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Javier Lozano’s interview for DotNetRadio is now available!
Hey all. Just wanted to let you know that the interview that I did with Javier Lozano (lozanotek.com) is now available on DotNetRadio! This was a pretty hefty interview so I had to cut it in half. In the first half of the interview we discussed the following points. How and why was ASP.NET MVC created? What are the pain points of ASP.NET Webforms? What can a WebForms developer expect when moving to ASP.NET MVC? MVC is like BizTalk – it can do anything – it just can’t do anything out of the box! What ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 25, 2009 12:18 PM

Send in questions for upcoming guests and get DotNetRadio SWAG
Gil Zilberfeld from TypeMock: As you may know by now (from my tweeting or by looking on the DotNetRadio schedule listed on the site) there is an upcoming interview with Gil Zilberfeld from TypeMock. He will be on the show at 5am PST. Please send in your TypeMock and unit testing questions for him. The submitters of any questions that I use on the show will get some DotNetRadio swag! Jeffrey Palermo from Headspring Systems: What you may not know is that I am scheduling an interview (possibly tomorrow) ......

Posted On Monday, November 16, 2009 12:44 PM

DotNetRadio.com - Podcast #2 – interview with Atif Aziz creator of ELMAH
http://dotnetradio.com/arch... Andrew sits down with Atif Aziz. Atif Aziz is a senior IT business analyst at Cargill International and an ex-Microsoftie. His primary focus is helping customers move to the .NET Framework. He speaks regularly at Microsoft conferences and can be reached through his web site. You can find out more about Atif Aziz by visiting his web site www.raboof.com. Raboof.com = FooBar!! Atif describes to us what ELMAH is and the history behind it. He then ......

Posted On Saturday, November 14, 2009 3:47 AM

Podcasting has been more fun than I had anticipated
Going into the whole podcasting adventure was something that I didn’t know if I was ready for or not. I won’t lie, it has taken a LOT more time than I had initially estimated. But getting the opportunity to meet and interact with the people that I have has been wonderful. I thought setting up interviews, given that the site is new, would be difficult. As it turns out getting people to come on the show has worked out quite well. So much so that people are now asking to come on the show directly. Wonderful. ......

Posted On Friday, November 13, 2009 5:26 PM

Interviewing Sara J Chipps 11 Nov 2009 (tomorrow) at 7am
Hey all. I wanted to let you know that I am going to be interviewing Sara J Chipps (of www.girldeveloper.com) tomorrow at 7am. We will be discussing all sorts of programmer goodness from making your personal projects a reality (such as Sara’s http://bundl.it project), agile development, commenting your code, and your responsibility as a developer to the next person reading your code. We will also be looking at jQuery, asynchronous processes, and architecting for speed and scalability. And of course, ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 11, 2009 8:46 PM

Just interviewed Atif Aziz for the DotNetRadio podcast
I just got through interviewing Atif Aziz (@raboof on twitter – foobar spelled backwards!) probably most known (at least to me) for his ELMAH (Error Logging Modules and Handlers) contribution. We discussed ELMAH, ELMAH’s Veracode Application Security Rating which made OWASP top 10 in 2007 and SANS-CWE top 25, Fizzler, Jayrock, BackLINQ, LINQBridge, and MoreLINQ. Atif is a very smart guy and you can truly hear his passion for sharing with the development community when speaking with him. This was ......

Posted On Sunday, November 8, 2009 11:04 AM

Interviewing Javier Lozano 7 Nov 2009 (tonight) at 8pm PST
Hey all. I wanted to let you know who was slated for the next interview - Javier Lozano. Javier is a .NET consultant in Des Moines, Iowa. He's an ASP.NET MVP and MCSD specializing in ASP.NET, system architecture, and training. Javier is also a co-founder of the Iowa .NET Users Group. On his blog you can find posts on ASP.NET, architecture, design patterns, .NET, XML and Indigo (WCF). Javier enjoys giving back to the community by speaking at user groups, local/regional .NET events, being active in ......

Posted On Saturday, November 7, 2009 4:26 PM

Interviewing Javier Lozano tonight at 8pm PST
Hey all. I wanted to let you know who was slated for the next interview - Javier Lozano. Javier is a .NET consultant in Des Moines, Iowa. He's an ASP.NET MVP and MCSD specializing in ASP.NET, system architecture, and training. Javier is also a co-founder of the Iowa .NET Users Group. On his blog you can find posts on ASP.NET, architecture, design patterns, .NET, XML and Indigo (WCF). Javier enjoys giving back to the community by speaking at user groups, local/regional .NET events, being active in ......

Posted On Saturday, November 7, 2009 4:24 PM

Interviewing Javier Lozano tonight at 8pm PST
Hey all. I wanted to let you know who was slated for the next interview - Javier Lozano. Javier is a .NET consultant in Des Moines, Iowa. He's an ASP.NET MVP and MCSD specializing in ASP.NET, system architecture, and training. Javier is also a co-founder of the Iowa .NET Users Group. On his blog you can find posts on ASP.NET, architecture, design patterns, .NET, XML and Indigo (WCF). Javier enjoys giving back to the community by speaking at user groups, local/regional .NET events, being active in ......

Posted On Saturday, November 7, 2009 4:23 PM

Interview with Ben Scheirman co-author of ASP.NET MVC in Action on DotNetRadio.com
I recently sat down with Ben Scheirman (co-author of ASP.NET MVC in Action) for my first interview on my new show DotNetRadio. It was quite a talk! We covered the following points: An introduction to Ben Scheirman and how he got into web development Bens path through various web technologies such as ColdFusion, PHP, Ruby, and ASP.NET A brief discussion on code testability Working with ASP.NET web forms using the model view presenter pattern How ASP.NET MVC simplifies the testing process Ben informs ......

Posted On Thursday, November 5, 2009 9:56 PM

Just finished editing the audio for the Ben Scheirman interview

Hey all.  I wanted to take a moment to let you know that I just finished editing the interview with Ben Scheirman as well as piecing together the over all DotNetRadio podcast.  I will write the summary post that goes with the podcast and get it up and available this evening.

Andy

Posted On Wednesday, November 4, 2009 5:52 PM

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