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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New Episode! The .NET Show: Windows XP Media Center Edition

The .NET Show: Windows XP Media Center Editionhttp://msdn.microsoft.com/theshow/episode.aspx?xml=theshow/en/episode053/manifest.xml) The computer is in the midst of an important transition. The time was, when it was  “just” a computer, that hunk of metal on your desk that you used for writing documents, playing games, or programming on (until the wee hours of the morning). Lately, we’ve seen…

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New Episode! The .NET Show: Management Services

The .NET Show: Management Services(http://msdn.microsoft.com/theshow/episode.aspx?xml=theshow/en/episode052/manifest.xml) I think that the only time that I actually add “Event Logging” code to my applications, is when I’m doing it to demonstrate some feature or aspect of the event logging code. And the event logs themselves, I rarely look at them at all, except to delete them from one…

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New Episode! The .NET Show: 64-Bit Windows

The .NET Show: 64-Bit Windows (http://m sdn.microsoft.com/theshow/episode.aspx?xml=theshow/en/episode051/manifest.xml) Don’t you sometimes wish that system innovation would just slow down for a while? No? Me neither :-> It seems like only yesterday that we were focused on moving from the 16-bit world to the new and improved 32-bit one, and now I’m pleased to announce that the…

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New .NET Show Site Design

With our 50th episode, we’ve also redesigned The .NET Show site. Some of the changes include: Cleaner, updated home page, with a look similar to the MSDN Dev Centers .NET Show blog postings available from the Show home page Episode pages have a cleaner, updated look (MSDN TV and .NET Show use the same template…

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The .NET Show: OUR 50th EPISODE!

That’s right, the .NET Show has been “on the air” now for over 5 years, and we’ve just published our 50th Episode! Sure, if we were doing weekly shows we would have hit this milestone a long time ago, but that’s not the point :-> The .NET Show: The Future of the Platform For such…

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Podcasting The .NET Show?

It seems like “PodCasting” is picking up a lot of steam these days, so I’m thinking about adding support for it to The .NET Show. I’d be interested in any comments any of you have regarding this, as well as any specific advice as to what to either make sure we do, or don’t do,…

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The .NET Show: The 50th Episode!

It’s true, we’ve now hit the big Five-Oh in production of the .NET Show! Yesterday, we finished filming… er… taping this special episode, and needless to say we did something a little special this time. For one thing, we had a “live” studio audience that could sit in and watch the entire process, flubs, goofs,…

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New Episode: SQL Server 2005

Ok, I’ve been lax at posting updates… It’s been almost two weeks since we posted the SQL Server episode, and I haven’t said anything about it yet. I guess the whold “blogging” mindset just takes a while to catch hold. SQL Server 2005http://msdn.microsoft.com/theshow/episode049/default.asp We will soon be releasing SQL Server 2005 (previously codenamed “Yukon”), and…

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