About This Episode
Did you know you can develop .NET software on a Mac? It is a new trend that has been gaining momentum over the past six months. Deep Fried Bytes hosts Keith Elder and Chris Woodruff sit down with James Avery and Leon Gersing, long time .NET developers to uncover the secrets of using a non-Microsoft platform to develop .NET software.
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Thanks to our guests this episode
James Avery is the founder and owner of Infozerk Inc. which runs The Lounge advertising network and provides .NET and Ruby consulting. James has been working with .NET since 2001 and has been a web developer since 1996. He has written books for Microsoft Press, Wrox, and O'Reilly Press. James has written articles for MSDN Magazine and Dr. Dobbs, most recently doing a three month stint writing the Toolbox column in MSDN Magazine. James is a Microsoft MVP, ASPInsider and has spoken at a number of user groups and conferences.
James’ blog can be found here.
|Leon Gersing is a .net developer with Telligent Systems on the Community Server product team. He has 8 years experience as a Microsoft developer and is a advocate of Agile principals, Test-Driven Development, Open Source and the C# and Ruby languages. Leon lives in Dayton with his wife, 2 daughters, 2 cats and 4 computers. Leon runs the development blog fallenrogue.com and is addicted to twitter and red pandas.
Leon’s site can be found here.
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