Scott and Carl talk with Shawn Burke on the culmination of his many-year-old plan to get parts of the source of the .NET Framework released. With Visual Studio 2008, a simple process will allow developers to STEP INTO the .NET Framework Source from the IDE. This'll be a great debugging and learni...
Every copy of Windows Vista Home Premium and above has Media Center on it. Have you run your copy? Turns out that you can develop your own '10 foot apps' (that can be run with a remote from your couch) with Visual Studio Express or even Notepad. Scott talks to Charlie Owen to find out how.
Scott adds some much needed detail to last weeks show. Is developing on 64-bit in .NET tricky? What gotchas do you need? Who should move to 64-bit? Recorded from his hotel room the night before Scott goes to work at Microsoft.
Scott's been poking around with LINQ to XML and reports his findings to Carl about life with XDocuments and XElements. They also talk about the bridge classes that link (no pun intended) System.Xml and System.Xml.Linq.
Scott chats with Robert Pickering, author of Foundations of F#. We ask the question 'Why F#?' and talk about functional languages and some of the features of F# that make it a great introduction to FP for .NET programmers.
Scott's got two high-school interns working for him this summer. In this episode Scott talks to High School Seniors Eric and Shady about their experience working at Corillian and their thoughts about learning languages and the future of engineering.
Scott sits down with New York Times Best Selling Author Timothy Ferriss of the 4-Hour Workweek. Tim has an interesting take on how to focus on what's important in your life and offers techniques to be more effective. Scott comes at it from the programmer's perspective.
What's the big deal about Orcas, er, Visual Studio 2008? Scott sits down with his partner in crime, Patrick Cauldwell, and chat about .NET 2.0, 3.0, 3.5, oh my! They also talk a bit about dynamic languages, VB 10, and LINQ.
Scott sits down with Martin Fowler of Thoughtworks and David Heinemeier Hansson of 37 signals and talks about beauty, making developers happen, the death (or life) of HTML, the future of Microsoft, and asks if we should care about Rich Internet Applications. DHH is the creator of the Ruby on Rail...