Hanselminutes Podcast Catchup
I usually like to announce each Hanselminutes Podcast here on my blog, as well as over at the Hanselminutes site (have you seen the show archives?), but at some point over the last few months I've gotten slow, lagging by a day or more, and now I'm officially 3 shows behind!
Here's the rollup of what's been published since I announced Show 110 on Spec#, because these are three pretty good shows, and they are representative of the kind of info I'm trying to get out there.
- Show 111 - ASP.NET Model View Controller, MVCContrib and MonoRail - Scott sits down with Phil Haack, ASP.NET Microsoft PM, Dru Sellers, Contributor to the Castle Project, and Jeffrey Palermo, of the MVCContrib project and talks about the ASP.NET MVC Project and Microsoft's changing attitudes towards Open Source.
- Show 112 - The Past, Present and Future of .NET Unit Testing Frameworks - Scott gets a rare chance to sit down in person with developers from three .NET Unit Testing Frameworks. Charlie Poole from NUnit, Jeff Brown from MbUnit, Brad Wilson from xUnit.NET as well as Roy Osherove, the author of the upcoming "Art of Unit Testing."
- Show 113 - Beyond Continuous Integration: Continuous Monitoring with Owen Rogers - Scott sits down with Owen Rogers, one of the original authors of CruiseControl.NET, and hears about his ideas around a hardware and software platform that extends Continuous Integration with Continuous Monitoring.
Let me take a few sentences here and sell you on the show. It's a shortish (usually under 40 min, often even less) commute-time podcast. I do my very best to not waste your time. They are usually more technical than DotNetRocks and while I do cover a lot of Microsoft stuff, I try to mix it up with a show on Digital Photography, Distributed Source Control, Eclipse, An Interview with Martin Fowler and DHH, and building the Ultimate PC with Jeff Atwood.
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