Monthly Archives: March 2007

Oren Eini, creator of Rhino Mocks, reprises his DNR tv appearance with discussions on the effectiveness and power of NHibernate, coding advantages and the joys of authoring open source work....
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Bill Wagner is back to talk about C# with topics from his best-selling book, Effective C#. Bill is a multi-faceted developer, however, and the conversation turned to topics like community. Great stuff....
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Michele checks in with Carl and Richard on the state of WCF. Not to be missed!...
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The always brilliant and delightful Kate Gregory talks with Carl and Richard about her passion, which is managed C++, as well as Vista, UAC and other things geekish....
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Jack Greenfield talks about software factories, or software that builds software. The conceptual and practical aspects of the future of software development, and implications for developers are discussed....
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Shaun Walker is back to talk about advances in DotNetNuke, his incredible open-source ASP.NET framework. .NET Nuke has been an increasingly popular option for development of ASP.NET sites and applications ever since it arrived on the scene in the early...
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Dare Obasanjo talks to us about his work with Windows Live Server technologies, Windows Live Messenger, and RSS Bandit, his open source RSS aggregator....
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Microsoftee Paul Randal drops by for an engaging talk about his contributions to the recoverability of SQL Server 2005, which are many (Can you say CHECKDB?). An old friend of ours, and a fairly new friend if Paul's, busts in...
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