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.NET Rocks! is an Internet Audio Talk Show for Microsoft .NET Developers.

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.NET Rocks! is an Internet Audio Talk Show for Microsoft .NET Developers.

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They are the best

By Raha Mohebbi - Apr 20 2018
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I learnt so much by listening to them for the last 7-8 years. Love u guys

Awesome show

By spottedmahn - Jul 20 2017
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The hosts are great, very knowledgeable! Great topics!

iTunes Ratings

172 Ratings
Average Ratings
144
15
5
3
5

They are the best

By Raha Mohebbi - Apr 20 2018
Read more
I learnt so much by listening to them for the last 7-8 years. Love u guys

Awesome show

By spottedmahn - Jul 20 2017
Read more
The hosts are great, very knowledgeable! Great topics!
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.NET Rocks!

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.NET Rocks! is an Internet Audio Talk Show for Microsoft .NET Developers.

Rank #1: .NET Core 3 Launch with Scott Hunter

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.NET Core 3 has shipped - what did we get? Carl and Richard talk to Scott Hunter about the announcements at .NET Conf around .NET Core 3 and the cool stuff still coming from the latest version of .NET. .NET Core 3 continues to expand on the ability to work across platforms, while also adding the new Windows SDK that contains a new version of WinForms and WPF. More compiling options, installation features, monitoring and more - it's a great time to be a .NET developer!

Sep 26 2019

54mins

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Rank #2: The ASP.NET Core Ecosystem with Jeremy Miller

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The ASP.NET Core Ecosystem is thriving! What does that mean for you? Carl and Richard talk to Jeremy Miller about how the latest versions of ASP.NET Core are building an ecosystem of third-party tools in the open-source world. Jeremy talks about looking at different approaches to building web apps with ASP.NET Core, the variety of backend libraries available, and takes a short trip down memory lane to talk about ALT.NET, an open-source movement he was a part of going back to 2007!

Oct 03 2019

48mins

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Rank #3: gRPC with Shawn Wildermuth

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What is gRPC and why should you care? Carl and Richard talk to Shawn Wildermuth about the new hotness that is gRPC - or is it? Shawn talks about all the different approaches we've taken over the years to communicate over the wire, whether with SOAP, REST or all the other flavors in-between. What makes sense for your application? Shawn talks about how gRPC has a solid cross-platform solution for streaming connections and how that is probably the main reason you should consider gRPC at all - and if you aren't concerned about streaming, then there isn't much reason to move from where you are.

Sep 05 2019

54mins

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Rank #4: Empathy vs Sympathy in Software with Lily Dart

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How do you build software for a diversity of customers? Carl and Richard talk to Lily Dart about what it takes to really build diversity-sensitive software, and it starts with understanding the difference between sympathy and empathy. Lily talks about how folks fall into the trap of avoiding diversity using empathy training - but real empathy takes understanding, and that means living with diversity. There's no substitute for a diverse team, and even then, you'll still need to research into areas of diversity your team doesn't have. It's hard work, but worth it!

Sep 19 2019

54mins

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Rank #5: Moving from Web Forms to Blazor with Jeff Fritz

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Blazor is coming on strong - should you migrate to it? Carl and Richard talk to Jeff Fritz about what's happening with Blazor and how server-side Blazor is going to ship with .NET Core 3. But what about moving existing web forms apps to Blazor? The developer ecosystem seems to be building controls for Blazor, so perhaps there are options there, but first, make sure your web forms apps are using the latest .NET bits - then you'll have a better grasp of what's possible and where to go!

Sep 12 2019

52mins

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Rank #6: Integrating UX in your Development Process with Debbie Levitt

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How does UX work in your organization? While at NDC in Oslo, Carl and Richard talked to Debbie Levitt about how UX can help make software better and the development process less difficult. Debbie talks about UX being part of the initial requirements gathering process, talking to users and looking through how business processes actually work. UX can help you build the right thing!

Jul 11 2019

59mins

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Rank #7: Authentication with Auth0 2019 with Vittorio Bertocci

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What's your authentication solution? Carl and Richard talk to Vittorio Bertocci, now an architect at Auth0, about building pure identity solutions that work for all platforms and languages. Vittorio digs into why you want an authentication solution that stands independent of any given cloud vendor, and what capabilities you need to get authentication right!

Jun 27 2019

54mins

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Rank #8: Rust and C# with Ashley Mannix

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What is Rust and why would you use it with C#? While at NDC in Oslo, Carl and Richard chatted with Ashley Mannix about he and the team at Datalust build Seq, a structured log server, using Rust on the back end and C# on the front. Rust looks a lot like C++, but with a great type safety system and a smart compiler that can help catch memory leaks before they happen. Rust is a modern language with modern capabilities and well worth the look!

Aug 08 2019

55mins

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Rank #9: Building Applications using Server-Side Blazor with Shaun Walker

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Server-Side Blazor is poised to ship at the end of September 2019 - are you ready? Carl and Richard talk to Shaun Walker, formerly of DotNetNuke fame, about server-side Blazor - starting with, how does server-side Blazor even make sense? Blazor has been a client-side technology using web assembly since Steve Sanderson showed off the prototype in 2017. But as the product matured, a server-side model from the Razor world emerged as a hugely powerful way to build forms-over-data web applications - and the component vendors have jumped on-board! Shaun talks about his new open-source project called Oqtane which promises to make building Blazor apps even easier!

Aug 22 2019

53mins

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Rank #10: Migrating from WCF with Mark Rendle

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WCF isn't coming to .NET Core 3 - what to do? While at NDC in Oslo, Carl and Richard chatted with Mark Rendle about his new project called Recode. Mark talks about how Microsoft came to the decision that they could not migrate WCF to the open-source, cross-platform .NET Core and what that means going forward. Mark's solution is a tool called Recode that can convert WCF code to gRPC - check it out!

Jul 18 2019

57mins

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