Scott Hanselman (twitter github blog) Joe Eames (twitter github blog) Aaron Frost (twitter github blog) Charles Max Wood (twitter github Teach Me To Code Rails Ramp Up)
01:14 – Scott Hanselman Introduction
Community Program Manager for Web Tools at Microsoft Azure and Web Tools ASP.NET Runtime
Microsoft Build Developer Conference Scott Hanselman: Angle Brackets, Curly Braces, One ASP.NET and the Cloud Json.NET
13:40 – The Cost of Web Development
Tooling Sublime Text Visual Studio
18:17 – Libraries and Frameworks
24:14 – Innovation in Software
34:14 – Windows and Internet Explorer
Scott Hanselman: Azure for the non-Microsoft Person - How and Why?
45:58 – Open Source
49:12 – asm.js
52:05 – Angle Brackets Conference
The Wolverine (Joe) ng-conf (Joe) Cancún (Aaron) @ngconf (Aaron) Wistia (Chuck) Mumford And Sons 'Hopeless Wanderer' Music Video (Scott) Beyoncé Joins the Short Hair Club (Scott)
Screencasting: Sharing What You Know Through Video
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CHUCK: Aaron Frost.
CHUCK: I’m Charles Max Wood from DevChat.TV. And we have a special guest that is Scott Hanselman.
CHUCK: Since you’re new to the show, do you want to introduce yourself really quickly?
SCOTT: My name is Scott Hanselman. You can learn more about me on the internet by googling for Scott. I’m in an epic battle right now with the Scott toilet paper people. You’ll find me just below Scott toilet tissue. I’ve been blogging for ten years. More than ten years, 13 years. I work at Microsoft right now. Before that I worked in finance at a company called Corillian that is now Fiserv. I’ve been building big systems on the web for as long as the web’s been around.
CHUCK: Wow. What do you do at Microsoft?
SCOTT: I would say that my primary focus is just anything that makes the web better and moves the web forward. While I work for ASP.NET and most of my work is in C#,