4 thoughts on “DNR TV on .NET 3.5 Languages – Part 1 Posted”

  1. Wow… what a fantastic Video. Found this blog through dnrtv. I’m a (intermediate) C# developer and I learned quite a lot, being that I learned on my own. Initially I didn’t think it would be that interesting, but oh how wrong I was!!! I admit I’m not the most skilled developer, but You taught more than just C#, but rather good programming practices.

    Great Job. I’m adding your RSS Feed to my reader!

  2. Great videos! Very helpful and informative!

    As I am delving into vb9 and LINQ to objects/sql, I’m running into a problem that i can only conclude is a bug. I’ve come to this because I’ve actually downloaded sample code straight out of the LINQ project (msdn) how-to videos and still can not run on my machine. I continue to get a stack overflow error.

    If possible, please take a look at my forum posting at
    http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=2780346&SiteID=1

    Thank you in advance for any help or guidance you can provide.

  3. I don’t see the problem with that. Is it an exact copy of all the code with the subroutine? Can you repro it in a small sample? If so, I think you should submit it to Connect as a bug.

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