Scott Hanselman

My TWO .NET Rocks shows are up on MSDN now

March 8, '04 Comments [1] Posted in ASP.NET
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I totally forgot that MSDN is hosting the .NET Rocks shows for download!

Not only can you listen to my second show from last month (thanks Rory and Carl!) but you can also checkout my first attempt from October 2003!

  • Show #2: Carl and Rory talk with Scott Hanselman about ASP.NET, declarative programming, client-side validation, caching, perf testing, blogging trends, and more. [MSDN]
  • Show #1: Scott and Carl chat about .NET, C#, Reflection, Regular Expressions, Freeware, Code Sharing, Config Files, Sockets, Multi-Threaded programming, and a laundry list of Scott's favorite utilities that you just have to check out. [MSDN]

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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Tuesday, 09 March 2004 21:05:57 UTC
I am listening to the radio show.

Scott, no question .net C# is better than Java. BUT I'm afraid that its highly probable that its usage in the enterprise arena will be limited because it only runs in Windows. This global company I work for is willing to drop .Net and go to Java because of multi-OS support. This is a real threat. Our site has RTM'ed 3 .Net based products in RECORD time and yet,
is losing traction because it is not Multi-OS.

Talk to Bill Gates. Seriously.
Bob Leano
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