Installing IIS 7 on Vista is pretty simple, but there are some significant changes under the hood. For example, by default fewer components are installed than were installed in IIS 6. You will probably want to enable some additional features. Take the case
of IIS 6 compatability. To use ADSI…
In this episode Brett Hill interviews Aaron Skonnard (Essential XML Quick Reference), Fritz Onion (Essential ASP.Net) and Keith Brown (.Net Guide to Windows Security and Programming Windows Security) all of whom work for Pluralsight.com
Prior to working for Microsoft, Brett was an IIS MVP for three years and provider of advanced IIS training to Fortune 1000 and government audiences. Having discussed web problems with many large customers, he provides some tips for developers to keep in
mind when creating applications for the web.…
In this edition, Brett interviews David Wang, uber developer from the IIS product team. David discusses his popular blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/david.wang), his job at Microsoft,
and insights into the new IIS 7 integrated pipeline.
Chris and Jeff debug one of the largest Web sites in the world: microsoft.com. Millions of pages. More traffic than Slashdot.org. A huge data farm. We have an interesting conversation about how they do it all.
Brett interviews rock star developer Rick Strahl from Westwind Technologies on his recent experience with IIS 7.
Rick discusses how he much prefers working in managed code and the new world of IIS 7 modules.
The IIS Show
Brett Hill, IIS Technical Evangelist for Microsoft kicks off a new Podcast series dedicated exclusively to IIS. In this opening Brett review’s IIS 6 security and discusses IIS 7 features including why developers should be looking now at IIS 7 capabilities.
Every two weeks, expect…