Debug 30: Casey Liss on C# and .Net
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Debug 30: Casey Liss on C# and .Net

Debug is our developer-focused podcast where we talk all about the history of computing and programming languages, and how great apps and games are created. Think of it as director's commentary for technology! On this episode Casey Liss of the Accidental Tech Podcast (ATP) tries to sell Guy English on the advantages of Microsoft's C# programming language and the .NET frameworks.

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Wam1q says:

The spell checker doesn't recognise iOS in the image. :D

paliotti says:

lol... didnt catch that until you pointed it out..

Ordeith says:

I would love to see the netduino concept scaled up to a raspberry pi. Give me a light weight .net shell to run my C# code so I can link it to azure and use it to power my internet of things.

Rene Ritchie says:

More like slow comment day, amrite?

No idea what the hell any of that headline means but it sounds great.

neonspark says:

I'm more interested in the M# project from redmond and the D programming language than on the old bloated manged runtimes like .net and C#.

 

and for those interested

http://www.zdnet.com/microsofts-midori-the-m-connection-7000024664/

tasty.

schlubadub says:

As a C# developer this looks pretty awesome :)

Think it could be possible to get transcripts of the podcasts as an option for those of us who are visiting WPcentral on our phones and don't have the ability to listen to things because we're at work or whatnot ?

Rene Ritchie says:

We do transcripts but we haven't gotten this far yet! Hopefully soon!

purevibz says:

Great something new to listen to.

Am I the only one who thinks the interviewer/host of the podcast comes off as a huge asshole?

I tried listening to the podcast but the constant interruptions and "friendly" (yet oddly aggressive) banter made it VERY annoying to listen to. Stopped listening 5 minutes in. This podcast needs a better host.

neonspark says:

Developers are opinionated. Offering alternatives to your tools and framework is like giving advise on religion. Don't.

Rene Ritchie says:

They're good friends IRL and that's pretty much how they talk in the bar, which is part of the casual nature of the show :)

LOL! Wow, that's blunt!

 

On the same note, I love Windows Developer Show (podcast)! Are you guys following it?

 

Rene Ritchie, please invite Ryan & Travis in your future episode: http://windowsdevelopershow.com/ 

I was dismayed at the conclusion that there is nothing really cool coded in C#. (Literally, they could not think of one thing!) Not because of limitations in the platform, but because all the cool, talented people code in Objective C.