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Merge Conflict 93: Follow the Audit Trail

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Frank Krueger & James Montemagno

Description: A weekly discussion on all things development, technology, & more. Available every Monday from 7am GMT.

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Merge Conflict 93: Follow the Audit Trail

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It is time to release some "real" software and "real" production libraries. We discuss the steps we take to release our libraries out into the wild including a full audit trail of APIs, code, docs, and tons of tiny little things that are easy to skip. We have a blast this week and think you are going to love it.

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Merge Conflict 91: Game Development Chit-chat

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Merge Conflict 90: Going Reactive with Progressive Flutter Apps

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Merge Conflict 89: WebAssembly + Mono == .NET In Your Browser

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