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About everything Microsoft, geek, gadget and development.
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2019-05-16 12:18
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2019-05-15 18:59
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Episode 40 - Microsoft then and now, barbershop, and storytelling with Larry Osterman

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.

Episode 39 - Podcasting, Impostor Syndrome and the best speaker tips with Scott Hanselman

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) Hanselminutes https://www.hanselminutes...

Episode 38 - Rebecca Hedén and Mattias Varén

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 =) ...

Episode 37 - Jeffrey Palermo

At Ignite Jimmy and Jessica met up with fellow MVP Jeffrey Palermo to talk about Ignite, automation and testing. Guest: Jeffrey Palermo (@jeffreypalermo)

Episode 36 - Jennifer Wadella

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.

Episode 35 - Joe Hallock and Robert Taft

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.   Helvetica https:...

Episode 34 - Madoka Chiyoda and Tsuyoshi Ushio

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.

Episode 33 - Brady Gaster

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 comi...

Episode 32 - Tim Huckaby

Jimmy and Jessica sit down with Tim Huckaby to talk about AI, HoloLens and where all these technologies are heading.   Guest: Tim Huckaby (@TimHuckaby)

Episode 31 - Billy Hollis

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)

Episode 30 - James Montemagno

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: Ja...

Episode 29 - Christian Heilmann

Jimmy and Jessica talk to Chris Heilmann at Techdays Finland. They talk about Progressive Web Apps, open source and AI.   Guest: Chris Heilmann (@codepo8)

Episode 28 - Rie Irish

At the MVP Summit Jessica and Jimmy sat down with Rie Irish to talk about Women in Tech. Why are women leaving tech and what can we do to avoid that? Guest: Rie Irish @IrishSQL  

Episode 27 - Jimmy Bogard

At NDC London Jimmy and Jessica met up with Jimmy Bogard. They talk about his passion for open source projects, how to start and how to get the time. They also talk about what is Microservices and why should we use them?

Episode 26 - Todd Gardner

Jimmy and Jessica talk to Todd Gardner about PubConf, TrackJS and what to think about when you take your product to market. Todd's session: Guest: Todd Gardner (@toddh...

Episode 25 - Jon Skeet

At NDC London Jimmy and Jessica sat down with Jon Skeet to learn more about Stack overflow, Nodatime and Jon's passion for helping women in tech. Guest: Jon Skeet @jonskeet

Episode 24 - Kevlin Henney

In this episode Jimmy and Jessica meet up with Kevlin Henney. They talk about Immutability, our favorite words, and what is the secrets to a great presentation. Guest: Kevlin Henney  @KevlinHenney

Episode 23 - Seth Juarez

Jimmy and Jessica meet up with Seth Juarez known from Channel 9 amongst other things. They talk about Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning and Machine Learning, What is the actual difference and what are Microsoft doing in this space?

Episode 22 - Jeff Fritz

Jimmy and Jessica meet up with Jeff Fritz, Senior Program Manager at Microsoft Responsible for ASP.Net. They talk about things like is Web Forms dead? When should I use .Net Core, ASP.Net MVC and when is Web forms the right solution? Guest: Jeff Fritz ...

Episode 21 - Kaitlin McKinnon

Jessica and Jimmy talk to Kaitlin McKinnon about Channel9, past and current projects and spare time joys. Guest: Kaitlin McKinnon  @KaitlinMcKinnon

Episode 20 - Richard Campbell

At an HTBox Hackathon in Stockholm Jimmy and Jessica talk to Richard Campbell about an open source initiative called Humanitarian Toolbox, his upcoming book and much more. Guest: Richard Campbell  @richcampbell https://dotnetrock...

Episode 19 - GDPR finds your lack of Data Protection, disturbing

We sat down with our friend Kristoffer to talk about what GDPR is and what it means for developers.   Guest: Kristoffer Arfvidson @krarf

Episode 18 - T&T is dynamite for your UI

At Build 2017 we sat down with the creators of UI Tenets & Traps a UI evaluation tool that will help you remove common problems. Guests: Michael Medlock Steve Hurbst  

Episode 17 - Web cap(p)abilities

Flash, silverlight, native apps, is the web ready to replace them all? When should you choose a web technology or go native? ¬†We sat down with Peter √Ėrneholm to discuss this questions and more. Guest: Peter √Ėrneholm @PeterOrneholm

Episode 16 - Turn the dial up to 127

In this episode we talk about MIDI. Pete and Brady are really passionate about this subject and it is always fun to sit down and chat with them. Guests Pete Brown @Pete_Brown Brady Gaster @BradyGaster

Episode 15 - Unity for creative developers

We sat down with Rick Barraza to talk about Unity. Hello Unity Unity strikes back Guest Rick Barraza @rickbarraza    

Episode 14 - Christmas special

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Episode 13 - Shedding light on MVVM

Laurent Bugnion is the creator of MVVM Light, in this episode we talk about what MVVM is and how MVVM Light can help. Laurent is a Software engineer and UX enthusiast  at IdentityMine. He is a Microsoft and Xamarin MVP and a Microsoft Regional Director...

Episode 12 - Say Holo to my little friend

We met up with René Schulte to talk about HoloLens. René works for IdentityMine who have had the opportunity to work with HoloLens for a while now. René has done presentations about HoloLens at various conferences like Build, Devsum and Unite. Guest: R...

Episode 11 - The sky(net) is the limit

At Devsum 2016 we met up with Robert Luciani and talked about Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. Guest: Robert Luciani (@r3tex) Music by: Mats Sjöblom  

Episode 10 - DevOps, I did it again

What is DevOps? Mike Martin helps us clarify what DevOps really is. Guest: Mike Martin (@TechMike2kX) Music by: Mats Sjöblom

Episode 9 - Ohm sweet ohm

We sat down with Karl-Henrik Nilsson an IoT-Ninja and talked about home automation and IoT in general. Guest: Karl-Henrik "KH" Nilsson (@KHNilsson) Music by: Mats Sjöblom

Episode 8 - Get (g)rid of the stackpanels

At build 2016 we met up with Dave Crawford and talked about design and being part of a keynote. Guest: Dave Crawford (@ThatUXGuy) Music by: Mats Sjöblom    

Episode 7 - Step into my Office

In this episode we are joined by Simon Jäger who works as a Technical Evangelist at Microsoft.He is really good at developing Office Add-ins, one could even say he Excel at it. Guest: Simon Jäger ...

Episode (15)6 - Becoming a better developer (with Regex wallpaper)

We meet up with Jimmy's former colleague, Carl Hasselskog to talk about some of the things that are important to become a better developer.Did they learn anything from each other and their bickering (like an old married couple)? Guest: Carl Hasselskog ...

Episode 5 - What is your claim to game?

We meet up with Kristina Rothe who at the time worked as a game development evangelist at Microsoft in Germany.We talk about Kinect and game development and how to get kids interested in programming   Guest: Kristina Rothe (@kris_rothe)  Music by: Mats...

Episode 4 - Halo from the other side

At MVP Summit 2015 we met up with an old friend, Clint Rutkas.We talked about Halo, Channel9, Coding4Fun and his recent visit to Sweden. Guest: Clint Rutkas(@ClintRutkas)Credits:Music by Mats Sjöblom

Episode 3 - Unity

At Unite 2015 we met up with Andy Touch to talk about Unity and Cinnamon buns.Andy is an evangelist working at Unity. The episode is recorded outside in Amsterdam. Guest: Andy Touch (@andytouch)Credits:Music by Mats Sjöblom

Episode 2 - IoT

At Build 2015 we met up with our good friend Pete BrownWe talked about IoT, The build keynote, low latency sound and as always when when meet Pete a geek out at the end. There is loads of stuff happening in Windows 10, we have IoT, Low latency sound an...

Episode 1 - Kinect and Room alive

At Build 2015 we met up with Ben Lower and Andy Wilson.We talked about Kinect, Room Alive and what they showed at Build.   Links: Guests:Ben Lower (@benlower)Andy WilsonCredits:Music by Mats Sjöblom