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Welcome to episode 11 of #CodeCast! In this episode we are joined by Android developer, author and entrepreneur Donn Felker from Arizona, here to talk about developing for Android and other developing tips. We talked about using Android Studio, Eclipse and why he enjoys developing for the Android platform. Donn has been involved in the creation of numerous well known Android apps such as: Groupon My Fitness Pal Eventbrite GetHuman Travel WODs Some of the books that Donn has been involved in writing are: Android Application Development for Dummies Android Tablet Application Development for Dummies To learn more about Donn, make sure to visit his website www.DonnFelker.com. Also you can connect with Donn on Twitter at @donnfelker
Game development is enjoyable for many people. Seeing some of the great modern games that you can get for the Playstation 4, Xbox One & PC are absolutely mind blowing. If you are someone who is looking to get into game development, you may want to give the Unity 5 development platform a look. Head over to the Unity website to get started. Unfortunately, Alejandro had an issue during his Unity demo, but has recorded a successful demo that he uploaded to YouTube which you can find here: https://youtu.be/6UJWUBK9BIM.   Our Sponsors We would like to thank our sponsors Enertia Software & TEKSystems for their continued support of the CodeCast by STLTechTalk Podcast! Please make sure to visit both websites to see there is anything they can do to help you with either a software project you are working on or to help you locate that new job you have been looking for. Enertia Software TEKSystems Make sure to tell them you heard about them from CodeCast to let them know their support is getting noticed.   Subscribe & Share Also, we would love your feedback on CodeCast. Please leave us a review/rating over at both iTunes & Stitcher Radio, and feel free to email us at contact@stltechtalk.com with topic & guest suggestions. CodeCast on iTunes CodeCast on Stitcher Radio This is your show as much as it is ours, and we want to make sure we are bringing you the type of content you want to hear. Do not forget to subscribe & share this show with anyone you know that may be interested in software development.
In this episode of CodeCast we are thrilled to be joined by President & Co-Founder Todd Gardner from TrackJS! Todd will be talking about & doing a demo about advanced JavaScript error reporting in the browser using TrackJS!   About our guest Todd H Gardner is the President and Co-Founder of TrackJS (trackjs.com), a freelance web developer, and an agile team coach. With over a decade of experience building information systems Todd has built large enterprise systems, complex software products, and launched startups.   Todd is a veteran of software conferences and an international speaker. He holds a Master of Science in Management of Technology from the University of Minnesota. He lives in Stillwater Minnesota with his wife and children.   You can connect with Todd via Twitter at @toddhgardner.     Sponsor info and feedback We would would like to thank our great sponsors, Enertia Software and TEKSystems for helping make CodeCast possible! Please make sure to visit our sponsors and see if there is anything they can do to help you. Also, we would love your feedback on CodeCast. Please leave us a review/rating over at both iTunes & Stitcher Radio, and feel free to email us at contact@stltechtalk.com with topic & guest suggestions. CodeCast on iTunes CodeCast on Stitcher Radio This is your show as much as it is ours and we want to make sure we are bringing you what you want.
In this episode of CodeCast, JJ & Gus are live at the Ameristar Casino & Resort in Saint Charles, Mo for the 2014 edition of the St. Louis Days of .NET developer conference! Have a listen as JJ & Gus recap many of the recent developer announcements from Microsoft during their Microsoft Connect event on Nov 12, 2014.  More details can be found here.   They also talk a little bit about the St. Louis Days of .NET conference, along with touching on some upcoming guests that you will be hearing from soon.   Sponsor info and feedback We would would like to thank our great sponsors, Enertia Software and TEKSystems for helping make CodeCast possible! Please make sure to visit our sponsors and see if there is anything they can do to help you. Also, we would love your feedback on CodeCast. Please leave us a review/rating over at both iTunes & Stitcher Radio, and feel free to email us at contact@stltechtalk.com with topic & guest suggestions. CodeCast on iTunes CodeCast on Stitcher Radio This is your show as much as it is ours, and we want to make sure we are bringing you the type of content you want to hear. Do not forget to subscribe & share this show with anyone you know that may be interested in software development.
Welcome to another episode of CodeCast by STLTechTalk! In this episode, Alejandro Ramirez joins JJ Hammond to discuss cloud computing with Azure and other solutions. Have some suggestions for future episode topics or guests you would like to hear from? Contact us via email at contact@stltechtalk.com. To reach out to both JJ & Alejandro on Twitter, feel free to do so below: JJ Hammond - @JJHammondMusic Alejandro Ramirez - @alejandrormz   Our Sponsors We would like to thank our sponsors Enertia Software & TEKSystems for their continued support of the CodeCast by STLTechTalk Podcast! Please make sure to visit both websites to see there is anything they can do to help you with either a software project you are working on or to help you locate that new job you have been looking for. Enertia Software TEKSystems Make sure to tell them you heard about them from CodeCast to let them know their support is getting noticed.   Subscribe & Share Also, we would love your feedback on CodeCast. Please leave us a review/rating over at both iTunes & Stitcher Radio, and feel free to email us at contact@stltechtalk.com with topic & guest suggestions. CodeCast on iTunes CodeCast on Stitcher Radio This is your show as much as it is ours, and we want to make sure we are bringing you the type of content you want to hear. Do not forget to subscribe & share this show with anyone you know that may be interested in software development.
Maybe you have seen this episodes guest at a developer conference like KCDC or St. Louis Days of .NET, but if you have not had the chance to hear Brad Urani present, you are in for a treat! In this episode, Brad joins JJ and Gus to talk about his development background and to do a demo on Ruby on Rails. Enjoy!
Rachel Appel joins us on CodeCast to talk about modern web development and also discuss her background in development. We also had a great discussion on using the cloud and making sure to focus on security.   About our guest Rachel Appel is a 20+ year software engineer, author, mentor, and international speaker. During her career, she has worked on projects of all sizes from the smallest of apps, to the largest enterprise systems at some of the world’s leading companies. Rachel currently works as an independent consultant following a tenure at Microsoft; however she still works closely with Microsoft as an ASPInsider and IE userAgent. You can read Rachel's monthly "Modern Apps" column for MSDN Magazine, or her blog about software development at http://rachelappel.com. Catch her speaking at top conferences such as VSLive, DevConnections, Devlink, and Netconf UY. Her expertise is in web development on the Microsoft stack, including ASP.NET MVC, Web Forms, SignalR, C#, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and TypeScript. Rachel also deals with data as a DBA and data scientist, and is an all-around language nerd (both computer and human). You can also follow her on Twitter at: @RachelAppel   Sponsor info and feedback We would would like to thank our great sponsors, Enertia Software and TEKSystems for helping make CodeCast possible! Please make sure to visit our sponsors and see if there is anything they can do to help you. Also, we would love your feedback on CodeCast. Please leave us a review/rating over at both iTunes & Stitcher Radio, and feel free to email us at contact@stltechtalk.com with topic & guest suggestions. CodeCast on iTunes CodeCast on Stitcher Radio This is your show as much as it is ours, and we want to make sure we are bringing you the type of content you want to hear.
On this episode of CodeCast JJ & Gus are joined by John V. Petersen who stopped by to talk about some different types of code than you are used to hearing on CodeCast. This other type of code being talked about tonight is codes of conduct. John is an 11 time Microsoft MVP and has been speaking at developer conferences across the world for some time now. He has seen both the very good side of conferences, and also the very bad side of conferences and he has a lot of great thoughts to consider as you will hear in this episode. Want to connect with John after the show? You can do so via the methods below: Twitter - @johnvpetersen on Twitter Web - www.codebetter.com/johnvpetersen/   Another website that John is associated with is: ACTOnline.org 
Microsoft may not have a huge market share when it comes to smartphones, but they do have some very passionate people creating apps for the platform. On this episode of CodeCast, we are joined by Robert Shurbet who just happens to be one of those passionate developers. One of the recent casualties of the now defunct DVLUP Ambassadors program, it has not kept Robert from continuing to create new apps for the Windows Phone platform or help others with their projects. Join us as Robert talks about the Windows Phone platform and what his thoughts are about developing for it, along with showing us a little bit of what he is currently working on.   About our guest Robert was briefly…very, very, depressingly briefly…a Developer Ambassador for Windows Phone, prior to Microsoft ending that program after the acquisition of Nokia Devices and Services. By day, Robert leads development of customer facing line-of-business tools using various Microsoft software and technologies for Pivot Technology Solutions, including SQL Server, WCF, MVC and Entity Framework. From 2002–2011 Robert worked for Whole Foods Market, building enterprise applications and mobile device apps using .NET/cf (C#/VB), WinForms, WPF, ASP.NET and Pocket PC/Windows Mobile. Robert is originally from Texas and currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area. Connect with Robert on Twitter: @TheCheekyTaurus You can also head over to CheekyTaurus.com to see what Robert is working on and follow @pinlyapp to stay up to date on this project.   Relevant links from this episodes demo Universal SDK for XAML apps (Windows 8.1, Windows Phone 8.1) installation and usage How to add an ad removal button   Sponsor info and feedback We would would like to thank our great sponsors, Enertia Software and TEKSystems for helping make CodeCast possible! Please make sure to visit our sponsors and see if there is anything they can do to help you. Also, we would love your feedback on CodeCast. Please leave us a review/rating over at both iTunes & Stitcher Radio, and feel free to email us at contact@stltechtalk.com with topic & guest suggestions. CodeCast on iTunes CodeCast on Stitcher Radio This is your show as much as it is ours and we want to make sure we are bringing you what you want.
For Episode 7 of CodeCast we are pleased to be joined by ASP.NET Insider, Windows Azure Insider, and ASP.NET MVP, Javier Lozano! As more and more is learned about various ways that Azure can be used, Javier showed off many different Azure services. Some of the programs used in this demo are: Visual Studio Azure WebMatrix Notepad To connect with Javier: Twitter – @jglozano Website - http://lozanotek.com/
In this episode of CodeCast we are talking with Brian Noyes about single page applications!   A little about our guest Brian Noyes Brian Noyes is CTO of Solliance (www.solliance.net), a Microsoft Regional Director, Microsoft MVP, and Pluralsight author. Brian specializes in building rich HTML and XAML clients and the services that back them with ASP.NET, WCF, and Azure. Brian is author of over a half-dozen Pluralsight courses, four books, and dozens of magazine and online publication articles. He is a frequent top rated speaker at conferences worldwide including Microsoft TechEd, VSLive!, DevIntersection, DevConnections, DevTeach, DevReach, and others. Brian got started programming as a hobby while flying F-14 Tomcats in the U. S. Navy, later turning his passion for software development into his current career. You can reach Brian through his blog at http://briannoyes.net or on Twitter @briannoyes.
“Who is on the show?” Have a listen as JJ Hammond & Gus Emery talk with the “DotNetDude” & Microsoft MVP Miguel Castro fromDotNetDude.com.   “What will we be presenting?” Using Visual Studio and the C# language. Miguel is here to talk about code that can utilize type checking instead of passing strings. Also a very intuitive way to walk down a collection and find “Dirty Flags.” Lastly we talk about code efficiency, containers, Ford GT Mustangs, Windows 8.1 update one, BUILD Conference, and Windows Phone 8.1. Who would not want to hear about that?!   “Show me the code and the links!” https://github.com/miguelcastro67/pluralsight-course-framework http://www.pluralsight.com/training/Courses/TableOfContents/building-multi-client-end-to-end-service-oriented-applications http://www.pluralsight.com/training/Courses/TableOfContents/developing-extensible-software https://csharpeval.codeplex.com/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17PKGHLppMI
In this episode of CodeCast we are joined by one of the directors of the Kansas City Developer Conference (KCDC), Lee Brandt to talk about, and demo, some MongoDB. To connect with Lee, you can do so via Twitter at @leebrandt and you can also check out his GitHub repository here.   A little about our guest Lee Brandt After almost two decades writing software professionally (and a few years unprofessionally before that), Lee Brandt still continues to learn every day. He has led teams in small and large companies and always manages to keep the business needs at the forefront of software development efforts. He speaks internationally about software development, from both a technical and business perspective, and loves to teach others what he learns. Lee writes software in Objective-C, JavaScript and C#… mostly. He is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional in Visual C#, one of the directors of the Kansas City Developer Conference (KCDC), and serves as the Regional Mentor for .Net user groups in Kansas and Missouri. Lee is a decorated Gulf War veteran, a husband, a proud pet parent and loves to play the drums whenever he gets any spare time.
In this episode, we are joined by Microsoft MVP Phil Japikse who will be talking with us about Model-View-ViewModel for Windows Presentation Foundation. Not sure exactly what MVVM for Windows Presentation for Foundation is? Then you will want to make sure to watch, or listen to, this episode!   If you would like the files used in this demo, please visit Phil's downloads page on his website at http://www.skimedic.com/blog/page/Samples-and-Presentations.aspx   About our guest An international speaker, Microsoft MVP, ASPInsider, MCSD, CSM, and CSP, and a passionate member of the developer community, Phil Japikse has been working with .Net since the first betas, developing software for over 30 years, and heavily involved in the agile community since 2005. Phil is the Principle Architect for InterKnowlogy (www.InterKnowlogy.com), helping an amazing team create high impact software experiences. Phil serves as the Lead Director for the Cincinnati .Net User’s Group and the Cincinnati Software Architect Group, co-hosts the Hallway Conversations podcast (www.hallwayconversations.com), founded the Cincinnati Day of Agile, and volunteers for the National Ski Patrol. Phil is a frequent speaker all over the world, from User Groups and Meet ups to large scale professional conferences. You can follow Phil on twitter via www.twitter.com/skimedic and read his blog at www.skimedic.com/ blog.
We are doing something a little different this week. We are combining shows to talk about one of the largest developer conferences in the midwest that is held right here in good old St. Louis. Which conference am I referring to? Why St. Louis Days of .NET of course! Join JJ, Gus & Kevin for this special crossover episode as we talk with Scott Spradlin, one of the organizers that helps make St. Louis Days of .NET possible! If you have any questions, you will be able to ask live during the show and we will answer them as best we can.   Important Information & links about the conference Location - Ameristar Casino & Resort, St. Charles, MO 63301 Dates - November 13-15, 2014 Pricing Early Bird registration is $200.00 (ends on October 13, 2014). Regular registration price is $300.00 Walk-up registration is $600.00 Links Conference website Registration Speaker list Sessions Precompiler sessions on Thursday, November 13 (extra fee in addition to registration fee) To contact the organizers, send an email to organizers@stlouisdayofdotnet.com.   Want to go to St. Louis Days of .NET for free? If you are having trouble affording the price to go to the conference, we have partnered up with the awesome organizers of St. Louis Days of .NET and are offering two (2) lucky winners the opportunity to go to the 2014 St. Louis Days of .NET for free! For details on how you can win, visit this link! *Contest runs from October 2, 2014 until October 20, 2014
Two time SQL Server MVP Julie Smith joins us to talk about SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) and Master Data Management! Information you may find helpful from this discussion: SQL Server Business Edition $60.00 Pragmatic Works and BI xPress  https://pragmaticworks.com/   About our guest Julie Smith has been moving and bending data for over a decade using varied tools such as MS Access, MySQL, and SQL Server 2000-2012. She has built and designed increasingly complex BI solutions for organizations in Finance, Compliance, and Legal. She is a Business Intelligence Consultant at Innovative Architects, in Atlanta, GA, USA. You can visit her website at DataChix.com and also follow her on Twitter at @JulieChix. Also, you can stop by Julie's Microsoft MVP page for more information.   Our Sponsors We would would like to thank our great sponsors, Enertia Software and TEKSystems for helping make CodeCast possible! Please make sure to visit our sponsors and see if there is anything they can do to help you.   Subscribe & Share Also, we would love your feedback on CodeCast. Please leave us a review/rating over at both iTunes & Stitcher Radio, and feel free to email us at contact@stltechtalk.com with topic & guest suggestions. CodeCast on iTunes CodeCast on Stitcher Radio This is your show as much as it is ours, and we want to make sure we are bringing you the type of content you want to hear. Do not forget to subscribe & share this show with anyone you know that may be interested in software development.
We have returned from our long holiday hibernation with a great episode for you! Brock Allen joins us to talk about & demo IdentityServer & IdentityManager. Additional links that may be of interest to you: IdentityServer github repo IdentityServer github docs To watch future episodes live and to see who is on our upcoming guest list, please visit CodeCastSTL.com/live!   About our guest Brock Allen is an independent consultant specializing in .NET, web development, and web-based security with almost 20 years of industry experience. He also is an author and instructor for the premier developer training company DevelopMentor where he manages the web curriculum. Brock also is member of ThinkTecture and contributes to the various open source projects there. He also frequently posts to the ASP.NET forums, is a MVP for ASP.NET/IIS, a member of ASPInsiders and a contributor to the ASP.NET platform. To connect with Brock, you can do so via Twitter at @BrockLAllen and also visit his website BrockAllen.com.   Our Sponsors We would would like to thank our great sponsors, Enertia Software and TEKSystems for helping make CodeCast possible! Please make sure to visit our sponsors and see if there is anything they can do to help you.   Subscribe & Share Also, we would love your feedback on CodeCast. Please leave us a review/rating over at both iTunes & Stitcher Radio, and feel free to email us at contact@stltechtalk.com with topic & guest suggestions. CodeCast on iTunes CodeCast on Stitcher Radio This is your show as much as it is ours, and we want to make sure we are bringing you the type of content you want to hear. Do not forget to subscribe & share this show with anyone you know that may be interested in software development.
In this episode of CodeCast, we are joined by Mads Kristensen who is a Senior Program Manager on the Web Platforms & Tools team at Microsoft. Mads will be discussing topics such as Grunt, Bower and NPM along with telling us about his path to get to where he is in development today. This will also be are final episode of 2014, so from the entire CodeCast crew, we would like to wish you all a safe & happy holiday season!   About our guest Mads Kristensen is a Sr. Program Manager on the Web Platforms & Tools team at Microsoft working on the web developer experiences of Visual Studio. He has over a decade of experience in developing web applications on the Microsoft platform which got him the honor of becoming both an ASP.NET MVP and ASPInsider. Mads is also the creator of BlogEngine.NET, Web Developer Checklist and Web Essentials, Image Optimizer and Voice Commands for Visual Studio.  You can read more from Mads at MadsKristensen.net & connect with him on Twitter at @mkristensen.   Our Sponsors We would would like to thank our great sponsors, Enertia Software and TEKSystems for helping make CodeCast possible! Please make sure to visit our sponsors and see if there is anything they can do to help you.   Subscribe & Share Also, we would love your feedback on CodeCast. Please leave us a review/rating over at both iTunes & Stitcher Radio, and feel free to email us at contact@stltechtalk.com with topic & guest suggestions. CodeCast on iTunes CodeCast on Stitcher Radio This is your show as much as it is ours, and we want to make sure we are bringing you the type of content you want to hear. Do not forget to subscribe & share this show with anyone you know that may be interested in software development.
The wonderful Mark Miller returns, and you will not believe what he has in store for our coding demo tonight! To see a little bit about what is being shown off on this episode, have a look here: devexpress.com/keyboard   About our guest Mark Miller is a 5-year C# MVP Alumni with strong expertise in decoupled design, plug-in architectures, and great user interfaces. Mark is Chief Architect of the IDE Tools division at Developer Express, and is the visionary force behind CodeRush. Mark is a top-ranked speaker at conferences around the world and has been writing software for over three decades. You can follow Mark on Twitter at @MillerMark
In this episode we are joined by developer, speaker, author and just general technology lover, Scott Hanselman.  
Most developers have their favorite programming languages that they prefer when coding. For Alejandro Ramirez, that language is C#. Have a listen as Alejandro explains why he prefers C# when given the choice and make sure to pay attention during the episode as he has a giveaway for one lucky listener, but make sure to send him the answer via Twitter to: @alejandrormz Also, make sure to visit his post on this subject and see what else he has on the site at: http://alejandro.codes/c-sharp/   Our Sponsors We would like to thank our sponsors Enertia Software & TEKSystems for their continued support of the CodeCast by STLTechTalk Podcast! Please make sure to visit both websites to see there is anything they can do to help you with either a software project you are working on or to help you locate that new job you have been looking for. Enertia Software TEKSystems Make sure to tell them you heard about them from CodeCast to let them know their support is getting noticed.   Subscribe & Share Also, we would love your feedback on CodeCast. Please leave us a review/rating over at both iTunes & Stitcher Radio, and feel free to email us at contact@stltechtalk.com with topic & guest suggestions. CodeCast on iTunes CodeCast on Stitcher Radio This is your show as much as it is ours, and we want to make sure we are bringing you the type of content you want to hear. Do not forget to subscribe & share this show with anyone you know that may be interested in software development.
If you have been to any developer conferences in the last few years, you have likely at least heard of our guest on this episode of #CodeCast. If you have not had the chance to hear Cory House give a presentation before, you are in for one heck of a treat as Cory talks about what is involved in becoming an Outlier! For those of you who have sat in on one of Cory's sessions before, you know EXACTLY what I am referring to. A brief bio about Cory House: "Cory is founder of Bitnative LLC, an agile software development and training consultancy, and creator  of OutlierDeveloper.com, a community for software developers who aspire to be exceptional. He is a Pluralsight author, Microsoft MVP in C#, INETA speaker, independent consultant, and blogger with 15 years experience in full-stack software development. As a software architect at VinSolutions, Cory specializes in creating C# .NET and JavaScript based single page applications for the automotive industry. He regularly speaks and coaches teams on clean code, architecture, and software career development at conferences and user groups across the country and internationally. Cory is of multiple Pluralsight courses including “Clean Code: Writing Code for Humans”, “Architecting Applications for the Real World in .NET”, and “Becoming an Outlier” on Pluralsight. Cory blogs at bitnative.com and outlierdeveloper.com and is active on Twitter as @housecor."
As we all know, software development is comprised of many different programming languages and thought processes. In this episode of CodeCast, JJ & Gus spend the hour talking about some of their favorite ways to keep up with the latest in learning, some interesting news to come out and also some of their favorite people they feel you should make sure to be keeping tabs on. If you have any feedback, please email us at contact@stltechtalk.com.   Relevant Links for all skill levels Microsoft Windows API Index PluralSight Wintellect Windows Dev Center Access to thousands of online books Lynda.com ITPro.tv has great video tutorials for learning Xamarin.com for cross platform development Where to start for Android development LaunchCode helps you not only learn, but find a job CodeRed Education AngularJS Ruby on Rails Entity Framework MongoDB TypeScript Language   People you should follow Scott Hanselman Scott Guthrie Rob Tiffany Donn Felker Haacked.com Watch the Miguel Castro interview by Microsoft's Channel 9   Subscribe & Share Also, we would love your feedback on CodeCast. Please leave us a review/rating over at both iTunes & Stitcher Radio, and feel free to email us at contact@stltechtalk.com with topic & guest suggestions. CodeCast on iTunes CodeCast on Stitcher Radio This is your show as much as it is ours, and we want to make sure we are bringing you the type of content you want to hear. Do not forget to subscribe & share this show with anyone you know that may be interested in software development.
Guest Rob Vettor is a Senior Developer Consultant with Microsoft, helping Microsoft Enterprise customers write better software. Rob focuses on application architectural guidance and the Microsoft web and data technologies, including ASP.NET MVC, Web API and Entity Framework.  An INETA Regional Speaker, user group leader, former 3-time C# MVP and recent co-author of the book Entity Framework 6 Recipes, Rob is a frequent presenter at regional technical conferences and has built systems for a number of corporations, including Avanade, Raytheon, American Express and Jack Henry and Associates. Rob lives in Dallas, TX, with his wife, twin sons, two dogs and mountains of .NET books.   What was talked about or demoed?   Entity Framework 6 and the benefits of using this tool. Visual Studio integration   App Package picks Gus's Pick: AutoMapper NuGet call Install-Package Automapper JJ's Pick: Start developing Universal Windows Apps with this solution XPlatformCloudKit on GetHub Rob's Pick: Entity Framework Recipes 6 book available on Amazon
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Feb 14th, 2014
Latest Episode
Mar 31st, 2015
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