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<itunes:summary>Zach Owens is a traveler. For the last year he's been living and working in China. While he's there he's taking Chinese classes and immersing himself in the culture. When does language learning become language fluency? </itunes:summary>
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<title>Framework Series: Service Stack with Demis Bellot</tit
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<pubDate>Wed, 04 Jan 2012 17:44:49 EST</pubDate>
<description>Demis Bellot has put together an open source .NET and Mono REST Web Services framework called Service Stack. It's effectively a WCF replacement for some kinds of webservices. There's no XML and no code-generation. Why do frameworks like this exist and what kinds of things did Demis take into consideration when creating it? How does one balance performance vs. compliance?
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<itunes:summary>Demis Bellot has put together an open source .NET and Mono REST Web Services framework called Service Stack. It's effectively a WCF replacement for some kinds of webservices. There's no XML and no code-generation. Why do frameworks like this exist and what kinds of things did Demis take into consideration when creating it? How does one balance performance vs. compliance?</itunes:summary>
<itunes:duration>00:33:00</itunes:duration>
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<title>Hanselminutiae-ten with Richard Campbell</title>
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<pubDate>Sat, 24 Dec 2011 00:45:39 EST</pubDate>
<description>It's the last show of the year, why not enjoy it with a chat with Richard Campbell! We talk tablets, economics, Christmas, and less. Always a treat to talk to Richard and ring out the year.
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<itunes:summary>It's the last show of the year, why not enjoy it with a chat with Richard Campbell! We talk tablets, economics, Christmas, and less. Always a treat to talk to Richard and ring out the year.</itunes:summary>
<itunes:duration>00:42:00</itunes:duration>
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<title>Framework Series: Kendo UI HTML5 framework with Todd Anglin</title>
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<pubDate>Thu, 22 Dec 2011 00:00:00 EST</pubDate>
<description>Kendo UI is a Web, Mobile and Data Visualization framework that's all HTML5,JS and CSS from Telerik. It's under a open source dual-license. Scott talks to Todd from Telerik about the thinking behind Kendo. Why not jQuery Mobile? How open source is it? Where does Todd see this framework going?
Disclosure: Telerik is a sponsor of the show, but this podcast is unrelated.
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<itunes:summary>Kendo UI is a Web, Mobile and Data Visualization framework that's all HTML5,JS and CSS from Telerik. It's under a open source dual-license. Scott talks to Todd from Telerik about the thinking behind Kendo. Why not jQuery Mobile? How open source is it? Where does Todd see this framework going?
Disclosure: Telerik is a sponsor of the show, but this podcast is unrelated.</itunes:summary>
<itunes:duration>00:34:00</itunes:duration>
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<title>Framework Series: The eXpand Framework with Apostolis Bekiaris</title>
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<pubDate>Thu, 15 Dec 2011 14:15:15 EST</pubDate>
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<itunes:summary>Before he worked for DevExpress, Apostolis Bekiaris worked on an open source project with others in the community based on a DevExpress commercial Framework. Now he works for the company! How does he balance open and commercial, how does the team choose features to support and more.</itunes:summary>
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<title>Framework Series: Steve Smith from NimblePros on Anti-Patterns</title>
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<pubDate>Thu, 08 Dec 2011 13:32:44 EST</pubDate>
<description>Scott chats with Steve Smith from NimblePros about the 2012 Software Craftsmanship Motivational Calendar...specifically Anti-Patterns. Iceberg Class, Design By Committee, Reinventing the Wheel, there's some you know, some you don't. They are all anti-patterns and something to watch out for. Steve explains why.
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<itunes:summary>Scott chat
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<itunes:duration>00:31:00</itunes:duration>
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<title>Framework Series: The Chuck Norris Framework with Rob Reynolds</title>
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<pubDate>Thu, 01 Dec 2011 17:36:00 EST</pubDate>
<description>Scott talks to Rob Reynolds, one half of the "Chuck Norris Framework." It's a collection of tools for development, build, deployment, and more. Why build your own framework? When do you know
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it's done? How do you balance work requirements and public requirements with your own ideas?
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<itunes:summary>Scott talks to Rob Reynolds, one half of the "Chuck Norris Framework." It's a collection of tools for development, build, deployment, and more. Why build your own framework? When do you
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<itunes:duration>00:32:00</itunes:duration>
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<title>Understanding BDD and NSpec with Matt Florence and Amir Rajan</title>
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<pubDate>Fri, 25 Nov 2011 00:00:00 EST</pubDate>
<description>Scott sits down with NSpec authors Matt Florence and Amir Rajan to talk about Behavior Driven Development (BDD). Where does one start with BDD? Is BDD just TDD with a fancier name or can it really change how you design software? The NSpec guys set
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Scott on the right path.
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<itunes:duration>00:35:00</itunes:duration>
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<title>Developing a mobile app for iPhone, Windows Phone 7 and Android with Toran Billups</title>
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<pubDate>Thu, 17 Nov 2011 02:36:39 EST</pubDate>
<description>Scott sits down with micro-ISV mobile developer Toran Billups. Toran has written, published and sold his mobile application on iPhone, Android and Windows Phone. In the process of writing BlueFlix, his Blockbuster Express movie application, he learned mobile development on three platforms. What was his experience and what does that tell us about the state of mobile development today?
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<itunes:summary>Scott sits down with micro-ISV mobile developer Toran Billups. Toran has written, published and sold his mobile application on iPhone, Android and Windows Phone. In the process of writing BlueF
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lix, his Blockbuster Express movie application, he learned mobile development on three platforms. What was his experience and what does that tell us about the state of mobile development today?</itunes:summary>
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<description>One day Henrik Frystyk Nielsen met Tim Berners-Lee at CERN and became his first graduate student. He joined the W3C and worked on HTTP and some of the first browsers. Henrik is one of the primary authors of the HTTP specification. He sits down with Scott and they chat about the history of the web from HTTP to the mysterious HTTP Status Code 418.
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<title>Damian Edwards explains The Realtime Web for ASP.NET with SignalR</title>
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<pubDate>Thu, 03 Nov 2011 13:10:45 EST</pubDate>
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<itunes:duration>00:35:00</itunes:duration>
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<title>Designing a better experience with Sara Summers</title>
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<pubDate>Thu, 27 Oct 2011 00:00:00 EST</pubDate>
<description>Scott talks to Microsoft UX expert Sara Summers at the Heartland Developer's Conference. Sara has coauthored the recently published book for experienced designers, entitled Dynamic Prototyping. Sara loves to talk about big ideas, changing everything, breaking your toys, throwing away your designs and capturing new ideas.
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<title>Inside Visual Studio Performance and PerfWatson with Phil Price</title>
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<pubDate>Fri, 21 Oct 2011 00:00:00 EST</pubDate>
<description>Scott goes directly to the source and talks to Phil Price from the Visual Studio team. Why is VS sometimes slow? When it is slow, what's really happening? What is PerfWatson and how will it help them make VS faster? All this and some hints in interesting improvements in the next version of Visual Studio!
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