Developer Weekly

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By: Barry Luijbregts

A weekly show for developers and technologists that are interested in technology, life-long learning, and the people behind the tech. This is not an ordinary technology show as it goes beyond the latest tools and frameworks and shines a spotlight on the humans that create and use it.

AR, VR, and Azure Mixed Realty with René Schulte
#46
Last Wednesday at 12:00 AM

Are you stressed? Burnt out? Or on your way to burnout? Or do you just want to become healthier?

My new course will teach you what stress is. How to recognize a burnout. And how to prevent it and recover from it, by working on the pillars of health (sleep, food, exercise, clean living, active relaxation) and by changing your life (work, relationships, environment). Even if you are not burnt out or stressed, you can use these tactics to become healthier and live a longer and happier life.

Check it out at https://www.azurebarry...


The IDesign Architecture method with Koen Mannaerts
#45
04/28/2021

Are you stressed? Burnt out? Or on your way to burnout? Or do you just want to become healthier?

My new course will teach you what stress is. How to recognize a burnout. And how to prevent it and recover from it, by working on the pillars of health (sleep, food, exercise, clean living, active relaxation) and by changing your life (work, relationships, environment). Even if you are not burnt out or stressed, you can use these tactics to become healthier and live a longer and happier life.

Check it out at https://www.azurebarry...


Quantum Computing with Richard Versluis
#44
04/21/2021

Are you stressed? Burnt out? Or on your way to burnout? Or do you just want to become healthier?

My new course will teach you what stress is. How to recognize a burnout. And how to prevent it and recover from it, by working on the pillars of health (sleep, food, exercise, clean living, active relaxation) and by changing your life (work, relationships, environment). Even if you are not burnt out or stressed, you can use these tactics to become healthier and live a longer and happier life.

Check it out at https://www.azurebarry...


Banish your inner critic with Denise Jacobs
#43
04/14/2021

Hey friends,

Are you stressed? Burnt out? Or on your way to burnout? Or do you just want to become healthier?

My new course will teach you what stress is. How to recognize a burnout. And how to prevent it and recover from it, by working on the pillars of health (sleep, food, exercise, clean living, active relaxation) and by changing your life (work, relationships, environment). Even if you are not burnt out or stressed, you can use these tactics to become healthier and live a longer and happier life.

Check it out...


Virtual Reality with Justin Barnett
#42
04/07/2021

Hey friends,

Are you stressed? Burnt out? Or on your way to burnout? Or do you just want to become healthier?

My new course will teach you what stress is. How to recognize a burnout. And how to prevent it and recover from it, by working on the pillars of health (sleep, food, exercise, clean living, active relaxation) and by changing your life (work, relationships, environment). Even if you are not burnt out or stressed, you can use these tactics to become healthier and live a longer and happier life.

Check it out...


Personal branding with Jason Alba
#41
03/31/2021

Hey friends,

Are you stressed? Burnt out? Or on your way to burnout? Or do you just want to become healthier?

My new course will teach you what stress is. How to recognize a burnout. And how to prevent it and recover from it, by working on the pillars of health (sleep, food, exercise, clean living, active relaxation) and by changing your life (work, relationships, environment). Even if you are not burnt out or stressed, you can use these tactics to become healthier and live a longer and happier life.

Check it out...


Teaching with Simon Allardice
#40
03/24/2021

Hey friends,

Are you stressed? Burnt out? Or on your way to burnout? Or do you just want to become healthier?

My new course will teach you what stress is. How to recognize a burnout. And how to prevent it and recover from it, by working on the pillars of health (sleep, food, exercise, clean living, active relaxation) and by changing your life (work, relationships, environment). Even if you are not burnt out or stressed, you can use these tactics to become healthier and live a longer and happier life.

Check it out...


Dapr with Edwin van Wijk and Sander Molenkamp
#39
03/17/2021

I have been using Windows 10 for years now and I recently took the time to learn how to be more productive with it. There are lots of shortcuts and tools in Windows 10 that help me throughout the day. Do you also want to be more productive with Windows 10? Then check out my new Udemy course called Windows 10 Productivity Booster.

Edwin van Wijk:

Edwin has been working in IT since 1999 and is currently working as Principal Software Architect and Microsoft Community Lead at Info Support in The Netherlands. He is a Microsoft MVP in the Developer...


React explained with Maurice de Beijer
#38
03/10/2021

I have been using Windows 10 for years now and I recently took the time to learn how to be more productive with it. There are lots of shortcuts and tools in Windows 10 that help me throughout the day. Do you also want to be more productive with Windows 10? Then check out my new Udemy course called Windows 10 Productivity Booster.

Maurice is a software consultant and trainer, specializing in JavaScript, React, and ASP.NETCore.His work includes a large, global, safety application for the oil and gas industry. This is completely done with React. He has also worked...


DevOps with Abel Wang
#37
03/03/2021

I have been using Windows 10 for years now and I recently took the time to learn how to be more productive with it. There are lots of shortcuts and tools in Windows 10 that help me throughout the day. Do you also want to be more productive with Windows 10? Then check out my new Udemy course called Windows 10 Productivity Booster.

Abel Wang is a Principal Cloud Advocate and DevOps Lead with a background in Azure and application development.  He is currently part of Donovan Brown’s League of Extraordinary Cloud DevOps Advocates. Before joining Microsoft, Abel spent seven yea...


Security With Troy hunt
#36
02/24/2021

I have been using Windows 10 for years now and I recently took the time to learn how to be more productive with it. There are lots of shortcuts and tools in Windows 10 that help me throughout the day. Do you also want to be more productive with Windows 10? Then check out my new Udemy course called Windows 10 Productivity Booster.

Troy Hunt is an Australian Microsoft Regional Director and Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for Developer Security. He doesn't work for Microsoft, but they're kind enough to recognize his community contributions by way of their award programs which he has...


Teaching cloud computing with Scott Duffy
#35
02/17/2021

I have been using Windows 10 for years now and I recently took the time to learn how to be more productive with it. There are lots of shortcuts and tools in Windows 10 that help me throughout the day. Do you also want to be more productive with Windows 10? Then check out my new Udemy course called Windows 10 Productivity Booster.

Scott Duffy has taught Microsoft Azure certification training to over 450,000 students online over the past 6 years. He has helped hundreds of thousands of people to attain Microsoft Azure and AWS certification through his video courses. Before getting into...


Career, life, learning, teaching, writing and burnout with Josh Duffney
#34
02/10/2021

I have been using Windows 10 for years now and I recently took the time to learn how to be more productive with it. There are lots of shortcuts and tools in Windows 10 that help me throughout the day. Do you also want to be more productive with Windows 10? Then check out my new Udemy course called Windows 10 Productivity Booster.

 

Josh Duffney is an ex-SRE at Stack Overflow, Pluralsight author, former Microsoft MVP, and has recently joined Microsoft as a Senior Content Developer. After writing his first book, become Ansible, he decided to change the trajectory of...


What does a solution architect do with Mike Martin
#33
02/03/2021

I have been using Windows 10 for years now and I recently took the time to learn how to be more productive with it. There are lots of shortcuts and tools in Windows 10 that help me throughout the day. DO you also want to be more productive with Windows 10? Then check out my new Udemy course called Windows 10 Productivity Booster.

 

As a Microsoft Cloud Solution Architect / Technical Evangelist, Mike is an Azure goto for ISV’s (independent software vendors) and Partners. He’s been active in the IT industry for more than 20 years and has performed almos...


Entity Framework with Julie Lerman
#32
01/27/2021

I have been using Windows 10 for years now and I recently took the time to learn how to be more productive with it. There are lots of shortcuts and tools in Windows 10 that help me throughout the day. DO you also want to be more productive with Windows 10? Then check out my new Udemy course called Windows 10 Productivity Booster.

 

Julie Lerman is a Microsoft Regional director, Docker Captain and a long-time Microsoft MVP who now counts her years as a coder in decades.  She makes her living as a coach and consultant to software teams ar...


Azure and more with Alex Mang
#31
01/20/2021

This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visit  my courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklypodcast.com/About

Alex Mang is a regular conference and user groups speaker focusing mostly on cloud-computing topics, thus aiming to help developers better understand the implications of cloud-computing as a whole. 

Alex dedicates a lot of his time...


Ethical Hacking with Dale Meredith
#30
01/13/2021

This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visit  my courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklypodcast.com/About

Dale Meredith has been a Certified Ethical Hacker/Instructor EC-Council for over 15 years, and Microsoft Certified Trainer for over 20 years. Dale also has an additional 10 years of senior IT management experience and worked as a CTO for a p...


C# 9 and beyond with Mads Torgersen
#29
01/06/2021

This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visit  my courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklypodcast.com/About

Mads is the lead designer of the C# language, and a Program Manager at Microsoft since 2005. Over the years he’s helped design TypeScript, Visual Basic and even Java.

Show resources:

Follow Mads on Twitte...


Teaching, Presenting, Reach and Impact with Scott Hanselman
#28
12/30/2020

This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visit  my courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklypodcast.com/About

Scott is a web developer who has been blogging at https://hanselman.com for over a decade. He works in Open Source on ASP.NET and the Azure Cloud for Microsoft out of his home office in Por...


The Future of Technology with Steven van Belleghem
#27
12/23/2020

This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visit  my courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklypodcast.com/About

Steven believes in a bright future where companies play the long-term game with their customers. His passion is spreading ideas about the future of customer experience. Steven believes in the combination of common sense, new technologies, an emp...


Live coding on Twitch with Michael Crump
#26
12/16/2020

This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visit  my courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklypodcast.com/About

Michael Crump works at Microsoft on the Microsoft Learn team focusing on security, compliance and identity. He is a coder, blogger, live-streamer and speaker of various security and cloud development topics. He’s passionate about helping developers under...


Hello World film with Shawn Wildermuth
#25
12/09/2020

This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visit  my courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklypodcast.com/About

Shawn Wildermuth has been tinkering with computers and software since he got a Vic-20 back in the early ‚Äė80s. As a Microsoft MVP since 2003, he‚Äôs also involved with Microsoft as an ASP.NET Insider and ClientDev Insider...


Lessons learned from running a cloud ‚Äėdevteam as a service‚Äô with Marilag Dimatulac
#24
12/02/2020

This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visit  my courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklypodcast.com/About

 

Marilag is a solution architect who puts the building blocks together to solve problems through software. She is a Microsoft Azure MVP and the co-owner of Dewise, a development company based in Copenhagen and Manila. One of...


Microservices with Roland Guijt
#23
11/25/2020

This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visit  my courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklypodcast.com/About

Roland is a Microsoft MVP enjoying a constant curiosity around new techniques in software development. His focus is on all things .NET and browser technologies. As a long-time trainer, he led many courses on these topics and spo...


Scaling Agile with Cesario Ramos
#22
11/18/2020

This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visit my courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklypodcast.com/About

 

Cesario Ramos works on large scale Agile product development all over the world in banking, insurance, and high tech industries. He started back in 1999 with eXtreme Programming and started his first Scrum Team back in 2002 and was...


The Next Decade of Software Development with Richard Campbell
#21
11/11/2020

This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visitmy courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklypodcast.com/About

 

Richard Campbell wrote his first line of code in 1977 and still isn't over it. He's had a bunch of jobs in computing, built a few companies along the way and these days does a little consulting, mak...


Containers are cool with Elton Stoneman
#20
11/04/2020

This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visitmy courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklypodcast.com/About

 

Elton is a freelance trainer and consultant, focusing on Docker, Kubernetes and Microsoft Azure. He spent a decade designing and building large enterprise applications using the Microsoft technology stack, then discovered the container revolution, joined Docker and w...


GraphQL with Maarten Louage
#19
10/28/2020

This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visitmy courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklypodcast.com/About

 

Maarten Louage is a true .NET XPRT, currently working at XPRTZ. He has designed and developed large-scale distributed applications but finds also real pleasure in small applications. Besides solid knowledge of .NET, Maarten has a profound lov...


ASP.NET: Dependency injection, Configuration, Background workers, Testing and more with Steve Gordon
#18
10/20/2020

This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visitmy courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklypodcast.com/About

 

Steve Gordon is a Pluralsight author, Microsoft MVP and senior software engineer, based in the UK. Steve is passionate about community and all things .NET related, having worked with .NET for over 18 years. He enjoys sharing his...


Neurodiversity in tech with Elizabeth Schneider
#17
10/14/2020

This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visitmy courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklypodcast.com/About

 

Elizabeth is a self-taught engineer with a decade of working with DevOps patterns and practices. As a senior consultant with Microsoft Consultant Services, she helps clients with .NET, Kubernetes, and Azure.  

As an out Tran...


AMA #1 About Learning, Teaching, Career and more with Barry Luijbregts
#16
10/07/2020

This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visitmy courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklypodcast.com/About

 

Barry is an independent software architect and developer with a passion for the cloud. He is also a Pluralsight author and a podcast host. He has worked for lots of companies throughout the last decades and is...


A lot of Xamarin and a bit of MAUI with Gerald Versluis
#15
09/30/2020

This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visitmy courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklypodcast.com/About

 

Gerald Versluis (@jfversluis) is a software engineer at Microsoft from the Netherlands. With years of experience working with Azure, ASP.NET, DevOps, Xamarin and other .NET technologies, he has been involved in a number of different pro...


What does a Project Manager do with Emily Luijbregts
#14
09/23/2020

This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visitmy courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklypodcast.com/About

 

Emily is a Project Manager with over 10 years experience in managing projects in a variety of international, complex situations. She specializes in working with remote teams and different cultures. Her passion is sharing knowledge and helping oth...


RavenDB with Oren Eini
#13
09/16/2020

This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visitmy courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklypodcast.com/About

 

Oren Eini is the CEO of RavenDB, a NoSQL Distributed Database that's Fully Transactional (ACID) both across your database and throughout your database cluster. RavenDB Cloud is the Managed Cloud Service (DBaaS) for easy use.

O...


A Data Science Primer with Megan Bloemsma
#12
09/09/2020

This week, I talk with Megan Bloemsma about data science. We get into what data science is, what a data scientist does all day, what tools they use and also touch on services in Azure that you can use for data science. 

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Megan Bloemsma is a data scientist working for Microsoft, where she helps companies innovate through Azure technology. Making most of your data, and using algorithms to make the machines work for YOU is incredibly exciting. And she can't w...


.NET 5 with Scott Hunter
#11
09/02/2020

This week, I talk with Scott Hunter about .NET 5. We talk about the .NET Ecosystem and what the next version, .NET 5, is going to bring and how it fits into the bigger picture. We also touch on .NET 6, which will make the ecosystem even more simple by absorbing the Xamarin runtimes. During our conversation, Scott talks about cool new features that are already available to use today. You don't want to miss this!

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Scott Hunter is responsible for the Microsoft’s...


Building a Personal Brand and a Bit About SQL with Pinal Dave
#10
08/26/2020

This week, I talk with Pinal Dave about SQL and a lot more. We talk about blogging every day for 13 years and creating a personal brand and consultancy and pricing your work. In the second half of the episode, we talk about SQL. We touch on tools to use when working with SQL, SQL best practices and which SQL Server feature people should really use. 

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Pinal Dave is a SQL Server Performance Tuning Expert and an independent consultant. He...


Running Techorama with Gill Cleeren
#9
08/19/2020

In this episode I talk with Gill Cleeren about creating and maintaining community events. We talked about the history of Techorama, running a usergroup and how that is different from running a big conference and how to grow and maintain a community. 

Gill Cleeren is a Microsoft Regional Director, MVP and Pluralsight author. Gill is a freelance solution architect living in Belgium. He focuses on web and mobile development and loves Xamarin. He's also a frequent speaker at many international conferences. Gill also founded Techorama, the biggest IT conference in Belgium and the Netherlands. You can find h...


SOLID Principles with Steve Smith
#8
08/12/2020

Steve Smith (@ardalis) is an entrepreneur and software developer with a passion for building quality software as effectively as possible. He provides mentoring and training workshops for teams with the desire to improve, and has published many courses on Pluralsight. Steve has been recognized as a Microsoft MVP for over 15 consecutive years, and is a frequent speaker at software developer conferences and events. He enjoys helping others write maintainable, testable applications using Microsoft's developer tools. Connect with Steve at https://ardalis.com/.

Show resources:

Follow Steve on Twitter

Steve's Pluralsight coursesSteve's personal websiteWeekly Dev Tips po...


Getting Started with AWS with David Tucker
#7
08/05/2020

David is a Webby Award winning cloud development consultant that focuses on cloud native custom development strategy. For over fifteen years as a consultant David has led custom software development on emerging platforms for companies such as FedEx, AT&T, Sony Music, Intel, Comcast, Herman Miller, Principal Financial, and Adobe (as well as many others). David regularly writes and speaks on the digital landscape with published works for Pluralsight, O’Reilly, and Lynda.com (now LinkedIn Learning). He has written for Mashable, Smashing Magazine, and VentureBeat, and he has spoken at events like AdTech, Interop, and Adobe Max.

Sh...