Sun, 28 December 2014
We gather around the Festivus pole this holiday season and before we get into the Airing of Grievances, we discuss our favorite tools. No, not people. Actual tools. Srsly.
Mon, 15 December 2014
I figured this title was appropriate considering it's been a month since our last episode. We've all been incredibly busy so we hope you've been patient waiting and maybe, just maybe it was worth the wait! We've crammed quite a bit into this episode which is all about testing. Follow the more link to see the show notes for this particular episode and don't forget to click one of the share buttons there to let all your friends know about the podcast!In this episode we're primarily talking about Unit Testing. While that's the focus of the podcast, we also touch on other types of testing so you'll get a basic understanding of the fundamental differences between the types of tests. Just keep in mind - the testing we're talking about is writing code to test your code. It's not someone going through and clicking on items in your UI to make sure they work. We're talking about code testing code to preemptively find problems before they become big problems.
It's the holiday season and we would be remiss if we didn't mention our favorite games right now.
Vistor Pattern Re-Visited
@TrentApple and loldot both shared the ExpressionVisitor.
Mail from You
Ray wanted to try an anti-SQL database. Ended up with db4o. Unfortunately it looks like it may be dead.
Lewis wants us to create a list of our recommended tools. Check back here in the future and we'll have a link to the post we create that lists out our favorite developer tools. Everything from command line replacement tools, comparison tools, text editors, etc.
Marcus wants to hear a podcast on Reactive Extensions. We may be getting an expert on the show to speak about this stuff....
Testing in general
Several types of testing (not an exhaustive list):
Sat, 8 November 2014
We’re back to the gang of four, continuing with another segment of design patterns. This time we’re talking about some of our favorite Behavioral Design Patterns: Observer, Chain of Responsibilities, Iterator patterns. Also, why the visitor pattern is weird and what it’s like to be raked over hot coals.
Sat, 25 October 2014
We're excited about ASP.NET vNext, we might be Superman, a cute little ninja was MEAN to Allen, and we attempt to answer some questions.
Thu, 25 September 2014
In this episode, we have a discussion about what type of technology stack you should choose when you go to create your own project whether it be for profit or an open source type of deal. As programmers, we often struggle with balancing our ADHD tendencies to code in every language known to man, or actually trying to accomplish something and create a finished product! With that in mind, check out the show notes for Episode 17 to go see all the things we mentioned in the show.
The world’s greatest Azure demo
Software Engineering Blogs
Instagram on Tumblr
Fri, 5 September 2014
This week we’re following up on our episode about talking about Creational Design Patterns a few of our favorite behavioral patterns: Template. Strategy, and Null Object.
Also, pumpkin spice lattes, Mario’s pants, and a billion dollar mistake.
Sun, 10 August 2014
This week we're discussing <a href="http://www.ndepend.com/">NDpend</a>, a static analysis tool for .NET.
Triage your biggest problems, Prioritize your refactoring, and CYA with real metrics and trend lines.
We also discuss hidden nuggets, Pintrest-envy, and we pour another one out for google reader.
Thu, 24 July 2014
Welcome back for part 2 of the podcast about databases. In this half, we discuss several of the things we believe that developers should know about databases. From joins to unions, group by's and indexing, we try to touch on a lot of the items that most developers should at least be familiar with when working with database systems.
Database Basics, and Maybe a TOUCH of Advanced Stuff
Performance in Databases
Resources We Like
Tips of the Week
Sun, 13 July 2014
Part one of our two part database podcast starts with choosing the RDBMS (Relational Database Management System) and what to do when you run into deficiencies in that particular database system.
First and foremost, what's with the title?! Are these guys grammatically challenged? If that was your first thought, then you should check out this link:
Others who have been around a little while (longer than us three 21 year olds), we hope you got a kick out of the title.
Tips of the Week
Direct download: All_Your_Database_Are_Belong_to_Us_-_Episode_13.mp3
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Sun, 22 June 2014