dnrTV Show #70: Brian Kuhn on The Argotic Syndication Framework

Posted in Frameworks, Web Technologies, Development on July 06, 2008

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Our guest this week is .NET developer Brian Kuhn. Brian was inspired by Carl's pwopcatcher project to develop this .NET framework for syndication. The Argotic framework makes reading and writing syndication data sources in common formats such as RSS, Atom, OPML, RSD, etc. very easy while still remaining powerful enough to handle the myriad of syndication extensions commonly in use today.

Brian Kuhn is a .NET developer for a medium sized school district in eastern Washington. Prior to working for the school district he had a short stint working for Microsoft in their Corporate Services Information Technology (CSIT) group. His interests include blogging, Tae Kwon Do, .NET programming, stalking Mark Miller, and the social influences of technology. His only regret in life is getting Carl hooked on VB.NET, as you should have seen the beautiful C# code Carl used to write...

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Tags: Frameworks, Technologies, RSS, .NET Framework, ATOM, dnrTV, Argotic, OPML, RSD, syndication