The Swedish Coder .NET


January 2014

One hour a day 164: Podcast on The MEAN Stack

Today it's JavaScript Jabber episode 92, The MEAN Stack with Ward Bell and Valeri Karpov.  The MEAN stack not only a name with an attitude but also some great tools and frameworks to build web applications. Those are MongoDB, ExpressJS,... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 163: Podcast on Web API

Today I've listened to .NET Rocks episode 942, Web API Panel at NDC London. This is a great discussion with an awesome group of people. We got Glenn Block, Darrel Miller, Pedro Félix, Christian Weyer, Dominick Baier and Daniel Roth... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 162: Podcast on Discourse

Today it's Hanselminutes episode 406, Discourse and the Art of Discussion with Jeff Atwood. Scott talks with Jeff Atwood about his new startup Discourse but also about discussion in general.

One hour a day 161: Podcast on Docker

Today I listened to a long one, NodeUp episode 57, Docker. Docker is an open-source engine for automatic deployment. It deploys your application as a self-sufficient container which will run anywhere. I also found a blog article going through some... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 160: Podcast on Business Accelerators

Today it's a good one, .NET Rocks episode 941, Business Accelerators with Stephen Forte. This talk is on business accelerators. Those are programs where you get an initial investment and the work full time 3-4 months in order to get... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 159: Podcast on JSON APIs

This is a nice one, it's JavaScript Jabber episode 91, JSON APIs. The guys at JSJ talks about all things JSON APIs, REST and more.

One hour a day 158: Podcasts on Education, Work and Azure

Once again two shorter shows, first up Hanselminutes episode 405, Coneryminutes #3 - Bartending vs Software. Rob Conery takes over Hanselminutes and interviews Scott Hanselman about work, education and motivating young people to stay in school when bartending can easily... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 157: Podcast on SonarQube

I've listened to .NET Rocks episode 923, Sonar Continously Inspects Software with Patroklos Papapetrou. SonarQube is definitely a tool I have to look into. It's a platform to manage code quality covering the seven axes of code quality; Architecture &... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 156: Podcast on Javascript in the Enterprise

Today it's .Net Rocks episode 940, Javascript in the Enterprise with Justin Searls. There's been an explosion in Javascript development the past years with the birth of libraries such as jQuery, KnockoutJS, AngularJS, NodeJS and so many more. Justin talks... Continue Reading →

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