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This week on Channel 9, Brian returns from his European tour and there is much rejoicing with Dan as they discuss the week's top developer news, including:

Picks of the week:
- Brian's pick: TFS 2010 Power Tools now available, via Greg Duncan
- Dan's pick: Auto-Update your wallpaper with Flickr images using your location with Arian Kulp's Coding4Fun app - Geo-location and Flickr 

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    athman

    the first one to say welcome back Brian

     

    will return back after watching it

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    gduncan411

    Pick of the week... Score!  Smiley

     

    Thanks guys...

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    bangoker

    About the punctuation.. why is/was the .NET logo in lowercaps?

     

    .NET logo

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    vesuvius

    artistic license (a euphemism for a mistake)

     

     

    They corrected it in the new logo

     

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    JoshRoss

    Good to have you back Brian. BTW, nice chest hair.

    -Josh

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    exoteric

    I don't like upper-case .NET because it looks like it's an acronym and yet I've not seen the acronym of .NET anywhere, ever. It also looks nicer as Microsoft.Net. Then there is of course ASP.NET which is nicer because it looks like one big acronym but it's asymmetric if .NET is not an acronym. Bah...

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    BrianPeek

    I know he can get the job, but can he do the job?

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    briankel

    @All, thanks for all the greetings! It's good to be back. I completely forgot to mention that I met Bas while I was in The Netherlands - nice! Always fun to run into Niners in person. Thanks for introducing yourself, Bas.

     

    @Vesuvius - hehe I think you're right re: the mistake / artistic license. We certainly didn't help ourselves with that one, huh? The way the .NET guidelines used to read it always called that out as an exception. Now in 2010 / .NET Framework 4 at least we're consistent.

     

    @Josh - ha! Ok you're making me self-conscious now, I think I'll wear a parka next week. Wink

     

    @Brian - lol!

     

    BK

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    Dan

    And for the record, I said the same thing to Brian before we taped Smiley

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