Episode 489: Scott Addie on Migrating to ASP.NET Core

2 days ago
Scott Addie describes the challenges of migrating an existing ASP.NET applicatio to ASP.NET Core

Panel: What’s Next for Our Programming Languages?

1 week ago
This panel is led by Martin Thompson, who asks the hard questions on choices made (past and future) and moderates the discussion between the people behind some of the largest and most innovative languages in use by developers today. Download the audio at InfoQ: This presentation was recorded at QCon London 2017. The next […]

ASP.NET Monsters #100: Checking in NuGet Packages

1 week ago
Should we be checking in NuGet packages? Do we want to ensure that we can reliably recreate builds at a later date or do package managers handle all of that for use? In this episode, we try and get to the bottom of this quandary.  Paket package manager: Yarn packages manager: NPM5:

ASP.NET Monsters #101: Deploying a package Nuget with AppVeyor

1 week ago
Manually deploying NuGet packages to can be a bit of a painful process. Fortunately, many build systems provide the ability to automate NuGet package deployment . In today’s episode, Monster Dave explores deploying NuGet package using AppVeyor Previous Episodes:Hosted ASP.NET Core Builds with AppVeyorContinuous Deployment with AppVeyor Follow @aspnetmonsters

TWC9: .NET Core 2 (and Friends) Preview 2, .future, Imagine Cup 2017, “Adventures of Ninja Cat” Theme and more…

4 weeks ago
This week on Channel 9, [Host 1] and [Host 2] discuss the week’s top developer news, including; [00:50] .NET Core 2 Preview 2, ASP.NET Core 2.0 Preview 2, Announcing EF Core 2.0 Preview 2 [01:45] Sweet UI made possible and easy with Windows.UI and the Windows 10 Creators Update [03:31] Windows Template Studio 1.1 released! […]

ASP.NET Monsters Ep 99: Front End Tools with David Wesst

4 weeks ago
There are countless front-end workflows. In what we’re hoping will be the first of a series of episodes on workflows we talk with noted front-end guru and JavaScript master David Wesst ( JavaScript or TypeScript? Gulp or Grunt? Hear what one expert thinks is the best combination. 

TWC9: Build Tour Warsaw, Xbox at E3, .NET Fringe Conference, 5 Awesome #MSBuild Stories and more…

1 month ago
This week on Channel 9, Vlad and [Host 2] discuss the week’s top developer news, including; Build Tour Warsaw 2017 [00:39] The Xbox E3 2017 Briefing: Everything You Need to Know [Will Tuttle] [01:28] E3 2017 press conferences: The 16 best announcements [Brian Crecente] [01:59] Take your web app to Azure [Brian Moore] [02:33] .NET […]

Omer Raviv – OzCode

1 month ago
During the Microsoft Build conference, we recorded a few interviews… This week, we’re publishing the one we did with Omer Raviv, with a fantastic demo of OzCode, a debugging extension for Visual Studio that makes it a lot easier to debug Linq expressions, displays variable values right in the code editor, and much, much more. This […]

Getting Started with Duality – Part 1

1 month ago
In this episode, Fedja Adam joins us to talk about Duality. Duality is an open-source modular 2D game engine that provides its own visual editor. It’s plugin based and written entirely in C#, making it highly extensible. To start, we will look at how you get up and running within minutes. Then we’ll explore some of the basic […]

Mattias Karlsson – Cake

1 month ago
During the Microsoft Build conference, we recorded interviews with some of the attendees. Mattias Karlsson is a core contributor on Cake, the cross-platform build automation system with a C# DSL. Cake: on GitHub:

Episdode 475: Radu Vunvulea on Surviving in the IoT World

2 months ago
Microsoft Azure MVP Radu Vunvulea tested the performance of .NET Core application on both Windows and Linux. He was surprised by the results.

Brett Morrison

2 months ago
During the Build conference, I caught up with my friend Brett Morrison. Brett is an entrepreneur, executive, and hands-on developer, who has been using Microsoft products and .NET throughout his career. He founded startups, such as Onestop and ememories, and also worked for SpaceX.