This Week in Tech: Just kidding.
I like C9TV
This is a show that seeks to be whatever Niners, Dan and Brian evolve it into (there, Sven, one of my Niner platitudes for you). It's a dynamic show that emits its type-ed-ness at runtime.
So, I'm partial to "Name This Show" as show identifier since that provides for maximum thematic variety. In a real sense, dynamically typed.
Looking forward to the next episode!
How about Channel9<T> show? Use generics!
The link for the zip file is not there.
I would however hope you can enable it always loading with the download version that is going to come out.
I think he meant that (last part of the interview questions). The download of the source code (whichever way they package it) will allow offline use of this as well (the "airplane" example).
Can't wait to use it (more than that, just looking at the .NET code and learning from that)
raymond wrote:When are expecting to go RTM or RTW on SP1 for Windows Vista?
Guessing, SP1 will RTM same time as Longhorn Server (since it's the same codebase, or atleast shared codebase)
For those in Connect, the beta is now online (confusing links but you'll eventually find your English / other language install)
Chadk wrote:Seems like a canned version of popfly and workflow. How does this justify that it doesnt seem to bring ALL that much new stuff to the table?
My thoughts exactly... the only thing I see different is CCR is available and the parallel programming thing (forgot what it was called, but he gave an example when doing the calculation in the end of the demo). This could easily be integrated in WF... known enviornment, programmin model (XAML), WPF and WCF also available..
Not using external keyboard/mouse, but it worked for me.
- Vista w/ latest updates
- IBM ThinkPad T60 (using built-in mouse/keyboard)
Pretty cool game! I also liked the idea of the password So that we can start the game where we left off (atleast level-wise, not pointwise).
Seems simple enough, but considering the platform it was built on and future capabilities, it's just amazing!
Can't wait for you to build the community around this start opening up (level editor, contests, source code!)
Awesome! This was a great way to demonstrate the various C# 3.0/3.5 features and also introduce to LINQ. I've read the blogs and MSDN articles on this, but this was probably the best/quick way to get hands dirty.
Looking forward to more of these (probably on individual topics, but going a little deeper - like Extensions, anonymous types, query interfaces, etc).
Very interesting... (although, would've loved a "deep dive" type of thing where we could get some white boarding / demos).
Any research paper / samples (even better - existing technologies) on this subject?