Resources

Blogs

Code with Shadman
“Easy-to-understand tutorials on the .NET stack with C# language.”

Kill All Defects
“Matt is a front-line .NET and JavaScript software engineering manager with strong focuses on mentoring, architecture, and software quality.”

Toptal Blog
“The Toptal Blog is the top hub for developers, designers, finance experts, executives, and entrepreneurs, featuring key technology updates, tutorials, freelancer resources, and management insights.”

Gunnar Peipman Programming Blog
“Gunnar Peipman is experienced software developer and active .NET community member from Tallinn, Estonia. Gunnar has grown up with coding and has worked on different Microsoft platforms and technologies right from primary school. Having seen technologies coming, going and evolving Gunnar has deep understanding of Microsoft technologies.”

The Daily WTF
“Founded in 2004 by Alex Papadimoulis, The Daily WTF is your how-not-to guide for developing software. We recount tales of disastrous development, from project management gone spectacularly bad to inexplicable coding choices.”

A Geek With A Hat
“Hi I’m Swizec Teller. I build things and write about it to help coders become engineers.”

Coding Horror
“Programming and human factors”

.NET Blog
Free. Cross-platform. Open source. A developer platform for building all your apps.

Google Developers
“Blog of our latest news, updates, and stories for developers”

Steve Sanderson’s Blog
“Hi there, I’m Steve, a software developer living and working in Bristol, UK.”

ASP.NET Blog / Blazor Archives
“An open source web framework for building modern web apps and services with .NET.”

Scott Hanselman
“I blog about technology, culture, gadgets, diversity, code, the web, where we’re going and where we’ve been. I’m excited about community, social equity, media, entrepreneurship and above all, the open web.”

Stack Overflow Blog

Simple Programmer
“Simple Programmer is focused on helping software developers, programmers and other IT professionals improve their careers and live better lives.”


Forums

Reddit

Thread: Best C# blogs to follow

r/csharp
“All about the object-oriented programming language C#.”
r/blazor
“Blazor: C# in the browser via WebAssembly”
r/dotnet
“Welcome to r/dotnet”
r/programming
“Computer Programming”
r/technology
“Subreddit dedicated to the news and discussions about the creation and use of technology and its surrounding issues.”


News Sites

SD Times – Software Development News
“SD Times is the leading monthly magazine for Software and Development Managers, DevOps teams, Test & QA professionals, and CIO’s. Reaches more than 200,000+ users per month”


Youtube Channels

IAmTimCorey
“My goal is to make your life easier, specifically when it comes to learning software development.”

Computerphile
“Videos all about computers and computer stuff. Sister channel of Numberphile.”

Gary Explains
“Gary tries his best to explain how stuff works.”

LiveOverflow
“just a wannabe hacker…”

Microsoft Visual Studio
“This is the official channel from Microsoft for events and videos related to Visual Studio, the amazing tools and services for you to create awesome software for yourself…or millions of people.”

Null Byte
“The official Null Byte channel for video content! We focus on creating videos for aspiring ethical hackers, computer scientists, and the infosec community.”

Tech Lead
“TechLead is Patrick Shyu – ex-Google Tech Lead, app entrepreneur, digital nomad traveler, software engineer.”

Microsoft Developer
“Welcome to Channel 9! We are a humble group of developers and technical enthusiasts within Microsoft who operate this site devoted to including you into the conversations we have.”

Jarvis Johnsson
“Hi I’m Jarvis! I can’t figure out how to upload videos to this website but i hope one day i figure it out. Subscribe so that you know when I finally do the upload!”

PowerCert Animated Videos
“Learn Visually. A channel of animated information technology videos. Thank you for stopping by.”

.NET Foundation
“You’ve found the heartbeat of .NET—where projects and communities come together to get things done in our open-source world. Share your skills for the greater good.”


Podcasts

Coding After Work
“Jimmy and Jessica are both Windows Development MVPs and public speakers. They organize user groups, hackathons and conferences together and also speak at various conferences all around the world.
They meet alot of awesome people at conferences and this is their way of sharing some of those meetings in form of a podcast.”

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