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The Old New Thing - Interview with Raymond Chen

The Old New Thing - Interview with Raymond Chen

Show #56 Mar 22 2007 plus show notes

Scott sits down with the original raconteur of Windows, Raymond Chen to talk about all things Win32 and where Microsoft Bob is currently.

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