Niner since 2004
Scott Hanselman blogs here http://www.hanselman.com/blog/ and tweets here http://www.twitter.com/shanselman and podcasts here: http://www.hanselminutes.com
When I'm out of town or working at other projects, I sometimes ask other people to fill-in. Seth and Donovan have helped me out, and will continue to help me out.
Dcuccia - LOL probably a little of both! I did get burned a bit.
Other Scott H - thanks!
Shame, the good stuff happens after the first 8 minutes. ;)
@VironPapadopoulos:Thanks for watching!
Thanks for watching!
For now all they've got it CPU but I believe in the future there will be other perf counters to trigger scaling on. You can certainly query this on your site with the API and scale until it changes.
I will check on this.
@Anirudha:What do you mean by "Cshtml file is not work"
As for MVC, be sure to read the Release Notes for this preview: http://www.asp.net/vnext/overview/latest/release-notes
Per MSDN: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/hh266747(v=vs.120).aspx you can upgrade from one to the next.
Amir - http://addyosmani.github.com/todomvc/
Yes, and I spoke to Alvaro on twitter and he was very happy. There was no intent to not attribute. As Jon says, it's challenging to remember those things if you had the thought on stage. As I said, we're cool with Alvaro. Sorry if we offended you.
Daryn - True.
Jack - The Web is it's own WYSIWYG tool. Put your browser next to your text editor and make small changes as you refresh. There are plugins that will refresh for you as well.
Jules - Try TypeScript and it will give you the intellisense and strong typing you want.
Ah, yes, it was StirTrek.