A podcast that details the happenings around the .NET ecosystem, generally a week at a time. I can neither confirm nor deny that there will be attempts at humor involved.
For any confusion caused to fishermen thinking they've gotten a new podcast devoted to the tools of fishing, I am sorry. This is about the technology stack. Naming is hard.
Using Azure Means Microsoft Sharing Your Info
Microsoft Shares your Info with Canonical if you use Ubuntu; .NET Turns 19; and three CVEs get patched in the .NET World.
[Object]ing... for now.
Microsoft defers 2022 Election Cycle contributions to congressional representatives that supported the objections to certification of electors on January 6th. Microsoft Ignite is coming and it's free.
You can't have issues if you don't have a backlog
The .NET team axes their backlog in vain hopes of managing it. Microsoft releases LAMBDA; an excel function that will likely power AI well into the next decade.
Microsoft says the quiet part out loud
Microsoft spills why they make Political Action Committee Contributions to members of congress that supported the insurrection on January 6th; Visual Studio now supports preprocessor symbols for intellisense; and two conferences are coming up.
I am (g)root
Nuget can run arbitrary code on your system; Parler's woes get worse (yay!); and Khalid A. shares inspirational quotes from artists that apply to programming. Oh yea, Microsoft releases new .NET Core updates that fix a major CVE.
2021 Doesn't Feel so Good, Mr. Stark.
A Capitol Insurrection; JetBrains refutes the NYT tying it to the Solarwinds Hack, and Serverless.com makes a major security "oopsie".