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The Channel 9 Team
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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 (which is what…
Our tech guru, Charles Torre, takes us over to meet Kit George and the rest of the .NET CLR BCL team.
Don't know what that is? Well, it's the class library that all .NET applications use. We start out with an interview with Kit about what the team is working on.
"Show us the architecture of .NET on the whiteboard," is what we asked Jason Zander and that started out an interesting discussion of what .NET is.
That led into a discussion of .NET's garbage collector and determinalistic finalization that developers will find interesting (Charles…
Charles Torre, one of the developers who works on Channel 9's code, sat down with Jason Zander, Product Unit Manager of the .NET Common Language Runtime team. Here's the first part of that interview."Our team is a cross between compiler geeks and kernel geeks," Zander says in response to…
Hear the roar!
Oh, that's just the CLR team's lab where they are testing 64-bit versions of the .NET common language runtime. But, first, we drop into Adam Nathan's office where he shows us the
pinvoke.net Web site. That concludes our tour of the CLR team, but next week we'll sit down with Jason…
Here Jason Zander continues his tour through the CLR team's offices.
Do you know how hard it is walking backward while trying to aim a camcorder properly?
What is that that
Kit George is working on (he's a program manager on the
BCL team)? Hey, who said working on the CLR team is all work…
Jason Zander invited Charles Torre and cameraman Robert Scoble to meet the .NET Common Language Runtime team.In this first of three segments (it's a big team!) you'll meet a variety of developers from across the team and see what they are working on.Don't know what this team does? Well, the .NET CLR…