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Cross Cutting Concerns Podcast

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For this year's C# Advent, I decided to finally implement an idea that I've been kicking around for a couple of years now. It's a parody of Baz Luhrmann's Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen) track from 1997. The "lyrics" are from a Chicago Tri
This is a special crossover episode with Remember When, hosted by Steve Fischer and Scott Wood. Show Notes: Remember When podcast (iTunes link) Remember When Podcast on Facebook Podcast: Retronauts Podcast Atari Archive on YouTube
Dennis Stepp is prioritizing tests based on risk. This episode is not sponsored! Want to be a sponsor? You can contact me or check out my sponsorship gig on Fiverr Show Notes: Mind Mapping The four factors of risk based analytis: Dom
Arlene Andrews talks about good online learning resources. This episode is not sponsored! Want to be a sponsor? You can contact me or check out my sponsorship gig on Fiverr Show Notes: Arlene Andrews Our Learning Map Free Code Camp
Jonathan Danylko talks to Matt about the results of the 2019 Stack Overflow developer survey. We kinda go all over the place for this episode! This episode is not sponsored! Want to be a sponsor? You can contact me or check out my sponsorshi
Gino Ferrand is building a company for distributed teams. This episode is not sponsored! Want to be a sponsor? You can contact me or check out my sponsorship gig on Fiverr Show Notes: Tecla The Agile Manifesto Tecla blog Book: Remo
Steven van Deursen is building maintainable software with dependency injection. This episode is not sponsored! Want to be a sponsor? You can contact me or check out my sponsorship gig on Fiverr Show Notes: .NET Junkie - Steven’s blog B
Jamie Phillips is writing infrastructure as code. This episode is not sponsored! Want to be a sponsor? You can contact me or check out my sponsorship gig on Fiverr Show Notes: PhillipsJ.net Terraform HCL, and yes it does kinda look l
Jamie Phillips is creating machine images with Packer. This episode is not sponsored! Want to be a sponsor? You can contact me or check out my sponsorship gig on Fiverr Show Notes: Jamie Phillips’s blog Packer Vagrant Packer on Git
Michelle Schulp is using atomic design and WordPress. This episode is not sponsored! Want to be a sponsor? You can contact me or check out my sponsorship gig on Fiverr Show Notes: Marktime Media My Name is Michelle Fitness and Freela
Kevin Griffin is using SignalR to update web pages live. This episode is not sponsored! Want to be a sponsor? You can contact me or check out my sponsorship gig on Fiverr Show Notes: It's been a long time since Kevin Griffin has been on th
Andy Beeker is watching Office Space. This episode is not sponsored! Want to be a sponsor? You can contact me or check out my sponsorship gig on Fiverr This episode is different than a normal episode of Cross Cutting Concerns! This episod
Steve Crow is using Nexmo to communicate. This episode is not sponsored! Want to be a sponsor? You can contact me or check out my sponsorship gig on Fiverr Show Notes: Nexmo Nexmo developer portal Viber curl is a command line tool
Peter Lorimer has built the ASPeKT AOP framework. This episode is sponsored by Uncall. Show Notes: AOP in .NET ASPeKT Other AOP frameworks discussed: PostSharp Castle DynamicProxy We use a bit of AOP terminology. If you nee
Chris Woodruff is building web APIs with ASP.NET Core. This episode is sponsored by Ivacy. Show Notes: Chris Woodruff.com JetBrains Model View Controller IIS web server Dependency injection in ASP.NET Core Check out episode 94
Thank you for being a loyal listener of Cross Cutting Concerns. This is a very short episode, but stay tuned until the end of the episode for a little sneak peak at what's coming next year. I've really enjoy making these shows, and I hope you f
Brant Burnett is continuously integrating and deploying microservices. This episode is sponsored by Smartsheet. Show Notes: Previous microservice episodes: Chase Aucoin on the Microservices Manifesto Richard Rodger on Microservices
George Mauer is memorizing tech terms. This episode is sponsored by Smartsheet. Show Notes: Blog: Announcing Tech Terms for Memorization Repository: Technical Terms Flashcard Deck on GitHub Check out Episode 20 with George Mauer from
VM "Vicky" Brasseur talks open source and free software. This episode is sponsored by Smartsheet. Show Notes: Book: Forge Your Future with Open Source Patreon: VM (Vicky) Brasseur is creating writings & talks, supporting free & open so
Michael Eaton talks with me on a variety of topics. This episode is sponsored by Smartsheet. Show Notes: Matched Pattern SAFe. Those diagrams absolutely scream "Individuals and interactions over processes and tools" and "Responding to
Ed Charbeneau is creating and using ASP.NET tag helpers. This episode is sponsored by Smartsheet. Show Notes: Doom and web page size: I think this was originally pointed out by Ronan Cremin (Doom is a 1993 PC game, here’s a video of D
Eric Potter appreciates the value of good legacy software. This episode is sponsored by Smartsheet. Show Notes: Comic: The Life of a Software Engineer (Bonkers World) Paper: The Computer Scientist as a Toolsmith by Fred Brooks Errata
Joe Kelly has lots of COBOL experience. This episode is sponsored by Smartsheet. Show Notes: Alteryx ETL: Extract, transform, load Indeed is a site for finding jobs The "Y2K bug" Various COBOLs mentioned: COBOL 1974, check out
Ed Charbeneau is writing SPA with Blazor. This episode is sponsored by Smartsheet. Show Notes: Ed is the host of the Eat Sleep Code podcast, check it out! We even did a cross-over episode for the Stir Trek conference (episode 45) Danie
Eric Potter is writing code to play NES games. This episode is sponsored by Smartsheet. Show Notes: Nintaco R.O.B. video from the NES Works video series Tom Murphy aka Tom7 Check out the NES AI videos from Tom7. I reference part 2
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