Patricia Aas is a C++ programmer working on the Vivaldi Browser where she has currently taken on platform integration of media. She has previously worked at Opera Software on their Desktop Browser and at Cisco on their Telepresence Hardware Endpoints, primarily on Linux. In this episode she and Scott tackle the hard questions around C++ – Is it getting a bad wrap? Patricia always waxes philosophic on the browser wars!
This episode is all about awareness. Specifically, mental health awareness, and we have a long way to go to overcome a lot of the issues people have discussing it. Fear not, however, the whole episode isn’t heavy and dark. We have our usual fare of nonsense because “a little nonsense now and then is cherished by […]
A review of the SterlingPro French Press Coffee Maker. A simple improvement to a simple coffee brewing method that makes all the difference.
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Is a Programming Bootcamp right for you? Why choose a bootcamp over self-study? How instrumental was having done a camp on your resume to get your job? Scott talks with bootcamp graduate Kristen Leake about her journey into technology.
Dr. Neil Brown recently published a scholarly article on how to effectively teach programming. Rather than a series of anecdotes, this is backed up by actual research in educational psychology. He talks to Scott about how we can and should approach teaching the next generation of developers.
Azure Sphere is a new solution for creating highly-secured, Internet-connected microcontroller (MCU) devices. Caitie McCaffrey is Principal Software Engineering Lead on the project and is an expert in building large scale services and systems for folks like 343 Industries (Halo), HBO, Twitter, and more. How will this new system (and new Linux) keep our IoT devices safe?
- Hiring Principal Software Engineer https://careers.microsoft.com/us/en/job/409416/Principal-Software-Engineer
- Hiring Software Engineer II https://careers.microsoft.com/us/en/job/411780/Software-Engineer-II
- Principal Software Engineer https://careers.microsoft.com/us/en/job/409418/Principal-Software-Engineer
- Software Engineer II https://careers.microsoft.com/us/en/job/412339/Software-Engineer-II
- Senior Software Engineer https://careers.microsoft.com/us/en/job/412122/Senior-Software-Engineer
Scott and Mark Downie have been blogging for nearly 15 years using a blogging system called “DasBlog.” It started with .NET 1.1 and now Mark is forking DasBlog and taking it into an open source future with .NET Core. Scott talks to Mark about his first open source project, community response, .NET Standard, and moving a legacy app forward while still maintaining stability.