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- Getting started with programming
- Open source at Microsoft
- General advice
- Running a podcast
- Internet in 2018
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This AMA session is over but you can still ask questions to Scott Hanselman on their Hashnode profile.
HI Scott! First of all, I am a huge fan of you, thanks for helping me in ways you directly don't know!
I have a simple question: how's your workflow? I mean, you blog, program, postcast, do talks, work at Microsoft, work with open source, and still have time for family and children. How can this be even possible? :) How you make your days so productive?
How do you see evolving of these two technologies in tomorrow Web? How will they fit each other and each within the Web?
Hello Scott, thank you for the AMA.
Would you mind giving your opinion about JS frameworks with respect to how crucial you think they are (if not why) within this ever extending ecosystem.
Where do you see the future of above JS frameworks ? Is there going to be incremental changes or re-writes that will require developers to basically start from scratch.
With ES6, came a vast number of changes, but also implicit technical details. Given time constraints, which of the new APIs you think developers should focus the most (promises etc.)?
Hi Scott, it's been more than a decade since I started following your work. Thank you so much for the inspirations and your work.
The buzz word in the industry is about machine learning and AI. There are smart developers who picked this up early. There are more and more products being powered with ML. One of the developers I spoke to believes that he would lose his job without learning the Machine Learning from ground up. What's your take on this paradigm shift and your recommendations to attack the problem for seasoned engineers.
Hi Scott, I'm a real fan of your work. I keep track of Microsoft's work in open source thanks to you.
My questions would be: What Architecture documents or videos would you recommend me to read/watch to build a future proof ASP.NET Core Web Applications. Also how easy is it to migrate an app built in Razor pages to a full MVC Application in case you want to scale later on.
What did you talk about with Richard Stallman?
Open Source or Free Software? Which one is better for society?
Does Microsoft spy on people?
Is .Net Core 2.0 GPL-compatible? Can it be added to the Debian "Main" repository ?
Have SPA frameworks killed ASP.Net Core MVC (as UI) future?
Who will patch a .Net Core vulnerability if I have an application running in .the official Net Core container in Azure?
Thanks a lot for the awesome work you do for the .Net community!
Its scary to think how long your face has been gracing either my book shelves (wrox asp.net 2.0 era books) or my monitor, will we be getting a hanselVR or AR experience any time soon? As someone who also works 99% of their desk time from home what do you think AR/VR will add to the remote working experience, do you think it could help with presence and more compelling meeting experience, or is video calling sufficient?
Hello sir, I have a question that every coder who is 'WOKE' would ask, how to make a break through? There are tons of coders out there, all of them know what they are doing, some know how they are doing it, and very few know why they are doing it. I wish to do something great for this wonderful community and not waste my abilities and time doing basic corporate stuff and live a causal family man life. I can take risks but I need some directions...
Hi Scott. We´re facing the processors 'meltdown' vulnerability. In some processors, is expected some about 25% less performance, after patch.
I´m worried about the performance of cloud projects that depends a bit of processing. They will be more expensive. We, consumers, could treat this as an incentive for us to containerize our softwares, and use as much as possible, serverless computing?
Scott, hello from Ukraine! In my opinion, stack in Java is highly ready for set up BigData high load architecture (I mean Hadoop, Spark, Kafka, ElasticSearch and so on). DataScience's stack is mostly associated with Python and R now. When some projects need functional development - most of all they are looking for Scala, Haskell, Erlang and even Python engineers (but not F#). Could you explain, where is .NET doing better (except syntax)? How to compete with that tools?