Alexa.Tip – Build Unit Tested Skills in .NET

In this Alexa.Tip series, we explore some little bits of code that can make your life easier in developing Alexa Skills in many languages including C# + .NET, node.jS + TypeScript, Kotlin, etc. We look at concepts, design patterns, and implementations that developers might not be aware of, and how they can be applied to … Continue reading Alexa.Tip – Build Unit Tested Skills in .NET

Alexa.Tip – Using Dependency Injection with Handlers in .NET

In this Alexa.Tip series, we explore some little bits of code that can make your life easier in developing Alexa Skills in many languages including C# + .NET, node.jS + TypeScript, Kotlin, etc. We look at concepts, design patterns, and implementations that developers might not be aware of, and how they can be applied to … Continue reading Alexa.Tip – Using Dependency Injection with Handlers in .NET

Alexa.Tip – Using Handler Registration Pattern in .NET

In this Alexa.Tip series, we explore some little bits of code that can make your life easier in developing Alexa Skills in many languages including C# + .NET, node.jS + TypeScript, Kotlin, etc. We look at concepts, design patterns, and implementations that developers might not be aware of, and how they can be applied to … Continue reading Alexa.Tip – Using Handler Registration Pattern in .NET

New Exam! AWS Certified Alexa Skill Builder – Specialty Exam

Earlier this summer, myself along with other Alexa Skill Subject Matter Experts (including Voicify CTO, Nick Laidlaw) joined Amazon to help create the new Certification Exam for Alexa Skill Builders. We put in a lot of work over some intense workshops to develop and iterate on exam-worth questions and continue to work with the team … Continue reading New Exam! AWS Certified Alexa Skill Builder – Specialty Exam

Alexa.Tip – Build Intent Handlers in .NET

In this Alexa.Tip series, we explore some little bits of code that can make your life easier in developing Alexa Skills in many languages including C# + .NET, node.jS + TypeScript, Kotlin, etc. We look at concepts that developers might not be aware of, design patterns that and how they can be applied to voice … Continue reading Alexa.Tip – Build Intent Handlers in .NET

Alexa.Tip – Using Entity Framework in Your C# Alexa Skill Lambda

In this Alexa.Tip series, we explore some little bits of code that can make your life easier in developing Alexa Skills in many languages including C# + .NET, node.jS + TypeScript, Kotlin, etc. We look at concepts that developers might not be aware of, design patterns that and how they can be applied to voice … Continue reading Alexa.Tip – Using Entity Framework in Your C# Alexa Skill Lambda

Alexa.Tip – Access Lambda Environment Variables in .NET

In this Alexa.Tip series, we explore some little bits of code that can make your life easier in developing Alexa Skills in many languages including C# + .NET, node.jS + TypeScript, Kotlin, etc. We look at concepts that developers might not be aware of, design patterns that and how they can be applied to voice … Continue reading Alexa.Tip – Access Lambda Environment Variables in .NET

Alexa.Tip – Build Better Responses in .NET With SSML

In this Alexa.Tip series, we explore some little bits of code that can make your life easier in developing Alexa Skills in many languages including C# + .NET, node.jS + TypeScript, Kotlin, etc. We look at concepts that developers might not be aware of, design patterns that and how they can be applied to voice … Continue reading Alexa.Tip – Build Better Responses in .NET With SSML

Alexa.Tip – How to Host Alexa Skills in Azure

If you’re a .NET developer in the Azure cloud sphere and want to start dabbling in Alexa Skill Development, you don’t have to uproot your entire career and development process to go learn AWS, how Lambdas work, the serverless lifecycle, etc. In this post, we’ll go over just how easy it can be to build … Continue reading Alexa.Tip – How to Host Alexa Skills in Azure

Video – Kotlin for C# Developers at NDC Oslo

In June, I had the amazing privilege of giving a talk at NDC Oslo called “Kotlin for C# Developers”! Lucky for you, NDC records all of their sessions, so you can check out the recording from YouTube right here 🙂 Dive into the latest craze in languages and platforms – Kotlin. This time we will … Continue reading Video – Kotlin for C# Developers at NDC Oslo