Welcome to the first edition of the newsletter for February - there will be another sent out on February 19th, so look out for that.
This episode was released on January 18, 2019 and was a conversation with Richard Campbell about his upcoming book on the history of .NET, and the Humanitarian Toolbox.
Check out the show notes at: Episode 18 - The History of .NET with Richard Campbell
This episode will be published to Patreon supporters a few days ahead of the “regular” RSS feed - the patreon release date will be January 30th, whereas the release date for everyone else will be February 1st). So if you’d like to hear future episodes early, you can become a Patreon supporter.
In this episode of The .NET Core podcast we talk to Jon Galloway about what the .NET Foundation, what it is and how it can help open source contributors.
As of sending this email out, the interview with Jon hasn’t been released yet, but will be available on February 1st, 2019 at 12:30 GMT.
Once it has been released, you’ll be able to check out the show notes at: Episode 19 - The .NET Foundation with Jon Galloway.
This is also the first episode to have a full transcription. My thanks to Jay & Jay Media for providing support for this.
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As we cover in the episode, the .NET Foundation are going to be holding elections for members of the board of directors. How does this affect you? Well, anyone who is a member of the .NET Foundation can vote.
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For those of us who are working with Event Grid, there aren’t many ways that you can test your code without having to create a separate instance in the cloud (or worse, push to live!). That’s where Azure Event Grid Simulator comes in:
> A simple simulator which provides endpoints that mimic the functionality of Azure Event Grid topics. This is useful for local integration testing purposes.
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