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This Week on C9: WW Telescope, .NET Fx SP1, WPF perf and graphics improvements, RockScroll, and more

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This Week on Channel 9, Brian and Dan cover:

- Bill Gates showing TouchWall (0:37 - 2:06)
- Beta of Worldwide Telescope including Tours (2:06 - 3:40)
- The universe video series on history channel and Earth is really small (3:40 - 5:07)
- Least known Microsoft fact: Hilarious shiproom emails (5:07 - 6:38)
- Visual Studio 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 (6:38 - 7:00)
- Big list of new features coming in SP1 (7:00 - 13:18 from Scott Guthrie, Tim Sneath, Brad Abrams, and Brian Harry, plus 7 videos by Scott Hanselman on Dynamic Data
- Video Clip of new WPF graphics features 2D on 3D cloth (15:13 - 16:55)
- CodePlex WPF DirectShow Webcam app (16:15 - 17:50)
- Take the Webcam chat app and make it network aware using the P2P Dev Toolkit (17:50 - 18:41)
- CodeProject: Simple .NET wrapper for Dell XPS Lights and Mike Swanson's post on integrating lights with MSBuild  (18:41 - 20:21)
- Scott Hanselman on RockScroll, a VS add-in for navigating large files (20:21 - 21:05)
- Dan two Picks of the Week: World of Warcraft Programming book, -Brian Peek and Johnny Lee get mentioned in Newsweek for .NET Wiimote apps (20:21 - 23:00)
- Brian’s Pick: Microsoft Team System Build Process Poster by Willy-Peter Schuab via Greg Duncan (23:00 – 25:00)
- Random factoid: Best Kept Secret in Team System “Rosario” is using Workflow for MSBuild (25:00 – end)


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  • Erik PorterHuman​Compiler Now with more apps
    The Universe on the History Channel is an awesome show!

    Workflow in TFS?  Hotness!
  • BasBas It finds lightbulbs.
    Gotta love WWT. Some of the communities offer some pretty interesting tours.. Can't wait to see what other people will come up with.

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