NDC made it’s way to Sydney this year and SSW TV was there to catch all the action.
As usual there were a host of top industry pros talking about various subjects related to software development. SSW TV was there to run the ‘Ask Me Anything’ booth, where we grabbed some of those speakers after their sessions and talked about a number of topics.
Duncan Hunter Interviews Steve Sanderson
SSW’s Duncan Hunter was on hand after his session to interview Steve at the AMA booth. Questions from the audience include:
- Razor markup mixed in with Angular Apps
- Where will Angular CLI go?
- Will ASP.NET Core include a test runner?
- Opinions on Web Frameworks (spoiler: Steve likes React)
- Is Microsoft using all of these Frameworks, or specific ones?
- How does Steve keep up with all these Frameworks
- Involvement with the Azure Portal
- What would have the Azure Portal been like without TypeScript?
- Advice for .NET developers who are using Front End development tools
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About the speakers
Duncan Hunter is a software architect at SSW. Making sustainable software that solves real world issues is what makes Duncan tick. He is a full stack web developer specializing in making responsive front-end applications with AngularJS and TypeScript.
Steve Sanderson works as a Program Manager for Microsoft in the team that brings you the ASP.NET technology stack,,IIS, and other webby goodness. His current focus is on streamlining the ASP.NET MVC development process and providing guidance for mobile-enabling web applications.
Before joining Microsoft in November 2010, Steve was an active participant in the ASP.NET community, being a member of ASPInsiders, a Microsoft MVP, the author of Pro ASP.NET MVC Framework (Apress), and a regular speaker at British .NET user groups. He blogs at https://blog.stevensanderson.com/ and maintains various open source projects at https://github.com/SteveSanderson.
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