Monthly Archives: December 2010

Carl, Richard and Mark Miller chat about events that occurred in 2010 that affect the .NET world. From C# to F#, Studio to Lightswitch, Windows Phone 7 to Kinect. What a great year!...
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Carl and Richard talk to Shaun Walker, CTO of DotNetNuke Corp. Last time Shaun was on the show, the commercial version of DotNetNuke was just starting out. Shaun brings us up to date on the state of the business, the...
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Carl and Richard talk to Eric Falsken of db4o. db4o is an open source object database for Java and .NET. Object databases have been around since the 1980s, but recently have become part of the NoSQL movement. Eric discusses the...
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Carl and Richard talk to Miguel de Icaza about MonoMac and rest the of the Mono universe. MonoMac is a set of tools to let .NET developers build applications for the Mac using the Mac UI elements in Cocoa....
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Carl and Richard did a series of interviews at Oredev with folks building mobile applications. First up is Jeff Wilcox, who talks about Silverlight in the context of Windows Phone 7 and beyond. Next, Marcus Zarra talks about building iPhone...
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Carl and Richard talk to Shawn Wildermuth about Silverlight, Windows Phone 7, HTML 5, oData and more! Yes, a lot of topics, but it all holds together on how people are going to build applications in the future, for the...
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Carl and Richard talk to John Waters and Walt Ritscher about the data access technologies available to work with Silverlight. The conversation wanders over all of XAML, including WPF and Windows Phone 7....
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Curt Keller: Benchmark Email...
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Never Get a Real Job with Scott D. Gerber...
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Carl and Richard chat with Microsoft Vice President and all around great guy, Scott Guthrie. Scott talks about some of the new features coming in Silverlight 5. The conversation jumps over to HTML 5 toward the end, focusing on what...
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