Today posts is a big THANKS to the excellent technical communities of which I am part.
Let me start with a bit of context
- When I came to Canada and started with the podcast (link), I didn’t expected to have much success. I do not measure the success with the listeners of each episode, but rather by the feedback of the people. By now is great!
- Between this feedback, there are people who also makes requests or suggest topics. A few days ago someone (keep it anonymous), asked me to add at some point DotNetCore and PowerShell in linux as topics for the podcast.
- I asked if he wanted to engage with these issues, and I responded that No, that did not have the level.
- And here it all began
And now the timeline of the events
- Yesterday morning I put a tweet asking if anyone was interested in talking about these issues
- Shortly afterwards, Jorge Cupi (@JorgeCupi) from Ecuador puts me in contact with JuanK Ruiz (@JuanKRuiz) from Colombia. They both works in Microsoft.
- JunaK added to the thread a couple of technical communities cracks Julio Avellaneda (@julitogtu), Nicolas Herrera (@nicolocodev) and Matias Quaranta (@ealsur)
- A couple of minutes later, I’ve coordinated with Julio Avellaneda (@julitogtu) y Nicolas Herrera (@nicolocodev) to record a podcast next week !
- And as a bonus, Matias Quaranta (@ealsur) makes me aware of an initiative for technical communities of ASP.Net and .Net in general which is great! It will be public perhaps next week !
- So today, after running a couple of miles, I finished the cycle with a thank you
Greetings @ Toronto
- Podcast, El Bruno – No tiene nombre
- Jorge Cupi (@JorgeCupi)
- JuanK Ruiz (@JuanKRuiz)
- Julio Avellaneda (@julitogtu)
- Nicolas Herrera (@nicolocodev)
- Matias Quaranta (@ealsur)