Episode 112: Bot Framework with Dan Driscoll
We talk with Dan Driscoll about the Microsoft Bot Framework. We put the "L" in SOLID. And I'm sorry, please ask me questions like "who is today's guest?"
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Deploy your ASP.NET 5 App to a Docker Container in five minutes
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