By Herding Code
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A weekly discussion featuring K. Scott Allen (odetocode.com), Kevin Dente, Scott Koon (lazycoder.com), and Jon Galloway.
||CleanHerding Code 229: Matt Warren on .NET Internals and Open Source Contributions||Download / Listen: Herding Code 229: Matt Warren on .NET Internals and Open Source Contributions The guys talked to Matt Warren about his recent blog posts on .NET open source and open source contributions. (00:20) How Matt goes about writing his in-dep||2/8/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHerding Code 228: 2017 Wrap Up with Microservices, .NET Foundation, Mixed Reality, Bitcoin, Alexa||Download / Listen: Herding Code 228: 2017 Wrap Up with Microservices, .NET Foundation, Mixed Reality, Bitcoin, Alexa The gang gets together to talk about what they’ve been up to, year end wrap-up, and some random odds and ends. Topics: K Scott’s bee||12/30/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHerding Code 227: Rob Ashton on Better Coffee Through Science||Download / Listen: Herding Code 227: Rob Ashton on on Better Coffee Through Science While at NDC Oslo, Jon talked to Rob about how he and the Tame Baristas crew make amazing coffee. Topics: What’s the deal with Tame Baristas and making coffee at sof||12/11/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHerding Code 226: Jon Skeet on .NET at Google and Feminism for Geeks||Download / Listen: Herding Code 226: Jon Skeet on .NET at Google and Feminism for Geeks Show Notes: .NET at Google (00:17) Jon G asks Jon Skeet about what he does at Google and how it relates to .NET. Jon’s working to make the Google Cloud Platform gr||12/7/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHerding Code 225: Glitch with Jenn Schiffer and Daniel X Moore||Note: This was recorded several months ago. Our site was offline for a while, the dog ate our collective homework, etc. Sorry about that. The main thing that’s changed since we recorded was the addition of user profiles. Download / Listen: Herding Cod||11/20/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHerding Code: Not dead yet, podcasts incoming||Hey! We’re still here. We had some technical difficulties, were waiting to release some shows for a sponsorship, the dog ate our collective homework. Sorry about that! We’ve got some good episodes ready for you, so this is just heads up. Download /||11/20/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHerding Code 224: Jeremy Miller on Marten, Postgres and Alba||The gang talks to Jeremy Miller about some of his open source projects. Download / Listen: Herding Code 224: Jeremy Miller on Marten, Postgres and Alba Show Notes: Marten (01:20) Jeremy’s shops really like using document databases because there̵||5/19/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHerding Code 223: Keith Horwood on StdLib, Nodal, and Functions as a Service||The gang talks to Keith Horwood about stdlib, nodal, and lots more! Download / Listen: Herding Code 223: Keith Horwood on StdLib, Nodal, and Functions as a Service Show Notes: Standard Lib (stdlib) (00:44) Standard Lib is a registry for serverless micro||4/17/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHerding Code 222: Ben Hall on using Windows Containers for ASP.NET Applications||At NDC London, Jon chatted with Ben Hall about his presentation about deploying ASP.NET applications to Windows Containers with Docker, including demos with Nerd Dinner and MVC Music Store! Download / Listen: Herding Code 222: Ben Hall on using Windows||3/3/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHerding Code 221: Rob Conery on How Complexity Theory Can Save Your Job||At NDC London, Jon chatted with Rob Conery about his presentation on how Rob got fired for misunderstanding complexity theory, what you need to know, lambda calculus, and The Impostor’s Handbook. Download / Listen: Herding Code 221: Rob Conery on How||2/24/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
Best Development Podcast
This is the best development podcast around. Down to earth discussions. Highly recommended for any .NET developer.
Great Mix of Content
What I especially love about Herding Code compared to some of the other .NET podcasts is the mix of guest interviews with personal conversations and opinions from the hosts. It seems like the same guests can rotate from podcast to podcast, but Herding Code always seems to have a fresh take. Definately check it out.
Very good show
I look forward to each new episode. They usually invite interesting guests and for the most part don't hold back when asking questions or giving their opinions. Highly recommended for any .Net developer looking to learn about new technologies and methodologies. Also, their occasional snarky remarks are pretty funny.