This week on C9: Windows 7 RC, Glimmer for jQuery, and ZOMG Ponies

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

Windows 7 Release Candidate available to MSDN & TechNet Subscribers
- Brian Keller - Install Windows 7 RC on a Virtual PC
- Karsten Januszewski & Tim Aidlin : Glimmer app lets you easily build jQuery effects with no code
- We officially launched the Channel 9 Team blog
- Kotaku - Add ponies and rainbows to ESPN.com using Up-Up-Down-Down-Left-Right-Left-Right-B-A (using Cornify script)
- Drew Robbins - Channel9 Plug-in for PlayOn lets you watch Channel 9 videos on your XBOX 360
- Silverlight blog - WPF and Silverlight using the Facebook OpenStream API
- Anders Hejlsberg & Gilad Bracha - Perspectives on Programming Language Design
- Jim Holmes - MS Evangelists should build real examples and real tests, like Mike Sampson's Oxite Retrospective at Alt.NET
- Brad Abrams - the code for Scott Guthrie's Silverlight for Business Applications demo is now available (keynote video)
- Sarah Perez - A Multi-touch pad for Windows could Multitouch enable legacy PCs
List of LINQ providers - (Twitter, WMI, Excel, SharePoint, JSON, etc), via Greg Duncan
Swine Flu Web Slice available
- Brian's pick of the week - Narenda Wicaksono geeks out his wedding
- Dan's pick of the week - Video: Harmonizer for Web devs

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    Chris​Stepaniuk
    Great show as usual.  

    I know that I'm tired of going to conferences or user group talks where Northwind is the example.  Most of the people who I work with chock it up to laziness on the part of the presenter.  I know you probably can't show "real" code, but come on, there must be more complex examples than Northwind.   A great talk where Northwind wasn't the example was Coding4Fun at the PDC, I very much enjoyed that.  Or the C++ Kate Gregory did at TechEd where she showed off WordPad.  Or, The Blend guys did this at PDC, they showed a demo using the Blend code, and it was awesome!

    Also, if I'm paying quite a bit to be at a conference, and you show me Northwind, it will reflect in your evals.

    Oh, and it's no longer called Swine Flu, it's now called H1N1 Influenza.  I personally think it's being blown out of proportion.  I'm sure a movie will be made.  Attention has now moved from Global Warming in the media to a virus' which will bring the Armageddon.

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    Charles
    One of the benefits of a largely non-adopted language that is in it's early stages of development is the flexibility afforded to the language designer to change course at fundamental levels as well as in vocabulary/features/compiler. I think Newspeak and especially the concepts it aims to express are rather important and will, in my opinion, yield tasty fruit at some point in time, in some form.

    C
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    Bas
    Whoa, so now the show is hosted from the Aperture Science labs?

    Nice show. I'll have to look into that PlayOn thing. Although I suppose some sort of Media Center plugin would be an even easier way to watch C9 videos on your TV.
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    Duncanma
    So PlayOn is great, especially if you are like me and have the 360 set up and a few PCs on the same network but are not using Media Center... but if you are using Media Center, then you might want to check out TV Tonic which I know makes on10.net videos available and I believe has Channel 9 in there as well

     http://www.tvtonic.com/

     


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