Today it's MS Dev Show episode 3, April 25.
This is the third MS Dev Show and the guys are starting to get in place. Good show about Nokia DVLUP, the Nokia purchase by Microsoft, app recommendations and some good development advice.
Today I've listened to .NET Rocks 988, Getting to the Top of the App Store with Amir Rajan.
Amir shares his experience in developing mobile applications, specifically how, or maybe how, he got to the top of the App Store with his game A Dark Room.
Very interesting and inspritational, I have some ideas in my notebook that got some extra fuel by this discussion.
I've listened to .NET Rocks episode 989, Lessons from Code Reviews with Shawn Wildermuth.
Shawn share his vast knowledge of code reviews. The guys go through good and bad reviews, common mistakes found and a lot more.
Today it's .NET Rocks episode 987, Cloud Patterns with Vishwas Lele.
Vishwas talk about architectural patterns in cloud development and explains how Azure is very well-suited for them.
Today I've listened to .NET Rocks episode 980, Managing Your Career with John Sonmez.
Very inspirational show about how you can manage your career and make yourself a name in the business.
Today it's Windows Developer Show episode 156, From a Bunker Within the Mothership.
The brother's give feedback, answer questions and have som great advice as usual.
Today I've listened to the MS Dev Show episode 6, Top 10 Windows App Mistakes with Jason Short.
Jason give some great advice for developing Windows apps.
They also discuss the new Surface Pro 3, developer candy. I really want one of these. To me this is the future. I have a 2 year old MacBook Air from work but private I have no laptop, a 5 year old desktop and an iPad 3. I need an upgrade and the Surface Pro 3 would replace all of it. I have a long commute every day and need something light and powerful, this is it.
Today it's .NET Rocks episode 986, Enterprise SharePoint Development with Ted Pattison.
After the usual SharePoint jokes, a lot of them going around, Ted talk about the evolution and future of SharePoint. I've been working with SharePoint back and fourth but always feel like it a hassle when trying to customize it and I know I'm not alone. It sounds like the new app model finally get SharePoint to a place where we can develop towards it. However, the question is what happens to the on-prem solution with the push towards the cloud. A lot of large corporations still want and need to have on-prem solutions and it's important to not scare them.
Today I've listened to The Changelog episode 121, Dart with Lars Bak and Seth Ladd from Google.
Lars and Seth talk about the new language from Google, about why it was made and how it excels. It was created for scalable web app engineering.