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Quantum Computing

Q# and Quantum Computing with Johnny Hooyberghs

Are we actually making progress on quantum computing? While at .NET Developer Days in Warsaw, Carl and Richard talked to Johnny Hooyberghs about quantum computing and Microsoft’s Q# language. The discussion begins with some definitions around quantum computing including qubits, superposition, and entanglement. Google’s announcement on quantum supremacy is debated, as is the idea that […]

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Migrating to .NET Standard with Rocky Lhotka

How do you migrate your .NET application to current standards? What exactly is .NET Standard anyways? And what is the future of the .NET Framework? Carl and Richard talk to Rocky Lhotka about his approach to migrating existing .NET applications to .NET Standard. Rocky explains that many folks ask him about moving to .NET Core, […]

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History of .NET

Richard Campbell, co-host of .NET Rocks reviews the history of .NET, the subject of a book he is working on. Starting with why .NET was created and end with .NET Core and they cover lots of milestones in between. Just an informal chat between two guys who have been there for it all.

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IoT and .NET with Bryan Costanich

Is .NET ready for the Internet of Things? Carl and Richard talk to Bryan Costanich about the current state of IoT and how his startup Wilderness Labs is building next-generation hardware that runs .NET! Bryan talks about how microcontrollers have gotten much more powerful today, but the programming stacks are still back in the 80s. […]

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