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The first Italian .NET podcast is born

A few days ago DotDotNet, the UserGroup of the Emilia-Romagna, published the first episode of DotCast, the first Italian podcast about .NET. The first episode is about ASP.NET MVC and about a general discussion on Cloud Computing and Azure. And I'm honored to have been the first guest of this show. I hope this doesn't bring bad luck to the show, as the last I've been the first guest at a show (Mindscape's BrainDump), I've also been the only guest. I hope this time, Igor and Alessandro will keep up with the good work, and give to Italians a reason to...

4 podcasts about Azure with Wally

If you want to get started with Azure, you might be interested in listening to the 4 last episodes of ASP.NET Podcast, by Wally. Episode 131 is a general discussion about Cloud Computing in general (MP3 only). Then things get more interesting, and Wally talks about two of the main components of Windows Azure: Blob Storage and Table Storage. These two episodes are screencasts that show how to setup the development environment, how to use the local Azure fabric and the how to create a simple CRUD application. Then the last episode (#134) is the a wrap up show, with general thought on...

Finally someone pronounced my name correctly

Last week Craig Shoemaker published the 50th show of this great Polymorphic Podcast: ASP.NET MVC Resources. Around 4:15 he says hello to me and thanks me for pointing him to some resources, and doing so he is the first English speaking person I know that pronounced my name and also also my surname right. I lived in a English speaking country for 8 months and it was frustrating to never hear my name pronounced correctly even after I put an audio file pronouncing it the Italian way (JB almost got it during my video interview), so it's great to hear someone who...