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…
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.
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.
Brett interviews the Andrew Lin the new IIS Group Program Manager and developer of the new IIS 7 user interface. Andrew talks about some of the advanced features of the new IIS Manager including granular delegation, extensibility and features that are
upcoming for Longhorn Server.
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
What happens when 2 of the coolest technologies meet each other?
I saw this demo a few weeks back and just had to get it on the show.
Danny Kim from Full Armor (an MS Partner) shows us what they were able to do using Windows Workflow Foundation and Windows PoweShell to drive IT…
This Week on Channel 9, Dan and Brian cover:
- Updates to
Live Maps and Virtual Earth 3D - including export GPS, new traffic-based directions, importing of 3D models into VE 3D (add a massive 9-guy on campus), MapCruncher for overlays of user-generated information (stadium seats), and more (0 -…