Monthly Archives: July 2008

Charles Stacy Harris talks about technologies used to automate his home using .NET interfaces. Geek out!...
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Carl and Richard catch up with Kate Gregory to talk Vista, VB, C++, and her latest thoughts and experiences....
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David Wolf : The Smallbiz Brain...
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James Kovacs talks about the Castle Windsor project, and gives the clearest definitions of Inversion of Control (IOC) containers, Dependency Injection, and the reasons why we need to think about these techniques. Critical listening for all .NET developers....
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Jeff Richter is back to talk about how Windows manages memory, from the early versions of Windows to the .NET Framework. Geek out!...
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Ted Neward and Joel Pobar talk about Rotor, the open source .net framework reference implementation. Ted and Joel have written a book on Rotor 2.0...
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Brian Randell is back to talk about Microsoft Virtualization technologies focusing on Hyper-V, the kernel-level virtualization technology built into Windows Server 2008....
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David Wolf : The Smallbiz Brain...
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This is as close to Jerry Springer as we get! A great panel discussion from TechEd 2008 about balancing software quality with other factors such as cost and time taken....
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Carl and Richard get the skinny from Nathan Pocock on OPC (open process collabaration), and the advances made using OPC as a comprehensive interface with PLCs (programmable logic controllers)....
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