.NET food for the brains! From : Dot Net Rocks

Juval Löwy (Again)

This week, Carl and Mark talk to Juval Lowy about, among other things, the new version of C# (2.0). Of the new features, Juval's favorite is Generics. Generics allow you to define data structures without ...

Carl and Mark Fly Solo!

This week Carl and Mark got to do a show they've been waiting for a long time to do. The conversation touches on the new application blocks (bluebricks - from the MS Patterns and Practices Group), string ...

Tim Huckaby

Tim talks about projects, demos, info-path, drinking water out of a vodka bottle, VS Tools for Office, Speaking at Tech-Ed, smart clients and all the stuff he learned working at Microsoft in Redmond.

INETA

The International .NET Association (INETA) provides structured, peer-based organizational, educational, and promotional support to the growing worldwide community of Microsoft® .NET user groups. INETA’s ...

Chris Sells (Again)

Chris talks with Carl and Mark about Longhorn, Working at Microsoft, his book with Don Box, his new Windows Forms book, dealing with Printer Margins, passing command-line arguments to auto-deployed applications, ...

Jorge Oblitas

Carl and Mark talk to Jorge about how developers think, their approach to problem solving, how Microsoft makes development too easy sometimes, and about how developers think of their role in their companies. ...

Ingo Rammer

Carl caught up with Ingo at the New Orleans Hilton during DevConnections, a conference where they were both speaking. Carl and ingo talk all about .NET Remoting, and Ingo shares some critical insights ...

Russ Fustino

Russ talks with us about the Windows Server 2003 and Visual Studio.NET 2003 launch (recorded the same day), what's new in VS.NET 2003, upgrading, and what's new in the New England district

Michael Stuart

He talks with us about the current blocks available, for ADO.NET and Exception Handling, and also gives us a sneak peek at the next bluebricks coming down the road, including a User Interface facade ...

Dino Esposito

Dino shares some valuable tips and insights into the innerworkings of ASP.NET security, IIS Impersonation, how VIEWSTATE is encoded, the serialization engine, how to store encrypted values in the registry, ...

Paul Sheriff

Paul talks with Mark and Carl about ASP.NET performance tuning, tips, viewstate info, smart navigation, layout mode and more, and Paul shares some great insights and stories from the field. Lots of great ...

Ethan Winer and Bob Zale

Carl and Mark talk with Ethan and Bob about the Good Old Days of the BASIC language, and some of their experiences early on in the first days of the industry, as well as PowerBASIC past, present, and ...

Stephen Forte

Stephen talks about the International .NET Association (INETA - www.ineta.org), relates his .NET success stories, and talks about design patterns, COM Interop, Performance Anxiety, ASP.NET Forms Authentication, ...

Bill Vaughn (Again)

Bill talks with us again picking up where our last conversation with him left off, talking about ADO.NET concurrency, SQL database design, dealing with Data Adapters, and a few other interesting tangents. ...

Scott Hanselman

Mark Dunn is on temporary leave in Redmond, WA this week teaching a beta Architecture class. Scott and Carl chat about .NET, C#, Reflection, Regular Expressions, Freeware, Code Sharing, Config Files, ...

Alan Cooper

Alan has a lot to say about programming, programmers, and focuses intently on what's wrong with programming as we know it. Why do businesspeople fear programmers? Is the construction of software managed? ...

Ken Getz

Ken talks about asynchronous calls, events, delegates, the next version of Microsoft Office, printing, C# vs VB.NET, being a control freak, Visual Studio.NET 2003, and training videos.

Nickolas Landry

Carl and Mark talk with Nick about Mobile computing, and how .NET fully supports mobile devices. A surprise phone call from Tim Huckaby forces us to extend this lousy show for an extra half-hour, but ...

Scott Stanfield

Scott talks about the human side of software development, the .NET Pet Shop wars; a now famous head-to-head battle between .NET and Java, and talks about his company, Vertigo Software, and the work that ...

Chris Sells

Chris talks with Carl and Mark about COM and .NET components, finalizers, disposing, Smart Client Windows Forms Applications (we still don't know what to call these things), how to navigate sellsbrothers.com, ...