DotNetRocks Part Deux

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I did another interview with those wild and crazy guys, Carl and Richard. My first time (show 261) being on .NET Rocks was back in August of 2007 when I talked about Subtext, Open Source, and my blog.

This time (show 339), the interview focused on my experiences with working at Microsoft and the work I do on the ASP.NET MVC project. Notice that my profile pic hasn’t changed at all. I should do something about that.

I haven’t listened to it yet as I hate hearing myself talk. Even worse is seeing myself on video.

In any case, if you are interested, take a listen to the latest .NET Rocks show.

Oh, and I was also a guest on Hanselminutes recently. That talk was recorded at ALT.NET Open Spaces in Seattle. It’s only a coincidence that these two interviews came out a week apart. They were recorded more than a week apart. Honestly, I’m not a microphone whore. I’m more of a camera whore. ;)

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  1. Avatar for JiltedCitizen
    JiltedCitizen May 6th, 2008

    You are not alone in the aversion of hearing and seeing oneself recorded. I wonder why that is?

  2. Avatar for secretGeek
    secretGeek May 6th, 2008

    good interview phil!
    sounds like some great involvement with the community on this one.
    cheers
    lb

  3. Avatar for David Arno
    David Arno May 6th, 2008

    You seem to have developed a taste for podcast interviews Phil. Hanselminutes and .NET Rocks within a week of each other!

  4. Avatar for Haacked
    Haacked May 6th, 2008

    @David it turns out they were recorded more than a week apart. They were just released a week apart.

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    Mitch May 8th, 2008

    I listened to your hanselminutes interview, great discussion. The only thing is that it was two short, I would have liked to get a little more discussion as to what things you guys thought were going to be in the release version of the main product and how the MvcContrib project was going to decorate that future version.
    Great job on getting the community involved. I've never seen any other group in MS be this involved and open.
    Thanks!