LINQ stands for Language INtegrated Query and in a nutshell, it makes query and set operations, like SQL statements first class citizens in .NET languages like C# and VB.
Here we visit Anders Hejlsberg in his office to get more on LINQ. Dan Fernandez, also seen in this video, just put up
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.
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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…
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…
Silverlight was announced a few weeks ago as a cross-platform rich media runtime. Today we announced that Silverlight is not only a great media platform; it is cross-platform .NET. I sat down with Scott Guthrie, GM of the Silverlight team, to get the
details. We also posted a…
Scott Guthrie, Corporate Vice President, leads the teams that create the .NET developer and designer technologies and tools.
Silverlight 3 has arrived in beta form.
Expression 3 also ships today in Preview form. Grab the bits and play. Provide feedback. OK. That's the housekeeping stuff. Now,…
It's always a pleasure to get a chance to sit down and geek out with Anders Hejlsberg. Anders is a Microsoft Technical Fellow (a Technical Fellow is the highest ranking technical position at Microsoft) and programming language design master. He's the creator
of C# and one of the founders…
Ok, just when we all had the WinFX name firmly stuck in our heads, they went and changed it! Why? What does this mean for you? What folders will you end up with in your Microsoft .NET directory? All these answers and more in this interview Duncan did withJason Zander from the .NET Framework team.