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This week on Channel 9, Dan and Brian discuss the week's top developer news, including:
- Scott Guthrie - Announcing IIS Express - A mix between the simplicity of the Visual Studio built-in Web development server and full IIS
- Scott Guthrie - SQL Compact Edition 4 - A lightweight database for Web sites that can be XCopy installed
- Larry Larsen - Silverlight Pivot Viewer Now Available
- MSDN - MSDN site gets redesigned
- David Anson - XAML Formatting, break every attribute onto its own line for cleaner readability - shockingly, Dan & Brian agree on this one
- Pete Brown - Two handy tools for WPF development WPF Inspector & Snoop
- .NET Micro Framework Team - Project to put .NET Micro Framework on a bicycle
- BCL Team - System.IO getting zip file support, give feedback on their API, via Alvin Ashcraft
- CodeProject - JSON Data Visualizer to see visualize results from JSON services like Facebook
- Nikolai Tillman - PEX for Fun, use PEX to automatically solve puzzles
- Coffeehouse - What do you want to know?
- Matt Van Horn - Phone7 Action Pack - Open source set of utilities for Windows Phone 7 development
Picks of the week!
- Brian's pick: Visual Studio 2010 RTM Virtual Machine with Sample Data & Hands-on Labs
- Dan's pick #1: Karsten Januszewski - The Archivist let's you save and store Tweets over time, and it's open source
- Dan's pick #2: Pivot for Netflix instant view movies, Steve Marx has an overview of how it was made
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