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Jeremy Likness

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.NET 038: EFCore 5 and Blazor with Jeremy Likness

Adventures in .NET

In this episode of Adventures in .NET, we dig deep into Microsoft’s progression from EF6 to EFCore 5 and how EFCore integrates with Azure Cosmos DB. Jeremy also discusses how he has worked with Blazor and EFCore in Azure and the benefits of his approach. Sponsors PVS-Studio | Try PVS-Studio for free using the promo code: #advdotnet CodeRush for Visual Studio | FREE 30-DAY TRIAL Audible.com CacheFly Panel Shawn Clabough Caleb Wells Wai Liu Special Guest Jeremy Likness Links https://blog.jeremylikness.com/series/blazor-and-ef-core/ EFCore 5 Preview 6 .NET Docs Taxonomy updates EF Core Community Standups Picks Shawn Clabough Cursed | Netflix Caleb Umbrella Academy 2 Wai Appetize.io Jeremy Likness Oculus Quest Strength In Weakness: My life with Parkinson’s Disease Follow Jeremy on Twitter > @JeremyLikness Follow us on Twitter > @dotNET_Podcast

51mins

15 Sep 2020

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.NET 038: EFCore 5 and Blazor with Jeremy Likness

Devchat.tv Episode Roundup

In this episode of Adventures in .NET, we dig deep into Microsoft’s progression from EF6 to EFCore 5 and how EFCore integrates with Azure Cosmos DB. Jeremy also discusses how he has worked with Blazor and EFCore in Azure and the benefits of his approach. Sponsors PVS-Studio | Try PVS-Studio for free using the promo code: #advdotnet CodeRush for Visual Studio | FREE 30-DAY TRIAL Audible.com CacheFly Panel Shawn Clabough Caleb Wells Wai Liu Special Guest Jeremy Likness Links https://blog.jeremylikness.com/series/blazor-and-ef-core/ EFCore 5 Preview 6 .NET Docs Taxonomy updates EF Core Community Standups Picks Shawn Clabough Cursed | Netflix Caleb Umbrella Academy 2 Wai Appetize.io Jeremy Likness Oculus Quest Strength In Weakness: My life with Parkinson’s Disease Follow Jeremy on Twitter > @JeremyLikness Follow us on Twitter > @dotNET_Podcast

51mins

15 Sep 2020

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Blazor and Web Assembly with Jeremy Likness

Microsoft 365 Developer Podcast

Paul talks with Jeremy Likness about the new .Net-based Blazor technology combined with Web Assembly (WASM) to run code in the browser instead of the server.Links from the show:EF Core and Cosmos DB with Blazor WebAssembly Azure AD Secured Serverless Cosmos DB from Blazor WebAssemblyMicrosoft NewsBuild ASP.NET Core MVC apps with Microsoft GraphCommunity LinksAnnouncing the Application Insights Annotation Github Action Setup WSL2 for SPFx development

53mins

1 Jun 2020

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Jeremy Likness on DevOps Automation - Episode 76

Azure DevOps Podcast

Today’s guest is Jeremy Likness — an internationally selling author, keynote speaker, and professional coder with a personal mission to empower developers to be their best! Jeremy has worked on commercial enterprise software for 25 years and specializes in web technology. Currently, he is also a Sr. Cloud Developer Advocate for Microsoft, but previously held roles at iVision, Wintellect, and AirWatch. In his free time however, he enjoys running, hiking, and shooting nine-ball and one-pocket. In today’s episode, Jeffrey and Jeremy discuss DevOps Automation. Jeremy shares his philosophy on starting a new project, provides key insights about Azure DevOps Services, speaks about what is new with Azure DevOps in general, gives his thoughts on GitHub Actions, explains how he’s utilizing Azure ARM templates, and shares some of his best practices and go-to resources. Topics of Discussion: [:39] Be sure to visit AzureDevOps.Show for past episodes and show notes. [1:08] About today’s guest, Jeremy Likness. [1:49] Jeffrey welcomes Jeremy to the podcast. [1:40] Jeremy describes two of his favorite hobbies: nine-ball and one-pocket. [3:15] Jeremy speaks about his career and how it has progressed over the years. [8:11] Jeremy speaks about his current role at Microsoft and what Cloud Advocate really means. [9:51] Jeremy shares his philosophy on starting a project. [13:58] Jeremy provides some key insights when bringing Azure DevOps Services into the mix. [15:41] What’s new in Azure DevOps in general? [20:38] A word from Azure DevOps Podcast’s sponsor: Clear Measure. [21:03] Jeffrey gives some quick announcements. [22:52] Jeremy gives his thoughts on GitHub Actions. [25:48] Jeremy speaks about what the experience is like with GitHub Actions when you have a release candidate that you’re deploying to your environments (environment 1, environment 2, etc.), all the way up to production. He also provides some examples. [28:14] When deploying, is Jeremy still using Azure ARM templates? Or does he use a mix of things to provision his infrastructure? [34:55] Jeremy gives a quick piece of random nostalgia from his past. [35:47] Jeremy’s go-to resources to learn more about the topics discussed on today’s show. [37:45] Where to get in touch with Jeremy! [38:15] Jeffrey thanks Jeremy for joining him in this episode. Mentioned in this Episode: 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! bit.ly/dotnetdevopsebook — Click here to download the .NET DevOps for Azure ebook! bit.ly/dotnetdevopsbookforcommunity — Visit to get your hands on two free books to give away at conferences or events! Jeffrey Palermo’s Youtube Jeffrey Palermo’s Twitter — Follow to stay informed about future events! Jeffrey@Clear-Measure.com — Email Jeffrey for a free 30-point DevOps inspection (regularly priced at $5000!) — Spaces are limited! Jeremy Likness’ Blog Jeremy Likness’ Twitter Jeremy Likness’ LinkedIn Jeremy Likness’ GitHub Jeremy’s Email: Jeremy.Likness@Microsoft.com Azure DevOps Services Abel Wang The Azure DevOps Podcast: “Abel Wang on DevOps Infrastructure - Episode 73” Hugo GitHub Actions Azure Resource Manager (ARM) Microsoft Ignite Blazor Docs.Microsoft.com/en-us/Learn Want to Learn More? Visit AzureDevOps.Show for show notes and additional episodes.

39mins

17 Feb 2020

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#44 Jeremy Likness became a developer through the backdoor and loved it

Software Developer's Journey

Jeremy Likness is a Cloud Developer Advocate for Azure at Microsoft. Jeremy has spent two decades building enterprise software with a focus on line of business web applications. He is the author of several highly acclaimed technical books including Designing Silverlight Business Applications and Programming the Windows Runtime by Example. He has given hundreds of technical presentations during his career as a professional developer. In his free time Jeremy likes to run, hike, and maintain a 100% plant-based diet.Jeremy first explained how he felt in love with computers at the age of 7... and ended up droping out of college and abandoning the idea of a career in software. He told us about the detours he took and how he got back in IT through the back door. We touched on his learning patterns and how he got into public speaking and conferences. We devised on how each step of his career prepared him for his current job as a developer advocate. Finally, we spoke about hiring and mentoring younger developers.Here are the links of the show:@jeremylikness on Twitter: http://twitter.com/@jeremyliknessBlog: https://blog.jeremylikness.comUpcoming talks: https://blog.jeremylikness.com/upcoming-talks-eaf27ff8a3a7CreditsMusic Aye by Yung Kartz is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 License.Your hostSoftware Developer‘s Journey is hosted and produced by Timothée (Tim) Bourguignon, a crazy frenchman living in Germany who dedicated his life to helping others learn & grow. More about him at timbourguignon.fr.Want to be next?Do you know anyone who should be on the podcast? Do you want to be next? Drop me a line: info@devjourney.info or via Twitter @timothep.Gift the podcast a ratingPlease do me and your fellow listeners a favor by spreading the good word about this podcast. And please leave a rating (excellent of course) on the major podcasting platforms, this is the best way to increase the visibility of the podcast:Apple PodcastsStitcherGoogle PlayThanks!Support the show (http://bit.ly/2yBfySB)

43mins

26 Mar 2019

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Serverless Blazor talking Next Gen with Jeremy Likness

Eat Sleep Code Podcast

On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Jeremy Likness talks about creating next gen web applications using Blazor & Serverless with Azure. Jeremy shares his interest in Blazor. How to implement serverless using the Azure serverless platform that includes Azure Functions, Logic Apps, and Event Grid is discussed.

51mins

4 Mar 2019

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ngAir 180 - Angular in the .NET World with Jeremy Likness

Angular Air

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59mins

17 Oct 2018

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Learn How To Sell Yourself With Jeremy Likness

IT Career Energizer

Today’s episode should be very interesting not only for I.T. enthusiasts but also for everyone else who wants to upscale their game in their career. Our guest today is Jeremy Likness, a cloud developer advocate for Microsoft and he has one great piece of advice for you – be comfortable selling yourself! Jeremy’s career has spanned over 20 years which he says has mostly focused on communicating with clients and customers. And, he proves that it really made a difference in his career when he started changing how he packaged himself to relay his knowledge and skills easily. These ups and downs made him brave enough to take risks, learn on his own and be determined about his goals. He made connections along the way and his goal is to empower other developers to be their best. Start listening to learn more about Jeremy’s career advice! To find out more about this episode visit the show notes page at www.itcareerenergizer.com/e60

20mins

4 Jun 2018

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MJS 052: Jeremy Likness

All JavaScript Podcasts by Devchat.tv

Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Jeremy Likness This week on My JavaScript Story, Charles speaks with Jeremy Likness. Jeremy works for Microsoft currently and first got into programming when he was kept home while having a sunburn and taught himself how to type in a program into his family’s TI-99 4A computer and then later moved on to the Commodore 64. They stress the fact that you can be a successful programmer, no matter your background and they talk about the pros and cons of being a cloud developer advocate. In particular, we dive pretty deep on: How did you first get into programming? How much Microsoft is in the different programming aspects Cloud developer advocates Azure TI-99 4A and Commodore 64 C and C+ You don’t have to go the traditional route to be a programmer Having a CS major is not the only way How did you get into JavaScript? Discovered the internet in college Career focused on Web apps jQuery Backbone.js Hands-on career with the code He did consulting for 10 years Linux How has your earning changed? His biggest fear was getting out of touch with the realities of day-to-day programming Pros and cons of being a cloud developer advocate Community, Content, and Connection with engineering And much, much more! Links: Microsoft Cloud developer advocates Azure JavaScript jQuery Backbone.js Linux @JeremyLikness Jeremy’s Blog Picks Charles BusyCal Jeremy Dwitter.net Hello World: The Film Node.js documentation on Azure

39mins

14 Mar 2018

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MJS 052: Jeremy Likness

Devchat.tv Episode Roundup

Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Jeremy Likness This week on My JavaScript Story, Charles speaks with Jeremy Likness. Jeremy works for Microsoft currently and first got into programming when he was kept home while having a sunburn and taught himself how to type in a program into his family’s TI-99 4A computer and then later moved on to the Commodore 64. They stress the fact that you can be a successful programmer, no matter your background and they talk about the pros and cons of being a cloud developer advocate. In particular, we dive pretty deep on: How did you first get into programming? How much Microsoft is in the different programming aspects Cloud developer advocates Azure TI-99 4A and Commodore 64 C and C+ You don’t have to go the traditional route to be a programmer Having a CS major is not the only way How did you get into JavaScript? Discovered the internet in college Career focused on Web apps jQuery Backbone.js Hands-on career with the code He did consulting for 10 years Linux How has your earning changed? His biggest fear was getting out of touch with the realities of day-to-day programming Pros and cons of being a cloud developer advocate Community, Content, and Connection with engineering And much, much more! Links: Microsoft Cloud developer advocates Azure JavaScript jQuery Backbone.js Linux @JeremyLikness Jeremy’s Blog Picks Charles BusyCal Jeremy Dwitter.net Hello World: The Film Node.js documentation on Azure

39mins

14 Mar 2018

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