Readify TV is a place to collect videos by Readifarians. We don't actively produce content for this site as a company, however Readify people pop up at so many conferences and events that we end up with quite a bit anyway. This site provides an index to it all. Some are just from internal barcamps and the like, so they're not all the best quality, but they're content we think is still worth sharing.

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  1. All Audiences 57
  2. Consultant 55
  3. Developers 9
  4. Manager 4
  5. Sales Person 4
  6. Marketer 3
  1. All Tags 57
  2. C# 9
  3. Web 9
  4. F# 7
  5. ASP.NET 6
  6. ALM 5
  7. Azure 4
  8. JavaScript 4
  9. Domain-Driven Design 3
  10. Functional Programming 3
  11. Scrum 3
  12. Windows Phone 3
  13. Windows8 3
  14. Agile 2
  15. ALT.Net 2
  16. Android 2
  17. CQRS 2
  18. Functional programming 2
  19. ideas 2
  20. IIS 2
  21. iOS 2
  22. learning 2
  23. Math 2
  24. Presenting 2
  25. VSO 2
  26. Xamarin 2
  27. Alt.Net 1
  28. Arduino 1
  29. ASP.Net 1
  30. ASP.Net-5 1
  31. ASP.NET-vNext 1
  32. Asynchronous programming 1
  33. Azure Service Bus 1
  34. Brisbane Azure User Group 1
  35. Collaboration 1
  36. ColorTheory 1
  37. consultancy 1
  38. Continuous Delivery 1
  39. CSS 1
  40. Customers 1
  41. D3.js 1
  42. Design 1
  43. DevOps 1
  44. DocumentDB 1
  45. Engagements 1
  46. Estimation 1
  47. Event sourcing 1
  48. fear-of-failure 1
  49. Git 1
  50. GitHub 1
  51. Hardware 1
  52. HTTP 1
  53. Internet Explorer 1
  54. IoC 1
  55. IoT 1
  56. Johnny-Five 1
  57. knowledge 1
  58. Lean Startup 1
  59. Messaging 1
  60. Micro Services 1
  61. Neo4j 1
  62. NodeBots 1
  63. NodeJs 1
  64. NoSQL 1
  65. OWIN 1
  66. Pact 1
  67. Pact.NET 1
  68. Pact-Net 1
  69. PowerShell 1
  70. PRINCE2 1
  71. Pull Requests 1
  72. Refactoring 1
  73. REST 1
  74. SharePoint 1
  75. SignalR 1
  76. skill 1
  77. Testing 1
  78. TypeScript 1
  79. Typography 1
  80. Universal Apps 1
  81. VisualDesign 1
  82. VS 1
  83. Windows 1
  84. Windows Store 1

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Design, VisualDesign, ColorTheory, Typography

Consultant, Developers

Andrew Bowen

A talk about basics of design aimed for developer audience.

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NodeBots, IoT, Arduino, Johnny-Five, NodeJs, Hardware

Consultant, Developers

Neil Campbell

A discussion about NodeBots and how I see it as a way to start thinking about and experimenting with IoT.

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Pact, Pact-Net, Pact.NET, Micro Services, Testing, HTTP

Consultant, Developers

Neil Campbell

Building systems using a microservice style helps solve many of the problems we typically face when dealing with monolithic applications. We know that introducing these specialised services, will also increase the number of integration points. So how do we go about testing these integrations in a smart, robust and maintainable way?

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F#, Functional programming, Domain-Driven Design

Consultant, Developers

Liam McLennan

A discussion of the issues with object-relational mapping and some possible solutions.

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ASP.Net, ASP.Net-5

Consultant, Developers

Aaron Powell

The ASP.Net team are working on a new platform, but what does this mean for ASP.Net development today?

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consultancy, skill, knowledge, learning

Consultant, Developers

Emad Alashi

Emad talks about acquiring knowledge, how to look at it, the different channels can be used for the different scenarios, and some tips and tricks on how to be efficient at it

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ALM, VSO, D3.js, REST

Developers

Richard Banks

Presented at the MVP 2 MVP day prior to the 2014 Microsoft MVP Summit. It shows how you can use d3 to create your own charts using data from Visual Studio Online.

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F#, Functional programming

Consultant, Developers

Daniel Chambers

Are you a C# programmer that loves the power and fluency of libraries like LINQ and RX? Do you sometimes find it difficult to write your own expressive, clean, reliable and concurrent code? Have you looked at functional programming and been terrified by math symbols and scary sounding words like "monad" and "category theory"? In this talk we'll introduce and discuss how to use F# and functional programming techniques to write that cleaner, more expressive and reliable code that you've always wanted; and we'll even show you it all running inside a real website, not just on the console!

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Azure, DocumentDB, Alt.Net

Developers

Richard Banks

A walkthrough of the new Azure DocumentDB service at the Sydney Alt.Net group, Aug 2014.