Paul Foster and I discuss his new role as technical editor of the MSDN Flash newsletter before talking about Windows Mobile Widget development (at 5min 30seconds in).
Full show notes and an article on the same topic can be found at http://bit.ly/msdnpodcast019 We have also created eBooks…
I talk to Hadi Hariri about the differences between Behavior Driven Development and Test Driven Development - and why Hadi chooses BDD every time.Full show notes and an article on the same topic can be found at http://bit.ly/msdnpodcast017
This podcast accompanies the October 8th edition of the MSDN
It is an interview with
Paul Jackson which is meant to be about the article he wrote on Memory Mapped Files in .NET Framework 4.0 but tends to go off in different directions – but we both certainly enjoyed doing…
This podcast is an interview with
Gary Short in which we discuss the
DevExpress eXpressApp Framework™ (XAF) for quickly building WebForm and WinForm applications. Along the way we manage to mention testing frameworks, home-grown source control, rabbits feet, British Rail and Microsoft Access…
This podcasts accompanies the
UK MSDN Flash newsletter. The normal format of the podcast is a few minutes summarising the contents of the newsletter and then a 20 to 30 minute interview with the author of the technical article which appears in the newsletter.
The podcasts were originally…
This podcast was recorded at TechEd Europe in November 2009. I get a chance to sit down with Mike Flasko, Program Manager in the Data Services team. We had both presented on Entity Framework during the conference which is where we started the discussion
before we moved on to talk about Data…
While at TechEd Europe in November 2009 I had a chance to catch up with the two lead developers of the Pex team
Peli de Halleux and
Nikolai Tillmann.Pex enables white box testing. It looks at your code, finds all the branches and determines which inputs will result in those branches being…
Also known as “that’s where I left my shoe” (you will need to listen to understand that)
This is a bonus edition of the podcast recorded on the 6th of October in London with
Steve Marx, Technical Strategist working on Windows Azure.
It starts slow and a little quiet, it needed a few edits…
Phil Leggetter and I discuss the real time web and consuming real time data from a Silverlight client using HTTP server push.
Full show notes and an article on the same topic can be found at
http://bit.ly/msdnpodcast016 Thanks for listening.
While at TechEd Europe in November 2009 I had a chance to catch up with David Robinson, Program Manager in the
SQL Azure team
SQL Azure We cover the "reboot", large databases, the new support for
SQL Azure in SQL Server Management Studio, customer feedback and…