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In this series, I'll be interviewing Open Source Maintainers and talk about what open source means to them and why they do it. This time I talk to Dennis Doomen of FluentAssertions.
He shares with us the ups and downs of maintaining a long project and why he got into open source to begin with. Don't forget to subscribe if you like the series, we have got another five episodes coming!
His experience developing these libraries to explore new ideas is an interesting take. The video also talks about how he helps manage projects with so many sub-projects (e.g. Serilog's support for so many syncs).
I hope you enjoy it!
The next episode is now available! This time I'm talking to Shaun Walker. He's the developer responsible for the long-lived open source project, DotNetNuke! He's also created a new framework called Oqtane for Blazor.
He's been in the Microsoft-Open Source space for longer than almost anyone. We talk about being the maintainer for a project for 14 years, what "maintainer fatigue" is, and how being a maintainer has changed since 2002!
I hope you like it!
We talk about how he does this project while still holding on to a full-time job. He also delves into how CodePlex, OuterCurve, and the .NET Foundation has helped him build xUnit and maintain it all these years.
I hope you like it!
The idea with this series is to talk about the inner world of developers. I might dig into some technology, but usually in a more general way. I'm still getting used to shooting in my office, so bear with the giant head.
I'm going to do my best to do one of these each week. If you have some things you'd like me to rant about, please comment below!
The course was recently updated to use the ASP.NET Beta 8 bits. I am looking forward to the next update of ASP.NET and expect to continue to update the course all the way through the RTM.
If you haven’t used Bower before, it is a package manager for client-side projects (i.e. jQuery, Bootstrap, Angular, etc.). Visual Studio makes this easy in the new incarnation and this clip shows you how it works. This video is from the third module of the course.
Part 3 of this series I took this video of building a simple application using the Windows Phone 7 beta tools. The video walks through building a simple random number generator using Visual Studio and Blend to build a simple, single-page application. Let me know what you think!