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The Hello World Podcast
23 minutes | a year ago
Hello World Podcast: Episode 92
Mikayla works on .NET at Microsoft. She's been working on .NET developer tools for more than a decade, including Xamarin and Visual Studio for Mac, and is passionate about user experience and inclusivity. In her free time, she enjoys game development, gardening and silversmithing.
27 minutes | a year ago
Hello World Podcast: #91
Focusing on web interfaces that are beautiful, functional, accessible, and usable. Martine Dowden approaches User Experience from both Art and Science, drawing from her degrees in Psychology and Visual Communications. Martine has worked as an artist, educator, and consultant since 2005. She stays active in the industry, teaching developers at a coding academy, attending and speaking at conferences and meetups. In 2015 Martine published a children's book "Programming Languages ABC++", and in 2016 the Workbook Edition sold over 20,000 copies. She then went on to write "Approachable Accessibility: Planning for Success" which was released in June 2019 and "Architecting CSS: The Programmer’s Guide to Effective Stylesheets" to be released in 2020.
41 minutes | 3 years ago
Episode 90: Stuart Celarier
Stuart Celarier is a principal software architect and developer, primarily on Microsoft technologies. He has worked in a wide variety of industries and problem domains as a consultant and employee, as well as teaching and mentoring. He is an eight-time recipient of the Microsoft MVP award for work in services and integration, and was a Microsoft Regional Director for five years. Stuart is also a speaker at regional user groups, he co-directed the Portland Code Camp, and co-chaired the Birds-of-a-Feather track at eight Microsoft conferences. Outside of software, Stuart is a member of the Oregon Mandolin Orchestra and teaches juggling at Reed College.
55 minutes | 3 years ago
Episode 89: Dylan Beattie
Dylan Beattie is a systems architect and software developer. He's been building interactive web applications on the Microsoft stack since the days of Windows NT 4. Today his main interests are HTTP APIs, user experience design, and distributed systems. Dylan lives and works in London and when he's not writing code he plays guitar and writes songs about code.
35 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 88: Mads Torgersen
Mads is the Program Manager for the C# Language. He maintains the language specification and runs the language design process for C#. Many years ago Mads was a professor, and also contributed to a language starting with J.
47 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 87: Scott Hunter
Scott Hunter works for Microsoft as the Director of Program Management for the .NET team. This team builds the .NET Framework, .NET Core, Managed Languages (C#, F#, VB), .NET Tooling, Web Tooling and the Web and Data frameworks. Before this Scott was the CTO of several startups including Mustang Software and Starbase focusing on a variety of technologies, but programming the Web has always been his real passion. In his spare time he is an avid Hiker and enjoying Formula One racing.
42 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 86: Rowan Miller
Rowan works as a Program Manager on the .NET team at Microsoft. The bulk of his time at Microsoft has been spent on the open source Entity Framework project. He speaks at technical conferences and blogs at romiller.com. Prior to Microsoft, Rowan worked for a tourism company in Tasmania, Australia doing enterprise application development and integration. Rowan lives in Seattle, Washington with his wife Athalie and their children. The bulk of their time is taken up as a foster family, but in his spare moments Rowan enjoys snowboarding, construction, rocket engines, and pretty much anything that involves being active or tinkering in his workshop.
36 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 85: Sara Ford
Sara Ford is a Senior Product Manager at GitHub on the Editor Tools team. Previously she worked at Microsoft for over a decade on their developer tools, including Visual Studio and CodePlex. In 2015, Sara received her Masters degree in Human Factors (HCI / UX) at San Jose State University because she wants to make developer tools usable. Sara's life-long dream is to be a 97-year old weightlifter, so she can be featured on the local news.
40 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 84: Joseph Guadagno
Joseph Guadagno has been in software development for about 15 years or so. He started out with a small book on QuickBASIC, then moved the Visual Basic for DOS, then Visual Basic for Windows, then Visual Basic .NET and eventually Visual C#. When I am not working at my full-time job, as a Team Leader at Quicken Loans, he donates his time to several community efforts.
50 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 83: Jeff Atwood
Jeff Atwood considers himself a reasonably experienced Windows software developer with a particular interest in the human side of software development, as represented in his recommended developer reading list on his blog, Coding Horror. Computers are fascinating machines, but they're mostly a reflection of the people using them. In the art of software development, studying code isn't enough: you have to study the people behind the software, too.
34 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 82: Jon Galloway
Jon works at Microsoft as a Technical Evangelist focused on ASP.NET and Windows Azure. He’s co-author of Wrox Professional ASP.NET MVC, writes samples and tutorials like the MVC Music Store and is a frequent speaker at conferences and international Web Camps events. Jon’s been doing professional web development for 17 years, including high scale applications in financial, entertainment and healthcare analytics. He’s part of the Herding Code podcast, Twitters as @jongalloway and blogs at http://weblogs.asp.net/jongalloway. He likes to travel, but spends most of his time in San Diego with his amazingly patient wife Rachel, three wonderful daughters, a dozen avocado trees and the occasional rattlesnake.
40 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 81: Cory House
Cory is an international speaker, Pluralsight author, Microsoft MVP, Software Architect, independent consultant, and teacher. He has trained over 10,000 software developers at conferences worldwide on front-end development, testing, and software architecture. He currently specializes in front-end development using React. Cory is author of multiple Pluralsight courses and is active on Twitter as @housecor.
35 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 80: Stacey Mulcahy
Stacey Mulcahy is a technical evangelist for Microsoft who focuses on IoT, Web Development and Open Source. She is a tinkerer and maker, and has a love for all things microprocessor. She has spoken at several international conferences, has course up on MVA, is a technical editor, associate adjunct professor at NYU ITP and just generally likes stuff.
47 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 79: Jennifer Marsman
Jennifer Marsman is a Principal Developer Evangelist in Microsoft’s Developer and Platform Evangelism group, where she educates developers on Microsoft’s new technologies. In this role, Jennifer is a frequent speaker at software development conferences around the world. In 2016, Jennifer was recognized as one of the “top 100 most influential individuals in artificial intelligence and machine learning” by Onalytica. She has been featured in Bloomberg for her work using EEG and machine learning to perform lie detection. In 2009, Jennifer was chosen as \"Techie whose innovation will have the biggest impact\" by X-OLOGY for her work with GiveCamps, a weekend-long event where developers code for charity. She has also received many honors from Microsoft, including the Central Region Top Contributor Award, Heartland District Top Contributor Award, DPE Community Evangelist Award, CPE Champion Award, MSUS Diversity & Inclusion Award, Gold Club, and Platinum Club. Prior to becoming a Developer Evangelist, Jennifer was a software developer in Microsoft’s Natural Interactive Services division. In this role, she earned two patents for her work in search and data mining algorithms. Jennifer has also held positions with Ford Motor Company, National Instruments, and Soar Technology. Jennifer holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering and Master’s Degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Her graduate work specialized in artificial intelligence and computational theory. Jennifer blogs at http://blogs.msdn.com/jennifer and tweets at http://twitter.com/jennifermarsman.
31 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 78: Julie Yack
Julie Yack is a Colorado-based Microsoft Dynamics CRM MVP serving clients across the globe, providing training, implementation, analysis and insight for companies wanting to take their service to the next level. Julie’s blog, www.julieyack.com, addresses pertinent topics of the day, ranging from Dynamics CRM to technology in education to travel to voting rights. Julie is an accomplished author and publisher with several books on different technologies under her belt. Julie is a community leader, nationally, locally and online, serving on education committees and curriculum boards in Colorado and as a founding member of SouthColorado.net and xRMVirtual online. She knows how important it is to have your voice heard and has been honored to speak to elected officials at the US Capitol and to the Executive Staff at the White House on topics of technology legislation and the importance of STEM education in our k-12 schools. Julie loves to spend her free time traveling with her husband and kids.
33 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 77: Kevin Grossnicklaus
Over the past 15 years, Kevin Grossnicklaus has established himself as a go-to expert and a local and regional community leader for the software development industry. Prior to founding ArchitectNow in 2009, Kevin spent over a decade as the Chief Architect and Practice Leader for a large St. Louis IT firm. He also spent many years as an instructor at Washington University’s Center for the Application of Information Technology (CAIT) where he taught continuing education courses on a wide array of development technologies. Since 2009, Kevin has been recognized annually as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP). This prestigious award puts Kevin in the company of just over 4,000 technology professionals worldwide and recognizes his commitment to technology and working to further the understanding of software development within the region.Kevin has been heavily involved in the Midwest development community and has traveled the world as a consultant and a trainer.
31 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 76: David Giard
David Giard is a former accountant and a former biochemist, who has been developing solutions using Microsoft technologies for over 2 decades. Currently, David helps people build solutions in his role as a Microsoft Technical Evangelist. David has been very active in the developer community, speaking at numerous major conferences, code camps, and user groups around the world; helping to lead user groups; and helping to organize conferences and other geek events. He is the host and producer of the mildly popular online TV show Technology and Friends. He is the co-author of the Wrox book Real World .NET, C#, and Silverlight. You can read his latest thoughts at www.DavidGiard.com. His hobbies include video, photography, sports, and embarrassing his sons.
34 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 75: Brian Friesen
Brian Friesen has been pretending to be a developer for the last 9 years and lives in constant fear of being found out. He suspects that someone has been bribing Microsoft on his behalf, as he has received the C# MVP award for the past three years. His presentations always involve live-coding and he prefers topics that don't get much attention. He lives near Detroit and works for an awesome company, Quicken Loans.
33 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 74: Atley Hunter
Atley Hunter is a passionate developer with over 20 years’ experience. As one of the most prolific Modern UI developers in the world, he has hundreds of unique apps in the running on millions of Windows devices worldwide. A Microsoft Windows Platform MVP, and Telerik MVP & Insider, he is constantly working with developers worldwide to improve both skills and the platforms themselves. Atley is always sharing his knowledge and connecting with developers through events, his blog, email (devMentor@outlook.com), Twitter (@atleyhunter), Skype (Atley.Hunter) and LinkedIn.
44 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 73: Mario Cardinal
A long-time agile coach specializing in software architecture, Mario Cardinal is the co-founder of Slingboards Lab, a productivity software publisher that help people achieve what is important in their day. An experimenter and an entrepreneur, he love to seize the opportunities that emerge from the unexpected. Since 2004, year after year, he received the Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award from Microsoft. MVP status is awarded to credible technology experts who are among the very best community members willing to share their experience to helping others realize their potential. An experienced Scrum practitioner, he has spent more than 20 years designing large-scale information systems. He is the author of the book "Executable Specifications with Scrum". His friends like to describe him as someone who can extract the essence of a complicated situation, sort out the core ideas from the incidental distractions and provide a summary that is easy to understand.
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