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Monthly Archives: October 2011

A great discussion with three successful software entrepeneurs with stories and advice about venturing out on your own in the wild and potentially lucrative world of software....
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Carl and Richard talk to Alexander Groß about Machine.Specification (MSpec). MSpec was initially developed by Aaron Jensen as a context/specification framework to help construct tests in a more behaviour driven development style. MSpec provides a language for describing the context...
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Carl and Richard talk to Juval Lowy about his latest thoughts on software development. As always, Juval has a controversial angle on things. After outlining the problems of current software development approaches, Juval goes on to define a new role...
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Carl and Richard talk to Paul Lewis about doing 3D graphics in HTML 5. Paul has built a 3D engine in HTML 5 called A3. The conversation dives into the power of 3D rendering in the latest generation of browser...
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Carl and Richard talk about electric cars with a special guest - Bruce Meacham! Bruce talks about his experience converting and driving a BMW 325 to pure electric. After talking about conversions, they dig into electric cars like the Telsa...
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Introducing episode one of The Tablet Show, a new weekly .NET Rocks! spinoff primarily for .NET developers but focused on Tablet development (WinRT/Metro, iOS and Android). For the inaugural show, Carl and Richard talk to Rocky Lhotka and Billy Hollis...
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Carl and Richard talk to Philip Laureano about Nemerle. Nemerle is a multi-paradigm programming language for .NET. Similar to C#, it goes beyond C# to provide metaprogramming features, allowing you to write code that changes code on the fly. Phil...
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Carl and Richard talk to Greg Philpott about X++, the most popular language you've never heard of. X++ is the programming language for Microsoft Dynamics AX, an Enterprise Resource Planning product formerly known as Navision. Greg digs into how X++...
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