This week on C9: Get paid for open source, Azure for dating, debugging and naming lore

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This week on Channel 9, Brian and Dan discuss the top developer news, including:

Microsoft Security Essentials (previously code-named Morro)
- Peli de Halleux - New Release of CHESS with data race detection (video)
- Quan To - How to deploy a toolbox control using VSIX for Visual Studio 2010
Codeplex Updates - Project owners option to receive advertising revenue (details), Code snippet support, more wiki formatting options
- Habib Heydarian - Import/Export Breakpoints in Visual Studio 2010
- Tess Ferandez - Debugging .NET 4.0 dumps in Visual Studio 2010
- Microsoft Product Naming Lore (courtesy of Jason Zander)
  - Visual Basic 1.0 was codenamed "Thunder"
  - The CLR Team was codenamed "Lightning"
  - The NTSD extension to bootstrap v1.0 was called "Strike"
  - The WinDBG extension for managed code was named "Son of Strike" but known to customers as SOS
- Gunnar Piepman - Visual Studio 2010 Web.Config transforms to change based on your environment (Dev vs Production)
- Will Tschumy - Photobucket Visual Search Launches (try it)
- Jeff Atwood, CodingHorror - Busting the Frame and other site framers
- Clint Rutkas - Transferring Photoshop to XAML 
- W3bbo - C9 Coffeehouse - Volunteers for fully managed 7-Zip C# Library
TeamDevCentral provides free trial hosting for Team Foundation Server 2008 

Picks of the week
- Dan's pick of the week: Brandon Bloom - XBOX LIVE Avatar Punch-out
- Brian's pick of the week: Steve Marx - Azure application, the CIA pickup (video), helping you get a date 



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