Rockin’ The Code World with dotNetDave – The Agile Show

Join me live on Saturday, October 16th, 2021 at 10:00 PST on C# Corner Live show #40 where the show will have it's very first panel (that includes a certified Scrum Master) show all about Agile! This will be a longer show so we can have a lively discussion all about the pros and cons of Agile. Must watch for all developers!

New Code Rules: Too Many .NET Engineers DO NOT Understand How Memory Management Works!

On show #38 of Rockin' the Code World with dotNetDave, I am ranting about far too many .NET software engineers DO NOT understand how memory management works when it comes to disposable objects! Not matter what level of software engineer you are, you need to watch this episode... NOW!

New Code Rules: Operating Systems Must Make It Easy to Restore Apps and User Data!

On show #37 of Rockin' the Code World with dotNetDave, I am ranting about how the Windows refresh feature does not restore apps or most user data. The MAC OS does not have a refresh feature at all! This needs to be fixed and fast!

New Code Rules: Security Rules Placed on Software Engineer Environments Has Gotten OUt of Hand!

On show #36 of Rockin' the Code World with dotNetDave, I am ranting about all the security placed on software engineers and their work environments. As you can see from the poll below, over 50% of engineers are reporting that they are losing 6% to over 20% of productivity, daily! This has gotten out of hand!

Rockin’ The Code World (Anniversary Show) with dotNetDave – Special Guest: Cathrine Wilhelmsen

Join me live  for the one year anniversary show on Saturday, October 2nd, 2021 at 10:00 PST on C# Corner Live for season 2, show #38 where I will interview Cathrine Wilhelmsen, Senior Business Intelligence Consultant and Microsoft Data Platform MVP.

New Code Rules: Listen to Your Users!

On show #32 of Rockin' the Code World with dotNetDave, I am discussing why some companies do not focus on what they offer in a new version of their software the truly addresses the users needs and issues. I've seen this at companies I work and and for much of the software I use, on a daily basis.