Speaker: Cecil Phillip

What it’s like to be an active .NET Developer

Since .NET Core and many of the tools for building .NET applications have been open sourced, community involvement in the ecosystem has increased tenfold. In this episode, Avi Avni (@AviAvni3) joins Rich (@runfaster2000) to discuss his experience with contributing features to the CoreCLR and F# language code bases. He talks about what it’s like to […]

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What’s new in F#

F# is a functional programming language that runs on .NET. It has a great community behind it, and now comes included with .NET Core. In this episode, Phillip Carter (@_cartermp) joins Rich (@runfaster2000) to talk about what is new for the F# language. Phillip talks about where F# fits in the family of .NET languages […]

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Analyzing your applications with Application Insights

Application Insights is powerful Application Performance Management (APM) service for developers building application hosted in Azure, on-premise or elsewhere. In this episode, we are joined by Michael Milirud (@micwebnet) who is a Product Manager on the Azure Monitoring team. He shows us how easy it is to get started with Application Insights with Visual Studio. He also […]

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Azure Service Bus and the .NET Standard SDK

Azure Service bus is a hosted messaging service inside of Microsoft Azure that provides reliable delivery between two or more parties whether they are in the cloud or on-premise. Service Bus implements the AMQP v1 standard, and enables asynchronous, decoupled communication between producers and consumers. In this episode, Clemens Vasters(@clemensv) and Christian Wolf come on to […]

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Using resource tokens with Azure Cosmos DB

You can authorize your applications to connect to Cosmos DB using master keys or resource tokens. Depending on the level of control that is needed, your application may need to use one or even both of these approaches. In this episode, Chris Anderson (@crandycodes) comes on to show us how to request and make use […]

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Getting started with UWP

The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) lets you build apps for any Windows device including PCs, Xbox One, HoloLens, and more. In this episode, Stefan Wick (@StefanWickDev) comes on the show to give us an update on what has been going on in the world of UWP. [01:00] – How is UWP different from other desktop frameworks […]

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Building distributed applications with Akka.NET

In this episode, Aaron Stannard (@Aaronontheweb) comes on to talk about his open source project, Akka.NET. This is a toolkit and runtime for building highly concurrent, distributed, and fault tolerant event-driven applications on .NET and Mono. [01:35] – Implementations and uses of the actor model [03:13] – What is an actor? [10:04] – Actors in the cloud […]

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Debugging and Diagnostics of Durable Functions

Durable Functions is an extension that lets you create stateful workflows with code using Azure Functions. We’ve spoken about getting started with Durable Functions before in a previous episode, but there was still much more to discuss. So we invited Chris Gillum (@cgillum) back on the show, and this time he will be talking about debugging […]

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Cloud scale events with Azure Event Grid

Azure Event Grid is a managed event routing service that can help distribute events across both Azure and non-Azure services in near-real time fashion. In this episode Bahram Banisadr (@BAHRAwesoMe), a PM on the Event Grid team, comes on the show to talk about how to get started, discuss some of the common use cases, and […]

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Dustin Campbell – C# Support in Visual Studio Code

Visual Studio Code offers a great, lightweight editing experience for developers across platforms. There’s a community of folks in and outside of Microsoft that working to make sure that C# developers also have a great experience there as well. In this episode, Dustin Campbell (@dcampbell) joins Rich to talk about the C# extension for Visual Studio […]

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Managing application permissions with PolicyServer

Security is always a major concern in any application that gets developed. Not only do users need to be authenticated to identify themselves, but applications also need to verify that their users have the correct permissions to carry out certain tasks.  In this episode, we’re joined by Brock Allen (@brocklallen) and Michele Bustamante (@michelebusta), who are here to […]

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.NET Core and Containers

On this episode of On.NET, Microsoft Cloud Developer Advocate, Jeremy Likness, is joined by Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP), Josh Lane, to discuss .NET Core and Containers. Josh and Jeremy discuss what containers are and how they fit into modern DevOps pipelines, then walk through the integrated tools in Visual Studio 2017 that assist developers […]

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