Today I have two shorter shows. First an amazing one, it's Hanselminutes episode 413, I'm a Blind Software Technician - Ask Me Anything! with Katherine Moss.
Kathrine is blind and a software technician. Can you apprehend how amazing that is? This show is about a very important subject, accessiblity. I remember about 13-14 years ago when I was pretty new on the job market there was a lot of talk about accessibility but unfortunately it seems to have gotten worse instead of better caused by design and marketing coming first.
As developer's we have a responsibility to build applications and web sites that everyone can use.
Second one is Herding Code episode 188, Pete Smith on Superscribe.
Pete talks about Superscribe, his library for graph based routing.
I've listened to .NET Rocks episode 957, Thinking Biggy with Rob Conery.
Biggy is a wrapper to Postgres (and SQL Server) for efficient and fast handling of JSON documents. The guys also get into a discussion on NoSQL, graph and document databases.
Today it's The Tablet Show episode 127, Building a Cross Platform Mobile App with Greg Shackles.
Greg Shackles shares his experience of building Olo, an online ordering platform for restaurants, and talk about using Xamarin and MvvmCross for cross platform mobile development.
I've listened to .NET Rocks episode 956, Modern Apps and ALM with David Chappell.
David talks about how the way we develop software have changed, how application have evolved and about the evolution and importance of Application Lifetime Management.
Two short shows today and the first one is RunAs Radio episode 358, Sharepoint in the Cloud with Jeremy Thake.
Jeremy talks about how the Sharepoint programming model have changed and how to move Sharepoint to the cloud.
Second one is Startups For The Rest of Us episode 174, Momentum, Stress, HitTail and AuditShark.
The guys share updates on their applications and with that a lot of good advice.
Today I've listened to .NET Rocks episode 955, F# Everywhere with Neil Danson.
Interesting discussion on F# and some nice stuff on neural networks.
Today I have The Tablet Show episode 126, HTML Input Standards with Jacob Rossi.
Jacob from the Internet Explorer team talks about developing HTML standards. IE has been, and often is, attacked by other browser fan boys but the latest versions are actually very good. It might be time to go back to IE from Chrome and Firefox.
Today I've listened to Coding Blocks episode 7, SOLID as a Rock!
As always the boys at Coding Blocks deliver an awesome show. There are a lot of principles out there, DRY, KISS, YAGNI, SOLID, and you can't follow them all to 100%. But it's good to strive for it. In this show we get a detailed run through of the SOLID principles; Single responsibility, Open closed, Liskov substitution, Interface segregation, Dependency inversion.
I've listened to ChangeLog episode 104, Kickstarting Espruino with Gordon Williams.
Today I've listened to ChangeLog episode 116, Node.js.
Eran Hammer talks about implementing node.js at Walmart, one of the largest companies in the world. This was done for Black Friday, one of the busiest days of the year and it's a pretty impressive story and a great case for node.js.