Security is a feature today, especially after all kinds of security breaches that has happened over the last year. But security is not always easy to implement. What can the new shine framework, ASP.NET Core, help us with regarding this? This is my main question to Dominick Baier, a security expert that have been working with ASP.NET from the beginning.
The definition of an algorithm is “a self-contained step-by-step set of operations to be performed”.
Rasmus is a software developer and architect, an entrepreneur and an idealist, with a background as PhD in the field of computer science, databases, and algorithms and with a long standing passion for teaching.
In this episode of Dev.Cast have I invited the author David Scott Bernstein to discuss his book about software development.
This great book, with a misleading title, Beyond Legacy Code, is a good compilation of practices and principles for software development. I know, we have read this kind of books before, but I do really like this one.
D3 describe themselves as a framework for data-driven documents. It is really great for visualizations of data, from a simple bar chart to really advanced interactive maps. (link to examples) D3 is, for example, used by Microsoft to create visualizations in PowerBI.
Listen, learn and enjoy.
Charting libraries built on D3:
- C3.js http://c3js.org/
- NVD3 http://nvd3.org/
- dc.js https://dc-js.github.io/dc.js/
- d3.chart http://misoproject.com/d3-chart/
Information about work on D3 version 4:
- Github branch with API links https://github.com/mbostock/d3/tree/4#arrays
- Essay by Mike Bostock on the design of a good API, with examples of changes in D3 version 4
- Introduction to the version 4 module system and how it can be used to create plug-ins
And, of course, the best place to get started:
There are many introductory books available now, some of them online for free, and numerous tutorials. Start simple, understand the basics, and build from there!
Today I will discuss my love for SVG together with Chris Gannon, a developer that have done many cool things in SVG.
It is a wonderful time for web developers. New and smoother frameworks are being developed each day. Angular has been leading the way with its version 1 and now version 2 that is on the brink to be released. It is a such big release so it introduce a thing that we developers hate: breaking changes.
To get my head around Angular 2 and if it is worth the while to convert an existing Angular 1 to the new shiny version, I have invited a Google Expert, Maxim Salnikov, to help me get all my questions answered.
I’m an old guy. I have been using Visual Studio for over 20 years. It started with Visual Basic 1.0. But now, a new editor has come into my life, Visual Studio Code. It’s a great editor in itself, but with extensions, support for many operating systems and debugging it is even greater.
In this episode I have invited Benjamin Pasero and Joao Moreno, both part of the Visual Studio Code core team to discuss this new editor. Why is it so great? What is the difference compared to its bigger brother Visual Studio and what can you do with extension and many other things?
A week ago I met, together with colleagues Tess Ferrandez and Peter Drougge, Christian Heilmann, formerly Mozilla, but nowadays Microsoft and discussed the state of the web. (What a pompous title.) Christian travels literally around the world and talks with developers (and other people) about the web.
We had a greate discussion and I think that it even had som new tidbits that I wasn't aware of.
How do a security guy work. Barry Dorrans knows that very well.
Barry is the security czar for ASP.NET which means he gets to look at the framework, tools and template code, searching for potential insecurities and sometimes even fixing them. He also triages publically and privately reported vulnerabilities before getting someone else to fix them which means he gets all of the fun and none of the responsibility. He is rude and objectionable on twitter as @blowdart. (from the introduction of his presentation at leetspeak last year.)