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On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Ed Charbeneau and John Bristowe talk about the Tech Conferences initial response to the pandemic. Recorded 3.2.2020
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, John Bristowe and Ed Charbeneau discuss software development and technology news from around the web. Links from this show:
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, we talk to accessibility expect and front end developer Chris Demars. Chris discusses the current state of accessibility (a11y) on the web. We learn about common accessibility problems, mistakes and best practices. Chris DeMars ( is a front end developer from Detroit, Michigan now living in Denver, Colorado. For his community contributions, he holds awards as a Microsoft MVP in developer technologies, Google Developer Expert in web technologies, and is an Oracle Groundbreaker Ambassador. Chris loves coming up with solutions for all types of applications, which include modular CSS architectures, performance, and advocating for web accessibility. When he is not working on making the web great and inclusive you can find him writing blog posts, recording episodes of his podcast, Tales From The Script, or watching horror movies.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, guests Olia Gavrysh and Daniel Jacobson discuss how .NET Core 3 will improve the Windows Desktop app development landscape. We discuss application compatibility, and building bridges between old app technology and new.
On this episode of eat sleep code, ASP.NET PM Daniel Roth answers live questions about Blazor. Blazor is a new SPA framework by Microsoft that enables full stack C# web applications by leveraging WebAssembly. Daniel fills us in on the latest announcements and estimates release dates for Blazor client and server side.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Jérôme Laban, Uno Platform CTO talks about the prospects of using Uno to create cross platform .NET applications. Jérôme also discusses the use of WebAssembly by Uno and what WebAssembly means for deploying .NET to the web.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Jeremy Likness talks about creating next gen web applications using Blazor & Serverless with Azure. Jeremy shares his interest in Blazor. How to implement serverless using the Azure serverless platform that includes Azure Functions, Logic Apps, and Event Grid is discussed.
On this episode, David Pine (Microsoft MVP) shares his experience with TypeScript. David talks about why TypeScript is a valuable tool for improving your experience with applications that normally are written using JavaScript. We discuss how to compile TypeScript, what are its strengths and how to get started.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Sr. Content Developer at Microsoft John Alexander talks about ML.NET, a set of new Machine Learning libraries for .NET. John explains the purpose of ML.NET and how it enables .NET developers to incorporate machine learning into their .NET (C# & F#) applications. ML.NET basics, extensiblity, and road maps are all discussed.
On this episode Jen Looper and Diana Rodriguez discuss Vue Vixens an organization of people who identify as women and who want to learn Vue.js to make websites and mobile apps. Jen and Diana share their story of creating and building successful developer community and growing Vue Vixens into a world wide organization.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, TJ Vantoll discusses the current state of building iOS, Android, and cross-platform AR applications. TJ shares his insight on what technologies are currently available, how to get started, and what to expect when building mobile AR applications.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Carl Schweitzer a Software Engineer at Microsoft discusses IoT edge. Carl shares information about what is the IoT edge. We learn what devices, operating systems, and environments are compatible with IoT edge. We also touch on where Machine Learning fits IoT Edge.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, guest Daniel Roth talks about the "live release candidate" of ASP.NET Core 2.1. I sat down with Daniel Roth at Microsoft Build 2018 to discuss what improvements are coming in the release, and there's a lot to talk about. It's an exciting release that includes a brand spanking new SignalR/Azure SignlR, easy integration with OpenAPI (aka Swagger), Functional Testing support, and much more. Daniel discusses some of his favorite features like HttpClientFactor and experimental frameworks like Blazor.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Jeff Fritz shares tips on creating a successful live stream. Jeff discusses the hardware needed for "green screen" effects, broadcasting, and networking. We learn the differences between Twitch, Mixer and YouTube. Jeff also talks about the software required for streaming including custom widgets used to engage with the audience.
On this Developer Digest of Eat Sleep Code, Ed Charbeneau and Brian Rinaldi discuss current industry topics. This week Ed talks about Blazor, the new web framework from Microsoft that brings the promise of native C# in the browser. Brian shares a story by Tara Manicsic about what's coming in ES2017.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Tim Huckaby, Chairman/Founder, InterKnowlogy, talks about the future of technology with computer vision and mixed reality. Tim shares his outlook on how machine learning will change the way software developers solve problems. Tim talks about new methods of gauging user engagement with computer vision and sentiment analysis. Tim gives insight into modern day uses for future-forward technologies and the real world scenarios they are used in.
Ed and Brian cover the latest news in the development community. This week we discuss the Stack Overflow Survey. What did the survey cost? What languages are most loved and wanted? Is Visual Studio Code taking over the industry? We share our opinions of the survey results.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, guest Andrew Cook shares talks about what it's like to be a software developer after changing careers as a paramedic. Andrew shares his experience with learning to code using Microsoft Access. He also discusses his current task as a consultant migrating existing applications to Azure
Ed and Brian cover the latest news in the development community including: Bootstrap 4 finally makes its official debut, Boston Dynamics shows us our new robotic overlords, and Microsoft announces Build 2018. Bootstrap 4 is finally out after years of alpha - beta releases. What's new and what should you expect from the latest bits. Boston Dynamics showed a video of robots of helping each other navigate difficult obstacles . The robots are capable of opening doors for each other. Microsoft announces Build 2018. What we expect from this power house of tech. Eat Sleep Code will be there to deliver the news.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, guest Julie Torres shares her story of switching careers. Julie, banker turned developer talks about coding bootcamps and learning to code. Julie outlines what to expect in a Jr. Dev interview, and other advice covered in her new book How to Become a Web Developer: The Career Changer's Guide.
On this Developer Digest episode of Eat Sleep Code, Ed and Brian review technology trends in 2017. Big announcements and events for the past year are discussed. Predictions are made for what 2018 may bring.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code Maira Wenzel discusses what's new in .NET Standard. Maira talks about what it's like working on the .NET Standard docs team, and how rapid the technology is evolving. Brand new features like the API Analyzer and Windows Compatibility Pack are revealed.
On this Episode of Eat Sleep Code, guest Sara Ford shares her experience with studying Human Factors and how it relates to software development. Sara explains how the study of ergonomics forms a basis for improving user experience and software ease of use. Cognitive biases when developing software products are discussed.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code guest Jay Miller talks about the importance of developer community and how to find your place among community peers. Community engagement, meetups, and online vs in-person activities are discussed.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, guest Margaret James shares her retrospective of web technologies leading up to modern front-end development using React. Margaret talks about her experience as a developer joining the industry two years ago and what it's like to look back on previous generations of JavaScript technology.
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Jun 1st, 2015
Latest Episode
Mar 31st, 2020
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