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Monthly Archives: February 2011

Carl and Richard talk to Giorgio Sardo about the IE9 Release Candidate. Giorgio talks about his experience with Imagine Cup a few years back before diving into what's new in IE9. These features include geolocation and Web Open Font Format....
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Carl and Richard talk to Gael Fraiteur about the state of PostSharp and Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP). Gael talks about the advantage of AOP, modifying applications without changing source code by using post-compilation techniques. He digs into different examples of...
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Carl and Richard talk to Udi Dahan about Command-Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS). CQRS is an enterprise application pattern derived from the DDD movement, where responsibility for data integrity and consistency lies soley in the application itself. The conversation digs deeply...
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Celebritize Yourself with Marsha Friedman...
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Carl and Richard talk to Rob Eisenberg about Caliburn.Micro, a MVVM framework available on Codeplex. Caliburn.Micro takes Convention-over-Configuration further, utilizing naming conventions to handle a large number of data binding, validation and other action-based characteristics in your app....
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Carl and Richard talk to Josh Holmes about Microsoft's Web Matrix! Josh keynoted the launch of WebMatrix at CodeMash in January 2011. Web Matrix brings together great installer technologies with some of the latest Microsoft web application technologies to make...
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Carl and Richard talk to Joe O'Brien about efforts to bring Ruby on Rails to the Windows platform. The conversation digs into current community efforts to get Ruby on Rails working on Windows, the state of IronRuby and the role...
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Andy Stewart on The Investor-Matching and Rolodex System...
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Carl and Richard talk to Andrew Russell about converting applications from XNA to Silverlight, iPhone and even Android. Andrew is working on a project called ExEn to make migration between these platforms easier....
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Carl and Richard talk to Andrew Parsons and Alfred Thompson about getting students interested in programming. The conversation spans over use of computers in schools, teaching fundamental uses of computers, actual programming, and looking beyond. Andrew gets into Imagine Cup,...
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