with File > New Project all the way down to View Components, they talk about what it's like to actually use ASP.NET Core to develop real web applications.

59 MIN2016 AUG 23
Comments
.NET Core RTM - Real World "File > New Project"