The .NET Show: The Final Episode – Silverlight

After over seven years, and 63 episodes, the time has come to bring The .NET Show to a close. Trust me, the decision is not based on any lack of content or slowdown in the advancement of .NET and related technologies, far from it! As proof, in this episode we focus on one of the…

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The .NET Show: ASP.NET AJAX Extensions

I’m pleased to announce that the latest episode of “The .NET Show” has now been posted:http://msdn.microsoft.com/theshow/episode.aspx?xml=theshow/en/episode062/manifest.xmlthe topic for this episode is: The .NET Show: ASP.NET AJAX ExtensionsIn this episode I meet with Brad Abrams, Matt Gibbs, and Bertrand Le Roy to examine the features, capabilities, and potential of the recently released ASP.NET AJAX Extensions for…

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The .NET Show: Office Live

http://msdn.microsoft.com/theshow/episode.aspx?xml=theshow/en/episode060/manifest.xml You know, one of these days this whole blog thing will gel for me and I’ll actually keep things up to date. But knowing my luck, by the time that happens blogs will be so passe that I’ll still be out-of-date. The .NET Show: Vista Readiness  I forgot to post an announcement about the…

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New Episode of The .NET Show: Longhorn Server

Ooops, I’ve been a bit lax, and forgot to post the announcement for the latest episode. Windows Server “Longhorn”http://msdn.microsoft.com/theshow/episode.aspx?xml=theshow/en/episode058/manifest.xml Yeah, you might recall that “Longhorn” was the codename for what is now officially named “Windows Vista”, but there is also a “as of yet not officially named” Server version of this product as well, and so…

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New Episode of The .NET Show: DSI

The .NET Show: DSI This is the third of four episode in which we will be investigating some of the core technologies and products that are associated with the ITPro. But don’t worry, we are also not forgetting about the developers in the audience. DSI stands for the “Dynamic Systems Initiative” and it represents a…

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New Episode: The .NET Show: IIS 7.0

Scott Guthrie is a familiar face to “The .NET Show” and so we welcome him back in this episode to share with us details about the upcoming release of IIS 7.0. He’s joined by Bill Staples, and together they explain a lot of the great changes that have been added to this product. We’ll also…

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New Episode of The .NET Show: WMI Scripting

  The .NET Show   For the next several episodes of “The .NET Show” I will be focusing on the issues and interests facing the ITPro. My current line up starts with WMI Scripting, followed by IIS 7.0 (which I am filming on Wednesday), then DSI (Dynamic Systems Initiative), and lastly Windows “Longhorn” Server. We had…

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New Shows Coming!

Just because I haven’t posted anything for a while, doesn’t mean we’re gone! It just means, well, I’m not really that good of a “blogger”. Perhaps I should ask Scoble for some tips. Yes, I realize that it’s been a few months since the last episode, this was unfortunately just due to a variety of…

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New Episode! The .NET Show: WinFX SDK (Live! from PDC’05)

The .NET Show: WinFX SDK (Live! From PDC’05)(http://msdn.microsoft.com/theshow/episode.aspx?xml=theshow/en/episode054/manifest.xml) Yeah, it’s been a while since the last episode was released, but hey! there’s been a lot going on! (ok, probably an old excuse). To film this episode, we went “on location” to beautiful downtown Los Angeles at the Los Angeles Convention Center. This was the site of “PDC’05”…

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The .NET Show: LIVE! At the PDC

Are YOU going to the PDC? WE ARE! No doubt you’ll be seeing Erica, myself, and our camera crew all over the PDC where we will be filming various special segments for the PDC as well as filming our next episode. In our PDC episode, we’ll be talking with Steven Goulet and some of the…

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