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Episode 11: MVVM Part Deux

Episode 11: MVVM Part Deux

August 16, 2020

Tim and Tim revisit the MVVM pattern and dive deeper into issues and details, like whether a control should have it's own viewmodel, and which came first, the VM or the V?

Episode 10: NPoco and other ORMs

Episode 10: NPoco and other ORMs

July 26, 2020

Tim P. interviews Tim J. about ORMs, and specifically a little-known yet powerful .NET ORM called NPoco.

Episode 9: Biting into Blazor

Episode 9: Biting into Blazor

June 29, 2020

Tim J. interviews Tim P. about the new .NET Core Blazor web UI framework, it's history, and where it is headed. Show notes at https://tocode.software/?p=531

Episode 8: Battle Stations!

Episode 8: Battle Stations!

June 20, 2020

Tim & Tim discuss their current workstation hardware and accessory setups, as well as some history on past pcs and purchases. Show notes at https://tocode.software/?p=518.

Episode 7: Movin’ Along with MVVM

Episode 7: Movin’ Along with MVVM

May 28, 2020

Tim & Tim dive into their first deep-tech topic, the MVVM framework!

Episode 6: Developer Burnout

Episode 6: Developer Burnout

May 19, 2020

Tim & Tim discuss what developer burnout looks like, how to deal with it, and how to avoid it.

Episode 5: Java & Risk Assessment with Chris Purdum

Episode 5: Java & Risk Assessment with Chris Purdum

May 14, 2020

Chris Purdum is a Senior Software Developer at PayPal. He talks about his work on Fraud and Risk Assessment, and compares language features of Java and .NET with Tim and Tim.

Episode 4: Teaming Up!

Episode 4: Teaming Up!

May 10, 2020

Tim & Tim discuss the challenges and rewards of becoming team members vs. working as a solo dev.

Episode 3: Abstract Thoughts on Abstractions

Episode 3: Abstract Thoughts on Abstractions

April 30, 2020

Tim & Tim pontificate on the layers of abstractions that both make coding possible, and sometimes get in the way.

Episode 2: Strong Opinions on Code Design and Architecture

Episode 2: Strong Opinions on Code Design and Architecture

April 20, 2020

Tim and Tim share what drives their own coding choices, from simple class structure, to solution architecture.

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