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As a follow up to the last podcast that featured Mike Moore and Scott Bellware discussing Alt.Net I spoke with Jeremy Miller to put out a vision for what he feels Alt.Net should represent and how it can be a positive thing in the community. This will be the last episode here on this topic, I promise to get back to normal technology discussions (next episode is about BDD and TDD). We talk about the following things: "Why So Mean?" from Alt.Net Seattle recorded by Scott Hanselman Aluminum Wiring in Your Software The Vote of No Confidence in the Entity Framework Summer of NHibernate NHibernate DimeCasts Fluent NHibernate NHibernate Profiler CodeBetter Dublin Mass Transit NServiceBus Derik Whittaker's NHibernate Posts Oxite Chad Myers Oxite Post -James My Blog Follow me on twitter kick it on DotNetKicks.com ShareThis Comments 17: The State of Alt.Net Download Mike Moore came out of retirement for one more conversation with Scott Bellware on the current state of Alt.NET. Scott's Tweets: and people wonder why I refute alt.net. it has merely become the new fundamentalism that was predicted two years ago at Austin altnetconf. alt.net's sole struggle appears to be to replace the current problematic status quo and replace it with itself alt.net has become the problem that it had sought to address. it is the next gen problem that will hopefully inspire much deeper movement. i am likely the only person who has sat and wept at the loss of potential that is what has become of alt.net. so much work. so much lost. alt.net is increasingly an avenue to increased microsoft payola for former progressive community voices The Curve: Mike and Scott cover the following: Crossing the Chasm Teaching, Symbology, and Intellectual Materialism Ė The Chasm is a Vacuum "Lonely people commiserating together." Technology evangelism Progressive software development Software craftsmanship SOLID principles Chad Meyers Posts "Every tool is a weapon - if you hold it right." - Ani DiFranco Orthodoxy & dogma -James and Mike kick it on DotNetKicks.com ShareThis Comments 16: State of IronRuby 2009 Download In my first solo-episode of the IronRuby podcast I talk with John Lam to get an update on the IronRuby project. The Lounge Advertising Network This episode of the Alt.NET Podcast is brought to you by The Lounge Advertising Network. Reach .NET developers on the sites and blogs that they trust and respect by advertising with The Lounge Advertising Network. We discuss the following: John Lam's talk at RubyConf 08 ** Watch This! ** IronRuby Repository on Github IronRuby Bug Tracker on RubyForge IronRuby.info MSDN: Automate Acceptance Testing With IronRuby RubySpec Project Paint.NET -James Avery kick it on DotNetKicks.com ShareThis Comments 15: Domain Driven Design Download In this episode, I talk with Rob Conery and James Avery about Domain Driven Design. The Lounge Advertising Network This episode of the Alt.NET Podcast is brought to you by The Lounge Advertising Network. Reach .NET developers on the sites and blogs that they trust and respect by advertising with The Lounge Advertising Network. We discuss the following: Understanding the business ASP.NET MVC Storefront Rob Conery limps and learns about Domain Driven Design Philosophical underpinnings of DDD Redundancy in the Space Shuttle Bounded Context Aggregate Root Applying Domain-driven Design and Patterns State Pattern Continuous Improvement And best of all, listen along as Rob drops the names of the following people: Brad Wilson Dave Laribee (twice) Scott Hanselman (twice) Scott Bellware (twice) Ben Taylor (twice) Jimmy Nilsson Jimmy Bogard Eric Evans This is my last episode hosting the Alt.NET Podcast. I want to thank the many gracious guests that have helped make the podcast such a success, and the listeners that have supported us and endured my scratchy voice. I hope that both the Alt.NET and the larger .NET communities have benefited from the podcast. James Avery is taking over the podcast and I am very excited to see where he goes and what improvements he makes. ~Mike Moore kick it on DotNetKicks.com ShareThis Comments 14: Object Databases Download In this episode, I talk with Rob Conery and James Avery about object databases. ANTS Profiler This episode of the Alt.NET Podcast is brought to you by Red Gateís ANTS Profiler. Have you ever needed to boost the performance of your .NET app? Or understand how your code is behaving? Or why it isnít behaving in the way you want it to? A code profiler like ANTS Profiler from Red Gate can help. It provides you with quantitative data such as hit count and code timings, so you donít have to waste time guessing where bottlenecks might be. Make your algorithms run more efficiently and improve your applications by downloading the 14-day free trial. We discuss the following: Object Database Database Styles Integration Database Applicatioon Database Matisse DB4Objects Crazy Talk: Reducing ORM Friction Database YAGNI Adoption of Object Databases Object Query Language







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