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This Developer's Life 2.0.7 - Dinosaurs

January 5, '12 Comments [18] Posted in Podcast
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You're so old! What a dinosaur! You're using old software and old languages to do old things! Or are you? Scott and Rob talk to David Sokol, Sean Bamforth and Pete Brown about Fortran, DataFlex and the Commodore 64. All these dinosaurs are doing useful work. Or, are they?

  • David Sokol Fortran Programmer and dude with an AWESOME hover state on his home page
  • Sean Bamforth Former Dataflex programmer and now beginning .NET guru
  • Pete Brown Senior Project Manager, Microsoft and budding Thomas Edison

I'd also like to encourage you to check out the last two episodes of This Developer's Life. We realize this isn't your typical podcast. It's not very technical, and it's not packed with information. We mean this show as an antidote to the usual technical talk shows as we try to dig more into issues and emotions that affect developers. We try to get to the center core of the developer and what makes them tick. Give us a listen and if you like the show, please review us on iTunes and Subscribe.

Download Episode 2.0.7 "Dinosaurs" here or listen online.

Also, please check out our last two shows you might have missed. We're very proud of how they turned out.


206-play2.0.6 Play

What do you do when you're not staring at your computer screen? What obsession grips you as you drive home? In this episode we ask David Heinemeier Hansson and Pete Brown this very question.


Episode 2.0.5 - Typo

2.0.5 Typo

Who cares about typefaces and why should you? Well, these guys do and you should start caring. Rob and Scott explore the world of reading online with one of the godfathers in the world of typeface and fonts.

In this episode we talk to Bill Hill, the bearded Scotsman who created ClearType and Geoffrey Grosenbach, notable typeface enthusiast.


I hope you enjoy the show as much as Rob and I enjoy making it.

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This Developer's Life 2.0.6 - Play

November 16, '11 Comments [7] Posted in Podcast
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PlayWhat do you do when you're not staring at your computer screen? What obsession grips you as you drive home? In this episode we ask David Heinemeier Hansson and Pete Brown this very question.

I'd also like to encourage you to check out the last two episodes of This Developer's Life. We realize this isn't your typical podcast. It's not very technical, and it's not packed with information. We mean this show as an antidote to the usual technical talk shows as we try to dig more into issues and emotions that affect developers. We try to get to the center core of the developer and what makes them tick. Give us a listen and if you like the show, please review us on iTunes and Subscribe.

Download Episode 2.0.6 "Play" here or listen online.

Also, please check out our last two shows you might have missed. We're very proud of how they turned out.


Episode 2.0.4 - Taste

2.0.5 Typo

Who cares about typefaces and why should you? Well, these guys do and you should start caring. Rob and Scott explore the world of reading online with one of the godfathers in the world of typeface and fonts.

In this episode we talk to Bill Hill, the bearded Scotsman who created ClearType and Geoffrey Grosenbach, notable typeface enthusiast.


Episode 2.0.4 - Taste

2.0.4 Taste

What is taste? What is style? Do you have it? Scott and Rob have no idea what it is or how to get it - but they know it's important. In this show they talk to a designer who flexxes his good taste for a living - and a developer who is committed to spreading good taste where he can.

Michael Bach Designer at Microsoft
Geoffrey Grosenbach Owner/Founder of PeepCode


I hope you enjoy the show as much as Rob and I enjoy making it.

Again, big thanks to DevExpress. The bandwidth and other costs are picked up DevExpress and CodeRush! Visit them and thank them on Twitter.

This Developer's Life is brought to you by CodeRush for Visual Studio.

This Developer's Life is brought to you by CodeRush for Visual Studio.

About Scott

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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This Developer's Life 2.0.5 - Typo

September 19, '11 Comments [10] Posted in Podcast
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Episodes 2.0.5 - Typo

Who cares about typefaces and why should you? Well, these guys do and you should start caring. Rob and Scott explore the world of reading online with one of the godfathers in the world of typeface and fonts.

In this episode we talk to Bill Hill, the bearded Scotsman who created ClearType and Geoffrey Grosenbach, notable typeface enthusiast.

I'd also like to encourage you to check out the last two episodes of This Developer's Life. We realize this isn't your typical podcast. It's not very technical, and it's not packed with information. We mean this show as an antidote to the usual technical talk shows as we try to dig more into issues and emotions that affect developers. We try to get to the center core of the developer and what makes them tick. Give us a listen and if you like the show, please review us on iTunes and Subscribe.

Download Episode 2.0.5 "Typo" here or listen online.

Also, please check out our last two shows you might have missed. We're very proud of how they turned out.


Episode 2.0.4 - Taste

2.0.4 Taste

What is taste? What is style? Do you have it? Scott and Rob have no idea what it is or how to get it - but they know it's important. In this show they talk to a designer who flexxes his good taste for a living - and a developer who is committed to spreading good taste where he can.

 


Episode 2.0.3 - Education2.0.3 Education

Scott and Rob discuss the value of a degree - and talk to two developers who used their passion to pull them through school and into their careers.

 


I hope you enjoy the show as much as Rob and I enjoy making it.

Again, big thanks to DevExpress. The bandwidth and other costs are picked up DevExpress and CodeRush! Visit them and thank them on Twitter.

This Developer's Life is brought to you by CodeRush for Visual Studio.

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Hanselminutes Podcast Episode Rollup 273 through 280 - Glimpse, JavaScript, Kinect, Script#, PolyGlot, Azure, Windows and Graph Databases

August 25, '11 Comments [0] Posted in Podcast
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It's happened again, I've gotten behind on my Podcast posts and rather than flooding you with copy-pastes, I figured I'd do a rollup post. It's a shame because, if I may say so, I think it's been a great few months for the show. Perhaps I'll start doing rollups every four episodes.

If you haven't listen to the show before, or perhaps listened in the past and stopped, now is a great time to get back on board.  Also, please do take a moment and review the show on iTunes. The show is limited to about 30 minutes long, so it's perfect for your work commute.

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Here's what's been going on with the last few episodes:

Haixun Wang #280 Microsoft Research: Trinity is a Graph Database and a Distributed Parallel Platform for Graph Data

Scott talks via Skype to Haixun Wang at Microsoft Research Asia about Trinity: a distributed graph database and computing platform. What is a GraphDB? How is it different from a traditional Relational DB, a Document DB or even just a naive in-memory distributed data structure? Will your next database be a graph database?


Within Windows#279 Within Windows with Rafael Rivera

Scott sits down with Rafael Rivera to talk about the black box that is Windows. Or is it? Rafael doesn't take no for an answer and shares stories of breaking apps to fix them. No more secrets, this week on Hanselminutes.


Windows Azure Logo#278 Microsoft Web Platform and Azure direction with Scott Hunter

Scott Hanselman and Scott Hunter (also known as Scotts the Lesser) talk about recently Azure/Web reorg, the direction that ASP.NET and Azure are talking, and how they see open source fitting into the future at Microsoft.


#277 Polyglot Programming and .NET - Lessons Learned with Ivan Towlson from Mindscape

Mindscape LogoScott sits down with Ivan Towlson from Mindscape. They recently released Web Workbench to the community for free with support for LESS, SASS, and CoffeeScript. Interestingly, they used C#, F#, JavaScript and Ruby to create this app. Why was polyglot programming right for what them? Is it right for you?


Earth Class Mail Logo#276 Script# compiles to JavaScript: A Real World Implementation at Earth Class Mail

Scott talks to Matt Clay and Matt Davis at Earth Class Mail about how they used Nikhil Kothari's Script# compiler to write JavaScript from C# source. Why did they do it? What were the benefits? The problems? Would they do it again?


Kinect#275 Digging into the Kinect SDK with Dan Fernandez

Scott gets schooled on the Microsoft Research Kinect SDK by Dan Fernandez. What happens when I plug a Kinect into my PC? What's included with the SDK and what's not? What work happens in the hardware and what happens in software...and more importantly, what can I build?


Semantic Markup#274  JavaScript is Assembly Language for the Web: Semantic Markup is Dead! Clean vs. Machine-coded HTML

Scott talks to Erik Meijer about the idea that JavaScript is an assembly language. What assumptions can we make and how could this idea fundamentally change how we develop software on the web?


Glimpse#273 Glimpse - A client-side Glimpse into your server

Scott talks with open source developers Anthony van der Hoorn and Nik Molnar from the Glimpse Project. Their very innovative (and all JavaScript and HTML!) debugger tool for ASP.NET has taken the community by storm. How did they do it and how can Glimpse make your live better?


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Hanselminutes Podcast 272 - Basics of Web Security with Barry Dorrans

June 29, '11 Comments [0] Posted in ASP.NET | Podcast
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3237164755_e34da6809e Scott sits down with Microsoft Security Engineer Barry Dorrans to get a general sense of the basics of Web Security in 2011. Who are the groups in the news most often? What threats are nailing websites most often today, and are they different from classic threats? Where do we start to protect our sites?

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Building quality software is never easy. It requires skills and imagination. We cannot promise to improve your skills, but when it comes to User Interface and developer tools, we can provide the building blocks to take your application a step closer to your imagination. Explore the leading UI suites for ASP.NET AJAX,MVC,Silverlight, Windows Forms and WPF. Enjoy developer tools like.NET Reporting, ORM, Automated Testing Tools, Agile Project Management Tools, and Content Management Solution. And now you can increase your productivity with JustCode, Telerik’s new productivity tool for code analysis and refactoring. Visit www.telerik.com.

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

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