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Aaron Stannard

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The Microsoft Open Source Sandbox with Aaron Stannard

.NET Rocks!

Can you make open source projects in the Microsoft ecosystem and live to tell the tale? Carl and Richard talk to Aaron Stannard about his view of the Microsoft open-source ecosystem, including the challenges of building and maintaining Akka.NET. Aaron talks about Microsoft being good producers of open source but not good consumers of open source - they still have that not-invented-here viewpoint on things. The conversation turns to either making an open-source project that is popular but ultimately consumed by Microsoft, or profitable because it lives in the long tail that Microsoft won't explore. But could there be a better way?

1hr 7mins

19 Nov 2020

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The Microsoft Open Source Sandbox with Aaron Stannard

.NET Rocks!

Can you make open source projects in the Microsoft ecosystem and live to tell the tale? Carl and Richard talk to Aaron Stannard about his view of the Microsoft open-source ecosystem, including the challenges of building and maintaining Akka.NET. Aaron talks about Microsoft being good producers of open source but not good consumers of open source - they still have that not-invented-here viewpoint on things. The conversation turns to either making an open-source project that is popular but ultimately consumed by Microsoft, or profitable because it lives in the long tail that Microsoft won't explore. But could there be a better way?

1hr 7mins

19 Nov 2020

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.NET 035: Performant Applications using the Actor Pattern & Akka.NET with Aaron Stannard

Devchat.tv Episode Roundup

Aaron Stannard joins the Adventures in .NET team this week to discuss Akka.NET. He digs into the Actor model, the reasons to use it and what gave him the impetus to port Akka to .NET. Sponsors PVS-Studio | Try PVS-Studio for free using the promo code; #advdotnet CodeRush for Visual Studio | FREE 30-DAY TRIAL CacheFly Panel Shawn Clabough Caleb Wells Joel Schaubert Special Guest Aaron Stannard Links https://petabridge.com/bootcamp Building Your First Whiskey Collection Picks Shawn Clabough Locke & Key Caleb Animal Crossing: New Horizons Joel Schaubert Fender Special Edition Deluxe PJ Bass Sea Foam Pearl Aaron Stannard eaglerare.com Follow us on Twitter > @dotNET_Podcast

1hr 11mins

25 Aug 2020

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.NET 035: Performant Applications using the Actor Pattern & Akka.NET with Aaron Stannard

Adventures in .NET

Aaron Stannard joins the Adventures in .NET team this week to discuss Akka.NET. He digs into the Actor model, the reasons to use it and what gave him the impetus to port Akka to .NET. Sponsors PVS-Studio | Try PVS-Studio for free using the promo code; #advdotnet CodeRush for Visual Studio | FREE 30-DAY TRIAL CacheFly Panel Shawn Clabough Caleb Wells Joel Schaubert Special Guest Aaron Stannard Links https://petabridge.com/bootcamp Building Your First Whiskey Collection Picks Shawn Clabough Locke & Key Caleb Animal Crossing: New Horizons Joel Schaubert Fender Special Edition Deluxe PJ Bass Sea Foam Pearl Aaron Stannard eaglerare.com Follow us on Twitter > @dotNET_Podcast

1hr 11mins

25 Aug 2020

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#142 Aaron Stannard, Sustainable Open Source Software

no dogma podcast

Summary Aaron Stannard talks about the challenges facing the open source software world and how he thinks they can be addressed. Details Who he is, what he does, a little about Akka and the actor model. Aaron’s blogs on open source projects, burnout; Microsoft vs other software ecosystems; sustainable open source, being a victim of your own success, bug reports, feature requests, the aggression. What is the incentive to work on open source, making a little money from open source, sustainability and incentives. “No way are we paying for free software!”. Aggression and abuse. Optimism about OSS, examples of successful OSS ventures. How to find more from Aaron. Full show notes

44mins

11 May 2020

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Episode 135 – Akka.NET with Aaron Stannard

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

Aaron is the CTO and co-founder of Petabridge, where they are making distributed programming for .NET developers easy by working on Akka.NET and Helios. Prior to Petabridge he founded MarkedUp Analytics, and worked at Microsoft as a Startup Developer Evangelist. Links https://twitter.com/Aaronontheweb http://www.aaronstannard.com/ Resources https://learnakka.net/ https://petabridge.com/bootcamp/ https://petabridge.com/cluster/ https://getakka.net/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KnIMDoJpZs “Tempting Time” by Animals As Leaders used with permissions – All Rights Reserved   × Subscribe now! Never miss a post, subscribe to The 6 Figure Developer Podcast! Are you interested in being a guest on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast? Click here to check availability!

44mins

16 Mar 2020

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Episode 42: Getting Back Up With Aaron Stannard

Away From The Keyboard

In typical AFTK fashion, we start us with asking Aaron where his passion for technology came form. Aaron tells us how his father got into software development and also how his father got him into writing software. He goes on to share a story from the Engineering Department of Vanderbilt University. Aaron also tells us about his first business at 9 years old.Cecil asks how MarkedUP came about. Aaron tells us how he went from working at Microsoft as an Evangelist to venturing into his first startup. He shared with us how he was able to leverage his contacts ...

51mins

8 Jun 2016

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Inside the Akka.NET open source project and the Actor Model with Aaron Stannard

Hanselminutes with Scott Hanselman

Akka.NET is a toolkit and runtime for building highly concurrent, distributed, and fault tolerant event-driven applications on .NET & Mono. This community-driven port brings C# & F# developers the capabilities of the original Akka framework in Java/Scala. Scott talks to co-founder Aaron Stannard about the project, the Actor model, and distributed development in .NET.

34mins

23 Apr 2015