While at one of the MVP summit parties I grabbed Julie Lerman, Visual Basic MVP and
Entity Framework expert, and asked her about her experiences using Visual Basic to build applications for her customers. It was a fun, loud party (like most MVP summit parties) but we managed .
Check out Julie's…
Who’s the “typical VB.NET developer”? Is there one? There are millions of VB.NET developers in the world, and they each have their own unique story. We decided to talk to some of them to find out what kinds of applications they’re building, what technologies
they’re using, and what their…
On a very special episode of This Week on Channel 9, Dan is joined by Jeff, Duncan, and Nishant to talk about the recent survey results, and the Revolution 9 project
- (0:00 - 1:00) Jeff Sandquist, Duncan Mackenzie, and Nishant Kothary
- (1:00 - 1:57) Survey results request by Minh
- (1:57 -…
In this interview, programming writer, Leith McCombs, demonstrates some of the new features in the Visual Studio 2010 editor. You can also learn more in the topic
What's New in the Visual Studio 2010 Editor.
Visual Studio User Education
Over on our parent site Channel 9, Dan Fernandez is joined by Jeff Sandquist, Duncan Mackenzie and Nishant Kothary to talk about Revolution 9 and the future of Channel 10.Watch the video and join the discussion over on Channel 9
K. Scott Allen has written an article on
Guiding Principles For Your ASP.NET MVC Applications. This knowledge has been floating around a bit in pieces, but he does a nice job of wrapping it all up in a concise way. I especially enjoyed the Oxite reference.
Jennifer Marsman demonstrates how to add a button into the Office Ribbon using the Visual Studio Tools for Office (VSTO).
NOTE: the VSTO Power Tools, which were shown briefly, can be downloaded from
Jesse Liberty is the official
Silverlight Geek. What does that mean? Why should you care? And what does he think about Expression Blend? In this interview Jesse attempts to answer those stories while remaining luminous.
Got popcorn? Expression Blend 3 SketchFlow and a ton of “GOT TO KNOW ABOUT IT” content is all packed in just 1 hour of Episode 3. Try something different
tonight and take an hour break from coding. You know you deserve it. Grab your favorite beverage and pizza and enjoy this entertaining,…
In this episode of 10-4, we take a look at a new feature in CLR4 called "Type Equivalence" and how it helps address the pain points normally associated with Primary Interop Assemblies and COM Interop.
There have been several videos as of late here on Channel 9 covering Type…