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You know my friend Scott Hanselman from his i ncredible 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.
Security Update with Patrick Hynds Pat Hynds checks in with us to talk ASP.NET security sharing his latest insights and telling stories from the field. As always, Pat brings his post-GI point of view to the conversation, which is always enjoyable. http...
Joe Duffy on Concurrency Carl and Richard have an engaging conversation with Joe Duffy from the CLR team on dealing with concurrency in multi-threaded applications. Buy his books! This is great stuff! http://dotnetrocks.com/default.aspx?showID=169
Nick Landry on the State of Mobile Development Our old friend Nickolas Landry talks about the latest developments in mobile technology, both hardware and software, including Windows Mobile 5.0 and the Compact Framework 2.0 http://dotnetrocks.com/default...
Brian Noyes on Data Binding in .NET 2.0 Brian Noyes talks us through data binding in .NET 2.0 from the gee-whiz draggy droppy stuff to multi-tier enterprise applications. http://www.dotnetrocks.com/default.aspx?showID=167
LINQin with Barry Gervin Regional Director Barry Gervin introduces LINQ, a nascent set of language extentions providing query services for list-based objects. http://dotnetrocks.com/default.aspx?showID=166
Steven Forte on outsourcing and globalization Steven Forte shares his experiences with outsourcing and the different countries involved in software outsourcing. Of course, his stories are second to none. http://dotnetrocks.com/default.aspx?showID=165
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 .
.NET Rocks! - Mark Dunn takes us down the InfoPath Mark Dunn joins Carl and Richard in the studio for another look at Infopath, framed for .NET developers. Mark, as you may remember, is the first co-host of .NET Rocks! and a good friend of the show. http...
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