Russ talks with us about the Windows Server 2003 and Visual Studio.NET 2003 launch (recorded the same day), what’s new in VS.NET 2003, upgrading, and what’s new in the New England district

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He talks with us about the current blocks available, for ADO.NET and Exception Handling, and also gives us a sneak peek at the next bluebricks coming down the road, including a User Interface facade layer, an application updater (using the BITS Backgro…






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Dino shares some valuable tips and insights into the innerworkings of ASP.NET security, IIS Impersonation, how VIEWSTATE is encoded, the serialization engine, how to store encrypted values in the registry, inline code vs. CodeBehind, and Italian Rock b…






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Paul talks with Mark and Carl about ASP.NET performance tuning, tips, viewstate info, smart navigation, layout mode and more, and Paul shares some great insights and stories from the field. Lots of great tips and information here.






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Carl and Mark talk to Andrew about data binding, data adapters, connected and dis-connected models, stored procedures, performance and encapsulation.






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Carl and Mark talk with Ethan and Bob about the Good Old Days of the BASIC language, and some of their experiences early on in the first days of the industry, as well as PowerBASIC past, present, and future, crazy tech-support calls, and other stories.






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Stephen talks about the International .NET Association (INETA – www.ineta.org), relates his .NET success stories, and talks about design patterns, COM Interop, Performance Anxiety, ASP.NET Forms Authentication, ViewState, Caching, and the DataGrid cont…






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Bill talks with us again picking up where our last conversation with him left off, talking about ADO.NET concurrency, SQL database design, dealing with Data Adapters, and a few other interesting tangents. Always good stuff with Mr. V!






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Mark Dunn is on temporary leave in Redmond, WA this week teaching a beta Architecture class. Scott and Carl chat about .NET, C#, Reflection, Regular Expressions, Freeware, Code Sharing, Config Files, Sockets, Multi-Threaded programming, and a laundry l…






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Alan has a lot to say about programming, programmers, and focuses intently on what’s wrong with programming as we know it. Why do businesspeople fear programmers? Is the construction of software managed? These topics and more are the focus of this monu…






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