New Episode: ADFS

We’ve just posted a new episode of The .NET Show. This one is on “Active Directory Federation Services” (ADFS, formerly known as “Trustbridge”). This is an authorization system that will allow secure cross-domain authorization and access to data, and since it uses the existing Authorization Manager (AzMan for short) methodology, it means that existing applications…

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Finished Filming: Active Directory Federation Services

This last Tuesday (Nov 9) we filmed our next episode of “The .NET Show”. This one is on ADFS, which is a technology being worked on which will greatly expand the capabilities for controling and coordinating the authentication and authorization of accounts across various network boundaries. As we will point out in this episode, by…

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New Episode – "Connected Systems"

A new episode of The .NET Show is now available: http://msdn.microsoft.com/theshow/episode046/default.asp In this episode we will be looking at the benefits and capabilities of “Connected Systems”. While I suppose technically if you stick a network cable into the back of your laptop that could be called a connected system… that’s not what we are talking…

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Finished Filming: “Connected Systems”

We are now in the “post production” phase of our next episode, which will be on “Connected Systems”. This term is used to refer to applications and infrastructure services which interact, or are… well.. “connected”. Our current network infrastructres are far more complex then they were just a few years ago, and a lot of…

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New Episode: Smart Clients

A new episode of The .NET Show is now available. http://msdn.microsoft.com/theshow/episode045/default.asp In this episode me and my guests discuss the purpose and importance of “Smart Client” applications. This is not just a return to the classic “pre-web” compiled apps, but this represents a class of application that are specifically designed to take advantage of the…

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New Episode: Introduction to Visual Studio 2005

Some of you may know it more by it’s “Whidbey” codename, but it’s official name is now “Visual Studio 2005”. Jason Zander and Amnon Horowitz describe how Visual Studio has evolved over time to create a great way to develop managed codeIt currently is in beta, and in this new episode of “The .NET Show”…

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Finished Filming: Whidbey Overview

Ooops, we filmed our last episode on the 17th, and I still haven’t gotten around to “blogging” about it yet. This episode focused on “Whidbey”, which is the next version of “Visual Studio”, and it will include a lot of features, technologies, as well as a whole new set of tools focused on providing advanced…

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New Episode of The .NET Show: Longhorn Fundamentals

Just a little bit late, but we’ve just posted a new episode of “The .NET Show”. http://msdn.microsoft.com/theshow/episode043/default.asp In this episode, we close out the coverage of the “Pillars Of Longhorn” by covering the “Fundamentals”. As a specific topic, this might be a little on the vague side, but that doesn’t in any way decrease the…

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Finished Filming: Longhorn Fundamentals

Last Friday we filmed our next episode of The .NET Show, this one was on the slightly more elusive topic of “Longhorn Fundamentals”. In the first half of the show we talk with Glenn Pittaway and Sanjay Shenoy about how various things like security, click-once, deployment, and management are features of Longhorn that bear important consideration…

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New Episode: Longhorn Avalon

Ok, so we are perhaps a little bit late with this episode, but at least we finally got it posted… http://msdn.microsoft.com/theshow/episode042/ In this episode I talk with David Ornstein, Pablo Fernicola, Rob Relyea, and Nathan Dunlap about “Avalon” which is the new graphical programming model for “Longhorn”. There are a lot of changes that are…

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