Hanselminutes on 9 - ASP.NET 4 and Scott Hunter on The Big Picture and new Templates

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It's time for a pile of "Hanselminutes on 9" Episodes, Dear Reader! Recently, I spent a day wandering around building 42 trying to dig up the scoop on Visual Studio 2010 and ASP.NET 4. In this episode, I talk to Scott Hunter, ASP.NET Program Manager and additional Scott (Microsoft likes to keep at least a dozen extra Scotts in stock, in case of emergency.) You may remember Scott Hunter from his work on the Wildcat! BBS. Now he brings his forward-thinking and innovation to ASP.NET 4! ANSI Art FTW!
Be sure to check out ALL the Hanselminutes on 9 videos.

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    IrvTheRobot

    I love Scott Hanselman interviews, keep them coming.  I always learn something.  In this I learned, there is a grand plan and why it unfolds the way it does.

     

    Very cool!

     

    Thanks,

     

    Irv

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    rhm

    Cool IBM keyboard.

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    joechung
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    Smiley

     

    Wildcat is a little after my time. I used to run a customized RBBS on an IBM PC a really long time ago. Smiley

     

    Making a Visual Studio project template is fairly easy. Just zip up your project files, write a .vstemplate XML file which is basically a manifest listing the files in your project, and replace your project-specific text with tokens like $safeprojectname$, $safeitemname$, etc.

     

    Reference: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/6db0hwky.aspx

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    Bertie

    So when does that Canned Bing (see the middle can in the video, to the left of the Diet Coke) come out of internal testing and hit CTP?  Wink

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    Glucose

    Thanks! Smiley

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    Park Wood

    Scott,

     

    It is pretty amazing that these video shown to us. I am under building project for our company these days, and I believe next year I need to swich to VS 2010 which has so many new great features, and your videoes ae pretty helpfull. Thanks again.

     

    PARK WOOD

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    Mesfin

    How come the "forgot my password" template is forgotten. It was very helpfull to get it right out of the box.

     

    Mesfin

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