Go is still showing up in a lot of podcasts, you might have seen it on my listening list. This time Carl and Richard talk about Go with Anthony Eden. A little strange for a .NET show but the reason is Anthony's service DNSimple that the guys seem to love. Great talk on the service, how he built it and on Go.
Today it's MS Dev Show episode 8, BattleHack! With Anthony Russell.
The guys talk to Anthony about BattleHack!, a hackathon arranged by PayPal, hackathons and Windows Phone Development in general.
The guys also talked about Cornet which Anthony built. They actually talked about this on the Windows Development Show the other day.
Very long show today but as always from Coding Blocks it's a very good one. It's Coding Blocks episode 11, Design Patterns Part 1 - You Create Me!
The guys talk about design patterns and starts to go through the creational patterns from the book Design Patterns, also known as the Gang of Four book. I have it in my bookshelf and it's a great reference for all developer's.
Check out the show notes for some great references and also check out the Design Patterns Library http://pluralsight.com/training/Courses/TableOfContents/patterns-library at Pluralsight.
I love these deep dive discussions!
Only a short one today because the next one lined up is a big one. So today it's Hanselminutes episode 426, Reconciling ASP.NET vNext with Damian Edwards.
With everything tech there is always a next version. Scott talks with Damian about ASP.NET vNext and what the future holds.
Today it's Windows Developer Show episode 158, Programa de Desarrollador de Windows.
After a week's break the brothers are back. Lot of feedback, comments and good advice as the mail has been piling up.
I've listened to Herding Code episode 191, Derick Bailey on SignalLeaf and Gettin Started Podcasting.
SignalLeaf is a podcast audio hosting service and Derick talks about the service itself, a bit about how you can get started with podcasting and also how he built the service.
I've listened to MS Dev Show episode 7, Orleans and Thinking Outside the Box.
Orleans is an implementation of the Actor model for C#, .NET Rocks had a show on it a while back. The MS Dev guys goes into it a bit more.
Brian is from the Google AngularJS team. Zone.js is an execution context and has been built for use in AngularJS 2.0 but is a standalone micro framework to be used in whatever you like.
Next is Startups for the Rest of Us episode 187, Startup Metrics (A Slide Deck by Andreas Klinger).
Rob and Mike talk about a startup metrics and how to get the most value from it.
Today it's .NET Rocks episode 991, MVVMCross Grows Up with Stuart Lodge.
MVVMCross have reached version three and it sounds like a mature and feature-rich product. Definitely worth checking out if you're building cross platform mobile applications.