Brady, if you could stop hitting the desk every few seconds that would be great! (it's very distracting)
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I guess we have to thank Roslyn project (at least in part) for these collections
Just a nitpick. Maybe there's a reason behind that but it irks me when presenters do "right click -> resolve > using .." rather than ctrl+. [enter] to resolve namespaces (add usings).
I think this teaches the audience of a very inefficient way to work as a developer (though I hope the audience already knows the faster way).
Other than that, good session, thanks!
When I read "Delayed Loading on Startup" I was hoping for a solution of how to disable this on Windows 8 CP. Windows is installed on an SSD. With Win7 right after logon and ctrl+shift+esc I used to see CPU spiking at 100% and droping down right after all apps are loaded. Win8 completely different story on same hardware. There is 5-10s pause after logon and only then apps are loaded. Task manager doesn't show that either CPU or disk would be maxed out. Seems like Win8 just wants to tease me :/ Any ideas how to solve that? By the way these apps that are now delayed have shortcuts in Startup folder in start menu.
Tip for presenter. Don't punish/bash/hit-with-force your space and enter keys. After I notice this once this is all I can hear... and worst of all I start anticipating for when will then next Hulk-smash spacebar keypress will happen. Just saying I'm sure I'm not the only one
Please don't confuse the viewers, Windows Phone doesn't have multitasking, it has fast app switching which is way different. i.e. you can't have RunKeeper tracking your route in the background while you are using Foursquare. You can't have a sound recorder active while you go use the calculator and so on and so on.
I have a keyboard related question from PowerPoint. When `Editing Points` of a shape (say rectangle). How can I select different points and move them with a keyboard? (it's a nightmare to do this with a touchpad).
p.s. fun show
Hey guys, maybe Channel 9 crew could invite Phil and Damian and have them present a short version of this talk for all the Channel 9 viewers to see?
This is such a great topic and I believe many ASP.NET developers would love to hear more about it.