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November 2013

One hour a day 93: Podcast on MongoDB

Today it's .NET Rocks episode 922, MongoDB on Azure with Mark Greenway. I don't think anyone have missed all the talk about NoSQL databases. Relational databases is our usual db but why not try a NoSQL. MongoDB is one of... Continue Reading →

Analog Quality in a Digital World

I use Evernote for notes and collecting information but sometimes nothing beats a classic notebook. I like notebooks, I have since I was a kid. In school we had these orange notebooks, ruled for writing and squared for math. I... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 92: Podcast on VS Web Tools, Web Essentials, SideWaffle

Today I've listened to Herding Code episode 180, VS Web Tools, Web Essentials and SideWaffle with Mads Kristensen. Mads is the developer behind Web Essentials and here he give a lot of information about the latest features and also what... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 91: Async and Await

With .NET 4.5 we got async and I've listened to some shows on async. Now I wanted to try it out to see what it meant. Played around a little with it and set up a small test project. What... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 90: Podcast on SQL Server

Here's RunAs Radio episode 341, SQL Server Q and A at SQLIntersection. This is a great Q and A from SQLIntersection with Richard Campbell moderating a panel with Kimberly Tripp, Paul Randal, Brent Ozar and Jonathan Kehayias. The audience have... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 89: Podcast on Cucumber and BDD

Today's podcast is .NET Rocks episode 921, Cucumber Makes BDD Fun with Matt Wynne. I've heard a lot about BDD, Behavior Driven Development, this past year. It's a specialized version of TDD where you capture behaviors in specifications. Using Cucumber... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 88: Podcast on Calabash

Yes, more mobile dev for me, this time it's The Tablet Show episode 109, for Mobile Testing with Josh Johnson. The talk starts with iOS7 and then give a real deep dive into testing. Josh talks about different styles... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 87: Podcasts on PhoneGap and Xamarin

Today I listened to Hanselminutes episode 365, PhoneGap/Cordova - Is HTML a reasonable app solution? With Steve Sanderson. Steve Sanderson is the creator of Knockout and here he also discuss how he's been building mobile apps using his HTML skills,... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 86: Podcast on JSHint

Listened to JavaScript Jabber episode 82, JSHint with Anton Kovalyov. JSHint is a tool that will help you detect errors and potential problems in your JavaScript code. It's a fork of JSLint and it sounds like Anton have taken it... Continue Reading →

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