I hope this posting gets Carl seriously thinking about putting DotNet Rocks on video! Congratulations on getting a hundred shows out the door with +50K listeners and ~200K downloads! Time to take it to the next level - now that the show is well established and extremely well received.
While 'Channel 9' from MSDN feeds us with content from near and far - a DotNet Rocks flavor (which may be more objective and not politically correct at all times) would be fun to watch also. A wardrobe malfunction similar to the last SuperBowl may not go well though .. :-)
(above: Robert Hurlbut's presentation on .NET Code Access Security)
(attendees above: Arthur Dzehlali, Robert Hurlbut, Carl Franklin & Dan Khrla)
Terrific presentation by Robert - his presentation slides and demo code are available at his weblog site. Also present were Carl Franklin and Dan Khrla (read Dan's weblog posting). Arthur will help us rebuild our website soon.
We had Robert Hurlbut gives us a presentation on .NET Code Access Security (CAS) on Tuesday evening. It was excellent! CAS may well be a requirement for all .NET applications development. I have been having some problems with my machines lately - I'll post some more information and pictures here soon.
Chapter 13 of Thomas Erl's book on Service-Oriented Architecture is about integrating web services. Read it here [PerfectXML site].
From the Groove Networks website announcement - Former Assistant Secretary Of Defense John P. Stenbit Joins Groove Networks Board of Directors. This is very positive for Groove.
Groove and Microsoft also have a strategic relationship.
SKYPE, the leading VoIP freeware has released its developer API for VoIP - I don't quite know what to make of it (yet).