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Hanselminutes

Hanselminutes - Fresh Air for Developers is a weekly talk show that brings interesting people together to talk about the web, culture, education, technology and more. Hosted by Scott Hanselman, this show promises fresh ideas and great people.

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JSIL with Katelyn Gadd

Katelyn Gadd is a freelance programmer and game designer and the creator of the amazing JSIL project. JSIL is a compiler that transforms .NET applications into standards-compliant, cross-browser ...

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Return of Uncle Bob

Scott and Uncle Bob meet again, this time in Norway and in person. Uncle Bob tries to answer the question Are You Professional. Scott and uncle Bob chat about software craftmanship.

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Powershell 2.0

Scott's at TechEd and bumps into Hal Rottenberg and Kirk Munro. Hal's a Powershell IT guy and Kirk's a Powershell-focused Dev. What's new in Powershell 2.0 and what's in it for the .NET developer...

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Subsonic with Rob Conery

What is Subsonic and should you use it? Scott and Rob Conery chat about his baby and comparisons to other Open Source frameworks. Also, Scott tries to get free consulting for his new pet project.

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BabySmash!

Scott introduces Carl to BabySmash for the first time, and they chat about some of the services available to MicroISVs, as well as the joys of coding in WPF.

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Microsoft Research: Spec#

Scott sits down with Mike Barnett and Rustan Leino of Microsoft Research and talks about the Spec# programming language. The compiler enables Design By Contract and extends C#. The team needs you...

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Dave Laribee on ALT.NET

This week Scott talks with Dave Laribee of Xclaim Software about the movement he named ALT.NET. Are these alternative principles or just business as usual? What can Microsoft learn from the Agile...

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LINQ to XML

Scott's been poking around with LINQ to XML and reports his findings to Carl about life with XDocuments and XElements. They also talk about the bridge classes that link (no pun intended) System.X...

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F# with Robert Pickering

Scott chats with Robert Pickering, author of Foundations of F#. We ask the question 'Why F#?' and talk about functional languages and some of the features of F# that make it a great introduction ...

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Talking to the Interns

Scott's got two high-school interns working for him this summer. In this episode Scott talks to High School Seniors Eric and Shady about their experience working at Corillian and their thoughts a...

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Orcas Overview

What's the big deal about Orcas, er, Visual Studio 2008? Scott sits down with his partner in crime, Patrick Cauldwell, and chat about .NET 2.0, 3.0, 3.5, oh my! They also talk a bit about dynamic...

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Hanselminutiae #3

Carl and Scott discuss the weeks events in their technology lives, in this 3rd Hanselminutiae. Who are the Spyware People? Is the AppleTV any good? What's your backup strategy? And Scott's Dad ge...

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Building 42/Polita Paulus

Scott teams up with Rory Blyth to find and talk to developers at Microsoft building 42. In a feat of investigative skill and daring they find themselves interviewing a dev with major cred: Polita...

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End to End Tracing

Scott and Carl talk about the End to End (E2E) tracing format, how it relates to WCF and how you can use it to introduce system-wide tracing your large multi-machine or multi-service applications...

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Bruce Payette - Powershell

In this episode Scott gets the skinny on Powershell with Bruce Payette, one of the founding members of the Windows PowerShell team, co-designer of the PowerShell language and the principal author...

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WPF/E

Scott and Carl discuss Microsoft's answer to Flash, Windows Presentation Foundation/Everywhere (WPF/E), a lightweight version of the .NET 2.0 (and 3.0) Framework that promises to be multi-browser...

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WS-*

This week Scott and Carl discuss the various WS specifications and how they relate to WCF, with a strong emphasis on security.

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Code Generation

Scott talks about CodeSmith as well as other code generators, highlighting their strengths and weaknesses, and offering his usual insight into the issues. Of course, resources abound.

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CSI: Your Computer

Scott uses his monacle and razor-sharp logic to find a trojan that was infecting his ASP.NET server. You'll learn how he did it, and probably discover some new tools you didn't know about before.

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