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from Modern .NET Show , on 1/26/2024 , played: 1694 time(s)

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Show Notes

Welcome to The Modern .NET Show! Formerly known as The .NET Core Podcast, we are the go-to podcast for all .NET developers worldwide and I am your host Jamie "GaProgMan" Taylor.

In this episode, I spoke with Mark J Price, a software developer and educator with over 20 years of experience. We talked about .NET 8, Blazor, server-side rendering, and more. We also explore the compiler changes in .NET 8 and how they can improve performance and efficiency.

Mark also discusses his upcoming trilogy of .NET 8 books, which cater to developers of all levels, from beginners to professionals:

What I find when I’m learning something new is even if something has some documentation and it might have a kind of introductory tutorial, they are not always kept up to date and they’re not always easy to follow because what tends to happen is the experts who build the platform are then told, oh, just write a tutorial for it. Now they’re the experts, but they’re not experts at education and so they’re not always that great at actually explaining how to get started with something. So that’s where my books come in, I feel.

I’m an expert at education and I’m an expert because I’m actually not a quick learner. I’m not the quickest, I’m not the brightest, but I do notice the things that trip people up. And so when I first learnt GRPC, I had some misconceptions, I struggled with certain areas, but I notice all of that and I can write it down and so I can write a chapter that I think really helps people get started.

—Mark J Price

With a focus on providing accurate and up-to-date educational resources, Mark's dedication to the community and continuous improvement shines through in this engaging and informative conversation.

With a focus on providing accurate and up-to-date educational resources, Mark's dedication to the community and continuous improvement shines through in this engaging and informative conversation.

So let's sit back, open up a terminal, type in dotnet new podcast and we'll dive into the core of Modern .NET.

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Full Show Notes

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