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  • Jimmy Nilsson on LINQ to SQL

    In this interview, Jimmy focuses on LINQ to SQL and ORM. Jimmy has tried to create a similar technology to LINQ to SQL in the past, but without similar results. While LINQ to SQL is a step in the right direction, .NET still lags behind other programming languages in object-relational mapping capabilities.

    Jimmy Nilsson on LINQ to SQL
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    09:09
  • Ian Griffiths on WPF

    Windows Presentation Foundation is a fundamental shift from how interactive applications have previously worked in Windows. In this interview, Ian Griffiths talks about the key features of WPF such as XAML, composition, layout, animation, and data binding. Included is advice on when to use WPF and its sister technology Windows Forms.

    Ian Griffiths on WPF
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    18:24
  • Brian Beckman and Erik Meijer on Tesla

    The project code-named TESLA in Microsoft Research is being spearheaded by Brian Beckman and Erik Meijer. LINQ is the first technology aimed at democratizing the Internet coming from Microsoft. From Monoids to LINQ, Brian and Erik provide insight into the future of the .NET Framework languages at Microsoft and how they plan to change the Cloud as we know it today.

    Brian Beckman and Erik Meijer on Tesla
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    15:10
  • Overview on Workflow Foundation

    Workflow Foundation is a new workflow engine from Microsoft. Microsoft is embedding Worfklow Foundation in many of its products like Office 2007, Windows Vista and soon Biztalk itself. Matt Winkler, Microsoft Technical Evangelist, walks through the story of Workflow Foundation, when to use it and the futures planned in the next version.

    Overview on Workflow Foundation
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    23:26
  • Erik Meijer on LINQ

    LINQ creator Erik Meijer talks about the design and capabilities of LINQ, how to use it, why to use it, how it differs from XQuery, how it addresses ORM, extension methods, EDM, and more.

    Erik Meijer on LINQ
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    27:29
  • Windows Workflow with Scott Allan

    Scott Allan is interviewed by David Totzke on Windows Workflow Foundation, recorded a year ago at VSLive Toronto. Scott talks about the capabilities of Windows Workflow foundation, how it integrates into application development, how Microsoft is using WWF in its own products, DSLs and WWF, and architectural pattterns possible with WWF.

    Windows Workflow with Scott Allan
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    23:32
  • Richard Hale Shaw on C# 2.0 features leading us into 3.0 functionality

    Join Richard Hale Shaw as InfoQ peppers him with questions about the C# language and differences between C# 2.0 and 3.0. Richard provides insights developing with the Enterprise Library and waxes wisely on Generics and IEnumerator.

    Richard Hale Shaw on C# 2.0 features leading us into 3.0 functionality
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    21:30
  • Mohammad Akif - SOA Beyond the Hype and the Security Development Life Cycle

    InfoQ sits down Mohammad to discuss the myths of SOA, common pitfalls in designing for SOA, J2EE and .NET interoperability and injecting the Security Development Lifecycle into enterprise development lifecycles.

    Mohammad Akif - SOA Beyond the Hype and the Security Development Life Cycle
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    22:11
  • Billy Hollis on the Future of Software Development

    David Totzke interviews with Billy Hollis, prolific writer and speaker on all things Visual Basic.NET and .NET in general. Billy shares his thoughts on Windows Forms, WF, Data Binding as well as why he doesn't use Data Binding. He provides insight on when developers should use Patterns and Practices Application Blocks and prognosticates his view of the future of .NET.

    Billy Hollis on the Future of Software Development
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    33:40
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