Today I've listened to Windows Developer Show episode 151, OneNote to Rule Them All.
Great show today with advice and discussions on game development, app development and about the new OneNote API.
Two shorter shows today as well. First it's Hello World Podcast episode 15, John Papa.
John Papa tells his story on how he got started with programming.
Second one is Hanselminutes episode 416, An Introduction to the Go Programming Language with Andrew Gerrand.
There are a lot about the Go language these days. Here's another introduction to what it's all about.
Today it's two shorter shows, first one is Yet Another Podcast episode 121, AngularJS Roundtable.
Once again Jesse put together a great AngularJS roundtable. John Papa, Ward Bell and Ari Lerner discuss AngularJS and Ari's new book.
Second short show of the day is Startups For The Rest of Us episode 176, Troubleshooting Early Customer Engagement.
Rob and Mike discuss how to find out why your customers are not engaging with your product and if they fit into your future plans, especially during an early access phase.
Today it's .NET Rocks episode 962, CodedUI with Marcel de Vries.
I've never heard about CodedUI but it's the test functionality built in Visual Studio. It's tests built to automatically operate your UI which mean that you can test your application from top to bottom. How awesome is that?
I've listened to .NET Rocks episode 961, Release Management with Micheal Learned.
This is a great discussion on modern release management, what's hard and easy with ALM, how today's software helps us and much more.
Today it's The Tablet Show episode 129, CSLA 4.5.5 on Windows 8.1 with Rocky Lhotka.
Rocky talks about the latest version of his framework CSLA and about making it run on phones and other devices.
I remember looking at CSLA back in the early 2000's but I haven't looked at it since. Maybe it's time to check it out.
Two short ones today. First Hanselminutes episode 415, Bitcoin Explained with Steve Beauregard, CEO of GoCoin.
Scott talks about Bitcoin with Steve Beuregard. What is it, how does it work, how can you get some and is it worth it.
I wish I started to mine some when it first started, now it's a bit too late for us regular folks.
Second one is a new show for me. It's Shawn Wildermuth's Hello World Podcast episode 14, Julie Lerman.
Shawn talks to well known tech gurus about how they get started. This episode is the awesome Julie Lerman giving us her story. It's an interesting show and I will listen to some of the other episodes.
My own story started with a Vic-20 followed by a Commodore 64 back in 1984.
I've listened to two shorter shows. First it's The Tablet Show episode 128, Modern Web with Todd Morrisson.
Todd talks about building sophisticated media apps, first of all HBO2GO which give you a second screen experience around HBO and XBOX. Great discussion on the how far we can take our apps today and maybe give you ideas for the future.
Second one is Hanselminutes episode 414, Creating the Plex Software Ecosystem with Elan Feingold.
Scott and Elan talks about what Plex is, how you can use it and how great it is.
After this one I installed Plex and it's really awesome! Right now I run it in Chrome on my iPad and through DNLA on my PS3. I will definitely sign up for a Plex Pass, probably lifetime.
Today I have .NET Rocks episode 959, Usability Testing with Amber DeRosa and Alicia Hatter.
This is a discussion about the importance of usability testing, how to find out how the users would like to use our application.