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We Have Arrived!

We have arrived at our 100th show! Richard Campbell, Mark Dunn, Nick Landry, Geoff Maciolek, and Chris Sells join Carl in this look at shows past, present, and future. Lots of fun and you'll learn a ...

Forte on SQL 2005

New York Regional Director Stephen Forte talks with Carl and Rory about many cool things, including SQL Server 2005 (Yukon). He's got some good advice for how to get the most out of it. As well, the ...

Jay Roxe Rocks!

Microsoft Product Manager for Visual Basic.NET, Jay Roxe drops by to talk about his work on the .NET Framework including System.Object, System.String, and System.Text.StringBuilder. In the second half ...

Juval Löwy on .NET 2.0

Juval Löwy joins Carl, Rory, and the gang this week for a romp through .NET 2.0 in all its glory. Juval talks about serialization now and in 2.0, the new System.Transaction namespace and how cool it ...

The Whidbey Show

We try to have representatives from Microsoft on the show every once in a while to talk about what's happening in Redmond. This week we had four program managers for the Evangelism team: Scott Burmester, ...

Chris Sells Checks In

.NET Rocks! regular guest (and guest host) Chris Sells joins Carl and the gang for a really fun discussion (after he comments on the mail and news) about Longhorn and WinFX, Longhorn features on XP, ...

Fritz Onion on ASP.NET

Noted author and software engineer Fritz Onion is our guest this week on .NET Rocks! After lavishing praise on F.O. for what seemed an eternity, Carl and Rory get down to the HTTP Pipeline, the HTTPContext, ...

Richard Hale Shaw Speaks!

Industry guru Richard Hale Shaw talks to the guys about what's on his mind. Namely, patterns, practices, anti-practices and anti-patterns, best practices, patterns in .NET, the future of C++ and managed ...

Dave Wecker - Toy Boy

This weeks show is an interesting conversation with Dave Wecker, a brilliant (we think) architect in the Mobile Platforms Division who is constantly looking for the next thing in mobility, and how to ...