Merge Conflict is a weekly discussion with Frank and James on all things development, technology, & more. After years of being friends, Frank and James finally decided to sit down and start a podcast about their lives as mobile developers using C#, Xamarin, and .NET MAUI. Much more than just another mobile development podcast, Merge Conflict, reaches all areas of development including desktop, server, and of course mobile. They also cover fun things happening in the world of technology and gaming and whatever else happens to be on Frank's and James' minds.
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We are days away from WWDC so instead of making you wait a week we have our predictions first and then will break down with a special episode after the event! Follow Us Frank: Twitter, Blog, GitHub James: Twitter, Blog, GitHub Merge Conflict: Twitter... more
It's that time again for lighting topics! This week we first recap and give our impressions of Microsoft Build 2023 and then tackle some of your questions! Passkeys (vs passwords + MFA) Pros and cons of apps with UI on Canvas How worried should we be... more
James is on a mission to get his app on as many platforms as possible. This time he dives through his journey of getting his Android apps into the Amazon App Store which also means onto Windows 11! What did he have to do and what was the experience l... more
Started listening after hearing about them on Techmeme Ride Home. This podcast is well done, the hosts seem knowledgeable and are interesting to listen too. more
James and Frank are a must listen for me every week. My team works on in-house software for an Australia wide flower delivery company. We have applications of various ages in many technologies (web, desktop, and most recently, mobile apps for couriers and florists). I really enjoy the episodes on the process of upgrading apps, it’s not easy in brownfield, and Frank and James provide candid and real world views on the hurdles.
Very Knowledgeable hosts. If you’re a software developer you’ll learn a lot listening to this podcast.
I’ve been listening since the early days and the guys consistently provide great shows. The sound quality is fantastic (which is not something all tech podcasts can say) and they feel like old friends at this point! Keep up the great work.
I started listening to Frank and James when I was looking for .Net related podcasts to listen to but they also talk about so many other cool topics. This and the .net rocks podcasts are my favorite podcasts and both have great hosts with great chemistry :)
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Merge Conflict launched 7 years ago and published 365 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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