I’ve been listening to podcast for a long, long time. I've started like many other to listen to podcasts on my commute to/from work and still do. Technical podcasts helped me learn about new technologies and stay in touch of existing ones. But most importantly they keep me entertained - even during the worst of … Continue reading March 2017 podcast list update
I was listening to another good Hanselminuets podcast - Understanding BDD and NSpec with Matt Florence and Amir Rajan. As always it was a good an informative show. Towards the end of the show one of the interviewees (I think it was Amir) explained why BDD is much better than TDD… by djclear904 … Continue reading TDD vs. BDD or why can’t we all just get along?
I listen to podcasts all of the time, I don’t listen to them in any specific order - I just download the new podcasts and choose one in random. From time to time it looks as if I have some pattern in my listening preferences but it’s purely coincidental. Last week without intending to I … Continue reading Two podcasts about unit testing
The first time I heard this question was a penal at the DotNetRocks podcast with a similar title. My first reaction was NO! if anything software development is becoming easier. I remember back in the old days of 2003 when I scored my first programming job (at Intel) I was part of a development team … Continue reading Is Software Development Too Complex?
I’m always on the lookup for new podcasts to listen to on my way to work. Yesterday I’ve found the podcast I was looking for ever since I’ve started writing real code – Concurrent Podcast. This is the podcast about threading, locks, concurrency and the issues that they cause. Currently two chapters has been posted: … Continue reading Concurrent podcast
I believe that a big part of a software developer job is to stay updated by constantly learning about new technologies, software development methodologies and developer’s tools. One way of achieving this goal is by listening to podcasts. I usually listen to on my MP3 player on my way to work and back. In … Continue reading Four podcasts every .NET developer should know about