Back when I started writing about .NET Core (in November 2016), I thought that there was something missing.
Sure, Microsoft and the community had put in a lot of effort getting the documentation off the ground; they also put a tonne of video content out there in the form of the MVA courses. But I felt like something was missing - mainly because I'm an auditory learner.
So I've decided to start a podcast devoted to .NET Core
Seriously, why not?
The aim of the podcast is to bring a little knowledge of the new ecosystem platform to the podcast listening audience, and to interview folks from the .NET Core, ASP NET Core, EF Core and SignalR communities.
I've already created a new website specifically for it: dotnetcore.show - each post on there will act as show notes for an episode of the podcast.
I also have an RSS feed set up, and the show should be starting to be listed in the major podcatchers.
I was aiming for a short post, and I hope that I've delivered - most of my posts over at dotnetcore.gaprogman.com tend to be around 3k words.
Head on over to the new show's website to check it out and get a feel for it. As I publish this post (Aug 7th, 2018) there's a single live episode. Give it a listen and let me know what you think.
Connect with me over on Twitter and let's talk .NET Core.