I just noticed that TheServerSide.NET posted a couple of podcasts I did with Jack Vaughan about ASP.NET AJAX and some other fun stuff.
In the podcasts we talk about the rising tide of user experiences and how best to incrementally move to this model.
Here is a clip from the site...
BTW -- how do you like that "oil-painting" effect they choose? I am not sure what to read into the fact that they felt my picture needed to be obscured ;-)
April 11, 2007
TheServerSide.NET recently spoke with Microsoft's Brad Abrams to find out what he is seeing in the field and what the chefs in Redmond are cooking. Along the way he discusses patterns of AJAX frameworks, which can encompass different parts of client and server, and which may be applied in different measure by different teams.
Patterns of ASP.NET AJAX development Part 1 - 9.0 KB, MP3, 9:40 Patterns of ASP.NET AJAX development Part 2 - 12.9 KB, MP3, 13:48
Also see Video TechTalk: Brad Abrams on AJAX
Brad Abrams was a founding member of both the Common Language Runtime, and .NET Framework teams at Microsoft where he is currently the Group Program Manager for the UI Framework and Services team. He is co-author of Framework Design Guidelines.
Jack Vaughan is site editor for TheServerSide.NET. He has served as co-chair for the XML/Web ServicesONE conference. He has covered software development for 12 years including distributed object technology, XML and application servers. Previous to TheServerSide.NET, Vaughan was editor-at-large at Application Development Trends.