Monthly Archives: May 2011

Just Ask George-current...
Continue Reading →
Carl and Richard talk to Michele Leroux Bustamante about identity. Michele starts the conversation with the state of the union on identity. She walks through the evolution of identity concepts and how the various peices are being implemented. Michele also...
Continue Reading →
Ignoring the unusual show number, Steve Smith talks to Carl and Richard about his experiences tuning ASP.NET for better performance. Steve tells three different stories from different eras of web development, also digging into situations where he's made mistakes, where...
Continue Reading →
Carl and Richard talk to Mark Arteaga about his experiences building Windows Phone 7 applications. The conversation starts with a run down of what's coming in the upcoming Mango release. Mark then digs into the challenges of small teams building...
Continue Reading →
Carl and Richard talk to professors Andreas Wicenec and Kevin Vinsen of the ICRAR and SKA project. SKA is the Square Kilometer Array for radio astronomy. The concept is to build a really huge array of radio telescopes that work...
Continue Reading →
Carl and Richard talk to Brian Lagunas about the Extended WPF Toolkit. The Extended WPF Toolkit goes beyond Microsoft's WPF Toolkit to add even more controls for WPF. Since September 2010, Brian has been adding controls to the library, as...
Continue Reading →
What, another mobile panel? Yes - a totally different one. This mobile panel discussion was recorded at the Norwegian Developer Conference. Lots of strong debate about HTML 5 vs. native applications, the power and problems of PhoneGap and how app...
Continue Reading →
While Richard is climbing a mountain in Nepal, Carl talks to the US regional winners of Imagine Cup 2011....
Continue Reading →
Carl and Richard talk to Cory Fowler about running PHP on Azure. Cory digs into the challenges of getting PHP up and running in Azure, especially the evil popup dialog box. Cory also points out the Microsoft Web Platform Installer...
Continue Reading →