Hanselminutes Podcast 134 - StackOverflow uses ASP.NET MVC - Jeff Atwood and his technical team
My one-hundred-and-thirty-fourth 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…;)
Scott chats with Jeff Atwood of CodingHorror.com and most recently, StackOverflow.com. Jeff and Joel Spolsky and their technical team have created a new class of application using ASP.NET MVC. What works, what doesn't, and how did it all go down?
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