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Another episode airs and provides further proof that the dolphins have been right all along… You can download it from here.

We’re back! Latest episode is here.

Show Notes

Show Notes

Finally published. You can grab it here.

Show Notes

  • Introduction
  • NDoc and Sandcastle
  • CodePlex
  • CTPs and You
  • www.netfx3.com
  • Charging for Office 2007 Downloads
  • Virtual PC is Free
  • TFS Administration Tool & TF Sidekicks
  • SharePointKicks.com
  • Microsoft Acquires Sysinternals
  • Windows Vista, Build 5472 Available
  • Security and Windows Vista
  • BlackHat Conference
  • Edmonton Code Camp
  • Upcoming MSDN Events

Comments, as always, are welcome here

A light news show… hopefully. You can grab it here. The episode will hit MSDN Canada Community Radio in the near future.

Show Notes

Resources

One of my fellow plumbers, John Bristowe – techno-wonk extraordinaire – has started up a new podcast where he interviews developers from across the Great White North. He’s shipping them in bite-sized pieces that are about 15 minutes long. The first three interviews feature:

Go check it out!

John, Bil, and I are tending bar and the Pan Galactic Gargle Blasters are on the house. You can grab one here. The episode will hit MSDN Canada Community Radio in the near future.

Show Notes

  • Introduction
  • News Bytes: IronPython v1.0 Beta 4
  • The 73+ Languages in .NET
  • News Bytes: Windows Workflow Foundation (WinWF) v2.2 CTP
  • News Bytes: SQL Server 2005 SP1 CTP
  • News Bytes: Visual Studio SDK CTP
  • Developer Destinations: Matt Hawley (eWorld Controls)
  • Intel Developer Platform Update
  • Huh? Power per instruction? Wow.
  • Multi-Core CPUs and Moore’s Law
  • on10.net and Leeroy Jenkins
  • Blackberry .NET Development with AppForge’s Crossfire
  • Multi-Platform Frameworks
  • TestDriven.net
  • Scott Hanselman and DasBlog at Alberta .NET User Group
  • Do You Own a Mac? Got Windows XP?
  • John C. Dvorak: Windows XP Now!
  • Calgary Code Camp – May 27, 2006
  • Vance Morrison – CLR Performance Dude
  • James on Locks and Lockless Programming
  • Double-Check Locking and CPU Architectures
  • MSDN Canada realDEVELOPMENT_06
  • Time Management with TimeSnapper.com
  • John Sans 360
  • John’s Peter Griffin Moment
  • Sony Delays the PS3
  • Halo and Aliens

Resources

Episode 4: Life, the Universe, and Everything is complete. John and I hold down the fort in the latest episode of Plumbers @ Work. You can find the show notes here (as well as below) and podcast here. It will be posted to MSDN Canada Community Radio shortly.

Show Notes

  • Introduction
  • News Bytes: Renaming of Office “12″ to Office 2007
  • News Bytes: Release Date for Team Foundation Server (TFS)
  • News Bytes: WSCF 0.6
  • Developer Destination: HanselMinutes
  • Discussion about Reflector
  • Discussion about SysInternals
  • Developer Destination: .NET Kicks
  • Developer Destination: DNR TV
  • Discussion about Screencasting
  • Calgary .NET User Group
  • Site Navigation in ASP.NET 2.0
  • WebParts in ASP.NET 2.0
  • Upcoming Speakers for Calgary .NET User Group
  • Discussion about AJAX and ASP.NET “Atlas”
  • Test Driven Development (TDD) in AJAX
  • Dan Sellers’ WebCast Series – Security on the Brain
  • Canadian Developers Blog
  • Discussion about WinFX
  • Overview of Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)
  • Overview of Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)
  • Overview of Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML)
  • Overview of Windows Workflow Foundation (WF)
  • Discussion about Workflows and Activities
  • Windows WorkFlow Foundation (WF) versus BizTalk Server (BTS)
  • Overview of the Windows Shell (AKA, “Monad”)
  • Don Box’s Weblog Post on SOAP versus REST in WCF
  • Overview of SOAP and REST
  • Multi-Core CPUs and the Future with Concurrency

Running time: 56:34

Show References

Discuss this episode in the forums.

We’ve just released Episode 3: Powered by Infinite Improbability Drive. So that we can get you, our loyal listeners, the episodes more quickly, we’ll be hosting on both MSDN Canada Community Radio as well as on the Plumbers @ Work site. You can find the show notes here, photos here, and podcast here. It will be posted to MSDN Canada Community Radio shortly.

Show Notes

  • Introduction
  • Around the Horn with the Plumbers
  • Security March with Dan Sellers
  • Microsoft Blacklisted C++ Libraries
  • SHA-1 Discussion
  • Team Foundation Server (TFS) Release Candidate (RC) 1
  • Public Release of Internet Explorer (IE) 7.0 Beta 2
  • Various Issues with IE 7.0 Beta 2
  • Development of IE versus Development of Firefox
  • The Browser as a User Experience (i.e. AJAX)
  • Really Simple Syndication (RSS) in IE 7.0 and Outlook (AKA, The Ultimate Pull Application)
  • Information Overload (AKA, Organizing Information)
  • Upcoming Canadian Conferences: VSLive! and DevTeach
  • Half-Time
  • .NET Framework 2.0 Adoption
  • ASP.NET 2.0 Adoption
  • PetShop 4.0 Discussion and Highlights
  • .NET Nuke 4.0
  • Old Microsoft Reference Applications (AKA, “Different Strokes” or “ALF”)
  • Enterprise Library 2.0 Highlights
  • Windows “Live” Highlights (i.e. Domains, Favorites, and Messenger)
  • Other “Live” Projects (Office “Live” and Visual Studio “Live”)
  • Windows OneCare Beta
  • The Realities of a “Secure” Operating System
  • Windows Vista Favourite Features
  • Running as Standard User/Non-Admin on Windows Vista
  • Event Viewer in Windows Vista
  • Windows Calendar (WinCal) in Windows Vista
  • What’s Coming Up for the Plumbers
  • Upgrading to Community Server 2.0
  • John Still Doesn’t Have a Xbox 360

Show References

Rory Blyth and the Ewok
The SharePoint Show
Alberta .NET User Group
Calgary .NET User Group
Dan Sellers’ Blog
MSDN WebCasts
Saying Goodbye to an Old Friend (Michael Howard)
Bruce Schneier
SHA-1 Broken (Bruce Schneier)
KeyLength.com
Michael Howard’s Blog
Team Foundation Server (TFS) Release Candidate (RC) 1 (via Jeff Beehler)
Rob Caron’s Blog
Jeff Beehler’s Blog
Team Foundation Server (TFS) Go-Live License
TFS Blog
Internet Explorer (IE) 7.0 Beta 2
Scott Hanselman’s “Running Internet Explorer 7.0 Beta 2 without installing it.” Post
DevConnections
VSLive! Toronto
DevTeach
MSDN Article for Petshop Migration
.NET Nuke
Enterprise Library 2.0
Windows “Live”
Microsoft Gadgets
Windows “Live” Domains
Windows “Live” Favorites
Tuscany (AKA, Visual Studio “Live”)
Windows OneCare Beta
Windows OneCare Pricing Announcement
TopDesk
UntitledNet (Xbox 360 Locator Application)

You can post comments in the forums. As always, feedback is more than welcome.

Our second episode is live! John, Bil, and I had a blast talking tech, as usual. Unfortunately Dan was unable to join us, but he was there in spirit. What you’ll get in this one-hour, action-packed episode:
  • Introduction
  • The Plumbers are In – Bil, James, and John Report; Dan is MIA
  • Living the 2005 Canadian Launch Tour
  • The Performance “Gardener” Has Left the Building
  • CTP Hell is Over
  • WPF, WCF, and WF! Oh My!
  • “Office 12″
  • MSDN and TDD
  • Google Analytics
  • Marketing BizTalk Server 2006
  • ASP.NET Web Administration Tool
  • James Gets Excited about Virtual Server 2005 R2
  • Half-Time
  • WinFX, Part Deux: Visual Designers
  • Clemens Vasters’ “Soccer Anywhere” Project
  • Microsoft Application Verifier (Bounds Checker on the Cheap)
  • PromptSQL: Intellisense for T-SQL
  • Visual Studio 2005 Add-Ins
  • SharePoint Adventures with the DSL Toolkit
  • Taming the “Wild” Corporate Developer with VSTS
  • SQL Server 2005 Service Manager and The Case of the Missing System Tray Icon
  • Orb.com
  • Xbox 360, Where Art Thou?
Without further ado, I present to you:
 
 
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