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MSDN Screencasts, Webcasts and Shows

MSDN offers a wide variety of streaming media content to suit your technical learning needs. Whether you like the quick, informal, shaky-cam style of 'MSDN TV', the longer, variety talk show style of 'The .NET Show', or the straightforward, how-to technical approach of 'MSDN Screencasts and Webcasts', MSDN has what you need.

Don't have the time to read a 10-page how-to article or watch a full length Webcast? Try an MSDN Screencast, a Webcast that takes you step-by-step to discovering new functionality or exploring a hot developer topic, all in 10-15 minutes. (Presented by the UK Team)

Webcasts

The MSDN Webcasts offer 90 minutes of deep, how-to technical information presented by knowledgeable Microsoft subject matter experts. These live, interactive events are free. You can ask the presenter technical questions or listen to questions from other participants. Online seating is limited to the first 1,000 registrants, so register early.

MSDN TV

MSDN TV is a short video, appearing weekly, featuring useful technology tips and insights from the folks behind the scenes at Microsoft. Tune in to stay in-the-know with MSDN TV. Don't forget to check out the complete list of archived shows. (available offline)

The .NET Show

The .NET Show keeps you up to date on the cutting-edge technologies that can make a difference in your Windows and Web applications. We've designed the .NET Show to include a balanced blend of technology, education, and coding examples, as well as a little light-hearted entertainment. Each episode focuses on an individual technology and provides you the background you need, from high-level issues to ground-level coding, to take advantage of that technology. (available offline)

.NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks! is an Internet audio talk show for .NET developers, hosted by Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell. Franklin and Campbell interview .NET experts and other industry movers and shakers, and answer your .NET questions on the air. (available offline)

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