Kyle Baley: follow Kyle on Twitter
Earlier this year I was priviledged to be able to record a short podcast with Kyle Baley. I’m not usually so slow at getting content such as this produced and published online. 2008 has been different, I’ve spent a lot of time in London and as such have enjoyed / endured the travel that goes with that. I’ve also endured my first dental work in many years, costly financially and in time too. All things told, everything mounts up and something has to give…finding time has been hard! FWIW, a 15 minute podcast like this one takes roughly an hour to produce.
Kyle is one of the many well-respected CodeBetter.com bloggers. Recorded live outside Italian Graffiti (their web-site does need a face lift, yes?) near Soho, London, just after ALT.NET Beers 2, organised by Sebastien Lambla. There is some traffic noise, please grin and bear it, one has to grab podcasts with superstars as and when they arise, rarely is there a quiet room to hide in!
Photos of the event can be found here.
Kyle Baley and Donald Belcham are working on a book, Brownfield Application Development in .NET, published by Manning. This podcast was recorded in June 2008, the dates given in this podcast were accurate at the time of recording! Please visit the Manning web-site for further release information.
This podcast: http://www.craigmurphy.com/podcasts/043-Kyle-Baley.mp3
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The Twelve Podcasts of Christmas 2008
01 – Kyle Baley on ALT.NET and Brownfield Development in .NET
02 – Aaron Parker on Microsoft Application Virtualisation
03 – Caroline Bucklow from IT4Communities: charitable software development
04 – Eileen Brown on IT Professionals, TechNet, Women In Technology & Girl Geek Dinners
05 – Stephen Lamb on security, community, Linux and Twitter
06 – Cristiano Betta on Geek Dinners
07 – David Yack and Jonathan Carter on ALT.NET, MVC and Community
08 – Andrew Fryer on SQL Server 2008 and “upgrade”
09 – Viral Tarpara on Collaboration, SharePoint, Open Source (Port 25) and Community
10 – Guy Smith Ferrier on Internationali[s|z]ation, VS2008, .net 3.5, C# language features
11 – Matt Dunstan on event management, “engagement” and life as an Application Platform Manager
12 – Stephen Lamb on his new role in marketing / PR