Monthly Archives: July 2011

Carl and Richard talk to Pete Brown from Microsoft about the cool things he's working on, including building a Commodore 64 emulator in Silverlight! Pete also touches on the fact that Silverlight is not dying at all - there's lots...
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Carl and Richard talk to Mark Rendle about Simple.Data. As Mark describes it, Simple.Data is not an ORM because there's no objects and no relational mapping. Simple.Data is a dynamic data utility to make your data persistence layer as light...
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Carl and Richard talk to Brad Abrams late of Microsoft, now at Google. Recently moved to Palo Alto, Brad talks about Google+, Google's social networking application for sharing thoughts, pictures and video. Brad has just joined the team to start...
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Carl and Richard talk to Rey Bango from Microsoft about his web development career. Rey has deep ties into the Javascript community and talks about how Javascript development process has evolved. Today Rey takes care of the Script Junkies web...
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Carl and Richard talk to Sebastien Lambla about OpenRasta and OpenWrap. OpenRasta is a framework for simplifying building resource-oriented web-based applications. OpenRasta can work with ASP.NET or directly with HTTP.SYS. OpenRasta will work side-by-side with ASP.NET MVC, Webforms and more....
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Carl and Richard talk to Geoff Smith and Howard van Rooijen about S#arp architecture. S#arp architecture provides guidance on how to build ASP.NET MVC applications with nHibernate. It follows Eric Evan's Domain Driven Design principles very closely. The conversation also...
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One more show from NDC - a silly one. Late in the conference, Carl and Richard talked to Uncle Bob Martin about professionalism, clean code and the Clojure language. Lots of jokes and giggling in this one - we were...
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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...
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