The C# Disco Floor Guy - Clint Rutkas

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    z2bass
    That's really awsome... the guy on your RIGHT (our left) should go to Walmart and buy a cheap timer thermostat... $5 max! (an no C# required)

    BTW.... C# = VB.NET!!!!! BOTH MERGE TO IL!!!!
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    Rory
    z2bass wrote:
    That's really awsome... the guy on your RIGHT (our left) should go to Walmart and buy a cheap timer thermostat... $5 max! (an no C# required)

    BTW.... C# = VB.NET!!!!! BOTH MERGE TO IL!!!!


    I know - I screwed up on the right/left thing.

    I was just excited Smiley
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    z2bass
    Rightfully so... no pun intended!
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    Rossj
    He really needs to hook up with my friend Martin who just delivered a video curtain to a cruise ship (which looks awesome and also driven by C#) - it would be totally Disco-tastic!
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    littleguru
    Rory touching somebody with his hands?
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    Ion Todirel
    cool, Rory add to Tags: Coding4Fun
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    Rory
    littleguru wrote:
    Rory touching somebody with his hands?


    I bumped my dose of Zoloft (sertraline) up a bit, and it seems to be helping out a lot with things like hand touching.

    It still makes me feel weird, but I feel more comfortable now than before.

    That said, I only touched his knuckles - for some reason, that's OK with my neuroses Smiley

    This is a common maneuver of mine. To avoid a handshake, I'll often offer to hug someone or to do knuckles.

    Plenty of human contact, so people are happy, and I can avoid getting any diseases (which doesn't seem to have worked - at home with a bad flu right now - blah).
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    Rory
    Ion Todirel wrote:
    cool, Rory add to Tags: Coding4Fun


    I was thinkin similarly, but I want to see first if it makes sense to add the extra tag.

    I think it will be, but I want to wait a little...
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    Johannes
    Rory. Man, you really need to start shaking hands. Its exactly because you don't that you get the cold. Let me put it in MS terms. Wink

    See, your immune system is sorta like Windows Live OneCare and it needs to be updated once in a while to keep the virus definitions up to date (i.e. get as many virus samples for your immune system to train on... especially new, updated vira). If you don't use the automatic update in windows your computer would be left wide open for anyone who'd like to get access. Just like your body is now open for all sorts of exploitation... :O

    Ehh, wait. That last part didn't sound right... Well, you get the point. Tongue Out

    So just go out and jump in an unclean pool... Sniff your fingers after poo poo, and sleep in a reactor core once in a while... It's all REALLY good for you! Big Smile

    Nah, I really like your interviewing style and your vids in general... Keep'em coming and keep up the good work!
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    Chadk

    Haha. Fantastic interview!!!!!!!!!!

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    littleguru
    Nice interview guys... I like the casual style.
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    CRPietschma​nn
    Great interview! Keep them coming!
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    ZippyV
    Rory wrote:
    
    littleguru wrote: Rory touching somebody with his hands?


    I bumped my dose of Zoloft (sertraline) up a bit, and it seems to be helping out a lot with things like hand touching.

    It still makes me feel weird, but I feel more comfortable now than before.

    That said, I only touched his knuckles - for some reason, that's OK with my neuroses 

    This is a common maneuver of mine. To avoid a handshake, I'll often offer to hug someone or to do knuckles.

    Plenty of human contact, so people are happy, and I can avoid getting any diseases (which doesn't seem to have worked - at home with a bad flu right now - blah).


    Perplexed ?
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    DarthVista
    Yes! Thanks, Rory, for yet another great video.
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    earnshaw
    Fantastic video.  A C# project that runs a disco floor for the most excellent  purpose of getting girls to come visit!  Has anyone contacted Marketing?  "C#:  The programming language that runs your enterprise and improves your love life!  At better retailers everywhere.  Oh, and don't forget to see our new Vista OS on display -- now with AEROGLASS technology."

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