I first learned about Clint Rutkas when I read a Coding4Fun article in which he described what it took to build a C#-driven disco
floor for his apartment (Clint has since become
the Coding4Fun blog home page author - congrats on that).
I figured I'd meet him at a conference…
Yeah - you read it correctly.
Our very own Mike Sampson, known around here as "Sampy", got shot in the face today by
Jesse Lewin of 10 fame.
You might be asking yourself: Why?
The answer is simple: Watch the video.
As you know, Channel 9 is all about transparency, and this is…
[Note: This is the first in a series of videos on Visual Studio Team System from
Brian Keller. Thanks for the content, Brian ]
The ability to branch and merge source code with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server can really enable a team to build software in a more agile and…
Tim Sneath sat down recently with Ian Ellison-Taylor, the Product Unit Manager for Windows Presentation Foundation, to chat about how this technology has evolved since its inception and where it’s going over the
next 12-18 months. WPF is starting to take off, with applications like British…
This was easily one of the most enjoyable interviews I've gotten to conduct since arriving at Channel 9.
I had been wanting to interview Peter Provost for some time, and finally got the chance a few days ago. He brought a friend of his along,
Edward Jezierski, and we chatted about how
James Vastbinder, ISV Architecture Evangelist, was able to find 30 minutes on Brad's very busy calendar to talk with him about Microsoft’s newest User Interface technology, ASP.NET AJAX. Brad began his tenure with Microsoft in the CLR group, but last year
he made the switch to the UI…
I recently had the chance to meet up with Kam VedBrat, lead program manager of Expression Web.
Before working on Expression Web, though, Kam made his way through quite a few other divisions here at The Firm.
Along the way, he picked up quite a bit of knowledge about the new bits driving Vista…
This was the first time I had ever met
Scott Guthrie in person.
Like many devs working with MS dev tools, I was quite familiar with the guy - just about everything he says is useful. I used to code by his posts, articles, and interviews.
Meeting him was weird.
For one thing, he's…
This video came to us from Adam Carter. I'll let him introduce it all himself:
Back in October, I posted a
blog entry asking who people would want to hear from in MS IT about their work. I got just one response back, suggesting I talk to
Ron Markezich about MMS (Microsoft Managed Services –…
Microsoft is a big company. Everybody knows this, but it really hits home when your job is to go around and interview people from its many divisions.
Before shooting this video, I didn't even know there was a Windows Home Server coming out.
But there is.
And if you want to know what it is,…