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Deep Fried Bytes

Summary: Deep Fried Bytes is an audio talk show with a Southern flavor hosted by technologists and developers Keith Elder and Chris Woodruff. The show discusses a wide range of topics including application development, operating systems and technology in general. Anything is fair game if it plugs into the wall or takes a battery.

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 Episode 96: Improving Developers Lives with the Windows Azure SDK | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this episode, Keith and Woody sits down with two guys from the Windows Azure team, Brady Gaster and Guang Yang, to discuss the new Windows Azure SDK and how developers can use it to improve their teams, projects and lives. Thanks to our guests this episode Guang Yang is a Program Manager on the Windows Azure SDK team at Microsoft. He is working a set of open source projects for Windows Azure, including Azure SDK for Node.js, Ruby, Java, PowerShell and cross-platform CLI. He is passionate providing the best experience for Windows Azure developers. He is a big believer in open source and a huge fan of JavaScript and Ruby. Guang can be found on Twitter at Brady Gaster is a Program Manager on the Windows Azure SDK team at Microsoft. He specializes in working with .NET developers to provide a better understanding of what's possible when web applications and APIs are built on top of the Windows Azure Web Sites platform. A veteran of .NET development with over 15 years of .NET consulting and training, Brady's focus has been on empowering developers with creative solutions using ASP.NET, Web API, JavaScript, and Windows Azure's Web Sites and Service Bus platforms. Most recently, he has been helping the web development audience learn how to use the groundbreaking real-time framework known as SignalR. For fun, Brady likes to tinker with microcontrollers like the Netduino and .NET Gadgeteer to experiment with how physical and cloud computing can be paired up to facilitate the Internet of Things using Windows Azure. Brady can be found on Twitter at Brady’s blog can be found at Show Notes Download the Windows Azure SDK Download Show

 Episode 95: The Developer Experience of Internet Explorer 11 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this episode, Keith and Woody sits down with Tobin Titus from the Internet Explorer team at Microsoft to discuss Internet Explorer’s new developer experience. Thanks to our guest this episode Tobin Titus is a Program Manager on the Internet Explorer Engineering team and is responsible for making IE fast. Tobin has been at Microsoft since early 2006, working first on the server side of HTTP with the Internet Information Services team, then moving to the Internet Explorer team in late 2011. Tobin is active in community events such as JavaScript game developer conferences, Code Camps, and other user-driven code-centric events. When Tobin isn't measuring how fast something can be displayed to a screen, you can find him testing the performance limits of his Formula Performance Cruiser, Skipping Town, while cruising on Lake Washington or in the Puget Sound. Tobin can be found on Twitter at Tobin’s blog can be found at Show Notes Tobin’s BUILD 2013 Session -- Web Runtime Performance Measuring Browser Performance with the Windows Performance Tools Download Show

 Episode 94: The State of the Union with Rocky Lhotka | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this episode, Keith sits down with Rocky Lhotka and discusses the current landscape of the Microsoft developer world and what lays ahead for the Microsoft ecosystem and for the developers that play in this space. Thanks to our guest this episode Rockford Lhotka is CTO at Magenic, a company that specializes in planning, designing, building and maintaining your enterprise's most mission critical systems. Rockford is the creator of CSLA .NET, one of the most widely used development frameworks for Microsoft .NET. He is the author of numerous books and regularly presents at major conferences around the world. Rocky is also a Microsoft Regional Director and MVP. Rockford has worked on many projects in various roles, including software architecture, design and development, network administration and project management. Over his career he has designed and helped to create systems for bio-medical manufacturing, agriculture, point of sale, credit card fraud tracking, general retail, construction and healthcare. Rocky can be found on Twitter at Rocky’s blog can be found at Show Notes CLSA Download Show

 Episode 93: Just What is TypeScript with Ben Hoelting | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this episode, Keith and Woody sit down with Ben Hoelting to chat about TypeScript. The guys discuss with Ben how this new language that compiles down to Javascript can improve the web application developers are creating and how to start using it. Thanks to our guest this episode Ben Hoelting is a Software Architect for Aspenware, C# MVP and Telerik Insider.  He graduated from Colorado State University in 1997 with a BS in Computer Information Systems and a Minor in Computer Science.  Ben joined the IT industry in 1996 as an intern and has worked with .NET since its inception back in 2002. Over the last few years he has done some work for the Department of Defense. He left the government world and now works for Aspenware in Denver.  His most recent projects include a XAML line of business application that uses the ADO.NET Entity Framework to access the backend data store.  He also is working on an MS Office automation project as well as geospatial ASP.NET MVC website.  Ben is a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) for Web and Windows .NET 4.0. Finally, Ben is very involved in the local .NET community and is the leader of the South Coloraodo .NET User Group. Ben can be found on Twitter at Ben’s blog can be found at Show Notes TypeScript Home Site TouchDevelop Download Show

 Episode 92: Discussing Metaprogramming with Kevin Hazzard | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this episode, Keith and Woody sit down with Kevin Hazzard to discuss metaprogramming. The guys chat with Kevin about the core concepts and then deep dive into the tools and techniques used to implement them in code. Thanks to our guest this episode Kevin Hazzard is a consultant, author and Microsoft Windows Azure MVP from the Richmond, Virginia. He serves as a Director at CapTech Consulting where he designs and implements large-scale SQL Server databases and .NET services for Fortune 500 clients, focusing on the health care, retail, manufacturing and communication industries. Kevin is the author of Metaprogramming in .NET by Manning, a book that concerns the value of adaptable software design. Kevin can be found on Twitter at Kevin’s blog can be found at Show Notes Metaprogramming in .NET book Download Show

 Episode 91: The Ten Principles of Good Design with Josh Walsh | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this episode, Keith and Woody sit down with designer and developer Josh Walsh to discuss the ten design principles the famous Industrial Designer Dieter Rams used to design many iconic products throughout the 20th century. Thanks to our guest this episode Josh Walsh is "the guy you call when something is hard to use."   He is an award winning user experience designer, interaction designer and usability trainer.  His work spans from 1 man startup companies to large applications for the Fortune 100 -- from elementary school students to the worlds leading surgeons.  He currently serves as a founder and partner at Designing Interactive, a software development company in Cleveland, OH. Josh can be found on Twitter at Josh’s blog can be found at Dieter Rams' Ten Principles of "Good Design" Is innovative Makes a product useful Is aesthetic Makes a product understandable Is unobtrusive Is honest Is long-lasting Is thorough down to the last detail Is environmentally friendly Is as little design as possible Show Notes Dieter Rams: ten principles for good design Download Show

 Episode 90: Going through the 7 R’s of Hypermedia with Darrel Miller | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this episode, Keith and Woody sit down with developer Darrel Miller to discuss Hypermedia and designing and developing software using Darrel's 7 R's of hypermedia. Thanks to our guest this episode Darrel Miller is CTO at Tavis Software. Tavis Software is an ISV that targets a small vertical market in the world of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software. Darrel has been responsible for the architecture, design, development, deployment, support and maintenance of distributed business systems using ISAM databases, client/server databases, SOAP based services and most recently REST based systems. Darrel has been writing software professionally for 18 years. The last 4 years have been spent discovering the benefits of the REST. His particular focus is on the use of REST to develop non-browser based line-of-business applications. He is a Connected Systems Developer Microsoft MVP and a member of the Microsoft Web API advisory board. Darrel can be found on Twitter at Darrel’s blog can be found at Darrel’s 7 R's of hypermedia use: · Relations – Links between related concepts · Resources – Replace embedded resources · Reference data – Data sources for drop downs, combos, picklists · Restriction of functionality – Enabling and disabling features based on the presence of links · Re-distribution of effort – Intelligent vertical partitioning of functionality across servers · Reduction of payload size – Progressive download of details · Re-flow of application – Where can the application go from here. Show Notes Hypermedia definition from Wikipedia ASP.NET Web API Download Show

 Episode 89: What is the Big Deal about Big Data? | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this episode, Woody sits down with Andrew Brust to discuss another “big” technology for developers and IT professionals: Big Data. Woody and Andrew talk about what Big Data is, who is using it, what tools are available and finally how we has technologists can use this for our products and services. Thanks to our guest this episode Andrew J. Brust is Founder and CEO of Blue Badge Insights and writes a blog for ZDNet called "Big on Data". Blue Badge Insights provides strategy and advisory services to Microsoft customers and partners. The company derives from Andrew's background in application software development dating back to 1985, and his industry expertise in Microsoft technologies like .NET, SQL Server and Analysis Services. Andrew is co-author of "Programming Microsoft SQL Server 2012" (Microsoft Press, 2012), an advisor to the NYTECH, the New York Technology Council, serves as Microsoft Regional Director and MVP, conference chair of Visual Studio Live!, and writes Visual Studio Magazine's "Redmond Review" column. Andrew can be found on Twitter at Andrew’s blog can be found at Show Notes ZDNet: Big Data: Defining its Definition Microsoft SQL Server 2012 and Big Data Apache Hadoop Apache Hadoop-based Services for Windows Azure Download Show

 Episode 88: Windows 8 Metro and the Data Story | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this episode, Keith and Woody sits down with Jeremy Likness to discuss how developers will handle data in Windows 8 Metro applications. Thanks to our guest this episode Jeremy Likness is a senior consultant and technical project manager with Wintellect. The author of Designing Silverlight Business Applications and Designing Windows 8 Metro Applications with C# and XAML, Jeremy has been a professional developer for nearly 20 years with 15 years focused on building enterprise applications using the Microsoft stack. Jeremy is a Silverlight MVP and frequent speaker. He is the author of the open source database Sterling and the MEF and MVVM framework for Silverlight called Jounce. In his free time Jeremy enjoys hiking, hunting, and playing 9-ball. Jeremy can be found on Twitter at Jeremy’s blog can be found at Download Show

 Episode 87: What goes on in the Mind of a User Experience Expert? | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this episode, Woody sits down with user experience expert and designer Joe Johnston to discuss and chat about the new methodologies and ideas in the UX world when working with developers on agile projects and how UX is evolving for designers, developers and customers. Thanks to our guest this episode Joe Johnston has over 12 years of experience creating web/desktop applications with extensive knowledge of mobile and cross-platform technologies. Joe’s skill set focuses on user experience and the utilization of rapid prototypes to help facilitate concepts and visualize ideas. At Universal Mind, Joe has completed a wide variety of projects, performing duties that include senior level development, experience design lead, and client interaction. An accomplished author and speaker, Joe is a subject matter expert on UX design and development principles. Joe can be found on Twitter at Joe’s blog can be found at Download Show

 Episode 86: Announcing GitHub for Windows | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this episode, Keith and Woody sits down with the guys at GitHub Phil Haack and Adam Roben to discuss Git and GitHub, why they work at GitHub and finally to announce the new release of GitHub for Windows. Thanks to our guest this episode Phil Haack works at GitHub working to make it better for .NET and Windows developers everywhere. Prior to GitHub, Phil was a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft responsible for shipping ASP.NET MVC, NuGet, among other projects. He was involved in shipping these projects under open source licenses. Phil is a co-author of the popular Professional ASP.NET MVC series and regularly speaks at conferences around the world. He's also made several appearances on technology podcasts such as .NET Rocks, Hanselminutes, Herding Code, and The Official jQuery Podcast. Phil can be found on Twitter at Shawn’s blog can be found at Adam Roben works at GitHub working to make life better for Phil Haack. Before joining GitHub, Adam spent 5½ years at Apple working on Safari and WebKit on OS X and Windows and participating in web standards groups such as the WHATWG and the W3C's HTML Working Group. Adam can be found on Twitter at Show Notes Home page for GitHub for Windows Optimize for Happiness presentation by Tom Preston-Werner Libgit2 library and Libgit2 .NET bindings Download Show

 Episode 85: From the Mind of a Modern Web Developer Shawn Wildermuth | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this episode, Keith and Woody sits down with developer and technologist Shawn Wildermuth to discuss and ponder the modern web developer and just where are things going for this fad called the Internet. Thanks to our guest this episode Shawn Wildermuth is a Microsoft MVP (C#), member of the INETA Speaker's Bureau and an author of six books about .NET. Shawn is involved with Microsoft as a Silverlight Insiders, Data Insiders and Windows Phone 7 Insiders. He has been seen speaking at a variety of international conferences including SDC, VSLive, WinDev, MIX, DevTeach and DevReach. Shawn has written dozens of articles for a variety of magazines and websites including MSDN, DevSource, InformIT, CoDe Magazine, ServerSide.NET and MSDN Online. He has over twenty years of software development regularly blogs about a range of topics including Silverlight, WP7, Databases, XML and web services on his blog. He is currently helping company through his company Wilder Minds ( Shawn can be found on Twitter at Shawn’s blog can be found at Download Show

 Episode 84: Getting Past the Buzz about HTML5 with Todd Anglin | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this episode, Keith and Woody sit down with Todd Anglin to discuss the truth about HTML5 along with CSS3 and Javascript. The guys discussed with Todd what projects could benefit with HTML5 and where this Internet standard still needs to mature for web developers to use in the future. Thanks to our guest this episode Todd Anglin is VP of HTML5 Web & Mobile tools at Telerik, a leading vendor of development, team productivity, and automated testing tools, as well as UI components and content management solutions. He currently leads the global Kendo UI team, which builds professional tools with everything you need to create sites and mobile apps with HTML5 and JavaScript. Todd is an active author and speaker, focusing on technologies like HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS. He is a Microsoft MVP, ASP Insider, founder and President of the North Houston .NET Users Group, and an O'Reilly author. Todd can be found on Twitter at Todd’s blog can be found at Show Notes Todd’s HTMLUI site Telerik KendoUI W3C HTML Working Group HTML: The Markup Language HTML5 differences from HTML4 W3C Cascading Style Sheets Home Page JQuery Home Page Mozilla's Official Documentation on JavaScript Download Show

 Episode 83: Helping Web Developers Get More Secure with Bill Sempf | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this episode, Keith and Woody sit down with Bill Sempf to discuss the important matter of developing web applications securely. The guys went through Bill’s Top 10 list of items every web developer must remember and the tools that can help keep your web site and/or application from being hacked. Thanks to our guest this episode Bill Sempf is a software architect.  His breadth of experience includes business and technical analysis, software design, development, testing, server management and maintenance, and security. In his 17 years of professional experience he has participated in the creation of well over 200 applications for large and small companies, managed the software infrastructure of two Internet service providers, coded complex software happily in every environment imaginable, and made mainframes talk to cell phones. He is the author of C# 2010 All in One for Dummies; a coauthor of Effective Visual Studio.NET and many other books, a frequent contributor to industry magazines; and has recently been an invited speaker for the ACM and IEEE, CodeMash, DerbyCon, BSides, DevEssentials, the International XML Web Services Expo and the Association of Information Technology Professionals. Bill also serves on the board of the Columbus branch of the Open Web Application Security Project, and is the Administrative Director of Locksport International. Bill can be found on Twitter at Bill’s blog can be found at Show Notes Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) Download Show

 Episode 82: Going Beyond the Obvious in Innovation with Phil McKinney | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this episode, Keith and Woody sit down with Phil McKinney to discuss what innovation is and how everyone including software developers and architects can learn, embrace and use Innovation to create better solutions and also get ahead in their careers. Thanks to our guest this episode Phil McKinney, an Innovation Consultant, has held technology and innovation leadership positions in a number of leading companies and has been widely profiled in leading media outlets. His first book, Beyond The Obvious, will be released February 2012 Phil recently retired (December 2011) as the vice president and chief technology officer for Hewlett-Packard’s (HP) $40B Personal Systems Group, where he was responsible for long-range strategic planning and research and development for all of the company’s PC product lines, including mobile devices (phones, tablets, etc), notebooks, desktops, and workstations.   Over the course of his career, he has been profiled or had his work on innovation written about in media outlets ranging from tech press to Vanity Fair, the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. McKinney also writes a column for Forbes called “The Objective,” hosts a popular Killer Innovations podcast that CIO Insight has called “a must listen,” and tweets from his @philmckinney handle. A sought after keynote speaker, McKinney gives over 100 talks or workshops a year.   Vanity Fair named McKinney “The Innovation Guru;” MSNBC and FOX both call him “The Gadget Guy;” and Laptop Magazine named him as one of the “25 Most Influential People in Mobile Tech” in 2010. His uncanny ability to predict what’s coming next caused The San Jose Mercury News to dub him “the chief seer.” McKinney’s podcast has been recognized as one of the “Top 10 Business Podcasts” for three years running. McKinney serves on the Board of Directors for The Computer History Museum and The Tech Museum and the Innovation Board for Roche Diagnostics. McKinney, an Eagle Scout, serves on the Executive Board of the Santa Clara County Council for the Boy Scouts of America. He currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.                Phil can be found on Twitter at Phil’s blog can be found at   Show Notes Beyond the Obvious book homepage Phil’s book Beyond the Obvious on Amazon Download Show


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