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Jim & Tonic

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Jim and Tonic is a weekly technology discussion show hosted by Jim Bennett, a Cloud Developer Advocate at Microsoft. In this show, Jim hangs out and talks tech with other members of the Cloud Developer Advocacy team. Listen in and learn more about how Microsoft is changing the way it engages with developers and learn about the technologies we love, the amazing community work we do and all the cool things that excite us.


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Recent Episodes

Episode 8: Zachary Deptawa
In this episode, Jim chats to Zachary Deptawa and they reminisce about the Turbo button on old PCs, talk about how not going to college but being passionate about learning can lead to an amazing career, and how goats can be used in cryptography. Sp…
Episode 7: Jeremy Likness
Jim chats to Jeremy Likness, a developer with many years experience about how sunburn led to an interest in programming. We talk about his 3 C's, how hacking can lead to a job (instead of getting fired), and how constant learning and being prou…
Episode 6: Brandon Minnick
Still on the Build comedown, Jim chats to Brandon about how he went from hardware engineering to Xamarin, to Microsoft - with a couple of shout outs to his old boss thrown in just for fun.Special Guest: Brandon Minnick.Links:Brandon's CDA pageBrand…
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Apr 23rd, 2018
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Jun 10th, 2018
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