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The Azure DevOps Podcast is a show for developers and devops professionals shipping software using Microsoft technologies. Each show brings you hard-hitting interviews with industry experts innovating better methods and sharing success stories. Listen in to learn how to increase quality, ship quickly, and operate well. Hosted by Jeffrey Palermo and sponsored by Clear Measure, Inc.

Azure DevOps Podcast Jeffrey Palermo

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    • 4.7 • 15 Ratings

The Azure DevOps Podcast is a show for developers and devops professionals shipping software using Microsoft technologies. Each show brings you hard-hitting interviews with industry experts innovating better methods and sharing success stories. Listen in to learn how to increase quality, ship quickly, and operate well. Hosted by Jeffrey Palermo and sponsored by Clear Measure, Inc.

    Greg Leonardo: Architecting for Azure - Episode 205

    Greg Leonardo: Architecting for Azure - Episode 205

    Greg is a Cloud Architect that assists organizations with cloud adoption and innovation and is currently a Public Cloud Architect at AT&T. He has been working in the IT industry since his time in the military and is a developer, teacher, speaker, and early adopter. Greg has worked in many facets of IT throughout his career and is currently the president of TampaDev a community meetup that runs #TampaCC and various technology events throughout Tampa. Greg holds a certification as a Microsoft Certified Azure Solutions Architect Expert, Microsoft Certified Trainer, and is an Azure MVP.
     
    Topics of Discussion:
    [2:45] Businesses still struggle with how to manage costs, even with all the new things that have surfaced in Azure.
    [3:30] Understanding your cost structures is critical.
    [6:20] What does the mindset look like?
    [6:43] What the heck is a Microsoft Certified Azure solutions architect expert?
    [9:09] The biggest thing that Greg can impress upon architects is that you're not always in control of your own destiny.
    [10:01] What is Greg’s favorite Diagramming Method or diagramming tool?
    [11:52] How does one go about making decisions and projecting what the monthly bill is going to be for a given application?
    [16:20] When building a service, Greg tries to start in the serverless arena, and then moves up from there.
    [25:13] What is the direction we are heading with Azure?
    [28:33] The go-to solutions that Greg has his teams use for just their individual network security for their own computer when they're not in a corporate building.
     
    Mentioned in this Episode:
    Architect Tips — New video podcast!
    Azure DevOps
    Clear Measure (Sponsor)
    .NET DevOps for Azure: A Developer’s Guide to DevOps Architecture the Right Way, by Jeffrey Palermo — Available on Amazon!
    Jeffrey Palermo’s YouTube
    Jeffrey Palermo’s Twitter — Follow to stay informed about future events!
    Greg Leonardo Takes an Azure Deep Dive
     
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    • 31 min
    Daniel Roth: Blazor Futures

    Daniel Roth: Blazor Futures

    Daniel Roth is a principal product manager on the ASP.NET team working on ASP.NET Core, Blazor, and other web features. He has previously worked on various parts of .NET, including System.Net, WCF, XAML, and ASP.NET. His passions include building frameworks for modern Web frameworks that are simple and easy to use.
     
    Topics of Discussion:
    [2:45] Daniel talks about the high points of his career that led him to the ASP.NET team, along with a few changes he has seen in the industry, along the way.
    [6:25] The developer ecosystems have been opened up.
    [7:40] Daniel talks about Blazor Hybrid.
    [9:43]  If you have a web app, and you want to just reuse that UI within a native client app, you can have a common set of Blazor components that are used across both.
    [10:28] Daniel talks about .NET 7 and how they are taking it to the next level.
    [14:46] The Blazor Native Experiment is available through a project called the Mobile Blazor Bindings Project.
    [24:03] Jeffrey asks Daniel about his favorite ways that people should be testing the UI level of Blazor Applications.
    [27:03] What people should be expecting in the next year.
    [34:16] Tooling and debugging is an area we can continue to actively invest in.
     
    Mentioned in this Episode:
    Architect Tips — New video podcast!
    Azure DevOps
    Clear Measure (Sponsor)
    .NET DevOps for Azure: A Developer’s Guide to DevOps Architecture the Right Way, by Jeffrey Palermo — Available on Amazon!
    Jeffrey Palermo’s YouTube
    Jeffrey Palermo’s Twitter — Follow to stay informed about future events!
    “Daniel Roth On Web Development With .Net 6”
    “Egil Hansen on Blazor Testing with bUnit”
     
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    • 40 min
    Kendall Roden: Azure Container Apps

    Kendall Roden: Azure Container Apps

    Kendall is a Senior Product Manager for Azure Container Apps based out of Austin, TX. When she’s not working, Kendall enjoys being outdoors, teaching spin classes, and hanging out with her cat, Koda.
     
    Topics of Discussion:
    [3:46] Kendall talks about starting in consulting and building her skill set in customer empathy and understanding the pain points that developers are experiencing.
    [4:13] Even if it makes you uncomfortable, lean in as much as you can to opportunities for technical training.
    [7:16] What interested Kendall in working on things that are more in running applications vs. doing frameworks for building applications?
    [8:09] Even if you’re in operations at an organization, your overall objective is to help developers be more productive and focus on what’s making the company money and help them operate on what their core value proposition is for their customers.
    [11:35] Kendall discusses Azure Container Apps and starts with App Service.
    [21:02] Is Kendall working on Windows adapting containers?
    [24:02] Do you have more control in container apps than you do in App Service, or does that limitation still stay the same?
    [30:45] Kendall forecasts the future of container ops adoption and that we will see more and more cohesiveness in terms of the Azure portfolio.
    [31:40] What does the pricing model look like?
    [41:54] Kendall would recommend at least starting with the Azure Architecture Center.
     
    Mentioned in this Episode:
    Architect Tips — New video podcast!
    Azure DevOps
    Clear Measure (Sponsor)
    .NET DevOps for Azure: A Developer’s Guide to DevOps Architecture the Right Way, by Jeffrey Palermo — Available on Amazon!
    Jeffrey Palermo’s YouTube
    Jeffrey Palermo’s Twitter — Follow to stay informed about future events!
    Kendall Roden on Microsoft Cloud
    Kendall Roden Twitter
    The Azure Podcast
    Kendall Roden LinkedIn
    Kendall Roden GitHub
    Azure Container Apps Samples
    Azure-Samples
    Youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5rXtjltSImRsDw-sqr3wUDyG_IwlV_HN
    Azure Container Apps discord server
     
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    • 44 min
    Steve Sanderson: The future of Blazor and WebAssembly

    Steve Sanderson: The future of Blazor and WebAssembly

    Steve Sanderson is working as a developer for Microsoft in the team that brings you the ASP.NET technology stack, IIS, and other web things. Previously he developed .NET software as a contractor/consultant for clients in Bristol and beyond, plus wrote some books for Apress, such as Pro ASP.NET MVC Framework. From time to time, he speaks at user groups and conferences and recently has been running a bunch of training courses on topics such as C#, SQL Server, and of course ASP.NET MVC. Steve has been instrumental in some very visible projects. He started the Knockout.js project in 2010, an early javascript UI framework. He also designed the Azure Portal architecture that anyone using Azure uses daily.
     
    Topics of Discussion:
    [4:07] Steve talks about the main steps that got him into Microsoft and his role in Blazor.
    [9:04] How does running SQLite in Blazor work?
    [13:35] Are there limitations on how long we can have it live between browser sessions?
    [15:36] Maui has been the biggest focus for the Blazor team throughout .NET.
    [22:36] What is the path of WebAssembly in the family of technologies?
    [23:11] What is WASI?
    [33:03] What does Steve see in the future and how might we be able to bridge more divides?
    [35:36] Steve mentions the different services to check out.
     
    Mentioned in this Episode:
    Architect Tips — New video podcast!
    Azure DevOps
    Clear Measure (Sponsor)
    .NET DevOps for Azure: A Developer’s Guide to DevOps Architecture the Right Way, by Jeffrey Palermo — Available on Amazon!
    Jeffrey Palermo’s YouTube
    Jeffrey Palermo’s Twitter — Follow to stay informed about future events!
    Steve Sanderson
    .NET Blog
    WebAssembly
    Steve was a guest on the Azure DevOps Podcast back in episode 106 in September of 2020.
     
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    • 39 min
    Greg Young: CQRS and EventSourcing- Episode 201

    Greg Young: CQRS and EventSourcing- Episode 201

    Greg Young is an independent consultant and serial entrepreneur. He has 10-plus years of varied experience in computer science from embedded operating systems to business systems and he brings a pragmatic and often unusual viewpoint to discussions. Greg coined the term “CQRS” (Command Query Responsibility Segregation) and it was instantly picked up by the community who have elaborated upon it ever since. He’s a frequent contributor to InfoQ, a speaker/trainer at Skills Matter, and also a well-known speaker at international conferences.
     
    Topics of Discussion:
    [3:24] Greg talks about being poached from university and his path to computer science, starting in the lottery and horse racing systems.
    [7:25] Greg defines CQRS at the base level.
    [9:24] What is event sourcing?
    [11:25] How does it look in database technology?
    [19:19] How does asynchronous processing work with event sourcing?
    [22:44] Greg talks about causation ID and correlation ID.
    [26:49] If someone is running on Azure, what technology would be associated with the stream of event sourcing?
    [27:27] When you’re event sourcing, your events are your concept of truth.
    [28:15] What’s the relationship between event sourcing and CQRS?
    [31:16] How has Greg’s method of explaining these concepts changed over time?
    [31:36] When you teach something, you both get a better understanding of the thing that you’re teaching, and you get a better understanding of how to teach it to somebody.
     
    Mentioned in this Episode:
    Architect Tips — New video podcast!
    Azure DevOps
    Clear Measure (Sponsor)
    .NET DevOps for Azure: A Developer’s Guide to DevOps Architecture the Right Way, by Jeffrey Palermo — Available on Amazon!
    Jeffrey Palermo’s YouTube
    Jeffrey Palermo’s Twitter — Follow to stay informed about future events!
    Greg Young Twitter
    Greg Young GitHub
    Event Store
    Greg Young YouTube
     
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    • 38 min
    Tomas Petricek: Cultures of Programming

    Tomas Petricek: Cultures of Programming

    Tomas Petricek is a lecturer at the University of Kent and a partner at fsharpWorks. He believes that the most fundamental work is not the one solving hard problems, but the one that offers new ways of thinking. He follows this belief in his academic research on programming systems and the history and philosophy of computing, but also in his writing on functional programming and in his F# training and consulting.
     
    Before joining Kent, Tomas did a Ph.D. on context-aware computations at the University of Cambridge, worked on F# tools in Microsoft Research, and built novel tools for data exploration at The Alan Turing Institute.
     
    Topics of Discussion:
    [4:19] The Turing Institute, and a little bit more about Alan Turing.
    [6:01] How can we distill 70 years into something understandable in a reasonable period?
    [8:52] What were the early cultures of programming?
    [14:00] Fortran programming and how ALGOL was designed by a sort of more academic crowd as a universal programming language.
    [15:00] We hear some well wishes from listeners and past guests for the 200th episode! Thank you!
    [21:27] Tomas discusses hacker culture and how the term programmer has changed over the years.
    [26:06] Tomas’s prediction on where the culture of programming is going next.
    [27:03] The amazing ad for a programming system called Flow-Matic.
    [29:22] Why we need escape hatches is because there is a fundamental flaw with no-code and low-code approaches.
     
    Mentioned in this Episode:
    Architect Tips — New video podcast!
    Azure DevOps
    Clear Measure (Sponsor)
    .NET DevOps for Azure: A Developer’s Guide to DevOps Architecture the Right Way, by Jeffrey Palermo — Available on Amazon!
    Jeffrey Palermo’s YouTube
    Jeffrey Palermo’s Twitter — Follow to stay informed about future events!
    Cultures of Programming
    Sonic-Pi.NET
    Tomas Petricek Twitter
    fsharpworks Twitter
    Tomas Petricek Website
     
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    • 42 min

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Jeffrey Palermo ,

Fantastic guests

Packs a lot of cutting edge info in a short episode. Worth the time to listen.

efraircr ,

Great way to learn & keep up with Azure DevOps

Host Jeffrey Palermo is himself a thought leader in the Microsoft and DevOps spaces. He's able to get guest that are either developing the tools we use or on the forefront of DevOps practices. There hasn't been an episode yet that didn't have some practical takeaways for me.

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