Contents tagged with dnrTV
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You know my friend Scott Hanselman from his incredible blog, his new podcast Hanselminutes, and of course as a frequent guest on .NET Rocks!
Please read this important post from Scott. You'll be glad you did.
Jean Paul Boodhoo on Test Driven Development Part 1 of 2
Jean Paul Boodhoo gets real with TDD in this the first ofa two-part series on TDD. Instead of showing simple brain-dead samples, JP uses a Model-View-Presenter solution to populate a drop-down listbox on a web page. This is a really great way to get into the discipline of TDD.
Venkat is Back with Generics!
Venkat Subramaniam is back to talk about Generics. This may be the first Generics demo you've seen that does not use collections (we're proud of that). Of course, Venkat brings his inquisitive style to the topic. You're sure to enjoy it!
Brian Noyes on Databinding in .NET 2.0
Brian Noyes goes beyond this week's .NET Rocks! interview to show you exactly how to get the most out of data binding in .NET 2.0
This week on dnrTV, Barry Gervin shows off some new features of C# 3.0 including LINQ, a language extention that allows for SQL-like access to objects in memory.
dnrTV #6 will be online Friday, Feb 17th, rather than the scheduled day, Thursday, Feb 16th.
Mark Miller takes are request from a blog poster and builds a Visual Studio add-in with the free DXCore development library from Developer Express.
We had a technical issue this week, which is causing us to postpone dnrTV until Friday. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Mark Miller of CodeRush, Refactor, .NET Rocks!, Mondays and Developer Express fame needs your help.
He's looking for new Visual Studio feature ideas.
If your idea is selected, Mark will build it live using the DXCore in this week's dnrTV.