Atlas in Spanish…


Andres Sanabria, the lead PM for ASP.NET and Atlas, happens to be from glorious Colombia recently did an interview in Spanish about Atlas… While my high school Spanish clearly fails me, knowing Anders I know this is good stuff!   


 


If you can understand Spanish give it a listen and let the rest of us know what he says 😉


Comments (10)

  1. now that’s good news

  2. Brad,

    the talk is very basic:

    The topics covered are:

    * what he is doing at microsoft

    * what is atlas

    * atlas and server side controls (removing postbascks and adding behaviours to existing controls)

    * atlas client side programming (OO feeling added to javascript)

    * authentication in atlas using web services

    * component vendors and atlas

    * atlas toolkit

    * what’s needed to develop using atlas

    Hope it helps.

  3. Max M says:

    It’s Colombia, by the way. 🙂

  4. Brandon Aday says:

    Hola Brad,

    This is Brandon Aday, from Microsoft Latin American Regional HQ, down in South Florida. I’m the producer of MSDN Radio, where that interview was broadcasted, and I’m glad to see we are gaining an English audience! The interviewer, Jose Luis Manners, brought your blog posting to my attention. He is also a big fan of yours, so perhaps if we get a translator, we could get an interview with you as well 🙂

    If you have any other Spanish speaking readers, you can direct them our way for tons of webcasts, podcasts and "How To" Videos all in Spanish, created by the community.

    Thanks for the free advertising 😉

    Brandon Aday

    Latin America Regional HQ – D&PE | 1 954 492 5232 |  http://www.microsoft.com/spanish/msdn/latam/mediacenter

  5. It seems like one of the interviews I did for MSDN Radio has been noticed in other markets…

  6. subgurim says:

    I’m also glad that ASP.NET speaks a little of spanish.

    I’m the webmaster of an <a href="http://www.es-asp.net">ASP.NET</a&gt; portal in spanish, and I’m working hard on it 😀

  7. subgurim says:

    I’m also glad that ASP.NET speaks a little of spanish.

    I’m the webmaster of an ASP.NET portal in spanish ( http://www.es-asp.net ), and I’m working hard on it 😀

  8. It seems like one of the interviews I did&amp;nbsp;for MSDN Radio has&amp;nbsp;been noticed&amp;nbsp;in other markets…

  9. MSDN Archive says:

    >> knowing Anders I know this is good stuff!  

    how about knowing Andres?  Although now I wonder if AndersH knows Spanish 🙂

  10. Mitmar says:

    Muy Bien!

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