Uncovering Advanced .NET Front-end Development: Blazor, Micro Frontends, and AngleSharp - .NET 167
Florian Rappl is a solutions architect at Smapiot GmbH. They delve into the intricate world of .NET development and open-source projects. Florian shares his experiences with classic ASP and .NET Web Forms, reflecting on the creation and influence of the AngleSharp framework. Additionally, they explore the challenges and developments in parsing HTML, the Pyra framework for micro-front ends, and the use of web views and Electron for cross-platform consistency.
Inside .NET Development: Analyzing WinForms, Visual Studio Transition, and C# 12 Features - .NET 166
Dustin Campbell is the Principal Software Engineer at Microsoft. They delve into the world of C#, Visual Studio, and .NET development. They also share insights into their experiences working on a range of projects within Microsoft. Additionally, they explore the intricacies of C# 12 features, the dynamics of language and tooling solutions, and the implementation of primary constructors for data classes. Join us as we navigate through the complexities and innovations in the world of C# development.
How To Recession Proof Your Job - BONUS
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Become a Better Developer with Steve (ardalis) Smith - .NET 165
Steve (ardalis) Smith is a renowned member of the .NET community. He joins the show to talk about API endpoints. They delve into the exciting world of .NET development. They share their insights on topics such as clean architecture, minimal APIs, and the latest features in .NET 8. Get ready for a knowledge-packed episode as they explore the intricacies of building APIs, organizing code, and much more.
Mastering NoSQL: A Deep Dive into the Evolution and Features of RavenDB - .NET 164
Dejan Milicic is leading the DevRel department at RavenDB. They have a fascinating discussion on the SQL vs. NoSQL debate and the evolution of databases in the digital age. They also dive into the development of RavenDB, its key features, and its latest version.
Building Custom Analyzers and Refactorings Using Roslynator - .NET 163
Josef Pihrt is a senior .NET developer. They dive into the fascinating realm of custom analyzers and code refactorings using the Roslynator. They discuss the benefits and challenges of implementing analyzers, as well as the process of contributing to projects like Roslynator in the .NET organization.
ASP.NET API Versioning with Chris Martinez - .NET 162
Chris Martinez is a software engineer at Amazon Web Services. He begins by sharing how he got into .NET and C#. They dive into API Versioning, things they have learned about it, its advantages, how it works, and many more!
Navigating the Complexity of Migrating from from .NET 4.8 to NET 7 - .NET 161
Jimmy Bogard is the President at Jimmy Bogard Consulting LLC. They dive into the world of .NET and explore the adventures of migrating applications. They discuss the challenges, strategies, and tools involved in this process. From discovery and planning to execution and teardown. They also explore the importance of supporting older frameworks and the implications it has on development.
The Magic of DAPR with Cecil Phillip - .NET 160
In this episode of Adventures in .NET we learn about DAPR and how it can make all of our lives easier. Maybe you like microservices or maybe you don’t, well DAPR is here to help with implementation and getting all the different parts of your application talking to each other.
Checking safety in Exactly-once, TLA+ and Stronger message processing - .NET 159
Tomek Masternak is an Engineer at Particular Software. He joins the show to talk about his video, "Checking safety in Exactly-once ". He begins by explaining what TLA+ is, the advantages and benefits of using this, the problems it solves, and many more. Additionally, he dives into "Ensuring exactly-once message processing with model checking" and talks about Stronger message processing.
Get Interactive with Jupyter Notebook - .NET 158
Ron Dagdag, lead software engineer at Spacee, joins us to get interactive with Jupyter Notebook. It is an open-source web application that allows you to create and share documents that contain live code, equations, visualizations and narrative text. Microsoft has embraced Jupyter Notebook with the open source .NET Interactive project. The more we discussed Jupyter Notebook the more ways we came up with to use it. For instance Ron uses it for a lot of his demos and you can share it with someone without them having to install anything because it runs in the browser. Do you have any ideas on how to use Jupyter Notebook? If so share it with us on Twitter at @dotnet_Podcast.
Integration Testing - The Why and How - .NET 157
We talk to Martin Costello - a .NET developer with a QA background - about integration testing. We walk through the different types of automated testing and discuss the benefits and purpose for each type.
Martin introduces us to useful tools he uses to write tests within the .NET ecosystem and discusses what we should and shouldn't be testing as well as the metrics that are important when evaluating how well tested your code is.
Designing C# with Mads Torgersen - .NET 156
In this episode, we get the pleasure of picking the brain of the lead designer of C#, Mads Torgersen. Mads has been the lead designer for more than five years now and has worked on the language for over fifteen years. Our discussion covers multiple topics including the growth of C#, being backward compatible and how different languages incorporate ideas from each other. We also dig into the specifics of things like async/await, default interfaces and dynamics. On top of all that we get a peek at the future of C# and what we might see in the next couple of versions. What would you ask Mads about C# if you had the chance? Let us know on Twitter at @dotnet_Podcast.
Microsoft in Uncharted Territory with Richard Campbell - .NET 155
Richard Campbell is an Advisor, Creator, and Storyteller. They dive into the fascinating world of writing a history book, navigating through different versions of events, and seeking inspiration from pivotal moments. They also explore Microsoft's surprising involvement in large language models, the impact of the iPad on the tech industry, and the ongoing quest for effective client-side development. Additionally, they discuss the evolution of artificial intelligence and its perception in society.
Discovering Grace with Scott Arbeit - .NET 154
Scott Arbeit is a Super-technical architect at GitHub. He joins the show to talk about his project, "Grace". It is a modern, cloud-native version control system, written in F#. They begin by sharing their own perspective on why they believe "Git" is unique and popular. Additionally, he explains his project, how it works, its features and how it improves user experience.