.NET Rocks: Amir Rajan Does Frictionless Development with Oak

.NET Rocks

Carl and Richard talk to Amir Rajan about his Oak project on GitHub. Amir discusses his approach to building Single Page Applications (SPA) using an array of open source tools including Rake (from the Ruby stack), nSpec, Canopy, Growl and more. The conversation digs into how C# fits into the equa.

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Carl and Richard talk to Amir Rajan about his Oak project on GitHub. Amir discusses his approach to building Single Page Applications (SPA) using an array of open source tools including Rake (from the Ruby stack), nSpec, Canopy, Growl and more. The conversation digs into how C# fits into the equation, and how Oak provides the dynamic typing that C# needs to work well in the Javascript driven world of SPA. Amir also talks about this development stack works well with different editors since it is file focused for complication, testing and deployment. There's a little taste of DevOps in this great conversation on modern web development!

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