Window on Technology is a podcast hosted by Tobias Fenster (tobiasfenster.io) on which typically one expert takes about a specific technology area, either as an introduction or to share the latest news or big changes coming up
AJ Kauffmann and Michael Megel - Day 2 of the 2022 BC TechDays
On the second "live" episode from the 2022 BC TechDays, AJ Kauffmann and Michael Megel join the podcast to talk about their highlights and insights from the conference. We discuss their experience during their own workshops, concerns about the change adoption speed in our community, and of course, we celebrate the amazing TechDays conference.
Eric "Waldo" Wauters and Luc van Vugt - Day 1 of the 2022 BC TechDays
Eric "Waldo" Wauters and Luc van Vugt join this "live" episode to talk about the first session day at the 2022 BC TechDays. We talk about the content, mainly in the keynote, about the impact the news will have on our community and the tech stack that we use and we also discuss why BC TechDays is such a special conference.
Magnus Mårtensson - Non-tech Azure
Magnus Mårtensson, CPO at Devoteam, Microsoft Regional Director and MVP, joins in this episode to talk about Azure. But not the typical "tech stuff", instead what else you need to consider and manage when you move to Azure. We go from people to finance, security and compliance and also discuss how to continue innovating once you made the switch. In the end, he tells the story about his moniker, "noop man".
Freddy Kristiansen - CI/CD and Containers
In the very first episode, Freddy Kristiansen, Technical Evangelist at Microsoft in Copenhagen, is sharing his thoughts on CI/CD and containers for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. We go from the basics through steps to implementing CI/CD to the latest additions in preview and even the disclosure of a brand-new feature that hasn't been discussed outside of Microsoft yet! Then we talk about what Microsoft is using internally and what the ecosystem can expect in the future. And just when we thought we were done, we also briefly touched on creating good bug reports.
This is the trailer episode for "Window on Technology", explaining what I want to do in this podcast