Charles, you said you would post links to the blogs. Where are they?
Here they are.
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DigitalDud wrote: Download link seems to point to the stream instead of WMV.
Fixed, but not until the cache expires (we need to work on that...)
DigitalDud wrote:Download link seems to point to the stream instead of WMV.
Wil wrote:Thanks for the video. For all the talk about how wonderful .NET is and how "the future of programming is managed code," etc., it would be nice to have a follow-up video specifically about programming unmanaged code with VC 8 and about MS's roadmap for native code development in future versions. After all, Vista itself is based on the Windows server 2003 R2 code base, so I wonder to what extent the future of programming in Windows really is managed code. The Win32 API will hang around for a long time yet, and it would be good to have a video on new and forthcoming tools for programming with that API and with MFC or ATL.
More videos on C++ programming emphasizing concurrency and clustering would also be welcome!
That sounds fun, MikeSan. I'm in.
Does anyone know why most of the wmv files from this site won't play on my xbox 360 extender with MCE 2005? They play fine on the PC using media center, but most all of them give me the unsupported file type/codec when I try to play them through the 360.
DenvilleSteve wrote:ok, please dont get get upset at what I have to say, but I do like your interviews and I think Microsoft is doing stellar work lately. The woman doing the interviewing is very distracting. The interview is not about her and the content is not so dull that she has to jazz it up somehow. She seems to be acting the role of someone who is interviewing people at Microsoft for channel 9! ( got the same impression when watching the interviews from Microsoft India. Maybe the two regular interviewers do such a great job that everyone else pales in comparison.
Your interviews are terrific. You are capturing the creative essence of people who are on the leading edge of commercial computer science. Honestly, you should get an academy award or something.