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The wonderful Rob Tiffany returns to CodeCast to talk with the crew about the Internet of Things (IoT).

What exactly is the "Internet of Things"? A brief description would be:

"The Internet of Things is the interconnection of uniquely identifiable embedded computing devices within the existing Internet infrastructure."

Have a listen as Rob goes more in-depth with this very interesting subject.

To do a little extra reading on the Internet of Things, visit the Internet of Things Wikipedia page.

 

About our guest

Rob Tiffany has spent most of his career as an entrepreneur, executive, architect, developer, strategist, and the writer of bestselling mobile and wireless technology books. A pioneer of the smartphone revolution, he drove the development of the mobile app ecosystem from its earliest days and co-founded the world’s first cloud-based mobile device management company.

As a Mobile Strategist at Microsoft, he’s in-demand as an advisor to executives and a speaker at conferences all over the world. Rob has been responsible for the architecture, development and deployment of many of the world’s largest mobile and wireless solutions for Fortune 100 companies. Through books, articles, videos and workshops, he helps to empower CIOs, developers and IT professionals in areas of mobile, strategy, wireless, data replication, device management, security, the cloud, and highly-scalable infrastructures. Rob loves to get in front of customers and presents at industry conferences including DevConnections, TechEd, CTIA, VSLive, MEDC, TechReady, and Mobile World Congress. He’s the creator of Microsoft’s Mobile Line of Business Solution Accelerator, an avid blogger, and a published author of dozens of articles found in leading technology publications as well as five, best-selling books on mobile infrastructure and app development.

Prior to Microsoft, Rob served as a technology executive in consulting and financial commodities trading firms.  He loves international travel and you might run into him writing children’s novels at a Paris café.

Connect with Rob on Twitter at:

You can also purchase any of his books over at Amazon:

 

Sponsor info and feedback

We would would like to thank our great sponsors, Enertia Software and TEKSystems for helping make CodeCast possible! Please make sure to visit our sponsors and see if there is anything they can do to help you.

Also, we would love your feedback on CodeCast. Please leave us a review/rating over at both iTunes & Stitcher Radio, and feel free to email us at contact@stltechtalk.com with topic & guest suggestions.

This is your show as much as it is ours, and we want to make sure we are bringing you the type of content you want to hear.

Direct download: CodeCast_E29.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 9:17pm CST

Rachel Appel joins us on CodeCast to talk about modern web development and also discuss her background in development.

We also had a great discussion on using the cloud and making sure to focus on security.

 

About our guest

Rachel Appel is a 20+ year software engineer, author, mentor, and international speaker. During her career, she has worked on projects of all sizes from the smallest of apps, to the largest enterprise systems at some of the world’s leading companies. Rachel currently works as an independent consultant following a tenure at Microsoft; however she still works closely with Microsoft as an ASPInsider and IE userAgent.

You can read Rachel's monthly "Modern Apps" column for MSDN Magazine, or her blog about software development at http://rachelappel.com. Catch her speaking at top conferences such as VSLive, DevConnections, Devlink, and Netconf UY. Her expertise is in web development on the Microsoft stack, including ASP.NET MVC, Web Forms, SignalR, C#, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and TypeScript. Rachel also deals with data as a DBA and data scientist, and is an all-around language nerd (both computer and human).

You can also follow her on Twitter at:

 

Sponsor info and feedback

We would would like to thank our great sponsors, Enertia Software and TEKSystems for helping make CodeCast possible! Please make sure to visit our sponsors and see if there is anything they can do to help you.

Also, we would love your feedback on CodeCast. Please leave us a review/rating over at both iTunes & Stitcher Radio, and feel free to email us at contact@stltechtalk.com with topic & guest suggestions.

This is your show as much as it is ours, and we want to make sure we are bringing you the type of content you want to hear.

Direct download: CodeCast_E28.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 8:37pm CST

Microsoft may not have a huge market share when it comes to smartphones, but they do have some very passionate people creating apps for the platform.

On this episode of CodeCast, we are joined by Robert Shurbet who just happens to be one of those passionate developers.

One of the recent casualties of the now defunct DVLUP Ambassadors program, it has not kept Robert from continuing to create new apps for the Windows Phone platform or help others with their projects.

Join us as Robert talks about the Windows Phone platform and what his thoughts are about developing for it, along with showing us a little bit of what he is currently working on.

 

About our guest

Robert was briefly…very, very, depressingly briefly…a Developer Ambassador for Windows Phone, prior to Microsoft ending that program after the acquisition of Nokia Devices and Services.

By day, Robert leads development of customer facing line-of-business tools using various Microsoft software and technologies for Pivot Technology Solutions, including SQL Server, WCF, MVC and Entity Framework. From 2002–2011 Robert worked for Whole Foods Market, building enterprise applications and mobile device apps using .NET/cf (C#/VB), WinForms, WPF, ASP.NET and Pocket PC/Windows Mobile.

Robert is originally from Texas and currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Connect with Robert on Twitter: @TheCheekyTaurus

You can also head over to CheekyTaurus.com to see what Robert is working on and follow @pinlyapp to stay up to date on this project.

 

Relevant links from this episodes demo

 

Sponsor info and feedback

We would would like to thank our great sponsors, Enertia Software and TEKSystems for helping make CodeCast possible! Please make sure to visit our sponsors and see if there is anything they can do to help you.

Also, we would love your feedback on CodeCast. Please leave us a review/rating over at both iTunes & Stitcher Radio, and feel free to email us at contact@stltechtalk.com with topic & guest suggestions.

This is your show as much as it is ours and we want to make sure we are bringing you what you want.

Direct download: CodeCast_E27.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 10:41pm CST

We are doing something a little different this week. We are combining shows to talk about one of the largest developer conferences in the midwest that is held right here in good old St. Louis.

Which conference am I referring to? Why St. Louis Days of .NET of course!

Join JJ, Gus & Kevin for this special crossover episode as we talk with Scott Spradlin, one of the organizers that helps make St. Louis Days of .NET possible! If you have any questions, you will be able to ask live during the show and we will answer them as best we can.

 

Important Information & links about the conference

Location - Ameristar Casino & Resort, St. Charles, MO 63301

Dates - November 13-15, 2014

Pricing

  • Early Bird registration is $200.00 (ends on October 13, 2014).
  • Regular registration price is $300.00
  • Walk-up registration is $600.00

Links

To contact the organizers, send an email to organizers@stlouisdayofdotnet.com.

 

Want to go to St. Louis Days of .NET for free?

If you are having trouble affording the price to go to the conference, we have partnered up with the awesome organizers of St. Louis Days of .NET and are offering two (2) lucky winners the opportunity to go to the 2014 St. Louis Days of .NET for free!

For details on how you can win, visit this link!

*Contest runs from October 2, 2014 until October 20, 2014

Direct download: STLDODN_special.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 12:40am CST

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