In this episode, Jimmy and Jessica talk to David Ortnau about what was announced at Microsoft Build 2020 and what is happening in the world of cross-platform development.
Guest: David Ortinau (@davidortinau)
Jimmy and Jessica talk to Bryan Costanich about the Meadow, a small chip that can run .Net.
They also talk about Bryans IoT Beehive.
Guest: Bryan Costanich(@bryancostanich)
Jimmy and Jessica talked to Mads Kristensen about building extensions, home automation and his passion for cooking.
Visual Studio Remote office hours
Guest:Mads Kristensen (@mkristensen)
So far we have had one episodes that ran for over an hour, this is our second one.
Why, you ask?
Both episodes have something very important in common. User Experience.
In this episode Jimmy and Jessica talk to Mark Miller about the Science of a great UI, what goes into building a Visual Studio productivity extension, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles!
Guest: Mark Miller (@MillerMark)
Want to learn more about the Science of great UI?
The Science of great UI course:
CodeRush feature of the week:
Jimmy end Jessica talk to Daniel Roth about Blazor, past, present, and future.
Guest: Daniel Roth (@danRoth27)
Blazor component vendors
Steve Sanderson first Blazor demo
Jimmys ZX Spectrum from Microsoft Ignite (About 36 min into the talk)
At Microsoft Ignite Jimmy And Jessica met up with Mads Torgersen to talk about what goes into designing a language, the difference open-source has made for Microsoft and his journey from Java and Aarhus to C# and Seattle.
In this episode Jimmy and Jessica talk to Stacy Cashmore about being an introvert speaker with social anxiety.
How to do pair programming right and Jessica promises Jimmy a Lego Millennium Falcon.
Guest: Stacy Cashmore (@stacy_cash)
At Revolution Conf, Jimmy and Jessica met up with Sam Basu to discuss the state of mobile.
Which framework is right for you?, listen and find out.
Guest: Sam Basu (@samidip)
At Build 2019 Jimmy and Jessica met up with Jesse McCulloch to talk about Mixed Reality, HoloLens and crab fishing
Guest: Jesse McCulloch (@jbmcculloch)
Jimmy and Jessica talked to Anna Chu about the upcoming conference Microsoft Ignite.
They talk about Call for content, bigger developer focus and roller coasters.
Guest: Anna Chu (@_achu)
At Build Jimmy and Jessica met up with Ed Charbeneau to talk about Blazor.
Guest:Ed Charbeneau @EdCharbeneau
At Build Jimmy and Jessica met up with Raymond Chen talking about old computers, processors, and blogging.
At Build Jimmy and Jessica met up with Noelle LaCharite to talk about the latest things happening with Cortana, AI and Speech in general.
Guest: Noelle LaCharite (@noellelacharite)
At Build Jimmy and Jessica met up with Larry Osterman and talked about the difference between Microsoft now and 35 years ago, barbershop, and storytelling.
Guest: Larry Osterman (@Osterman)
In this episode Jimmy and Jessica talk to Scott Hanselman about podcasting, overcoming impostor syndrome, and Scott gives a few of his best tips on becoming a public speaker.
Guest: Scott Hanselman (@Shanselman)
This developer's life
Ratchet and the Geek
NPR Politics Podcast
Code Switch Podcast
Jesus and jollof
Jimmy and Jessica talk to Rebecca Hedén and Mattias Varén about accelerated learning and how that may be a solution to the skills gap in IT and in other areas as well.
What is the secret to accelerated learning?
Tune in to this episode and find out =)
Guests: Rebecca Hedén and Mattias Varén
At Ignite Jimmy and Jessica met up with fellow MVP Jeffrey Palermo to talk about Ignite, automation and testing.
Guest: Jeffrey Palermo (@jeffreypalermo)
At NDC Sydney Jimmy and Jessica had the opportunity to sit down with Jennifer Wadella to learn more about how to work remote, teach children about programming, and her involvement in getting more women into tech.
At Ignite Jessica and Jimmy sat down with Joe Hallock and Robert Taft to discuss UX in Azure and what developers can do to contribute to the Azure User Experience and what to do if you don't have access to a designer at your company.
Jimmy and Jessica met up with Madoka Chiyoda and Tsuyoshi Ushio, they talk about voice interfaces.
A really nice chat looking at what they use speech technology for and how Madoka uses Manga to teach programming.
Guests: Madoka Chiyoda (@chomado) and Tsuyoshi Ushio (@sandayuu)
At Ignite Jimmy and Jessica met up with Brady Gaster and he showed them what he had planned for his session, this ended up in having Brady back as a guest in the podcast for the 3rd time.
They talk about SignalR, Psychology, Ignite and end up in a comics deep dive.
Bradys session at Ignite
Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion
The Design of Everyday Things
Tenets and Traps
Guest: Brady Gaster (@bradygaster)
Jimmy and Jessica sit down with Tim Huckaby to talk about AI, HoloLens and where all these technologies are heading.
Guest: Tim Huckaby (@TimHuckaby)
Jimmy and Jessica sat down with Billy Hollis to talk about UX.
Is UX important?
Many organization don't have a dedicated UX-person, it often falls on a developer to make a good UX.
Can developers create a good UX?
Guest: Billy Hollis (@billyhollis)
Jimmy and Jessica met up with James Montemagno to talk about Xamarin.
They discuss things like when is Xamarin the right solution and when would Progressive Web Apps be a better choice.
They also touch on James' passion for public speaking.
Guest: James Montemagno (@JamesMontemagno)
Jimmy and Jessica talk to Chris Heilmann at Techdays Finland. They talk about Progressive Web Apps, open source and AI.
Guest: Chris Heilmann (@codepo8)