Episode 31 of The .NET Core Podcast was released a few days ago. But, as usual, I wanted to create some show notes for it which are specific to dev.to
As a quick reminder, The .NET Core Podcast is the only podcast devoted to:
- .NET Core
- ASP.NET Core
- EF Core
and not forgetting The .NET Core community, itself.
I wont make you browse over to the show notes page
because I'm not the boss of you
because I'll add a dev.to specific player here:
This was an exceptionally wonderful conversation with Thomas Betts about the ways that you can increase your ability to communicate with your clients by studying the Liberal Arts, we also talk about the use of metaphor
I particularly love one he uses which is related to coffee shops
in getting the core idea of how the project should work across to your clients. We also talk about strategies for when your boss comes to you and says:
I've heard of this great new technology, and I want you to build our next mission critical application with it.
The full show notes and a transcription are available at the show's website
here's a link directly to the show notes
I'd love any and all feedback that you can provide on the show, this episode, or anything related to it.
these came directly from the show notes
- Thomas on Twitter
- Thomas on LinkedIn
- Thomas on InfoQ
- A Great Engineer Needs the Liberal Arts
- Arlene Andrews on Developer Denver
- Indu Alagarsamy
- Explore DDD
- Laura Savino
- Reading in a New Language
- Egoless programming
- Rick Steves in the New York Times
- Liberal Arts Education
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but I wont harp on about that
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