In this edition, Brett interviews David Wang, uber developer from the IIS product team. David discusses his popular blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/david.wang), his job at Microsoft,
and insights into the new IIS 7 integrated pipeline.
Chris and Jeff debug one of the largest Web sites in the world: microsoft.com. Millions of pages. More traffic than Slashdot.org. A huge data farm. We have an interesting conversation about how they do it all.
Brett interviews rock star developer Rick Strahl from Westwind Technologies on his recent experience with IIS 7.
Rick discusses how he much prefers working in managed code and the new world of IIS 7 modules.
The IIS Show
Brett Hill, IIS Technical Evangelist for Microsoft kicks off a new Podcast series dedicated exclusively to IIS. In this opening Brett review’s IIS 6 security and discusses IIS 7 features including why developers should be looking now at IIS 7 capabilities.
Every two weeks, expect…
Roger Grimes is a security expert and author (he wrote a free ebook:
Keeping Your Business Safe From Attack: Passwords and Permissions and more than 100 magazine articles on security). Anyway, he was visiting Microsoft's campus and sat down with IIS evangelist Brent Hill to talk about IIS 7…
Iain is one of Microsoft's more colorful and controversial personalities. Here we sit down to talk about a variety of things from why to use Server 2003 R2 instead of Linux to what makes a good leader.
Iain McDonald, is a director on the team that made
Windows Server 2003 R2…
Eric Deily, program manager on the IIS 7 team, talks about some of the things that excite him about IIS 7. IIS (Internet Information Services) is Microsoft's Web server. He says "bbbbwwwwaaaacccchhhhh" to the point that IIS isn't secure.The IIS.Resources.com site is
tracking IIS 7…
Charles Torre and Robert Scoble complete their two-part interview of
Scott Guthrie here. Scott is the guy who runs the IIS (Microsoft's Web Server) and ASP.NET teams (programming environment for building Web applications).
If you're a programmer building Web applications you'll want to listen…
Scott Guthrie is the Product Unit Manager in charge of the Web platform and tools team. That's the team that includes ASP.NET and Internet Information Server. Basically if you run a Web site that runs on Microsoft technology you're probably using the stuff
that Scott's teams develop.