TWC9: Asli Bilgin, Halloween, VS2010, and community events

November 4th, 2009 · No Comments

This week on Channel 9, Dan is joined by Asli Bilgin to discuss the week’s top developer news including:

- We discuss Asli’s blog, Sling Alibi, and her changing role from working in the east region to working in Dubai.
- Asli’s east region team has a dedicated portal on Channel 9 with news, events, etc
- Andrew Duthie - – The goal is to be the single source for Microsoft and community events
- Andrew’s countdown to the Visual Studio 2010 launch gadget using Silverlight
- Scott Guthrie -Searching and Navigating Code in Visual Studio 2010, covers Navigate To, View Call Hierarchy, and Highlight references features
- Scott Guthrie – WPF 4 Improvements including new controls, performance, caching, easing, and more
- Pete Brown - Walkthrough of the new WPF 4 Calendar Control
- Brian Peek – Coding4Fun Show – WPF Media Kit with Jeremiah Morrill
- Lester Lobo – New WPF Beta 2 includes Windows 7 Jumplist support
- Yochay Kiriaty – Windows Team Blog - Windows 7 Trigger Start Services Part 1
- Joe Healy - Windows 7 Multitouch and TouchPack video
- Gunnar Peipman – The .NET Framework 4.0 string.IsNullOrWhiteSpace() method for finding empty spaces, line breaks, tabs, etc
- Sara Chipps –, a way to share multiple links via Twitter
 - Phil Haack - ASP.NET Web Server here Explorer extension to easily pull up an ASP.NET page through a browser
- Dmitry Lyalin, Peter Laudati - Connected Show podcast for all things interoperability
- Zhiming Xue – ArcCast.TV, Cx0 Level discussion on Cloud computing
-, Resources for helping startups get off the ground
Girl Geek Dinners – A way for women in technology to get together to discuss and learn
Girls in Tech – An organization dedicated to getting more women in technology
- Lynn Langit - Teaching kids to code and how to move projects from Small Basic to Visual Basic Express

Picks of the week:
Asli’s pick – David Isbitski – Setting up a development environment on a Netbook
Dan’s pick – Laura Foy - Bug Killer – A Channel 9 Halloween special
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