Monthly Archives: September 2004

Industry guru Richard Hale Shaw talks to the guys about what's on his mind. Namely, patterns, practices, anti-practices and anti-patterns, best practices, patterns in .NET, the future of C++ and managed code, VB6 as the ultimate anti-pattern, lack of OOP...
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Joe Stagner stopped by to talk about his recent experiences at BorCon, experiences with the Open Source community, Java, and Delphi. In the second half we talked about Rory joining the MSDN evangelism team, VB.NET 2005, the CLR 2.0, XP...
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Mark Miller talks about his experiences developing for Delphi, developing the motion control system for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles stage show, and his masterpiece, CodeRush. Mark is a big advocate of good design. He talks about plug-in architecture, another...
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This weeks show is an interesting conversation with Dave Wecker, a brilliant (we think) architect in the Mobile Platforms Division who is constantly looking for the next thing in mobility, and how to make the mobile platforms better. The conversation...
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