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This week on Channel 9, Dan is joined by Clint Rutkas where we discuss the week's top developer news, including:

Channel 9 Live at PDC - Three days of live streams with big names including Ray Ozzie, Bob Muglia, Scott Guthrie, and many more.
- Microsoft PressPass - Microsoft acquires Teamprise which means Martin Woodward is a blue badge!
- Microsoft SDK for Facebook, now officially supported by Facebook
- Bing Maps Silverlight Control Interactive SDK
- New Amazon Web Services .NET SDK, via Greg Duncan
- Channel 9 adds Office 2010, SharePoint 2010, and Windows Server R2 Developer courses with videos and hands-on labs
- Thomas Lewis - Devil's Field Guide to the PDC (2009 Edition)
- Steve Marx - How to use the Azure CDN for a custom domain
Anders Hejlsberg - the Visual Studio Documentary
Sync Toy 2.1 Available for download
- Access 2010 - Access for SharePoint Web databases

Picks of the week
- Dan's pick: Dragon Age Origins the game and the awesome toolset and developer wiki for building your own adventures.  
- Clint's pick: Clint's Iron Bartender contest at PDC. It'sman versus machine in this blind taste test to see who builds the better drink, the Drinktender or an actual bartender.

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    Bmc

    "- Dan's pick: Dragon Age Origins  the game and the awesome toolset and developer wiki for building your own adventures."

    I Like this game, simple and fun.

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    aL_

    dragon age rulez Smiley im having some problems getting the toolset though, word on the street is that its a steam issue but i dunno.. it asks for the serial but it then it doesnt except it.. anyone else having simlar trouble with steam copies of the game?

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    yerk

    I sure will love to see Office 2010. There are some stupid calculation errors in Excel 2007. I hope MS can solve it before release 2010.

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    pencilman

    Looking forward to listening in! Sounds like a lot of useful and great information!

     

    Regards,

    Apex Professionals

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    DouglasH

    Dragon Age rules,   slight correction in the vid though. Bioware Made Neverwinter Nights, at least the awsome version with the toolset.  Neverwinter Nights 2 was made by Obsidian Games, (if memory serves me correct, through a license from Bioware) this is before the sell off of the computer licenseing of DnD to infrogames AKA Atari, which has basically sat on the license since then. 

     

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