Herding Code show

Herding Code

Summary: A weekly discussion featuring K. Scott Allen (odetocode.com), Kevin Dente, Scott Koon (lazycoder.com), and Jon Galloway.

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 Herding Code 120: Ryan Stewart on RIAs and All Things Adobe | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This episode of Herding Code the guys talk to Ryan Stewart, a developer evangelist at Adobe. Scott K asks about the pricing of Adobe products. Ryan explains why things are priced as they are and talks about the subscription model alternative. Jon talks about the open other free or inexpensive alternatives for beginning Adobe development […]

 Herding Code 119: On The Writing Technical Books (with Jesse Liberty, Phil Haack, and Brad Wilson) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This episode of Herding Code the guys talk to Jesse Liberty, Phil Haack, and Brad Wilson about writing technical books. Jesse has written dozens of technical books, and both Brad and Phil worked with Jon and K. Scott on the recently released ASP.NET Professional MVC 3 book. What’s it like to write a book? Why […]

 Herding Code 118: Paul Betts on SassAndCoffee | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This episode of Herding Code the guys talk to Paul Betts about SassAndCoffee, a NuGet package that adds runtime Sass and CoffeeScript compilation to ASP.NET. Jon asks Paul about his role on the Office Labs team [Spoiler alert! Since this podcast, Paul has started a new job at GitHub!] Jon asks Paul about why he […]

 Herding Code 117: Llewellyn Falco on Approval Tests | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This episode of Herding Code the guys talk to Llewellyn Falco about Acceptance Tests, an interesting testing framework for .NET, Java, Ruby, and PHP. Jon talks about how much he enjoyed Llewellyn’s talk on refactoring legacy code at So Cal Code Camp, and was especially intrigued by Approval Tests. Llewellyn explains how Approval Tests got started at a weekly […]

 Herding Code 116: Eric Lawrence on Fiddler, IE Internals, and HTTP | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This episode of Herding Code the guys talk to Eric Lawrence, the author of the popular Fiddler web debugging proxy. Eric’s also a member of the Internet Explorer team and developer of several popular freeware tools. Eric explains how he’s been working on – and now runs – the team that works on the networking […]

 Herding Code 115: RESTravaganza with Darrel Miller, Glenn Block, and John Sheehan | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This episode of Herding Code the guys talk REST with Glenn Block (who’s driving the WCF Web APIs), Darrel Miller (a REST expert with a lot of real world production experience), and John Sheehan (author of RestSharp) about what REST really is and what practical value it really offers in real world, production applications. Jon […]

 Herding Code 114: Trevor Burnham on CoffeeScript | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This episode of Herding Code the guys talk to Trevor Burnham about Coffeescript, “a little language that compiles into JavaScript.” Kevin asks Trevor to explain what CoffeeScript is. Trevor explains how CoffeeScript helps you to write the same code you would have in JavaScript, but more quickly and with less effort. Kevin ask if people […]

 Herding Code 113: Mark Russinovich on Zero Day and Computer Security | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This episode of Herding Code the guys talk to Mark Russinovich about his new book (Zero Day), modern malware like Stuxnet, his experiences discovering the Sony rootkit, Sysinternals tools, and computer security in general. K Scott asks Mark about how he decided to write Zero Day. Mark talks about how early, unsophisticated viruses still caused […]

 Herding Code 112: Josh Arnold and Jeremy Miller on FubuMVC | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This episode of Herding Code the guys talk to Josh Arnold and Jeremy Miller about what’s new with FubuMVC. Jeremy Miller explains why FubuMVC "deserves to exist" and explains how compositional architecture and conventions help in building complex systems. Josh talks about how FubuMVC diagnostics help in understanding how the conventions are being applied how […]

 Herding Code 111: John Papa on the Open Source Fest at MIX11 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This episode of Herding Code the guys talk to John Papa about the Open Source Fest he put together at MIX11. Jon asks how the whole thing got started, and if John encountered any friction within Microsoft in getting this set up. John describes the event and calls out some of the winners from the […]

 Herding Code 110: Geoff Dalgas and Jarrod Dixon take us behind the scenes at StackExchange | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This episode of Herding Code Kevin and Jon sit down with Geoff and Jarrod at MIX to talk about their experiences from helping to build the first StackOverflow site up through today’s fast paced world of StackExchanges and gold plated Lamborghinis. Note: We recorded in quietest spot we could find – there’s some background noise, […]

 Herding Code 109: Harmony Hackathon | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This episode of Herding Code the guys talk to the organizers of the Harmony Hackathon: twelve developers coding madly for 48 hours, trying to build an application for the non-profit Harmony Hill cancer retreat center. Eric talks about the Harmony Hackathon came together and what they were trying to accomplis. Jon asks about how things […]

 Herding Code 108: Jin Yang and Nathan Bowers on Web Design | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This episode of Herding Code continues a discussion / argument that Jon started with Jin Yang and Nathan Bowers on Twitter a few weeks ago after reading a post he liked from a product designer at Quora about how they don’t use Photoshop in their design process. What’s the role of visual design in the […]

 Herding Code 107: Apple Subscription fees, Nokia, Reflector, Mono, Watson, CardSpace, and IE9 RC | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this episode of Herding Code, the guys talk nonsense for over an hour. Topic: The Apple Store 30% fee for App Subscriptions – who’s surprised, what apps will it affect, etc. The conversation shifts to Kindle, and whether content focused apps can move to HTML only. Topic: Windows Mobile deal with Nokia – will […]

 Herding Code 106: Mark Rendle on Simple.Data | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this episode of Herding Code, the guys speak with Mark Rendle about his Simple.Data and Fix projects. The show begins with Mark’s Simple.Data elevator pitch in which he explains that Simple.Data is an ORM without the O, the R or the M. Jon asks about Mark’s heavy use of dynamic types in the Simple.Data […]

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