Scott Hanselman

Hanselminutes Podcast 135 - StackOverflow Behind The Music - Unedited Outtakes Show

November 26, 2008 Comment on this post [7] Posted in ASP.NET | ASP.NET MVC | Podcast
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My one-hundred-and-thirty-fifth podcast is up.

Well, actually a few weeks ago, but I totally forgot to update my website with the details. You'd think somewhere around 100 shows I'd had automated this somehow. Hm. If I only I know a programmer and the data was available in some kind of universal structure syndication format…;)

Here's some raw audio from the last show. We left the recorder on after the show was over, and the discussion continued for another 30 minutes! It's a different conversation in a raw style, but we hope you enjoy it.

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Enjoy. Who knows what'll happen in the next show?

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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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November 26, 2008 5:40
I thoroughly enjoyed this session when I heard it (a month ago *cough*). Do you have a link to some documentation regarding the best practices you advocated? I'm starting a project and want to make sure I have the security solid enough.
November 26, 2008 7:10
That was a great post-show conversation with Jeff and the Gang. Maybe you should "forget" to stop the recording more often... Thanks!
November 26, 2008 12:28
This was my favourite episode of Hanselminutes to date (and I've listened to *all* of them!) The content was absolutely great, and I'd echo both the previous comment posters' comments about more references to material and doing similar shows in the future.

I think the thing I liked about it most was the more relaxed attitude and the fact that you didn't just imply the technical details of the security you were talking about, you actually mentioned them by name and described some configurations. This is *far* more useful to me - and I guess 99% of your audience. Great job Scott, and thanks to the Stack Overflow boys for letting youpublish it. More of the same please!
December 04, 2008 3:47
Favorite podcast that you have done, frankly talking about real world issues. Very applicable to myself right now.
December 11, 2008 19:22
If every episode were like this, it'd be my favorite podcast. It'd totally dethrone that Hanselminutes thing I've been listening to.
December 25, 2008 2:41
I'm a little behind on my podcast-listening but I just listened to this episode today and I agree with the other commenters... this was my favorite "Hanselminutes" to date. It was hilarious hearing Scott rake the guys over the coals about security, the swearing, everything. But it was also great hearing everyone say what they were really thinking, not all of the "polite" talk that's the norm for a typical podcast interview. I wish all the Hanselminutes podcasts were this entertaining and informative.
January 03, 2009 19:16
I love the blog...

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