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.NET Rocks! is an Internet Audio Talk Show for Microsoft .NET Developers.

.NET Rocks! PWOP Productions

    • Technologie
    • 4.9, 15 Bewertungen

.NET Rocks! is an Internet Audio Talk Show for Microsoft .NET Developers.

    Adding Identity to Your Applications with Christos Matskas and John Patrick Dandison

    Adding Identity to Your Applications with Christos Matskas and John Patrick Dandison

    What is the right way to secure your applications? Carl and Richard talk to Christos Matskas and John Patrick Dandison about the various security offerings made by Microsoft for application developers. Christos and JD talk about Azure Active Directory B2C and the upcoming Microsoft Identity Web libraries on GitHub. The conversation explores reasoning for rolling your own security - which is almost never the right solution. Let the existing tools make your life easier when it comes to recovering passwords, using multifactor authentication, and more!

    • 56 Min.
    OpenSilver with Giovanni Albani

    OpenSilver with Giovanni Albani

    Got Silverlight apps? Carl and Richard talk to Giovanni Albani about the OpenSilver project - building an open-source version of Silverlight that runs without a plugin, using WebAssembly. Giovanni talks about companies he has communicate with that have Silverlight apps with hundreds of thousands of lines of code - not a simple thing to rewrite. The goal of OpenSilver is to let you migrate those applications.

    • 1 Std.
    The Open Source Ecosystem, .NET Foundation, and Microsoft with Sebastien Lambla

    The Open Source Ecosystem, .NET Foundation, and Microsoft with Sebastien Lambla

    Grenades with love! Carl and Richard talk to Sebastien Lambla about the state of the .NET open source ecosystem today, the role that Microsoft plays in it, and what the .NET Foundation could do in the future! Seb talks about the challenges of making open source projects in the .NET ecosystem when Microsoft gets involved - and how tough it is to stay involved when a megacorporation goes a different way. Is it damaging the ecosystem? The conversation turns to the value of diversity and the potential to make the ecosystem better. A key factor is the .NET Foundation - and voting is open as of July 21!

    • 56 Min.
    C# 9 with Mads Torgersen

    C# 9 with Mads Torgersen

    What's coming in C# 9? Carl and Richard talk to the Mads Torgersen, the leader of the C# team, about the rapidly approaching C# 9. Mads explains that with .NET 5 coming in the fall, he felt there should be a new version of C# as well - so in less than a year since C# 8, they're going to have another version! That being said, the feature set of C# 9 is not as aggressive as it was in C# 8, with a focus on making immutable coding easier. And the whole development process is being done in public, on GitHub. So if you want to check out the bits, go for it!

    • 58 Min.
    ASP.NET Core API Endpoints with Steve Smith

    ASP.NET Core API Endpoints with Steve Smith

    Ready to simplify and organize your MVC app? Carl and Richard talk to Steve Smith about his open-source project called ASP.NET Core API Endpoints. Steve digs into the problems around the controller part of MVC - as a project gets bigger, it gets harder to manage all of the elements associated with a controller. His Endpoints library cleans up this issue, to transform the MVC pattern into the Request-EndPoint-Response pattern, with simpler code and an easy project to manage. Check it out!

    • 51 Min.
    Testing using nDepend with Patrick Smacchia

    Testing using nDepend with Patrick Smacchia

    How do you do static testing in your applications? Carl and Richard talk to Patrick Smacchia of nDepend - one of the original testing products for .NET, stretching back to the very beginning! Patrick talks about how nDepend has grown over the years to provide a variety of tools for helping you to visualize the quality of your code, and to detect code smells - that is, aspects of code that may indicate a problem. The conversation dives into building out rules in projects to do static evaluation as code is created so you can catch problems early, to determine when its time to refactor older code!

    • 57 Min.

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Jay 'Mc' Bee ,

Simply the best.

I've been listening to this diverse podcast for years now -
always great content, always good guests and you've gotta love the spirit of our hosts.
In my opinion setting the bar for every tech podcast out there.
Love it. Keep it up guys!!

niculs ,

DotNet Rocks rockt und rockt und rockt...

Hallo zusammen,

ich höre Carl Franklin nun seit 2002 immer wieder mit einigen Unterbrechungen.

Diese "Internet-Audio-Talkshow" ist quasi Pflichtprogramm für den Entwickler, der immer seiner Zeit voraus sein möchte. Carl liefert mit seinem CoHost und den Gästen, die Geschichte geschrieben haben und es noch immer tun, eine hochinteressante Mischung aus innovativer Technik rund ums Programmieren im Microsoftumfeld und einer Menge Spaß.

Aus jeder Folge kann man etwas für sich selbst gebrauchen selbst wenn man einmal mit dem Thema selbst nichts, oder nur am Rande zu tun hat.

Sehr zu empfehlen auch der Ableger DNR-TV.

Schade nur, dass sich etwas in gleicher hochwertigen inhaltlicher Qualität leider nich in deutscher Sprache zu finden ist.

Carl rockt und ich wäre nur zu gerne einmal live bei einer Aufzeichnung dabei.

Ein "must-have" für jeden Visual Studio Entwickler...

Grus...

Ingo Klug

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