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Manip wrote:Two quick suggestions --
1. Use a tripod to steady the camera
2. Use a sound filter in post-production
Charles, thanks again for this video. I think you need to interview compiler people more often.
ZippyV wrote:Very nice code you got there guys:
- Putting an empty doctype at the beginning: <!DOCTYPE >
- Putting an <HTML> tag in the middle of the page between the <STYLE> and the <BODY> tags.
I'm surprised IE actually showed something.
But then he comes back with weak stuff -- about Betsy not being a coder, and that most MS employees are not coders, so women don't need be afraid to join Microsoft. I like Betsy's take better -- that there is no need to be afraid of coding. His implication seemed to be that somehow coding is scarier for women, so they might want to avoid it!
The subject is slightly esoteric and might have benefited from having a possible int/external customer for the Phoenix to throw in few leading questions. When the interviewer comes off as trying to think up a question on the spot it just doesn't come out very well in terms of audiences confidence on the information gained and time spent.
Though since I don't write compilers I feel bad complaining here about the free peak into latest research..
LaBomba wrote: This'll be interesting...
"From her magenta hair to her magenta personality"
"C" what do you mean, define magenta personality?
Charles wrote: She's not a Microsoft employee... When somebody makes a request for a video interviewee, I like to know why.
That is interesting. I always assumed (watching the .Net Show) that she was. Why did they not use a MS person for that? Cheers.