Scott Hanselman - Interviewed by Ron Jacobs at TechEd 2006

December 21, 2006 Comment on this post [3] Posted in ASP.NET | Podcast | PowerShell | Programming | Speaking | TechEd | Web Services | XML
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While in Spain this Autumn at TechEd:Developers Europe, I had the good fortune to do an ARCast with Ron Jacobs (mirror). The episode is up now on Channel9; hopefully it's not complete poo and I provide some value. I tried to come up with a topic, but Ron said, well, just start talking, so we did, and this is the result. We had a fine time, even though I've known Ron for over 10 years and he still misspelled my name. :P

What do you give to the architect that has everything? How about a grab bag of really good advice an interesting discussion with a very smart architect and fellow podcaster Scott Hansleman [sic]? This episode defies a single description because we covered so much ground but if you have ever listened to Hanselminutes you will know what I mean when I say that Scott is a very interesting guy to listen to. Scott and I led a pre-conference seminar at Tech-Ed 2006 in Barcelona called "Introduction to Software Architecture" and we caught up for a quick chat while in Spain.


Thanks to Brian Windheim, a fellow architect at Corillian, who came up with the tagline "All non-software artifacts should approach zero" that I've been talking about lately.

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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December 21, 2006 22:53
December 22, 2006 1:58
Dude - so sorry about the name. Funny thing - I did spell Hanselminutes right - oh well... At least I tested the links this time :-)
December 28, 2006 16:53

I had been searching for ASP.NET 2.0 Interview Questions over the web but was unable to find a place where a good repository of questions could be found. So I decided to compile & publish them.

Here is the location: (Maybe Useful 4u:)

You may also find some other questions at


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