TWC9: Scott Hanselman, IIS7 live streaming, WP7 for Beginners, SQL Azure + EF

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This week on Channel 9, Dan is joined by guest host Scott Hanselman to discuss the week's top developer news, including:

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      I have really enjoyed this episode, great job guys :D

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      Thanks as always for this, and the recent, shout-outs... Smiley

      Have a happy Thanksgiving guys.

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      In defense of the programmers who worry about MSFT dropping Silverlight, there is the unexplained windows mobile failure. What could make more sense than running the .net framework, C# and WPF on any phone that android can run on? And yet Microsoft execs decided to bail. Another reason for concern w/Silverlight is the lack of happenings in the WPF space. Unless I work with WPF every day, I find it hard to use.  It is almost like windows phone was rushed to market. First they needed to make it easier to write a WPF app. Then add async to silverlight. On top of that improved foundation, build WP7.


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      Kevin Dwyer

      Loved the show.  You should consider making him a regular addition to show.

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      however Iron Python *is* dead

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      @LukasM: thanks, turns out the SQL Azure EF and WP7 dev wiki time codes were flipped.  Corrected

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      @Kevin Dwyer: everyone loves Scott but sadly, he isn't local.  Crying

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      @SteveRichter: what makes writing a WPF application hard?  When you say "Async" are you refering to the async CTP released at PDC or the async programming pattern?

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      Scott and Dan are hilarious. I think Dan should drive over to Scott's house to film ( with the Channel 9 guy in his trunk).

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