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In this episode, I was joined by Callum Linington to chat about Event Sourcing! Events over time are how the world works - so shouldn’t we be leveraging that in our architectures? As quite often happens, we also went on one or two tangents, and covered a ton of other related including MediatR, CQRS, F#, DDD, Rx, Redux, and more! For a full list of …
 
In this episode, I was joined by Patrick Smacchia, all the way from the beautiful island of Mauritius, to chat all about NDepend! An amazing tool for analysing .NET projects and displaying tons of useful information to help improve code quality. From scanning for code quality issues, to showing plenty of dependency graphs and code visualisations. F…
 
In this episode, I was joined by Steve Collins to chat all about dependency injection in .NET. We (well, Steve!) demystified terms such as dependency inversion and inversion of control containers, and then delved into the world of dependency injection in .NET, covering scopes, and much more… For a full list of show links, see the website here…
 
In this episode, I was joined by Jesse Liberty and James World to chat about a topic I'm also personally very passionate about - the Git source control system. Jesse is a fellow podcast host, as well as an author of a book about Git. James is a Solution Architect who has done many a talk on Git and likes to delve a bit deeper into what goes on unde…
 
Everyone who knows me, knows I'm a massive fan of Jetbrains Rider! So it was about time we had an episode on it! In this episode, I was joined by both Maarten Balliauw and Kirill Skrygan to chat all about it. We discussed the Rider architecture, Code With Me, Remote Development; and also the awesome power of keyboard shortcuts! For a full list of s…
 
In this episode, I was joined by Alex Frankel to chat about Azure Bicep! Bicep is a new DSL that transpiles down to native ARM templates. Except that it greatly improved upon the very hard to read and write ARM templates, making Infrastructure as Code in Azure a far nicer user experience. We delved into the Bicep language, the tooling, a bit of the…
 
In this episode, I was joined by Mark Rendle to chat about his experiences live-coding/streaming on Twitch! Warning: We went on a lot of tangents during the conversation! It’s all good though - as they were all awesome tangents! We not only talked about streaming, but also Blazor, C#, Unity, the rate of tech advancement, teaching kids to code, and …
 
In this episode, I was thrilled to be joined by Chris Sainty to chat all about Blazor! Blazor is a new .NET technology allowing you to build SPA-like frontend web UIs in C#! Very focused on developer productivity and componentisation - Blazor is certainly going to become my go-to for frontends moving forward! And chatting with Chris in this episode…
 
In this episode, I was joined by Jason Bock to chat about the new C#9 source generators! Writing code that writes code! We covered a ton of content, covering Source Generators, the Compiler API, Syntax Trees, Semantic Models, Expression Trees, and much much more! For a full list of show links, see the website here…
 
In this episode, I was joined by Patrik Svensson, creator of both the Cake Build System, and a .NET library called Spectre.Console. We mostly chatted about the Spectre Console library, which adds AMAZING functionality to .NET console apps (grid, charts, images, and much more!). We also touched on Cake and Cake Frosting. For a full list of show link…
 
In this episode, I was joined by Joe Albahari, author of one of my favourite software development tools - LINQPad! This is a tool that I use on a daily basis, and it saves me so much time! So I especially enjoyed chatting with Joe about the many features of LINQPad, his experiences when developing it, and also future plans. For a full list of show …
 
In this group episode I was joined by Scott Wlaschin, Isaac Abraham, and Ian Russell - to talk all about F#! This is .NET's functional programming language, and we discussed functional programming, and the benefits of using a functional programming language like F#, whilst also comparing it to other languages like C#. For a full list of show links,…
 
For this very first episode of 2021, I was joined by Simon Painter to talk all about Functional Programming in C#! We spoke about functional concepts, plus terms such as Options, Maybes, and even tried to explain what a Monad is! As usual, there were a few tangents, and we also touched on topics such as React, TDD, and much more! Links from the sho…
 
In this last episode of the year, I was joined by Christos Matskas to talk all about Identity! Christos is the Program Manager for the Microsoft Identity Platform, so obviously the conversation was slightly biased towards AzureAD and B2C as an identity provider - but we also tried to cover some common identity topics, and demystify terminology such…
 
In this episode, I was joined by Stuart Leeks to chat all about WSL2, and his new book, WSL 2 Tips, Tricks, and Techniques! We also covered plenty of other topics, such as public speaking, Windows Terminal, standing desks, and much more! Stuart is a Principal Software Development Engineer at Microsoft. Links from the show Stuart’s social links: Twi…
 
In this episode, I was joined by five awesome guests to chat all about the DDD conferences! This was such a fun episode, where we chatted about both organising and speaking at the DDD conferences, plus a few other bits and bats along the way! Guests Jess White Paul Michaels Pete Gallagher Simon Painter Stuart Lang Links from the show Wikipedia page…
 
In this episode, I was joined by Shahid Iqbal to chat about Kubernetes. We covered containers in general, Docker, Docker-Compose, Kubernetes, Helm, Istio, and much more! Shahid is a Microsoft MVP and user-group organiser, specialising in Azure and Kubernetes. Links from the show Shahid on Twitter Shahid’s blog Kubernetes Azure AKS Google GKE Amazon…
 
In this episode, I was joined by Pete Gallagher - Microsoft MVP, Pluralsight author, speaker, user-group organiser, and huge fan of IoT devices and STEM. We had great fun chatted for over an hour about various topics - mostly themed around technologies helping kids get into coding - but with many tangents thrown into the mix! Links from the show Pe…
 
In this episode, I had a fascinating chat with Steve Gordon. We covered tons of topics - from his experience in being a Pluralsight author, to performance, productivity, organising user-groups, public speaking, audio editing, and much more! Links from the show Steve’s social and content links: Twitter Blog Pluralsight YouTube User-group links and m…
 
In this second episode, I’m thrilled to welcome Derek Comartin (also known as CodeOpinion) onto the show to talk about CQRS and MediatR! We ended up recording over two different sessions and covered lots of different topics, including functional programming and remote working. Links from the show Derek on Twitter Derek’s blog Derek’s YouTube channe…
 
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