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One Hour a Day

My Favorite Podcasts

There's always time to listen to podcasts or audio books. For the past few years I've been listening to a lot of podcasts. It all started with me giving myself a challenge to spend on average one hour a day... Continue Reading →

Podcast Tip 1: Charles Petzold on Xamarin

So, the One hour a day experiment is over and it's time for a new segment on my blog. Since my experient of One hour a day gave me a new very nice routine of listening to podcasts I'll post... Continue Reading →

One hour a day: Summary

One year ago I felt that I needed to catch up at what's going on in development and technology. I started an experiment where I would spend at least one hour a day learning something new. My first thought would... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 365: Last one!

Last one! I can't believe it's already been a year since I started my experiment.Since this is a celebration I'm finishing it up with a celebratory show, it's .NET Rocks episode 1000..NET Rocks have been a big part om my... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 364: Podcast on Internet of Things on Windows

Today I've listened to .NET Rocks episode 1019, Internet of Things on Windows with Dan Rosenstein.Internet of Things is the hottest thing out there and Microsoft is taking the lead. A while back Clemens Vasters was on .NET Rocks and... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 363: Podcast on Windows Phone Apps

I've listened to MS Dev Show episode 16, Windows Phone Apps with Ambassador Lance McCarthy.Jason and Carl go through Microsoft news as usual, always good information, and then talk to Lance about developing Windows phone apps. After this year I've... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 362: Podcast on Mobile Web Apps

Today it's .NET Rocks episode 1018, Building Mobile Web Apps with Rick Strahl.Building mobile web apps using HTML and CSS have been a good choice to reach all mobile platforms without the extra cost to build native apps for each... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 361: Podcast on Psychology in Programming

Today I've listened to .NET Rocks episode 1016, Psychology in Programming with Adam Tornhill.Interesting chat with a different look at programming. Adam, also from Sweden, talk about analysing code from a psychological point of view. He give an example on... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 360: Podcasts on Agile Improv and Charging Before Market Fit

Two shorter ones today. First it's Hanselminutes episode 434, Applying Improv to Agile and Lean Startup Models with Jessie Shternshus.Some more Agile ways of working today. Yesterday it was agile analytics, today how we can use improv to our agile... Continue Reading →

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