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NServiceBus - with Laïla Bougriâ
In this episode, I had great fun chatting with Laïla Bougriâ about NServiceBus and how it can help with your distributed architecture. From its support for observability (including OTel) and dashboarding, to sagas and pub/sub. Even zombie and ghost messages! (spooky!). And as has been known to happen on this show - we did end up going on a tangent and geeking out about the awesome Jetbrains Rider too!Laïla is a Solutions Architect and Software Engineer at Particular Software. She’s also a Microsoft MVP, and frequent speaker talking about topics such as dotnet, messaging, distributed systems, and software engineering in general.For a full list of show notes, or to add comments - please see the website here
RavenDB Database Internals - with Oren Eini
In this episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Oren Eini about RavenDB and diving deep into the world of database internals. We explore the intricacies of how databases work under the hood and discuss the challenges - especially around performance.Oren Eini, also known as Ayende Rahien, is the Founder and CEO of RavenDB, a leading NoSQL document database management platform, empowering both startups and Fortune 500 companies. With over 20 years of software development experience and business leadership, Oren is an internationally acclaimed presenter, a thought leader and an author, committed to continue and lead innovation of quality software and best practices. RavenDB delivers fully transactional (ACID), smart & agile, cutting-edge NoSQL end-to-end solutions, empowering businesses in efficient data management.For a full list of show notes, or to add comments - please see the website here
Cleaning your Big Ball of Mud using CQS - with Matt Hunt
In this episode, I was thrilled to be joined by Matt Hunt to chat about using the CQS pattern to improve your codebase quality and help avoid writing those ‘Big Ball of Mud’ code-bases that sadly we see way too often in our industry!CQS (Command Query Separation) is a pattern that states that a method should either be a command that performs an action or a query that returns data, but not both. This approach promotes a clear separation of concerns, improves readability, and can lead to more maintainable and scalable codebases.For a full list of show notes, or to add comments - please see the website here
We Are .NET - with Tim Cadenbach and Matthias Jost
In this episode, I was joined by both Tim Cadenbach and Matthias Jost to chat about the exciting new .NET community - We Are .NET! At its core, it’s a community portal aggregating and presenting videos, blogs, twitch, and other feeds of any creator with .NET content. However, it’s not just content aggregation though - and is becoming a rapidly growing community.For a full list of show notes, or to add comments - please see the website here
Elastic - with Steve Gordon
In this episode, I was joined by Steve Gordon to chat about the Elastic Stack, and his work on the Elasticsearch .NET client.Steve is a senior engineer at Elastic, maintaining the .NET client libraries. He’s a Microsoft MVP, Pluralsight author, speaker, and blogger, and user-group organiser.For a full list of show notes, or to add comments - please see the website here
Software Development podcast hosted by Dan Clarke (@dracan on Twitter). Slightly bias towards .NET and Azure, but covering lots of other topics such as Git, Docker, Kubernetes, productivity, the list goes on!