We have arrived at our 100th show! Richard Campbell, Mark Dunn, Nick Landry, Geoff Maciolek, and Chris Sells join Carl in this look at shows past, present, and future. Lots of fun and you’ll learn a few things too, as we always do.

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New York Regional Director Stephen Forte talks with Carl and Rory about many cool things, including SQL Server 2005 (Yukon). He’s got some good advice for how to get the most out of it. As well, the conversation turned to clustering and RAID strategies…






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As the original co-host of .NET Rocks!, mark didn’t say all that much. Well, look out! He’s talking about his current passions, ADO.NET 2.0 and BizTalk 2004, and we can’t shut him up! This is a great conversation with a true ADO.NET expert. Mark has a …






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Carl and Rory catch up after Rory’s long haitus. Topics include Smartphone programming, responding to an article blasting OOP, and much more.






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Independent Software developer and Visual C# MVP Robert Hurlbut joins Carl in the studio this week for a discussion about security, least-privileged development, and the SQL 2005 Service Broker.






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Bernard Wong from MSDN talks with Carl and Rory this week. What’s on his mind? For starters, the old and tired questions asked of him at developer conferences, what Bill and Steve really say at those high level meetings in Redmond, amrchair CEOs, and o…






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Brian Larson talks to Carl and Rory, who is recovering from being sick and on the road, about SQL Reporting Services: architecture, cool features, innovative uses, performance tips, new features in SQL 2005 Reporting Services, and Business Intelligence…






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While Rory is living it up in Vegas Carl interviews seven Microsoft program managers and evanglists about the current state of Windows Server 2003 as well as what’s on tap for future releases; 64-bit computing and why it’s so cool; server security, and…






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