Issue: 2020 - March/April

  • Rod looks back at 30 years of coding and realizes that the community is everything.
  • You’ve got your Azure CLI set up, and you’re starting to really get the hang of it. Sahil shows you how to automate deployment so you can piece it all together the same way every time.
  • Periodically, I return to some aspect of how to easily test JavaScript. It seems every six months or so, new tools are available and new techniques are developed. The goal is always the same, reduce development friction. We all seek greater productivity by making things easier, not more complicated. In this article, I focus on how to easily test JavaScript in the Visual Studio Code editor using Node.js as a JavaScript execution environment. In the spirit of simplicity, t...See More
  • When you need to make changes to a database table without updating your WPF applications’ security, you’ll want to see how Paul manages this data-driven approach.
  • Peter continues teaching you about GraphQL using the Hot Chocolate Library. He’ll get into how to use the Entity Framework to access and store data and explore mutations.
  • Rod has the time of his life visiting the set of a new TV show about developers.
  • If you thought artificial intelligence and machine learning were exciting, wait until you read what Wei-Meng has to say about deep learning!
  • If you’re worried about maintaining a clear separation of business logic from the presentation and data layers, you’ll be fascinated by how Rockford solves the problem using CSLA (Component-based Scalable Logical Architecture).
  • Ted talks about how to know when a project is truly over and when it's time to move on.
  • Tim and Markus meet up after an energizing conference and chat about what’s exciting and what’s coming in artificial intelligence and more.