@David Hanson: Agreed. Bart is a superhuman developer.
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|Coffeehouse||Which smartphone with good camera allows to take photos without unlocking the phone and Quickly?||12||Sep 06, 2014 at 7:07 PM|
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|Coffeehouse||Erik Meijer's Introduction to Functional Programming course on edX||0||Jun 04, 2014 at 9:04 AM|
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@CodeNameUnknown1: Thanks. Indeed, I've used the same point-and-shoot camera for most of my time on C9 (so, 10+years). I didn't think it was that bad, but if/when I do another one of these, I'll borrow some pro gear from Golnaz. Or, maybe she will film it and you'll get better angles, panning and, well, professional quality all around. :)
@scyonx: Unfortunately, the .NET API Design Guidelines Digest is not available. I've asked the .NET Framework people (some of them long time Niners... Hi Immo!!) when it may show up again (and understandably with some updated guidelines given it's age...).
@Proton2: Wow. That's excellent listening, Proton :) It was a quip regarding Seattle's warm Summer this year (minus the past week, but it's warming back up again as I type...). I believe the discussion of the Greenhouse Effect lasted for a sentence or two, mostly in passing based on Ian's stated experience with the sunny warm weather we've been enjoying in Seattle during his internship... Not worth much serious discussion on this thread. Indeed, I'm well aware of orders of magnitude scaling...
Hope you enjoyed the discussion that was a bit more serious in nature (accounting for 99% of the conversation's volume) and completely unrelated to the Greenhouse Effect. I believe this topic has many posts dedicated to it in the Coffeehouse, where it belongs.
@shaggygi: Still waiting on approval for the Cortana Rx deep dive.
@Trillian: Fair enough. I don't do this that much these days, so blame it on some rust. Those are excellent questions. However, this isn't a Going Deep and the idea was to chat with an Intern about something cool he had made. That said, I suspect Ian can answer your questions right here on this thread!
@Ivan: I've been heads down on new things and sadly haven't had the time to do C9. I miss it, believe me. What a joy it was to be able to make content for C9 for so long. I'll always appreciate Microsoft for supporting C9 over the years and in particular for paying me to do it! As for C++ content, specifically, I'll see if we can't up the game a bit with more conversational pieces and getting STL into the studio again!!!