A python package that gives you easy access to the most valuable datasets of Germany

https://github.com/bundesAPI/deutschland

https://github.com/bundesAPI

Auf dem API-Portal des Bundes und hier auf GitHub.com/bundesAPI finden Sie Dokumentationen zu Programmierschnittstellen von Verwaltungsleistungen und Informationsportalen des Bundes. Die Dokumentionen liegen idR. im API-Dokumentationsformat OpenAPI 3 vor und sind insofern sowohl menschen- als auch maschinenlesbar.

Momentan finden sich auf bund.dev bereits Dokumentationen zu mehr als 30 Programmierschnittstellen – wobei die Zahl online verfügbarer und dokumentierbarer Schnittstellen aufgrund des „Gesetzes zur Änderung des E-Government-Gesetzes und zur Einführung des Gesetzes für die Nutzung von Daten des öffentlichen Sektors“ (2. Open-Data-Gesetz) bis 2024 stark anwachsen wird.
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lilith_Wittmann

SourceGrid

SourceGrid is a free open source grid control. Supports virtual grid, custom cells and editors, advanced formatting options and many others features SourceGrid is a Windows Forms control written entirely in C#, goal is to create a simple but flexible grid to use in all of the cases in which it is necessary to visualize or to change a series of data in a table format. There are a lot of controls of this type available, but often are expensive, difficult to be customize or not compatible with .NET. SourceGrid allows users to have customizable datasource which is not in DataSet format.

Free Controls: https://www.syncfusion.com/products/communitylicense

Aardvark’d: 12 Weeks with Geeks

Aardvark’d: 12 Weeks with Geeks is a 2005 documentary film about the development of Fog Creek Copilot, a remote assistance software tool. Conceptualization of the film began when Fog Creek Software CEO Joel Spolsky announced on his blog that he was seeking a filmmaker to document the development of the product, then called Project Aardvark.[1][2]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aardvark%27d:_12_Weeks_with_Geeks

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0813987/

Hardcore Software by Steven Sinofsky

Hardcore Software is a non-fiction, first-person account of the rise and fall of the PC revolution serialized through this platform, one section at a time, once or twice a week.

https://hardcoresoftware.learningbyshipping.com/archive

Through this first person account of Steven Sinofsky’s time at Microsoft, he aim to convey to you an insider’s story of growing influence and corporate obstacles, the evolution of technology that changed the world, and most of all the people that made it happen.

Check out companion videos and demonstrations of legacy products on the YouTube Channel.

https://hardcoresoftware.learningbyshipping.com/archive

What is it like to work with Microsoft’s Dave Cutler?

Dave is one of the most inspiring people I worked with (not closely, to be clear). Not only did he lead the team that built a new OS from scratch that was still compatible with DOS-based Windows, with many features on day one that took years to arrive in competitor’s products, he personally designed and coded the portable, multithreading, multiprocessor, secure NT kernel. He was brilliant.

https://www.quora.com/What-is-it-like-to-work-with-Microsofts-Dave-Cutler

Ex-Microsoft programmer Dave Plummer: I wrote Task Manager

The Microsoft developer who wrote Task Manager, along with other utilities and games, has popped up to „write this stuff down before I forget it all“.

A post on Reddit goes into detail about the tool, familiar to every Windows expert, which if you are lucky lets you terminate errant applications or processes, as well as providing some handy stats on how your PC is or is not performing.

Dave Plummer, or davepl, „started in MS-DOS in 1993 and spent a little more than a decade at Microsoft, leaving after Server 2003“, he told the University of Regina. He talked about the challenges of „coding for a billion machines“, saying: „It’s like you’re building one bull to be released into an infinite number of china shops.“

https://www.theregister.com/2020/05/26/task_manager_confession/

Github: Blazor ressources

Blazor is a .NET web framework using C#/Razor and HTML that runs in the browser with WebAssembly.

Interactive web UI with C#

Blazor lets you build interactive web UIs using C# instead of JavaScript. Blazor apps are composed of reusable web UI components implemented using C#, HTML, and CSS. Both client and server code is written in C#, allowing you to share code and libraries.

Blazor is a feature of ASP.NET, the popular web development framework that extends the .NET developer platform with tools and libraries for building web apps.

Details on github: https://github.com/AdrienTorris/awesome-blazor