Hanselminutes with Scott Hanselman

Hanselminutes is Fresh Air for Developers. A weekly commute-time podcast that promotes fresh technology and fresh voices. Talk and Tech for Developers, Life-long Learners, and Technologists.


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Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 19 days 38 minutes


episode 12: Top Ten Utilities you Didn't Know you Had

This week Scott uncovers the coolest utilities on your system that you may not know you have. Windows XP and 2003 users will appreciate these time-saving utilities.


 2006-04-07  29m

episode 11: Microsoft Command Shell (MONAD)

Scott digs into MONAD scripts, commands, providers, and more. If you are a .NET developer and have never heard of MONAD, you MUST listen to this show. If you have heard of it, you'll learn something new.


 2006-03-22  30m

episode 10: Functional Testing Tools Roundup

Scott talks about his experience with functional testing tools including TestComplete by AutomatedQA.


 2006-03-15  44m

episode 9: Debugging ASP.NET

Debugging by coincidence, Debugging Tools, Ruby CLR, SysInternals Tools, Fusion, YATT, and more and more and more.


 2006-03-08  43m

episode 8: Free Resources for .NET Developers

Scott talks about a series of free tools, utilities, and websites that help .NET developers do their best.


 2006-03-02  36m

episode 7: XML Tools and Technologies

Scott talks with Carl about tools for using and manipulating XML from readers and writers to XPath readers, transformers, and more.


 2006-02-22  33m

episode 6: The LinkSys WRT54GL Router

Scott gives you the skinny on hacking into the Linksys WRT54 GL Linux-based router.


 2006-02-15  31m

episode 5: The State of the Mono Project.

Scott goes around the block with Mono, an Open Source implementation of the .NET Framework.


 2006-02-09  28m

episode 4: Continuous Integration

In this episode, scott focuses on Continuous Integration, highlighting nearly 20 tools that you can use today to help automate the test and build process.


 2006-02-01  34m

episode 3: Geotagging, Ubuntu, MacTel, XSLT Performance

In this episode, Scott talks about adding a Windows key to the Thinkpad 42T keyboard; A screen grabber called Winsnap; the Microsoft Research groupshot project; EX-IF, Geo-Caching, and Mashups; Running OSX on Intel and why XP on the Mac will never work; Dual Boot with OSX; a fun Aqua interface in DHTML; The easiest Linux in the world, and how XSLT in .NET 2.0 is your friend.


 2006-01-25  40m