Herding Code 233: Dino Esposito on Blazor, ASP.NET Core, Writing Technical Books, and Machine Learning

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Jon talks to Dino Esposito at dotNext (Saint Petersburg, Russia) about Blazor, ASP.NET Core, Writing Technical Books, and Machine Learning.

Topics:

  • (00:45) Blazor
  • (16:50) ASP.NET Core, the ASP.NET Core pipeline and proliferation of available endpoints
  • (27:45: Writing technical books
  • (30:05) Machine Learning and ML.NET

Herding Code 231: .NET Foundation Elections, WSL, MAX_PATH, calc.exe, Edge on Chromium, Firefox, and Rogue Thermostats

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Kevin, K Scott, and Jon talk about .NET Foundation Elections, WSL, MAX_PATH, calc.exe, Edge on Chromium, Firefox, and Rogue Thermostats.

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Herding Code 230: 2018 Year End Wrapup

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Kevin, K Scott, Jon, and Rob Conery talked about what they’ve been learning, programming languages vs. async patterns, message queues, blockchain, Claude Shannon, Mandarin, learning to play the drums, making perfect lattes, and more.

In the interest of getting this out there, this one going up the same day it was recorded, without detailed notes. Maybe we’ll update the notes, maybe we won’t.

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Herding Code 228: 2017 Wrap Up with Microservices, .NET Foundation, Mixed Reality, Bitcoin, Alexa

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The gang gets together to talk about what they’ve been up to, year end wrap-up, and some random odds and ends.

Topics:

  • K Scott’s been focused on cloud stuff – moving apps to the cloud. Kevin’s been working with rearchitecting an application to Node based microservices. They’re using Docker some in dev, but not in production. There’s a discussion about Docker based deployments.
  • Jon talks about what’s been going on with .NET Foundation: Meetup Pro, new projects joining, etc. Kevin makes Jon explain what the .NET Foundation actually is.
  • Mixed Reality – What can you actually do with it? The guys wonder if it’s neat but niche, comparing it to Kinect and the Segway.
  • Cryptocurrency!
    • Jon talks about how he accidentally ended up with $250ish in Bitcoin and $10 Dogecoin.
    • The Bitcoin Pizza, Scott Hanselman’s $3500 USB cable.
    • K Scott never bought any because he didn’t need to buy meth or pay off a hitman.
    • Jon wondered if he could make money mining Bitcoin with solar power, but the internet told him no.
    • K Scott’s OdeToCode.com website was mining Bitcoin, he claims it wasn’t him.
  • Jon talks about how the Herding Code site was hacked.
  • Net Neutrality: Does public opinion matter? What will the result be? Jon and K Scott bemoan the fact that many consumers don’t really have much choice on internet providers.
  • iPhone discussions: Does the notch matter? Kevin misses the home button. The guys talk about how touch gestures are sometimes frustrating.
  • Alexa and voice based commands: what works, what doesn’t?