We continue digging into Rob Conery’s The Imposter’s Handbook as Joe explains Florida time, Allen likes greedy algorithms, and Michael shares his geography knowledge.
Join us on the second Community Talk, focusing on Cross-Platform Development.
Drawing registration will go through July 6th 2018, 4 Winners will be chosen and each winner will get a $100 Gift Card and an Embarcadero Shirt.
We’re talking databases, indexes, search engines, and why they’re basically microwaves in this episode while Joe wears a polo, Allen’s quick brown fox jumps over whatever, and Michael gives out fake URLs.
When we discussed development workflows on the recent Docker for Developers episode, I mentioned that I had a frustrating time trying to come up with a workflow that I felt comfortable with.
I figured I either had to rebuild my code inside of a container (yuck!) via command line, or kill the container and rebuild it.
I finally got around to looking at Visual Studio’s support for docker, and it’s really snazzy! Not only was it a nice, integrated experience, but it was also really easy for me to see how it worked. If only I had started out this way, I could have saved myself some aspirin!
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We graphed the results of our recent contest for Practical Test-Driven Development using C# 7 and thought you might be interested in the results! This wasn’t a scientific survey, so take these results with a grain of salt.
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Huge thanks to John Callaway and Clayton Hunt for sponsoring the giveaway, go check out their podcast: The 6 Figure Developer.
This episode we’re talking about server naming conventions, confusing command line arguments, and how high we can get our voices. Huge thanks to the NSA and the freedom of information act for making this episode possible.
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The Coding Blocks slack has been the best thing to fall out of this crazy podcast that we do. We are constantly humbled, and learning new things from this global community, and it’s high time that we stop hogging the mic!
Huge thank you to all participants, we are really happy with how things have turned out and we are looking forward to more things to come in the future. Big thanks to Andrew and Sean for pushing us to make this happen, and an extra special thanks to Sean for moderating!
So, without further ado – Welcome to the first Coding Blocks Community Talk!