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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 ...
 
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How do you secure your existing applications from the security exploits out there today? Carl and Richard talk to Joylynn Kirui about the challenges developers face in making secure applications. Joylynn talks about understanding the threat landscape and staying up to date on the CVEs that can represent a zero-day vulnerability to your application.…
 
Looking for an easy-to-use and efficient CMS for React? Are you tired of trying numerous CMS platforms for React to find the one that works? Well, you have landed on the right podcast. In our today’s episode we will be discussing an in-depth guide on React CMS and a list of the best headless CMS for React to power your React-based project. React is…
 
Why should .NET developers build Power Apps? Carl and Richard talk to April Dunnam about the latest in Microsoft's Power Platform and why .NET developers should get involved. April talks about the fusion development methodology, where domain experts use the Power Platform tools alongside .NET developers using Visual Studio to build line-of-business…
 
Are your APIs vulnerable to hacking? Carl and Richard talk to Dana Epp about how APIs have become the focus of black hats today. Dana talks about tooling you can use to look at your APIs the same way the hackers do, and find potential exploit paths for impersonating users, stealing data, and otherwise exploiting your system. There's an OWASP list s…
 
How do we make open source work for everyone? While at NDC in Oslo, Carl and Richard talked to David Whitney about his experiences working on open-source projects, and the challenges of making them sustainable. David talks about how many projects start with an individual making something for themselves, which then evolves into many people utilizing…
 
Have a Shopify eCommerce store that isn’t giving you the numbers or conversion you expected? Are you looking for ways to rank your Shopify store on Google SERP results for intended keywords? Well, you have landed on the right podcast. Search Engine ranking plays an essential part in making it easier for the shoppers to find a website. The higher an…
 
What can observability do for you? While at NDC in Oslo, Carl and Richard chatted with Alayshia Knighten about her work with honeycomb and helping people understand what's happening with their applications in production. Alayshia talks about instrumenting applications to provide insight into behavior in real-time - by leveraging existing tools to p…
 
Ready for a story of cloud scaling from the trenches? While at NDC Oslo, Carl and Richard talked with Meg Gotshall about her experiences scaling the Fotoware service with her team. Meg talks about the limits of auto-scaling, where all the services are scaled up, but the bottlenecks exist in only one place - and how dashboards help to provide more v…
 
How do you test your web applications? Carl and Richard talk to Debbie O'Brien about Playwright, Microsoft's new open-source web application testing tool. Playwright lets you build tests in an array of languages, platforms, and browsers. Debbie talks about how you can build atomic tests that will survive new versions, and test independently of othe…
 
GitHub Copilot is here! Are we all going to lose our jobs? While at NDC in Oslo, Carl and Richard talked to Michelle Mannering about how Copilot helps you write code - emphasis on help! Michelle explains that Copilot is able to take your explanations of what code needs to be written to find examples of that code for you to take advantage of. It's s…
 
What can AWS do for you? Carl and Richard talk to Isaac Levin about the experience of being a .NET developer working with Amazon Web Services. Isaac talks about the broader strategy of moving applications to the cloud and what Amazon offers to make your life easier, with various migration and validation tools that can help you understand how an exi…
 
How do you make applications that work well for the visually impaired? Carl and Richard talk to Courtney Heitman about building applications that the visually impaired can use. Courtney talks about different kinds of visual impairment including field of view, color blindness, low and no vision. There are tools to help you understand what those impa…
 
Looking for the best technology to create a cross-platform application? Kotlin and Flutter are currently two of the top technologies used to create a cross-platform mobile applications. To help listeners choose a mobile app development platform wisely, we will compare Kotlin Vs Flutter unique features in this Podcast. It is becoming increasingly po…
 
The first thought that enters a person's head when considering opening an online store is how to choose the best ecommerce platform. Despite the fact that there are a number of ecommerce platforms available, WooCommerce and Shopify are two that stand out above the rest. In this podcast, two well-known e-commerce platforms are compared side by side …
 
How much do you need to know about design? While at CodePaLOUsa in Louisville, Carl and Richard talked to Kathryn Grayson Nanz about understanding application designers. Kathryn talks about knowing just enough about design to understand that, like software development, it is an iterative process, that takes user feedback and incorporates it into fu…
 
How do you test Angular forms? While at CodePaLOUsa in Louisville, Carl and Richard talked to Martine Dowden about her approach to building tests that are maintainable, and are best automated because they are tedious to test manually - like forms validation. Martine talks about a mix of automated unit testing and eyes-on manual smoke tests being th…
 
As software development gets traction and popularity in the market, developers and organizations are constantly looking for ways to make life easier. There are several software developments tools accessible in the market but when it comes to choosing the right development tools, you need the best one around. Software development tools are a game-ch…
 
What's wrong with microservices? Carl and Richard talk to Shawn Wildermuth about his rant about microservices. Shawn talks about the intent of microservices in the first place, to try and break down the giant service balls of goo that get built over time. But is it necessary? The conversation explores the optimization problem, where having services…
 
Are you getting started with Salesforce but don’t know how? Understand and compare two of the most popular Salesforce integration approaches through this detailed podcast -Salesforce Managed Services vs Salesforce Inhouse Team: What’s the Difference? Choose the best suited one for your business requirements. Salesforce is the go-to cloud platform f…
 
Twenty years ago, before the word podcast existed, there was .NET Rocks! While at CodePaLOUsa in Louisville, Carl and Richard celebrated the publication of the first episode of .NET Rocks twenty years ago in August 2002. Doc Norton joined the conversation to talk about how agile has evolved and the challenges of making good software today. And a bi…
 
How does Power Platform fit into your application lifecycle management? Carl and Richard talk to Kartik Kanakasabesan about his work on Power Platform to treat it like every other development approach. Kartik talks about how PowerApps create straightforward forms-over-data solutions that work well on phones, tablets, and PCs. The conversation digs …
 
When and why should you change your development career? Carl and Richard talk to Rocky Lhotka about his recent change from a large development firm to a one-man band. Rocky talks about changes in Magenic that helped him make the move he'd been thinking about for years. This leads to a broader conversation about how careers evolve, whether or not yo…
 
RASP is a security innovation that uses runtime instrumentation to identify and thwart threats utilizing data from inside the active software. Comparing it to perimeter-based security measures like firewalls is not appropriate. By keeping an eye on inputs and preventing those that may be used to commit attacks, RASP technology is supposed to increa…
 
Businesses are turning to digital platforms to participate in the fast-evolving IT environment. Despite this, many alternatives are available, making the road to becoming online challenging. These two technologies, Laravel vs ASP.NET, will be discussed in this blog. Efficiency, versatility, accuracy, and other factors will be revealed. The best opt…
 
How do you make it easier for developers to build apps in Azure? Carl and Richard talk to Scott Hunter about his new role focused on developer tooling for Azure. This means much more than .NET - Scott talks about tooling for Java, Android, Node, and more! The conversation ranges over how Azure can simplify development cycles, debugging, and monitor…
 
Can you make your application passwordless? While at NDC London, Carl and Richard talk to Eli Holderness about implementing passwordless technology. Eli talks about using password managers and adding physical authentication tokens like fido keys. The conversation then digs into all the varieties of passwordless authentication including SMS, Authent…
 
What features do you want to see in C# 11? Carl and Richard chat with Kathleen Dollard about the work being done to the latest version of C# so far. But first - what about VB.NET? Starting with a question from a listener, Kathleen clarifies Microsoft plans for VB.NET - it's never going away! Then into the feature list of C# 11, including new generi…
 
How do you measure how secure your application is? While at NDC London, Carl and Richard chatted with Victoria Almazova about her work around measuring DevSecOps. Victoria talks about making security part of the DevOps cycle, which is part of every build and measured constantly. The conversation moves to traditional penetration testing and the chal…
 
Laravel is one of the most popular open-source PHP frameworks known for taking away the pains and hassles of development while maintaining its capabilities as a robust framework. It reuses existing components of different frameworks for creating stunning yet cost-effective web applications. When you Hire Laravel Developers with propecient knowledge…
 
WebAssembly is awesome - what else can you do with it? While at NDC London, Carl and Richard talked to Steve Sanderson about his work with WebAssembly, including Blazor. Steve talks about how WebAssembly continues to evolve adding WebAssembly System Integration. This opens the door to the idea that code in the WebAssembly can be run anywhere - any …
 
API testing has focused chiefly on message layer testing, which covers REST APIs and SOAP Web services that can be sent through HTTP, HTTPS, JMS, and MQ. This is now an essential part of any Automation Testing. APIs are used in some way in almost every application nowadays. Before releasing a product to a client or end-user, APIs must be adequately…
 
Episode 1800! While at NDC London, Carl and Richard were on stage for a live show with Heather Downing, discussing the modern developer career. The pandemic created considerable changes in work, and developers were also affected. Do you have the job you want? How do you change it? With some questions from the online viewers, Heather talks about tak…
 
June is GitHub Maintainer Month - have you hugged an open-source project maintainer lately? Carl and Richard talk to Martin Woodward and Immo Landwerth about what it's like to be a maintainer of open-source projects. Often an open-source project starts as something you want for yourself and choose to share - and then others start to use your projec…
 
How well does gRPC work with .NET? Carl and Richard talk to Irina Scurtu about her work with gRPC in .NET. Irina talks about the new features added in .NET 6 to support gRPC including client-side load balancing, fault tolerance, and improved performance. The conversation digs into the various uses of gRPC - Irina advocates for inter-microservice ca…
 
How do you find a great video clip after the fact? Carl and Richard talk to Jeff Fritz about his work building KlipTok, a tool for making Twitch video clips more discoverable and shareable. Jeff digs into the tricky bits of KlipTok, which is all about fast indexing and searching to get to the right clip. The conversation digs into various data stor…
 
Flutter revealed support for Windows only three months ago, and as part of Google I/O, it launched Flutter 3 with solid macOS and Linux compatibility. From flutter 2.0 to flutter 3.0 in this version update. This moves Flutter from a mobile app development framework to a cross-platform framework. Originally intended to revolutionize app development,…
 
How do you modernize a .NET application? While at NDC Porto, Carl and Richard talked to Mark Rendle about his work on Visual Recode, a tool for migrating WCF apps to gRPC, and dug into the broader story of what a modern .NET application looks like. Mark talks about why you would bother to modernize at all - because the standard framework isn't goin…
 
ReactJS apps are known for their beautiful user interfaces and high performance, which keep users and developers interested. ReactJS is popular among developers since it streamlines the entire development process and makes it simple to add new features to the program. However, if the react application isn’t updated regularly, all of this could be i…
 
What can web components do for you? Carl and Richard talk to Jemima Abu about her work with web components. Jemima talks about the projects she is currently working on, and how UI web components make it easier to build good-looking front ends quickly. The discussion digs into how web components stay agnostic of different web frameworks - although o…
 
How do you know your open source is secure? Carl and Richard talk to Jillian Ratliff about security practices on your own code, and the open-source code you depend on. Jillian talks about some of the high-profile security problems that have happened recently in the open-source world including log4j. The conversation turns to practices for making yo…
 
How are extensions in Visual Studio changing? Carl and Richard talk to the extension master himself, Mads Kristensen. With over 150 extensions in the Marketplace, Mads has a lot of experience building tooling that can streamline your Studio experience. The conversation digs into why an extension makes sense rather than being built into Studio. Alth…
 
When should you pivot your startup? Carl and Richard talk to Phil Haack about his experiences with Abbot - the chatbot designed to work within Slack. Phil talks about starting with Abbot focused on ChatOps, where Abbot would help with automation around the deployment of applications. And while there were some customers, it wasn't enough. The pivot …
 
How do you do Infrastructure-as-Code? Carl and Richard talk to Chris Klug about his experiences with different IaC approaches. Christ talks about using HashiCorp's Terraform - one of the original IaC solutions, with a huge number of providers to work with all sorts of platforms - but do they keep up with the latest? Microsoft has released Bicep as …
 
How do you make web apps into desktop apps? Carl and Richard talk to Otto Dobretsberger about Photino, a fork from Steve Sanderson's WebWindow project that will compile your web application into a cross-platform desktop application for Windows, macOS, and Linux. Otto talks about keeping Photino extremely lightweight, many times smaller than other d…
 
How do you debug asynchronous code? Carl and Richard talk to Isadora Rodopoulos about her debugging asynchronous code series of videos and the tools available today to help with debugging. Different people approach debugging in different ways - there's no one way to solve any given problem. But Isadora digs into the critical challenges of asynchron…
 
What's an Azure Static Web App, and why do you want one? Carl and Richard talk to Stacy Cashmore about Azure Static Web Apps, Microsoft's implementation of static web apps. Stacy talks about the bare essentials of making a web page - serving up some HTML. How much back-end processing do you really need? The static web app approach serves a page as …
 
Java integrated development environments, or Java IDEs, are software platforms that give programmers and developers a complete set of tools for developing applications in the Java programming language. Java IDEs are designed to operate with certain application platforms and remove roadblocks in the software development lifecycle. Development teams …
 
Are you moving apps to the cloud? Carl and Richard talk to Richard Reukema about his experience shifting workloads into the cloud. Richard talks about getting beyond virtual machines in the cloud and utilizing the platform services that allow your application to scale up and out. The conversation dives into designing software independent of the imp…
 
How do you build cross-platform UI? Carl and Richard talk to Dan Walmsley about Avalonia, a lightweight, cross-platform UI using XAML and C#. Dan talks about supporting an array of Linux GUIs, Windows, macOS, WebAssembly, Raspberry PI, iOS, and Android! Avalonia comes from the Linux and Mono world and now runs with .NET 6 - you should check it out!…
 
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