Jeffrey Richter is a co-founder of Wintellect, and is a consultant with a variety of Microsoft's .NET teams.He's also a popular speaker and trains many people on .NET. Charles Torre sat down with him recently to talk about .NET.
Joe Duffy, program manager on the .NET CLR team (that's the technology at the heart of .NET apps) and he takes us on a tour of the CLR team. You meet some of the smartest people at Microsoft (and most accomplished developers and architects).Starting with Jan Gray, who talks about the trends in…
With this second segment of our CLR Team pre-PDC tour we start out with Rico Mariani where we talk again about .NET performance and how to wring the most out of your .NET code.Then we head off to meet a group of architects on the .NET team where they hint at the future of languages.Brad Abrams is…
Brad Abrams is a lead program manager on the .NET Common Language Runtime team. You've seen him on Channel 9 before. The PDC is sold out, but tons of you will be there and Brad shares what excites him about the PDC.
.NET compatibility is a big issue. Will your 2.0 apps work on 1.1 runtimes? Or, will your 1.1 apps work on the new 2.0 runtimes? What about apps hosted inside Outlook?
Jesse Kaplan, program manager on the .NET CLR team, covers all these application compatibility issues and more. At about…
Rico Mariani, architect on the .NET Common Language Runtime Team, knows a bit about making .NET perform.
So, what about .NET? Can it perform? What are the tricks on making your apps run fast? Rico knows and shares his insights.
Recently the CLR team had a "Compiler Lab" which is where they meet with customers over in building 20 on Microsoft's main campus in Redmond, WA. Jeff Sandquist and Charles Torre took their camcorder out for a dinnertime meeting with compiler geeks from
Microsoft and other…
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Suzanne Cook is a developer on the .NET CLR team. Translation: she's smart and she's a geek.
Anyway, she talks about loaders and GACs and other such obscure topics.
In this segment we ask things from "what's the GAC?" to getting inside knowledge of the .NET CLR Loader…