Scott Hanselman

TechEd 2006 Microcast - John Lam on Ruby

June 12, '06 Comments [3] Posted in Podcast | TechEd | Ruby | Speaking
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Carl and I will be doing a formal TechEd 2006 Hanselminutes next week as I collect more audio, but I wanted to get this little audio snippet out before Tuesday as John and I are doing a Birds of a Feather on Tuesday Night on Ruby and .NET.  It's at 9pm on Tuesday and I encourage you to come and join the conversation!

Here's very unprofessional ;) audio of John and I on the TechEd floor today.

It's attached as an RSS Enclosure, so if you're reading this post in your aggregator, look around for a paperclip or other unusual icon that your reader might use to alert you to the enclosure.

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Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee. He is a failed stand-up comic, a cornrower, and a book author.

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Tuesday, June 13, 2006 3:27:19 PM UTC
Thanks for the info!

fyi - John's URL needs to be corrected as it's currently missing an "n" in the above post. The URL should be [http://www.iunknown.com/] instead of [http://www.iuknown.com/].
Wednesday, June 14, 2006 1:21:01 AM UTC
Wondering what hardware was used to record the wma today? I was on the floor and it was noisy, but the recording is crisp and almost no back noise at all. Love your content man! Inspiring.
Aaron Meis
Monday, June 19, 2006 4:32:17 PM UTC
Scott... we had talked briefly on the bus to the convention center one early morning (before you had your diet coke)... so I don't expect you to remember our chat. but it was focused around Ruby, Rails, .Net, IIS...

You mentioned you were going to prototype building Ruby into a .dll so that you could host it with COM+ in IIS.

Did that go anywhere?
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