MS Dev Show is a weekly podcast dedicated to the Microsoft developer. Each episode is a blend of technical depth and wit, so you can learn with a smile on your face! The show regularly features expert guests from across the technical spectrum, Azure cloud, Universal Windows Platform, Visual Studio, and cross-platform development. Even their take on the week’s technical “news” is insightful and inspiring, and we find ourselves frequenting their show notes to read more.
Co-Hosts Carl Schweitzer and Jason Young share a passion for technology and a talent for communication. Their personalities compliment each other perfectly, and put their guests instantly at ease. This makes for the best kind of listening: educational and entertaining at the same time.
We appreciate the hard-work THEY put into making OUR lives better, and for this we say THANK YOU!
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- Optimizing StackOverflow with Nick Craver
- Refactoring with Katrina Owen
- .Net Core with Scott Hunter
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- Paul Seal on working with Umbraco CMS
- Universal Windows Platform with Carl Schweitzer
- Reactjs with The Reactionary, Zac Braddy
- James on Hello Tech Pros, talking about Tigger and Eyeore
Thanks for being awesome!
The Cynical Developer is a dev podcast that features candid discussions with technical luminaries: by devs, for devs. The show started just a few months ago, and it’s already become a favorite of ours. We’re looking forward to many more great episodes!
The host, James Studdart, really knows his onions. He’s insightful and funny, and is great at expressing complex ideas in a simple way. He’s the author of the Debonair library, and he has a passion for tropical fish and airsoft. We recommend giving him a 5 star review in iTunes and Stitcher, so that you’re on his good side in case he ever combines his hobbies and takes over the world with airsoft autoturrets and trained sharks…
Thanks for being awesome, James!
Part one of our two part database podcast starts with choosing the RDBMS (Relational Database Management System) and what to do when you run into deficiencies in that particular database system. First and foremost, what’s with the title?! Are these guys grammatically challenged? If that was your first thought, then you should check out this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All_your_base_are_belong_to_us Others who have been around a little while (longer than us three 21 year olds), we hope you got a kick out of the title. [Read more…]
This episode is all about boxing and unboxing. We discuss memory management, the pros (yes, there are a few!) and cons of boxing/unboxing, some of the weird side effects and how to you can avoid it with generics and ToString methods.
Thanks for listening! [Read more…]