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The ASP.NET Monsters is a group of ASP.NET MVPs who make their living building web applications. Though one of them hails from a beach and another one sports a fake Brittish accent, these gents all currently call Canada home. When they're not blogging you can find Simon, Dave and James speaking at user groups, conferences and workshops across North America, as well as on Microsoft Virtual Academy and here on Channel 9. Looking for the most recent videos? View them here. Check out the Monster ...
 
Hi I am Jervice CJ an Indian Author, Speaker, Businessperson, and the founder of CJ Group India. I was born in Thrissur, Kerala. And I graduated from Christ College. After graduation, began working in the IT sector as an Asp.net developer and Web designer. I published an e-book of new marketing trends that help clients develop their business presence online and promote brands on the Internet. Now I am currently known as the Best Digital Marketing Specialist in Kerala and the Best SEO Special ...
 
The .NET ecosystem is continuously growing and empowering developers to create amazing applications. Join us as we take a look at the APIs, the tooling, and some of the interesting projects being created in the .NET ecosystem. You can follow your hosts, Rich Lander at @runfaster2000 and Cecil Phillip at @cecilphillip on Twitter. Use the hashtag #OnDotNET to let us know what you think about the show and even suggest topics you would like to see.
 
Scott Hanselman works for Microsoft as a Principal Program Manager in Web Platform and Tools, aiming to spread the good word about developing software, very often on the Microsoft stack. Before this he was the Chief Architect at Corillian Corporation, now a part of Checkfree, for 6+ years. He was also involved in a few Microsoft Developer things for many years like the MVP and RD programs and will speak about computers (and other passions) whenever someone will listen. He's written a few boo ...
 
The .NET ecosystem is continuously growing and empowering developers to create amazing applications. Join us as we take a look at the APIs, the tooling, and some of the interesting projects being created in the .NET ecosystem. You can follow your hosts, Rich Lander at @runfaster2000 and Cecil Phillip at @cecilphillip on Twitter. Use the hashtag #OnDotNET to let us know what you think about the show and even suggest topics you would like to see.
 
Welcome to the Nano Server Channel! As announced in the Window Server Semi-annual Channel Overview blog post in June 2017, starting with the Fall 2017 feature release of Windows Server, Nano Server will be available only as a container base OS image. For more information on these changes and Nano Server, please see: Changes to Nano Server in the next release of Windows ServerNano Server Deployment GuidanceNano Server BlogNano Server Uservoice Feedback
 
Welcome to the Nano Server Channel! As announced in the Window Server Semi-annual Channel Overview blog post in June 2017, starting with the Fall 2017 feature release of Windows Server, Nano Server will be available only as a container base OS image. For more information on these changes and Nano Server, please see: Changes to Nano Server in the next release of Windows ServerNano Server Deployment GuidanceNano Server BlogNano Server Uservoice Feedback
 
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This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visitmy courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklyp…
 
Progressive Web Applications (PWA) use modern browser APIs and capabilities to behave like a desktop app. Since Blazor WebAssembly is a standards-based client-side web app platform, developers have the ability to leverage these browser APIs and create PWAs using .NET. In this episode, Jeremy is joined by Dan Roth to discuss the built in support for…
 
This episode is sponsored by Datadog, a monitoring and analytics platform combining metrics, distributed traces, and logs in one place. Head over to https://www.datadoghq.com/dotnetcore to learn more. Remember: you can also always follow the show on twitter @dotnetcoreshow, and the shows host on twitter @podcasterJay In this episode of The .NET Cor…
 
Everyone wants AI - but where's the business value? Carl and Richard talk to Joel Hulen and Kyle Bunting about building machine learning models and what they can do for business. The conversation starts out with the typical AI-destroys-the-world debate, recognizing that these tools are just that, tools. Using them responsibly is important, but so i…
 
Hot Chocolate is a GraphQL platform for that can help you build a GraphQL layer over your existing and new infrastructure. In this episode, we're joined by the author of Hot Chocolate, Michael Staib, who shows us how we can start creating GraphQL based Web APIs with Hot Chocolate and some other delicious deserts. [01:27] - What is GraphQL? [04:50] …
 
Hot Chocolate is a GraphQL platform for that can help you build a GraphQL layer over your existing and new infrastructure. In this episode, we're joined by the author of Hot Chocolate, Michael Staib, who shows us how we can start creating GraphQL based Web APIs with Hot Chocolate and some other delicious deserts. [01:27] - What is GraphQL? [04:50] …
 
A new .NET Foundation board is elected - what does it mean for you? Carl and Richard talk to Layla Porter about her new role on the .NET Foundation board and the goals of the foundation to grow its membership, bring more open source projects into the fold, support the maintainers of those projects and to broaden the reach of .NET everywhere. Layla …
 
KEDA is an open source project and enables event-driven autoscaling for Kubernetes workloads.KEDA scalers can detect if a deployment should be activated or deactivated, and feed custom metrics for a specific event source. In this episode, our friend Jeff Hollan joins Cecil to show us how we can use KEDA to scale out our .NET applications running on…
 
KEDA is an open source project and enables event-driven autoscaling for Kubernetes workloads.KEDA scalers can detect if a deployment should be activated or deactivated, and feed custom metrics for a specific event source. In this episode, our friend Jeff Hollan joins Cecil to show us how we can use KEDA to scale out our .NET applications running on…
 
SEO അല്ലെങ്കില്‍ സെർച്ച് എഞ്ചിന്‍ ഒപ്റ്റിമൈസഷൻ ചെയ്ത് വെബ്സൈറ്റുകൾ SERP (Search engine results page) യിൽ എങ്ങനെ വളരെ എളുപ്പം കൊണ്ടുവരാം എന്നതിനെ കുറിച്ചുള്ള STEP By STEP വിവരണം - മലയാളം By Jervice CJ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jervicecj/message
 
Remember: you can also always follow the show's host on twitter @dotnetcoreshow In this episode of The .NET Core Podcast we talked with Zac Braddy about what he might have missed in the past few years of being a JavaScript Developer. You may know Zac as one o the hosts of the Tabs and Spaces podcast - which I am also a host of. If you enjoy this ep…
 
Progressive Web Applications (PWA) use modern browser APIs and capabilities to behave like a desktop app. Since Blazor WebAssembly is a standards-based client-side web app platform, developers have the ability to leverage these browser APIs and create PWAs using .NET. In this episode, Jeremy is joined by Dan Roth to discuss the built in support for…
 
The pandemic is sending a lot of work to the cloud - are you ready to move? Carl and Richard talk to Mike Richter about his work helping companies move .NET applications into the cloud. Mike starts out with the hard truth, that moving your virtual machines into the cloud can get expensive. Better to take advantage of the Azure platform, starting wi…
 
This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visitmy courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklyp…
 
Reverse proxies can help simplify how clients access your backend services. YARP (Yet Another Reverse Proxy) is designed as a library that provides the core proxy functionality which you can customize to fit your application's specific needs. In this episode, Jeremy chats with Chris Ross and Sam Spencer about why they decided to start working on YA…
 
Reverse proxies can help simplify how clients access your backend services. YARP (Yet Another Reverse Proxy) is designed as a library that provides the core proxy functionality which you can customize to fit your application's specific needs. In this episode, Jeremy chats with Chris Ross and Sam Spencer about why they decided to start working on YA…
 
Dapr is a portable, event-driven runtime that makes it easy for developers to build resilient microservice applications that run on the cloud and edge. In this episode, Aman Bhardwaj joins Cecil to talk about the what DAPR types of problems Dapr is trying to solve for developers building microservices. We also get some demos of how to use the .NET …
 
Dapr is a portable, event-driven runtime that makes it easy for developers to build resilient microservice applications that run on the cloud and edge. In this episode, Aman Bhardwaj joins Cecil to talk about the what DAPR types of problems Dapr is trying to solve for developers building microservices. We also get some demos of how to use the .NET …
 
Can a development environment be online? Carl and Richard talk to Anthony van der Hoorn about GitHub Codespaces - the consolidation of a number of online development solutions from Microsoft including Visual Studio Online. Anthony talks about unifying the online dev environment for Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code - recognizing that the two too…
 
This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visitmy courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklyp…
 
In this quick video, Maira and Kendra will teach us about default literal expressions in .NET in C#. The tuples feature provides concise syntax to group multiple data elements in a lightweight data structure. To learn more about other C# features, head over to the C# docs. Useful Links Default literal expressions What's new in C# 7.1 Tour of C#…
 
In this quick video, Maira and Kendra will teach us about default literal expressions in .NET in C#. The tuples feature provides concise syntax to group multiple data elements in a lightweight data structure. To learn more about other C# features, head over to the C# docs. Useful Links Default literal expressions What's new in C# 7.1 Tour of C#…
 
C# 9 is one of the most exciting features that developers are expecting with the release of .NET 5.0. In this episode, Jared Parsons joins Rich to show us some of the language enhancements we can look forward to in this new update to C#. [01:20] - What can developers expect from C# 9? [01:55] - Understanding Records [10:32] - How Records handle typ…
 
Remember: you can also always follow the show on twitter @dotnetcoreshow, and the shows host on twitter @podcasterJay In this episode of The .NET Core Podcast we talked with Andy Morrell about how he, and the rest for the Live Coders team, leveraged a single Windows VM on Azure to run the Live Coders Conferences. The full show notes, including link…
 
What happens when an open-source experiment becomes software people care about? Carl and Richard talk to Jamie Rees about his experiences creating Ombi - an open-source project that helps people managing Plex servers to handle requests from friends and family for more content. Jamie talks about creating Ombi as an experiment with NancyFX that soon …
 
This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visitmy courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklyp…
 
It's common for web, desktop, or even mobile applications to require access to protected resources in their environment. This may be custom Web APIs, Microsoft Graph or some other third-party service. In the episode, Principal PM Kyle Marsh joins Christos to give us a better understanding on how we can use Microsoft Authentication Library (MSAL) to…
 
It's common for web, desktop, or even mobile applications to require access to protected resources in their environment. This may be custom Web APIs, Microsoft Graph or some other third-party service. In the episode, Principal PM Kyle Marsh joins Christos to give us a better understanding on how we can use Microsoft Authentication Library (MSAL) to…
 
This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visitmy courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklyp…
 
In this episode, Christos chats with Matthijs Hoekstra from the Identity team to get a better understanding of how Service principles and app registrations work in Azure AD [01:50] - What is an Azure AD App? [03:57] - Creating an Azure AD App [07:16] - Brief overview of authentication [10:55] - Authentication for Native APPS [13:13] - What are Serv…
 
In this episode, Christos chats with Matthijs Hoekstra from the Identity team to get a better understanding of how Service principles and app registrations work in Azure AD [01:50] - What is an Azure AD App? [03:57] - Creating an Azure AD App [07:16] - Brief overview of authentication [10:55] - Authentication for Native APPS [13:13] - What are Serv…
 
Why should digital marketing be considered so important for a business today? Does it actually help the business grow faster? Do you know that India is the second-largest Internet user in the world, the first being China? This is exactly what drives businesses towards digital marketing also referred to as internet or online marketing. --- Send in a…
 
Support for this episode also comes from Datadog. Head over to datadoghq.com/dotnetcore, sign up for a 14-day trial, and claim a free t-shirt! Remember: you can also always follow the show on twitter @dotnetcoreshow, and the shows host on twitter @podcasterJay In this episode of The .NET Core Podcast we talked with Jérôme Laban about Uno Platform a…
 
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