# Friday, 18 April 2008

In this episode, Dave and Larry sit down with Richard Campbell at the recent Deeper in .NET conference held in Milwaukee, WI. Richard is Product Evangelist for Strangeloop Networks and is co-host of .NET Rocks and RunAs Radio. Richard shares with us his insights on how to build scalable web applications.

Also, Dave and Larry announced the upcoming Visual Studio 2008 virtual launch in Second Life on April 26th, 2008, 9:00am - 4:00 PST. Zain Naboulsi has all of the details.

 

Download / Listen to the Show

http://thirstydeveloper.com/Shows/TD019-RichardCampbell.mp3


Blogs you should know

Larry's Pick: Damon Payne: Hand Waving Software Architect

Dave's Pick: LifeHacker.com

Dave's Software Pick: FeedDemon

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# Monday, 07 April 2008

This week Dave Interviewed Jeff Atwood author of the Coding Horror blog during the recent Microsoft Technology Summit.  Larry and Dave also spend some time talking about their favorite geek movies.

Download / Listen to the Show

http://thirstydeveloper.com/Shows/TD018-JeffAtwood.mp3

Blogs you should know

Larry's Pick: Jeff Brand's Slickthought.net 

Dave's Pick: Tim Heuer's Method ~ of Object ~ Failed


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# Friday, 28 March 2008

This week we interviewed Jeff Webber who created the Farseer Physics Engine, which is a 2D Physics engine originally written for XNA, but was ported to support Silverlight with help from Bill Reiss of Blue Rose Games.  You can check out some samples written on Silverlight 2.  Jeff is using the physics engine to create some cool games, which you can check out at Farseer Games.  You can follow Jeff at the Farseer Games Blog.

Download / Listen to the Show

http://thirstydeveloper.com/Shows/TD017-Farseer.mp3

Blogs you should know

Larry's Pick: Zune Insider

Dave's Pick: XNA Team Blog

Dave's Bonus Pick: Games on your Zune!?! What? How? When? by Laura Foy from Channel 10

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