The Thirsty Developer podcast is hosted by Dave Bost, Developer Evangelist for Microsoft Corporation. Each episode Dave talks with various software developers, software architects and technologists about their passion in the software development industry.
United States
50 episodes
since Apr, 2008


This week we are please to bring you an interview with Scott Seely (@sseely), who works as a developer / architect at Myspace.  We talk with Scott about some of the advanced features of WCF and where services are headed in the future. Show notes ”Blind search” comparison tool that Scott Mentioned Scott's recent Book: Effective REST Services via .NET: For .NET Framework 3.5 Internet Identity Workshop  Download / Listen to the Show http://shows.thirstydeveloper.com/TD069.mp3 Twitter Feed Thirsty Developer has a twitter feed, friend us at http://twitter.com/thirstyd
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