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Richard Murillo - Using VSTS in Microsoft Legal

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Richard is one passionate guy about Visual Studio Team System. Who is he? He's a developer on Microsoft's legal team. Huh? Lawyers who code? Not quite. He builds systems for our lawyers to use. Anyway, hear how he's using VSTS in his job and why he's so excited about it. (This is a Scoble interview. Only a few left in our pipeline...)

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    The Discussion

    • brentnewbury

      I'm glad to hear (read) that there are a few Scoble interviews left. I'm not trying to insult Charles, he does some damn good interviews. I'm just wish Scoble could've chosen another path. I wish Scoble all the best best in his future endevours.

      And Charles, keep doing what you're doing. You're doing good. Smiley

    • RobertScoble
      Brent, thanks! My new cameras just arrived, so I'll be doing a different set of videos soon.

      Charles is doing kickass. I enjoy being in the audience here on Channel 9.
    • jsampsonPC
      RobertScoble wrote:
      Brent, thanks! My new cameras just arrived, so I'll be doing a different set of videos soon....


      You're going to keep doing videos? Where do we subscribe to your vid-list?
    • KevinB
      RobertScoble wrote:
      Brent, thanks! My new cameras just arrived, so I'll be doing a different set of videos soon.

      Charles is doing kickass. I enjoy being in the audience here on Channel 9.


      ARGHHH! somebody ban this Scoble fellow for blatantly plugging his new company/career/himself!

      Just kidding Robert.

      Also, sorry for posting off topic but I couldn't resist now that he isnt an admin!
    • Charles

      Hi Scoble! Thanks.

      Please let us know when you've released your latest stuff. We're very interested to see where you take this media blog stuff!

      Good luck!
      C

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