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Ep.67 – Logseq Knowledge Management Open Source

Welcome back!   For this episode, kindly suggested by my good friend Tim Abell, we have a privacy first knowledge management app for all of your devices.  You could download the code, run as a docker container which means you could keep everything on your own environment instead of letting those massive corporations control you! ( 🙂 […]

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Ep.66 – Dotnet Aspire

We all love to aspire to be something better 🙂  even robots! .NET Aspire is a new way to build out microservice type projects.  I believe I am correct in saying Aspire definitely had some foundations from project TYE which was an experiment a year or so back. In addition, DAPR is also a similar […]

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Ep.65 – WASM WASI Wass Up

Welcome back.  Whhhaaassup with WASM and WASI – look, I’m trying okay! Anyway, WASM and WASI – what does all of this mean? That is what we are talking about today!   Some links on WASM/WASI: Get on the Blazor Train – WASM from the dotnet world Original JFM about Fermyon From the dotnet perspective […]

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Ep.64 – It is that time of year again

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays or whatever you want to call it! A couple of links from the show: https://hanselminutes.com/922/education-should-be-free-with-freecodecamps-quincy-larson Blinkist: Best Book Summaries – Black Friday Deal   Until the next time, take care.

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Ep.63 – Oh my goodness AI is everywhere

Go on! you need this! Wow, I know this gets used everywhere, but you have to say, his enthusiasm was right there, along with a rather sweaty shirt 🙂  But does he care? probably not since he is a billionaire, right? Well, replace “developers, developers” with “AI, AI” – I just don’t have the time […]

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Ep.62 – The FOMO Monster Returns

A heavily Microsoft slant for this one! Where do I begin… well, have a listen, and if you really want to know more I have summarised the overall .NET conf stuff below 🙂   .NET Conf 2023 Keynote – Welcome to .NET 8 Introduction .NET Conf over the next 3 days, hear from team, partners, […]

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Ep.61 – Das Prompt or Prompting all the way to the Bank

Okay, so I re-watched “Das Boot” again recently and, of course, immediately thought, “what would this look like with cats?”: So, there it is!  I enjoyed the theme music to Das Boot too, but it then reminded me of a techno version from the early 90’s can you believe?   Anyway, what the heck does this have to […]

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Ep.60 – Heart of Glass

Okay, you might not be as old as I but surely you remember Blondie! Heart of Glass But heart of glass is what we are talking about today – when talking about all of this data we are creating! Where does that data go?  how is it stored?  well, in most cases, the data is […]

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Ep.59 – The ARC of Truth or Browser in this case

Another browser?  Well, a browser with some nifty tricks up its sleeves perhaps!  It also still uses the chromium engine, so no worries about another browser compatibility war! The browser company has developed a new bundle of AI-powered features called Arc Max. The goal of Arc Max is to make the internet experience faster and easier […]

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Ep.58 – Whisper AI and searchable audio

Okay, I am not sure they sell Wispa chocolate bars internationally, but worry not, this podcase has nothing to do with chocolate (sadly!). Use Whisper AI to transcribe audio from video/different audio formats in any language and produce the text of the audio We are talking Whisper AI from the good folks who brought (and totally […]