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Rocky Lhotka (Again!)

Rocky Lhotka talks about his new book, the CSLA framework, and makes the case for business objects in this world of DataSets and XML. He also talked a bit about WhiteHorse, Microsoft's new designers ...

TechEd 2004

In this, our first show after a much-needed vacation, we take you to TechEd 2004 in San Diego. We walked around on the show floor and talked to some of our former and future guests about TechEd, what's ...

DonXML Talks XML

Rory somehow convinced DonXML to drive up to the .NET Rocks! Studios for our first Thursday-night live show.Don Demsak (a.k.a. DonXML) is all about XML and related technologies, and as such he told us ...

Tony Bain on SQL

Tony Bain talks with Rory and Chris Sells about the issues developers face when building SQL Server based applications. Topics include optimization strategies and tools, how DBAs can help, transaction ...

All About DevDays

Chris Flores, Jay Roxe, and Brian Goldfarb from Microsoft tell developers what they can expect from DevDays, a one-day conference in your local area hosted by Microsoft and your local Regional Director. ...

.NET Rocks! Live!

Hey, it's our first Live .NET Rocks! Show EVER! Oh yeah, we recorded a show live at the PDC, but we didn't broadcast it live! What's more, Carl's co-host is none-other than the infamous Rory Blyth This ...

Brian Noyes on ClickOnce

In our first post-Mark show, Carl interviews developer and author Brian Noyes. Brian has focused his studies and development efforts on Smart Client development, and in this interview brings us from ...

Rory Blyth on Rory Blyth

In this, Mark's last show, Carl and Mark welcome Rory Blyth, who writes a very popular blog at neopoleon.com. Rory's blog has become well known at Microsoft and in the .NET blogsphere in general.Rory ...