May 27th, 2019 | 40 mins 9 secs
.net, .net 5, android, asp.net, dot-net, dot-net 5, dot-net core, future, ios, xamarin
At Microsoft Build 2019 the .NET team announced some amazing news around the unification of .NET runtimes with .NET 5. We could not let another week go by without talking about how awesome this is for .NET developers and what it means for the future of application development.
January 28th, 2019 | 37 mins 47 secs
android, asp.net, dot-net, ios, nuget, server, sqlite, sqlite-net, xamarin
It is the 10 year anniversary of Frank's SQLite-net library and he has some huge improvements and feature in store. We discuss the past, present, and future of SQLite across all of the different .NET platforms and how you can drop SQLite-net onto your server to simplify web apps!
December 31st, 2018 | 53 mins 56 secs
android, c#, dot-net, dot-net standard, ios, microprocessors, shared projects, xamarin, xamarin.forms, year review
It is that wonderful time of the year where we get to reflect back on all of the amazing stuff from 2018 and also give our 2019 (and beyond) predictions in the world of development. We also take your questions for our end of the year lightning topics including: C# features we want, .NET Standard vs Shared Project, Xamarin.Forms 5.0, Microprocessors, and learning languages.
December 24th, 2018 | 37 mins 2 secs
android, c#, c# 8, dot-net, ios, nullable, nullable reference types, xamarin
We enter the world of C# 8 nullable reference types! What does the migration look like? What are the benefits? Should you be turning on all the flags right now in your apps and libraries?
December 17th, 2018 | 57 mins 21 secs
android, apm, asp.net, crash reporting, dot-net, ios, monitoring, performance, raygun, xamarin
This week we bring on an expert in application performance monitoring to tell us all of the things we are doing right, wrong, and ways to improve to have the best application and server experience for our users.
November 19th, 2018 | 36 mins 50 secs
android, c#, dot-net, dot-net core, dot-net standard, ios, sharing code, xamarin
We are all in on .NET Standard for sharing code between our projects and libraries for the community and things are about to get better with .NET Standard 2.1! We break down the latest news in the world of .NET Core 3.0 and .NET Standard 2.1!
September 10th, 2018 | 36 mins 46 secs
c#, clean code, dot-net, editorconfig, f#, ios, stylecop, styles, xamarin
It is time to clean up that code! We aren't talking "Clean Code", instead we are talking about tools that help you and contributors keep standard conventions, naming, and styles across any IDE!
July 30th, 2018 | 43 mins 53 secs
desktop bridge, dot-net, dot-net standard, pipelines, porting, uwp, win32, xamarin
This week we have a quick followup on System.IO.Pipelines that leads into a deep discussion of what we want in .NET Standard vNext. We then investigate the motivation, optimizations, and reality of porting a Win32 Application to run inside of a UWP container for the Microsoft Store.
July 16th, 2018 | 39 mins 26 secs
asp.net core, dot-net, dot-net core, ghost, gulp, handlebars, machine learning, ml, ml.net, system.io.pipelines, web development, xamarin
We get a little crazy this week and dive into three topics that we know almost nothing about. First up is a little web development for Ghost with gulp, handlebars, and sass. Then we dive into more machine learning with ML.NET and wrap up with our new favorite way to read in streams with Pipelines. To be honest, we do know something about them and think they are super cool, so you should check them out.
April 9th, 2018 | 35 mins 30 secs
android, c#, c# 7-2, dot-net, dot-net core, ios, memory, span, uwp, xamarin, xamarin.forms
It may be our geekiest podcast yet as we somehow chat about the new Span
and Memory value types in C# 7.2 and all the optimized goodness that they bring to .NET applications!