In this episode, guest Brian Hitney joins Peter to discuss how he migrated the My World Maps application to Windows Azure. Brian talks about migration issues, scalability challenges, and blowing up shared hosting. (Interview starts at 18:25.)
Also, Dmitry and Peter rap about Dancing with the Stars, the XBox 360 Kinect, Dmitry’s TWiT application for Windows Phone 7, and 'Camp Gowanus'.
In this episode, guest Andrew Brust joins Peter to re-cap the recent Microsoft PDC 2010 conference and Silverlight 5 Firestarter. Andrew and Peter discuss the latest Azure platform developments, including VM role, Admin mode, and SQL Azure sharding.
Also, Andrew provides us with some blue badge analysis on the future of Silverlight in an HTML5 world.
And, we’re back! In an increasingly diverse world of mobile devices, the .NET developer is likely to end up supporting multiple mobile platforms. In this episode, guest Roger Heim joins Peter to talk about connecting .NET & WCF Services with Android clients.
Also, Dmitry unknowingly joins the show with his take on the PDC 2010 announcements. Peter covers the (in)sanity of Silverlight v. HTML5.
In this episode, 'guest' Dmitry Lyalin joins Peter to talk about building a real world Windows Phone 7 application. Dmitry unveils his TWiT.tv application for Windows Phone 7 and walks us through how he developed it.
Also, Dmitry and I cover the latest Microsoft developer news, including ASP.NET security, Windows Phone Dev tools, and the Internet Explorer 9 Beta.
In this episode, the one and only Windows Azure Tactical Strategist, Steve Marx, joins Dmitry and Peter to give us an update on the Windows Azure platform. Steve talks about common real world Windows Azure use patterns, including storage and compute instance configurations.
Steve uses some strategic tactics to tell us what's in the tea leaves for the future of Azure. Peter also responds to 'cat ladies & acne-laden teenagers' by sharing 'The Memo'.
In this episode, Dmitry and Peter cover the latest news around the Microsoft developer space, including Windows Azure updates, interoperability, & Windows Phone 7. They also talk about the new Visual Studio LightSwitch. Is it really for cat ladies?
Peter & Dmitry discuss who the target audience is for LightSwitch as well as how some in the community feel it may or may not impact professional Microsoft Developers in the industry.
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