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"Welcome back to dot net rocks. This is Carl Franklin and this is Richard Campbell which Campbell my Canadian buddy up there. And lay the Puertas here from across the pond. So we're truly multi national today but we'll talk to Leyland a second I want to know what's going on in your world Mr Campbell. Well, you know the pandemic continues and we have been working hard on figuring out the deb intersection December Event Las Vegas event, and the reality is we can't do it in person event yet the certain amount of. Planning you need to do perhaps restrictions will get lifted, but we don't know for sure. So we've successfully negotiate with the MGM. Grand to move the person event ahead a year to twenty twenty one as we did in the spring, right with the Orlando Event and in its place. So at least December ninth and tenth, we're GONNA move the virtual devender section workshop event to there. So you're blazer workshop will happen. I think that we are doing both days right? It's number nine and ten. Yeah and that actually works better for me because this was a weird time for Blazers. It's just just before dot net five comes out and There's you know release candidates out there, but it's not in the box yet and So. It's actually going to make it easier for me because there's a lot of great stuff to show dot net five for placer. That's awesome and for anybody who was registered for the regular person conference. Of course, registration continues on we are giving free admission to the workshop events too. So this is a way of saying thanks for sticking with US and and help it out. You know it's a it's a tough time for everyone and yes, there's a lot. Of Conferences, a big event is a lot of players, is that the venue in the AV on all the food and getting all the logistics to move those things around it's not a trivial process. It's taken awhile but were there now and and you know we're looking forward to being able to get together twenty twenty one. But in the meantime there's the virtual thing now and we can do the ritual thing all the time that's not a problem and. I'm glad you moved. They're all getting better at it too right I. Mean we're all getting more experience. Working remotely. All right. Well. Let's roll the crazy music for better..

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07:49 min | 2 months ago

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"The crazy music. Right. What was the last? Real Gadget you got on I mean. Video gear gadgets all time, right? Yeah. Yeah. Screens and all that sort of thing with. Year with the gadget. I've talked the most about on this show and their out past couple of years. We all know that one but you know what's what's one of a recent gadget that you were actually really impressed with the mini pro? Yea. They video switcher is made. You talked about that last week. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's pretty cool stuff. All right. So I have something you're going to like. You're probably GONNA think it's not really useful for you, but you know because you don't like. Take your laptop and go work at starbucks all that often. But for the rest of us, this is the mobile pixels trio, a portable dual screen laptop monitor it. Connects to the back of your laptop, one screen comes out the left and the other screen comes out the right. So not a dual but a triple. Yeah. It's called a trio but it itself has two screens but to you can have three screens on a laptop. That's awesome. It's USB plug and play. I carry that ACIS USB monitor with me with my laptop all the time. Right and I used to carry two of them but it just made people angry. Yeah. He's he take up a Lotta Room when you got three screens raptor on you sure no. Yeah. Yeah. Your your basic you know Speakers Lounge at deb intersection. Where space is limited in that wouldn't fly. That's like the equivalent of Man's spreading. Exactly, your monitor spreading. Excuse me are you stretch out Monitors. You guys get away from me. Well, these days with Cova I. Guess it makes. That close to you. Anyway I just it just occurred to me. This would be great response to the COVID crisis this like Garrett? A meter on either side at least we should be too but you know at least it's a start anyway. Yeah that's. A Good Start and Thing is the price for one screen to fifty nine for two screens. Five hundred bucks. Awesome. I gotta get one. Yeah. It's very cool. You get one. Definitely I'M GONNA have to pass it with. Get it passed she who must be obeyed though may also measure carefully make sure it will fit on your laptop to size matters right? Good. Good. Good Point. Yeah. All right. Well, WHO's talking to US Richard? What we've I know we've talked to Glenn a bunch of times before but never talking about graph and he's over on the graph team now. So I actually grabbed comment of a show twelve, seventy, seven K, which is a showy did about Microsoft graph with Jeremy Fake. Who I don't thinks the graft anymore, but he's probably still Microsoft, and this is from a of two thousand sixteen. So it's old, it's four hundred something shows ago. But I think it's very relevant to this is comment comes from Charles? Who is actually talking about? How Office to sixty five headed down a path? He's come yourself don't force your uses to write javascript and it's all don't blame on Microsoft. That's the office team that is wrestling with how to do this that you know you've Zama and so you should be able to run dot net on everything and that would be easier scripting language to add into office rather than javascript. At a way to get away from VBA because let's face it as been in office for really long Tosh your has. So. The also talked about a couple of complaints he has office three, sixty, five ads. The first is that they don't support user defined functions. Which is one of the challenges he has with Excel if they if you add user five inches in javascript. Happier that would be made and he's concerned about that too because it's like I'm concerned about the performance of this. And of course, that was one of the things he was good at it he could refer to viva code inside of Excel. And model only sports adding functionality document through the AD in which means if you want to distribute a more complex piece of logic to your clients at college, you have to get all the ad in and good luck trying to do that right much less to maintain it. It's just a really tough. Distribution, model compared to having it all self contained knee goes on to say. It's frustrating to me this Microsoft's not really developing office for its user, but rather for departments, it's like, Hey, dude, I, departments guys who buy it right in huge quantities and sad to see. Microsoft. Not Really Developing Office for its uses but rather Friday departments which. Might be a little extreme but I D- departments by a lot of copies of office and they're the ones who have midst management at scale problem. So I see if it's true and I don't know that it is it kind of makes sense. Abuse it barely had new features in office two, thousand seven not even talking about. For example, almost every single report he's prepared in powerpoint and is not but is based on data and analysis prepared excel. Updating. powerpoint from Excel is challenge a copy pasting method of tables and charts stable and slow. Again this is the whole point of having a sweet right that presentations are done over there. They would main thing is the integration should be good Being able solve the integrates genie's absolutely be a massive improvement and I really don't need another way to do a pivotal. Excel as everything. Anyway. You know it brings up this whole conversation. Hopefully, we'll talk to glen about this as well. The program ability of office and how it's been focused because it we never had a good dot net solution for programming office the we tried a couple times. Any fun. and obviously you know office team is very focused on Google Docs, which is very javascript center, one way or the other unite us dogs together all the time like char ability to write scripts for ads and things we're simultaneously or both typing I. Always Marvel at that. It's pretty awesome. It's kind of amazing and just running from web browser, which is astonishing. So now I know why office you've focused on that it's a remarkable ability that being said with my it hat on it's like. I don't think I'd enterprise I could recommend Google docs a you just don't have the same level of control. And controls important right. You have legal obligations around stuff when you get to a larger companies in that stuff really matters yet anyway. Charles. I. Think he kicked off an interesting conversation for us with Glenn and I appreciate your comment even if it was four years ago in a copy of Kobe's on its way, you'd like a copy musical by ride comment on. The website at dot net rocks, dot com, or on the facebooks because we publish every show there, and if comment there and every in the show, we'll send you a copy music Khobar and definitely follow us on twitter I'm at Carl. Franklin he's at rich Campbell send us a tweet, and if you can tell me, what dd means will send you another coffee mug. I can tell you what it means. For Office integration in a million billion years ago chorus. That's why that's why it's funny and it's The applications. Programme Ability Department of Microsoft was established around things like DVD and then lay how lay we'll talk about that. But for sure let's let's bring him on here. Officially Glenn Block is a season two leader with twenty plus years experience in software engineering and product management. He currently works at Microsoft again. On the core ecosystem team where his team is responsible for Microsoft graph and several services and m three, sixty five..

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01:44 min | 3 months ago

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"Welcome back to dot net rocks. This is Carl Franklin, and this is Richard Campbell and we're just to I don't know what to say man. I can't say I'm bored because I got a lot of work why it's summertime. You're you're smoking ribs on the coast like it's summertime yet is and I'm looking really looking forward to the virtual deb intersection you guys have planned. Yeah. Yeah. That'll be coming up over the next few days. You know counting time shifting here because we're publishing this is still in August. Yeah, I'm excited about it too. We've got a great team. You're doing your blazer workshop. it's It's been a lot of fun to try to get all these different pieces together. Make the best show we can make and some killer keynotes who got. George Howell from CNN interviewing Scott Guthrie in that sort of between two ferns format sort of fireside chat style. Yeah and and also Charles Mile who who runs teams. SO THAT'S A. Separate keynote on the second day probably not too late to sign up right where do people signed lots? The isn't that the great part about virtual. You know we're used to it in person conference where you know you don't WanNa buy Flight David Four right much less try and get a hotel room. But yeah, you can register right up to the last moment at free register earlier but Yeah. No question you could still get involved. So in this view, this show comes out we're still doing the thing over virtual dot deputy section dot com virtual that Debonair section dot com I. Very Cool. Well the Blazer Workshop is GonNa be fun two days for hours a day, and it just so turns out that my better framework has a little something to do with Blazer. So.

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07:14 min | 3 months ago

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"I unlike my dear friend Billy I can't remember she over overall the. I was only I can only remember one one time and I. Think you guys remember this? What. Tim Is. Too Too much too much of this. Is that the Equity Equity? So I get a call from Richard or Carl I don't even remember said Hey. We got a cancellation. Can can you do the show and I'm like well, I'm in Montana And I'm on my way to go fly fishing. So if you can, if we can do it from my cell phone from the rental car than okay. In in Richards. Lagasse sure what the? Hell. End a long story and you guys know where I'm going but it ends with me saying we're Richard and Carl leading me into hey, tell us a Bill Gates store. Oh my goodness and I said, well, can you can you do the beep thing? Can you get like you know Doodoo? Because they're all involved I should turn Right and Carl's. Yeah, we could do the beat thing. We know the story ends in like thirty F words in a RAV married. Yet. Three. This netflix pace of tape over there. But now I want you to on this piece of tape if. Being moved. You're never working being industry again and. So they recorded came out very you're listening to myself and you couldn't even hear what I was saying it was just like. You. See. Story was real. You were actually backstage at a yet or something with Bill Gates and. Effort. Doing Demo Wow and Basically. US with him and talking to them and this little producer came over and told you to move to this line right here and you have to leave them. Yeah Okay Dope you talk to bill. That's a no no. Yeah. You couldn't talk to Bill Gates and we were screwing around kidding around with Bill Gates and they didn't like that no one like that and the producers. He actually likes tech people. He likes tech conversation like that's exactly what he wanted like he was enjoying it Sartori. Rule Hiller. We had killer demos. Yeah. Just fantastic. Any wanted to know that really what was going on behind the scenes at such knows anything any of at the time I was so young I think it was a big deal at all. It was so contrived in rehearsed there is no nervousness or anything like that even though there's You know fifteen thousand people in the audience in a gazillion watching live. You know a on TV all over the world. It was just felt so bad for him after that it his life was you know so protected in so sterile well. The part of the story that hit me was his his reaction when they took you guys away from him. Right that that I. It's me and two other guys who have the demos. In the gates be like eye contact with him. He beeline straight for me and he's like, Hey, guys you nervous. I'm like nervous like bill. King rehearsing this for a week you know and he laughed. At this is this is this is what I'm not supposed to say which I sat on the show as a driving south to yellowstone national. Park. Gates said something to the effect of very close? To quoting him like, yeah. The digital fucking decade fucking speech. In Tom. Lock cordless. Dying. And that's what pissed all the producer. In. His handler in all the sick VP's that are around this both. On the digital decades speech. gitanes. A share price, you know what? Tim I remember doing a two minute one piece of a PD. See like Keno with shoe chuck and I have never had to practice more for two minutes than any other presentation to this day of ever done like it was like literally like a week of prep and then like maybe two or three separate days of two to three hour like meetings, and then everybody had to go through their thing and you had your two minutes like. So imagine you're doing like this whole thing. How many times they made you practice, right? Like over and over and over, and over again, they want to know everything you're going to say like every single. Day Say and everything you're going to do within a three right? Time. So I had three minutes and forty seven seconds for my demo. I had three seconds either way. But what super interesting is back then you had some shadowing your demo. So someone was back stage on a separate computer clicking. I'm clicking just in case shit laid down and they just it would just switched your backup and you would just be pretending talking that's the that is the X. P. Green Blue Screen is it right? Around on Gates who's been shadow ever since they still do it right away when deb intersection hosted the connect keynote. There were thirty seven demos the connect keynote in that meant, there were thirty seven people on thirty seven PC's in the backstage area each one dedicated to one of the Demos, and they would shadow as the demo was done in and any went wrong somebody monitoring to flip at that moment. And then when they in you could see, are we sitting backstage roles going on each demos done that person gets up and walks out right now that Richard Pass that thing? That was it connect Keno when we had the WHO we hosted it we've got it Guthrie was the overall runner the Keno right but but it was one of those. It was connect. So it was like three hours, right? Well, just. Bombed the demo on stage right. I. Don't. Remember that Nice guys an eight I had him breathing down my neck one time when I bombed a demo guy was awful. Awful. That could be a whole show demos e Basel show. Scott got the best. You know the the fake bottle of vodka and he's going to show some alphabets and crashes down in this bottle. Sure. Is A boy. Bob and. He started slugging down this who do that only. Tim and I did that together in Poland where we he followed Act Jack Daniels filled with ice tea. And I got a bottle of vodka filled with water and we just because we thought we would shock them right just and we just started going..

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05:39 min | 4 months ago

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"No framework go ahead. All right, dude, what are we got? Well. My heard that Dev intersection has gone virtual, and you guys are up and running and selling tickets. Yes, it's true so virtual dot, deb, intersection, dot, com virtual workshop event, September first and second, and you're going to do your blazer workshop across both days. I think yes, I am Aso. You're going to be working pretty hard. And this is of course, a little experimental for us normally in-person show, and at this particular moment, the deb intersection Las Vegas show in December is on. Her you could still reigister register for that if you WANNA. Do Bert Verse Event and so forth. We don't have to decide yet. One way or the other you know pandemics, our vet, a unique experience, and we don't really know what's going to happen there, so we are continuing for now and will decide when we need to decide if we can go ahead, but we thought it'd be a good time to do virtual and his lots of good stuff to talk about. There's lots of stuff to talk about now. Is the virtual event happening at the same time as the in person event? No, the impersonal venues December. This is a gang of September, so they they're. Different events. That's good well. I'm I'm working on some stuff that I'm hoping I'll be able to help out with by then, but we'll talk about that offline after it's It's all really good and the virtual thing you know. Everybody wants to be virtual now and I've been working on some of these problems around social interactions. You know not necessarily streaming, but social interactions, and that's what I. Think might be able to bring to the table anyway. We'll talk more about that I they. It's wildly important in. In one of the big parts for us doing the virtual event as workshops was. We've got this great lab engine working through so that everybody doing a workshop can work on their own lab from their own home, and in some ways is GonNa work better than it would in person because we're no longer straining one network connection to the cloud. Everybody's got their own so I. I wonder I wonder if extra monitors are in short supply right now because I'm thinking extra monitors, webcams microphones all of it. If, you don't have three monitors going like your laptop into other monitors right now. You're screwed like you. You have to use multiple monitors now Yeah. You really do well for me. It's not multiple monitors multiple computers. That's just the way I like to work. I'm got from around me. It's just more productive. They key also splitting the workup that one machine. It's doing streaming stuff. Machine is doing development stuff. That! Computers are not that expensive, and they are jobs after all is how we make a living. Really badly. Wow. It's awesome. All right man! That's what I who's talking to us today. Top of show, sixteen eleven from January twenty nineteen little year, and a half ago, which was our conversation with John? Galloway and Beth Massey about the dot net foundation I, probably going to be talking about the debt today and I kinda feel bad about the show in their respective. We one of the reasons. We did that show. was to promote. The DOT net foundation. Director election in two thousand nineteen. And they've just going through the process of another one, and we missed an opportunity to promote it to get more people involved so little little sad about that, but his great Carmencita then we had a good conversation about what the foundation was about where it was going and Robert Cram says this, he says as a developer for an open source and free window screen shot tool. I can so relate to what John is saying about the work which open source projects have besides the development, there are so many facets in maintaining a project. It's sometimes it's a lot of energy, and you don't have any time left to coat. This episode was very helpful in shining a light on what the DOT net foundation does. John Find really useful? And it confirms that there's lots of stuff happening behind the curtains, which most people don't see I wish it was less, and I think he means that wish there wasn't so much need to have a behind the curtain, or maybe there was less curtains on they different. The which one that is that we wouldn't need something like the dot net foundation, but unfortunately that's the way it is so I'm happy. They're there and help with some projects that I use great Pajau a positive thing and I. think the push from the time then this. Conversation! which is you know over a year ago year and a half ago? That there has been pushed to try and be more transparent and try and make the dot net foundation more run by its members, then by the folks at Microsoft is supported so. Robin. Thank you so much for your comment. A copy means to Kobe's on its way to you, and if you'd like a copy musical by write a comment on the website at dot, Gov, dot com or on the facebook. Susie published every show there as well and if you come in there and everything in the show was edgy copies to go by, and definitely follow us on twitter I'm at Carl Franklin. He's at rich Campbell. Send us a tweet and use that fourth monitor, please. Four monitors a lot. Worth Monitor for twitter okay. Twitter gets its own monitor. Monitor okay. All Right? Let's bring on our guest. Sebastian Lamba. He's an independent source, advocate and consultant, helping people adopt new technologies, new processes, new methodologies, and in general anything. That's new and. In his spare time, he's working on open roster..

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

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"Important message. Hi, this is Richard Denner section fall show this year will be December third, sixth in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Hotel. The lineup is awesome. Scott Guthrie Scott Hanson, Scott hunter, yes, all the Scots, but also a ton of great industry speakers from some insight on what's coming up in the world dot net, you know, core threes bringing client technology like windfarms in WPF into play. Could it be time to migrate your existing desktop apps of this new technology? Learn more at Deb intersection, December third, six in Las Vegas at the MGM grand, go to Devon or section dot com to register and use the code dot net rocks to get a discount, and we're back dot net rock. Some Carl Franklin. That's Richie Campbell in that stand chambers in, we're talking about Haskell and functional end up one of the things that is really great about some of these languages pattern matching. What's the pattern matching like in hassle and maybe for those who don't really know what that is. Might be cool to talk about it will patent matching you can think of it like a fancy switch statement, but what instead of switching over valleys like you would in a switch statement, you're switching? I have a structure. Sorry, one of the core things in a generally and function program languages, you'll have something called a some type shop. People. My note is discriminated union way you can say, I have type and it can be this or this or this. It's like a, it's always like a fancy Eam. And so a patent match basically lets you make a.

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03:16 min | 2 years ago

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"Hi, this is Richard. The dividends I shouldn't fall show this year will be December third, sixth in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Hotel. The lineup is awesome. Scott Guthrie Scott Hanson, Scott hunter, yes, all the Scots, but also a ton of great industry speakers from some insight on what's coming up in the world dot net, you know, core threes, bringing client technology windfarms in WPF into play. Could it be time to migrate your existing desktop apps of this new technology? Learn more at Deb intersection, December third, six in Las Vegas at the MGM grand, go to Devon or section dot com to register and use the code dot net rocks to get a discount. And we're back, it's dot net rocks. I'm Carl Franklin. That's Richard Campbell. And that's Donovan Brown. Who I once called Damian Brady has us walking down the hall. Couple of guys DevOps TB. So I tweeted a picture of us together and said, I'm the one on the right sorely at you did that. It was so. Areas. I wish I was as good looking as Damian Brady, so I took it as a compliment because I was like, you know, I wish I looked at good dude. He wishes he was as good looking as you man. What are you talking about? Go whatever, but it was so hilarious. I'm like, no, not Damian. And that was right around the time that I was. I was recruiting him to join Microsoft. He was kind of cool to have other people confuse you name was or was it just me? It was just you. That's that's ever happened. Feel special. That'll have the accent. I don't have any of the things that that Dame brings to the table. No one ever has done that besides you're, you're in an elite group all right ago. Yeah. Next. I mean, you might as well confuse me with Jessica armies to be there that different right. Yeah. Oh, that's too funny too funny. We rattle off a lot of names about folks working in the DevOps space around BSES so forth. But you know, the big news just a few months ago was Mr.. Harry retiring? Yeah, I it makes me sad every time you say that. Yeah. Yeah, that was a shock for me. I, I didn't see that one come in and it was just like, you know what you think about it. He deserves a break. He's been here for so long. I had the good fortune to spend a number of hours interviewing for the history of dot net before he laughed and just a real, you know he'd ever attended to stay this long in the first place. Right? He likes the problem. I mean, I don't think he's gonna stay says he's taking a year off. It's just a sabbatical, right? And that after a year is gonna look, which I mean, the main thing is new people, Monday net Friedman's put into all of those sorts of things. I'm thinking about what will happen when he reappears because I can't imagine him now working, but he's he's, he is vistor via CSS why it exists? Yes, absolutely. Absolutely. I remember once when he and I. I had a one on one, and I wish I had a camera rolling, but I didn't. And I, that's like my biggest regret is not having a camera in that room because we were done with the one on one in about five minutes, and I thought to myself, I don't get his undivided attention very often. Just going to give up all this time. So I asked him like a softball question, just lopped up a question about how we do deployment with VS and my mind was just blown by what he was explaining. And how would your database deployments and how we do our web services and how we.

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02:58 min | 2 years ago

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"You. Your microdosing. Sort of like the homeopathic version of drugs? Yes, exactly. You know, take this short trip. You know when I was growing up, it was like there goes the weekend, but now it's just a ride on the bus. Oakland microdosing. It's my lunch hour. I'll have a glass of soda and a sandwich and a little LSD in be back to work. What could happen. So cycle juice is your micro strangeness. Okay, I love it. I'll create included in the show notes van. Cool, cool. Little find. Thanks ward. It's always great to talk to you in this no exception. And I'm sure we're gonna see you at Deb intersection angular mix. Yeah. What am I saying? You got your own show what the heck, yeah, let's do it. Yeah. Great. Yeah. See are you are speaking angular mix. I am. I am a, you are limit. Let me do the full call out then just to be appropriate. So that would be angular mix in Orlando, October tenth, to twelve deed. It would doing a workshop at the Royal Pacific resort at Universal Studios. This very one. Wow. Are you doing a workshop word. I am. I am doing a workshop, what's it on buddy? What's it on its large ASO. I'm talking to Djuric's talking or Hossam in, you know, if you're hearing this, you've got the teaser Cheka very good. Yeah. No, this excites you watch ward in a great day. By the way I've hung around with ward for whole day is good fun, but it great date get it like. The more seriously about rocket. That's very cool to all right, ward. Thanks again and we'll see you dear listener. Next time dot net rocks. Dot net rocks is brought to you by Franklin's net and produced by plop studios, a full-service audio video post production facility located physically in new London, Connecticut. And of course the cloud online at p. w. o. p. dot com. Visit our website at DOT any t. r. o. c. k. s. dot com for RSS feeds, downloads, mobile apps, comments and access to the full archives. Going back to show number one reported in September, two thousand two and make sure you check out our sponsors. They keep us in business. Now go write some code CNN time. And.

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

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"Your microdosing. Sort of like the homeopathic version of drugs? Yes, exactly. You know, take this short trip. You know when I was growing up, it was like there goes the weekend, but now it's just a ride on the bus. Oakland microdosing. It's my lunch hour. I'll have a glass of soda and a sandwich and a little LSD in be back to work. What could happen. So cycle juice is your micro strangeness. Okay, I love it. I'll create included in the show notes van. Cool, cool. Little find. Thanks ward. It's always great to talk to you in this no exception. And I'm sure we're gonna see you at Deb intersection angular mix. Yeah. What am I saying? You got your own show what the heck, yeah, let's do it. Yeah. Great. Yeah. See are you are speaking angular mix. I am. I am a, you are limit. Let me do the full call out then just to be appropriate. So that would be angular mix in Orlando, October tenth, to twelve deed. It would doing a workshop at the Royal Pacific resort at Universal Studios. This very one. Wow. Are you doing a workshop word. I am. I am doing a workshop, what's it on buddy? What's it on its large ASO. I'm talking to Djuric's talking or Hossam in, you know, if you're hearing this, you've got the teaser Cheka very good. Yeah. No, this excites you watch ward in a great day. By the way I've hung around with ward for whole day is good fun, but it great date get it like. The more seriously about rocket. That's very cool to all right, ward. Thanks again and we'll see you dear listener. Next time dot net rocks. Dot net rocks is brought to you by Franklin's net and produced by plop studios, a full-service audio video post production facility located

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

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"And i i started speaking at conferences my very first conference talk was on n tier architecture and now the that was the recommended best practice coming out of microsoft and on all the articles back in the day and now that's kind of what i'm trying to convince clients to get away from and kind of flip over on its head and so that that idea isn't terribly new mianda articles on have been written over the last fifteen years but they're still if i if i go to a conference stock like i did you know deb intersection and ask people to raise their hands that organized their their solution as a ui project references a business logically project that references data access layer project that's that's at least half the hands go up in the room and that that approach tends to lead to a lot of tight coupling to your infrastructure in especially your database i think a lot of people have this idea that if they're going to separate everything into units that act as standalone components that it's going to add so much time to our development cycles that you know we're not going to bother we're not gonna bother separating we're not gonna bother to do 'em vm if we're building desktop apps or or even you know a view models when we're building you know java scrip front ends so what do you say to that depends on what you're building i mean as a consultant for many years by goto responses it depends but you know i usually start with the simplest thing that can possibly work and then i fix it you know as as i need to write as as as you keep on investing in the project the need for additional abstractions or patterns architectural principles that should be followed like the separation of concerns principle that you mentioned they get more and more important you don't need a lot of that when you're writing hello world you start to need a lot of that when you.

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

"deb intersection" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"And i i started speaking at conferences my very first conference talk was on n tier architecture and now the that was the recommended best practice coming out of microsoft and on all the articles back in the day and now that's kind of what i'm trying to convince clients to get away from and kind of flip over on its head and so that that idea isn't terribly new mianda articles on have been written over the last fifteen years but they're still if i if i go to a conference stock like i did you know deb intersection and ask people to raise their hands that organized their their solution as a ui project references a business logically project that references data access layer project that's that's at least half the hands go up in the room and that that approach tends to lead to a lot of tight coupling to your infrastructure in especially your database i think a lot of people have this idea that if they're going to separate everything into units that act as standalone components that it's going to add so much time to our development cycles that you know we're not going to bother we're not gonna bother separating we're not gonna bother to do 'em vm if we're building desktop apps or or even you know a view models when we're building you know java scrip front ends so what do you say to that depends on what you're building i mean as a consultant for many years by goto responses it depends but you know i usually start with the simplest thing that can possibly work and then i fix it you know as as i need to write as as as you keep on investing in the project the need for additional abstractions or patterns architectural principles that should be followed like the separation of concerns principle that you mentioned they get more and more important you don't need a lot of that when you're writing hello world you start to need a lot of that when you.

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"deb intersection" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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02:35 min | 2 years ago

"deb intersection" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Hey richard yeah buddy guess what time it is now time to get out of the cold and hit orlando for deb intersection what's let's wait march 25th to twenty eight at the swan hotel in orlando for another great devon her section all your favorites are going to be there including scott got three and scott hanson the greater and lesser scott yes and if sequel is your thing paul randall and kim trip are as usual running an awesome set of sequel sessions and this year devonish section we have a special emphasis on new artificial intelligence technologies including deep learning cognitive services and more and of course all the latest web tag angular see sharp visuals studio all your favorites so go to devon dot dot net rockstar com right now and register sign up for workshop as well you'll get some cool hardware we'll see there it's pearl borrowing welcome back to doubt iraq's this carl frankly this is richard gamble and we're still here in london the ndc conference second day second day all is well jessica white is here with me talking dashboards with her just minute but first to follow up on a conversation we were having last week or maybe even the week before let's roll the music for better no a framework awesome in we are united and while we were talking bitcoin jennifer end i found this site called g dax dot com which is a digital asset exchange where you can buy and sell you know not just bitcoin's but a bunch of cryptocurrencies syrium light light tan corning yeah has punchline here but the cool thing about this website isn't just using the website tilt to look at stuff you can use in api road to not only get realtime feeds for pricing but to trade okay so that it opens up a world of possibilities to people that want to you know basically gamble their money away well you could even play arbitrage games so that you think the rate if you could yield they'll all you trade between different cryptocurrency see ryan money from bitcoin into a theory him and then out to you storage because the difference in exchange between bitcoin or theory empty is different units at our marriage nervosa do that with with feeet currencies all the time we call them scumbags.

"deb intersection" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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02:35 min | 2 years ago

"deb intersection" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Hey richard yeah buddy guess what time it is now time to get out of the cold and hit orlando for deb intersection what's let's wait march 25th to twenty eight at the swan hotel in orlando for another great devon her section all your favorites are going to be there including scott got three and scott hanson the greater and lesser scott yes and if sequel is your thing paul randall and kim trip are as usual running an awesome set of sequel sessions and this year devonish section we have a special emphasis on new artificial intelligence technologies including deep learning cognitive services and more and of course all the latest web tag angular see sharp visuals studio all your favorites so go to devon dot dot net rockstar com right now and register sign up for workshop as well you'll get some cool hardware we'll see there it's pearl borrowing welcome back to doubt iraq's this carl frankly this is richard gamble and we're still here in london the ndc conference second day second day all is well jessica white is here with me talking dashboards with her just minute but first to follow up on a conversation we were having last week or maybe even the week before let's roll the music for better no a framework awesome in we are united and while we were talking bitcoin jennifer end i found this site called g dax dot com which is a digital asset exchange where you can buy and sell you know not just bitcoin's but a bunch of cryptocurrencies syrium light light tan corning yeah has punchline here but the cool thing about this website isn't just using the website tilt to look at stuff you can use in api road to not only get realtime feeds for pricing but to trade okay so that it opens up a world of possibilities to people that want to you know basically gamble their money away well you could even play arbitrage games so that you think the rate if you could yield they'll all you trade between different cryptocurrency see ryan money from bitcoin into a theory him and then out to you storage because the difference in exchange between bitcoin or theory empty is different units at our marriage nervosa do that with with feeet currencies all the time we call them scumbags.

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"deb intersection" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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02:11 min | 3 years ago

"deb intersection" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Uh let's get started with better no framework awesome uh when he got well this is something that has been around for a while but i hadn't seen one and i thought it was so cool i'd feature it either i sought and one of the one of the speakers and speakers lounge at deb intersection you probably know who it is but i had never met him before and and ask his name pulled out this thing that looked like a big ipad pro however it was a sony digital paper note oh wow okay yeah so if you go to fourteen 88 dot plot dot me you'll see this digital paper nope had it looks like a kindle in other words like a big kindle the screen kind of has that look about it and that's essentially what it is it takes no electricity when you're reading it but um you know when you're riding on it and all that it does so arguing the electronic inc thing yeah let tracking the idea is that with the pen you can just right and then it turns that into note slick a does the recognition and turns and into taxed and you can print it and make pdf severe in search it and all of that stuff so it is for people who like to right you know with the pen and don't like all the others don't need all the other stuff that's involved with computers and keeping them up and tablets and all that this seems like a really good idea and you know sony made one of the very first ebook readers anywhere i bought one but you know kindles kinda ended that market in some respects notes of it's more about the supply chain the busy even about the product is cool to suit sony's gone some more than only slick thirteen injured 1900s is like its eyes of a piece of paper right yeah so yeah also you know kindles read only and i think you can maybe do little browsing under something but it's not something that you're going to rights on yet depend to very haldar track isn't it it is kinda at school well who's talking to us today rich camera comment my show thirteen 23 the one we did back in july of 2016 with one sean will the roof.

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02:11 min | 3 years ago

"deb intersection" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Uh let's get started with better no framework awesome uh when he got well this is something that has been around for a while but i hadn't seen one and i thought it was so cool i'd feature it either i sought and one of the one of the speakers and speakers lounge at deb intersection you probably know who it is but i had never met him before and and ask his name pulled out this thing that looked like a big ipad pro however it was a sony digital paper note oh wow okay yeah so if you go to fourteen 88 dot plot dot me you'll see this digital paper nope had it looks like a kindle in other words like a big kindle the screen kind of has that look about it and that's essentially what it is it takes no electricity when you're reading it but um you know when you're riding on it and all that it does so arguing the electronic inc thing yeah let tracking the idea is that with the pen you can just right and then it turns that into note slick a does the recognition and turns and into taxed and you can print it and make pdf severe in search it and all of that stuff so it is for people who like to right you know with the pen and don't like all the others don't need all the other stuff that's involved with computers and keeping them up and tablets and all that this seems like a really good idea and you know sony made one of the very first ebook readers anywhere i bought one but you know kindles kinda ended that market in some respects notes of it's more about the supply chain the busy even about the product is cool to suit sony's gone some more than only slick thirteen injured 1900s is like its eyes of a piece of paper right yeah so yeah also you know kindles read only and i think you can maybe do little browsing under something but it's not something that you're going to rights on yet depend to very haldar track isn't it it is kinda at school well who's talking to us today rich camera comment my show thirteen 23 the one we did back in july of 2016 with one sean will the roof.

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"deb intersection" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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01:34 min | 3 years ago

"deb intersection" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"I love it like the wired up for low and that's gels ahmic built end up pretty much every azure website and every api now you're going to see a change we're doing right now we're gonna make all is network projects as a as a cell by default citrate even nvs you're going to always be behind us zelzal over its we're trying to go say best practices so there's a couple of best practices as a sells one of them a lot of folks might have heard of ggr that is the eu regulations on privacy and stuff like that and there's there there's rules are saying that's the thing is you this cookie banners saying hey you where the sites tracking the otas cookies but it goes a lot further than that if you're actually are certified major sites in krupp's data yeah so you're usually in his encrypted is not unencrypted yeah you as a as as user can go to that sites and tell us a racial data it would erasure data and so that's an area that the it team is currently looking at building into their all templates were all the gdr stoppages all that just do me a favor are just make it so that my daughter tank at in the car and say hey cortana erase my data and cause seedling we do that i know i i've she got more hands on my phone ones i consider that it was a joke i last time i saw your array stats phone true so what's next few not traveling for awhile that's what i guess i have committed deb intersection light as a sections last week of of october and that around halloween to gotta be a rally in vegas ones that are always in the value of the year year you get to connect as well.

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"deb intersection" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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01:34 min | 3 years ago

"deb intersection" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"I love it like the wired up for low and that's gels ahmic built end up pretty much every azure website and every api now you're going to see a change we're doing right now we're gonna make all is network projects as a as a cell by default citrate even nvs you're going to always be behind us zelzal over its we're trying to go say best practices so there's a couple of best practices as a sells one of them a lot of folks might have heard of ggr that is the eu regulations on privacy and stuff like that and there's there there's rules are saying that's the thing is you this cookie banners saying hey you where the sites tracking the otas cookies but it goes a lot further than that if you're actually are certified major sites in krupp's data yeah so you're usually in his encrypted is not unencrypted yeah you as a as as user can go to that sites and tell us a racial data it would erasure data and so that's an area that the it team is currently looking at building into their all templates were all the gdr stoppages all that just do me a favor are just make it so that my daughter tank at in the car and say hey cortana erase my data and cause seedling we do that i know i i've she got more hands on my phone ones i consider that it was a joke i last time i saw your array stats phone true so what's next few not traveling for awhile that's what i guess i have committed deb intersection light as a sections last week of of october and that around halloween to gotta be a rally in vegas ones that are always in the value of the year year you get to connect as well.

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