Cool stuff for developers over on Scott’s blog

Scott Guthrie is a general manager at Microsoft. One thing I like is his blog. It's been getting more and more popular with developers over the past few months. In the past couple of weeks he's been blogging up a storm with fun stuff for developers, here's a sample:

Maryam was just watching me type this post out and says she likes Scott (she hosts Webcasts for MSDN). "Why?" I ask. "He always answers his email," she answers. She also says that two weeks ago Scott held a Webcast that had the most attendees they've ever had (about 1,000 people watching live, 5,500 registered but it turns out that the technology they are using, LiveMeeting, can only handle about 1,250 attendees if there's desktop sharing going on).

12 thoughts on “Cool stuff for developers over on Scott’s blog

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  2. Kudos to Robert for highlighting ScottGu’s excellent blog. Scott’s communicative style is outstanding. One also gets the unmistakable sense that he’s a great manager. The quality of ASP.NET 2.0 also speaks to that.

  3. Kudos to Robert for highlighting ScottGu’s excellent blog. Scott’s communicative style is outstanding. One also gets the unmistakable sense that he’s a great manager. The quality of ASP.NET 2.0 also speaks to that.

  4. Whilst C# on the 360 is sweet, I am still pretty sure us app developers (none game developers) will never be able to run an instance of the code on a 360 without a licence/dev machine.

  5. Whilst C# on the 360 is sweet, I am still pretty sure us app developers (none game developers) will never be able to run an instance of the code on a 360 without a licence/dev machine.

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