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#144 Bill Wagner, .Net 5 and Unifying .NET
Bill Wagner of Microsoft talks about the goal of one .NET.
Jul 6, 2020
#143 Dylan Beattie, Tech Conferences in a Time of Coronavirus
Dylan Beattie talks about the present and future of tech conferences, how organizers, presenters and attendees are adapting.
Jun 1, 2020
#142 Aaron Stannard, Sustainable Open Source Software
Aaron Stannard talks about the challenges facing the open source software world and how he thinks they can be addressed.
May 11, 2020
#141 Abraham Asfaw, IBM Quantum Computing - Out of the Lab, and into Industry
Abraham Asfaw of IBM talks about the current state of their quantum computing project, and how it has moved out of the lab and into industry and education.
Apr 6, 2020
#140 Maria Naggaga, Try .NET and .NET Interactive
Maria Naggaga talks about Try .NET and .NET Interactive - new ways of learning and demonstrating .NET code, and running samples.
Mar 23, 2020
#139 Heather Newman, The Importance of Workplace Culture
Heather Newman talks about company culture, why it is so important and how you can help improve it.
Mar 2, 2020
#138 Jeff Haynie, The State of Engineering Performance Management
Jeff Haynie of Pinpoint talks about their survey and report on how engineering teams measure their performance.
Feb 17, 2020
#137 Scott Allen, Re-release of talk about ASP.NET 5
We stayed in touch and a few years later I asked him to take part in a panel discussion at an NDC conference, again he was very generous with his time.
Jan 27, 2020
#136 Dennie Declercq, On Developing With Autism
Dennie Declercq talks about autism, becoming a developer and his views on how to work with others with autism.
Jan 13, 2020
#135 Bob Martin, Clean Agile
Bob Martin talks about his new book, the origins of agile, its current state and his hopes for its future.
Dec 9, 2019