Monthly Archives: August 2004

Well-known author, developer, and speaker Don Kiely tells us why it's important to develop software (and do everything else on your PC) running as a non-admin. He offers some advice on what the pitfalls and challenges are as well as...
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Charles Petzold talks with Carl and Rory about his books including Programming Windows; Code; and his .NET books, his love of computer and math history, his exploits with early electronic music, and tells some stories from the old days (at...
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DotNetNuke is a free ASP.NET based content management system with a huge installbase and support community. Shaun Walker is it's creator, and Jim Duffy is probably its biggest evangelist. This is a great laid-back show in which you'll learn all...
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Noted developer Miguel de Icaza talks about the Mono project. Ever wanted to run your .NET applications on Linux or a Mac, check out this show!...
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Kimberly Tripp offers critical insights into SQL Server 2000 addressing Indexing, optimizing procedural code, the nightmare of row-based operations, and more. This show is 2.5 hours long!...
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