Michael Lehman, the MicroISV Evangelist, and Bob Walsh, author of “MicroISV: From Vision to Reality”, co-host a weekly interview show featuring developers who both develop the software and run their own businesses.
The MicroISV Show hosts, Michael Lehman and
Bob Walsh, recently visited the
Software Industry Conference 2007. While there we did a few traditional MicroISV show episodes which will go live soon.
In addition, this event has an "exhibit night" at which Microsoft had a booth. We…
In this episode of The MicroISV Show, we interview Jim Holmes and James Avery, authors of the new O'Reilly book:
Windows Developer Power Tools (companion website).
Jim and James talk about how the book was written (65 collaborators!) and give their top five picks for Power Tools for MicroISVs:…
At the Software Industry Conference 2007, Michael Lehman (blog,
blog/podcast) and Bob Walsh (blog) interviewed
Judi Tyabji Wilson, CEO of
Tugboat Enterprises, about their innovative MicroISV product
When your machine won't boot because the OS is discombobulated or you've come…
May 21 - Redmond
June 5 - Boston
June 11- Silicon Valley
In this special edition of The MicroISV Show, Scott Burmester, Don Campbell and Rohit Puri talk about the upcoming Office Live Review for MicroISVs. Are you coming?
How to Register:
Click on the…
Michael Lehman and
Bob Walsh visit Nick Hodges at the Borland developer tool spinoff now called CodeGear
www.codegear.com and talk about how CodeGear came about, Pascal, Delphi and native code.
A video version of this episode will be posted shortly.
This time on The MicroISV Show I interview Kyle Alons, founder of Kinook Software,
http://www.kinook.com/, makers of Visual Build and UltraRecall.
Kyle talks of his years of MicroISV experience and how he's managed to make Kinook a self-sustaining entity.
This time on the MicroISV show I'm talking with Eric Sink (blog,
MicroISV article on his blog), founder of
SourceGear, who coined the term MicroISV in 2004 when he was a columnist for MSDN (Articles:
The discussion ranges from why Eric wrote the articles, the evolution of…
This edition of the MicroISV show is an interview with Craig Krantz of Krow LLC who worked with Microsoft to develop the Project Glidepath Software Factory add-in for Visual Studio.
More information about Project Glidepath is available at
Project Glidepath is an…
It's a brave new world for MicroISVs in which it's no longer enough to drag some controls onto a form and simply make sure they're lined up and the tab order is right. The mantra "form follows function" is becoming more and more important for developers
as advent of Windows Vista,