Correct me if I'm wrong but my understanding was that the signed driver requirement is for drivers that run in the Kernel (chipset, network, etc). I understood that any driver that run in User space (graphics on Vista, USB devices, etc) do not require
being signed. Signing drivers on Kernel mode drivers should improve the quality of those drivers since companies will be more likely to test then release rather than do 2000 revisions of a driver to stabilize it.
I agree. Killing the video in the middle of a sentence is NG. Also if you are going to break up a video all parts should be posted at the same time. How am I going to sleep now without knowing how this video ends??? Seriously though, the videos
should still be made available in full. I used to hate the short videos from the early days of channel 9. Each question was its own video. The long videos need to stay.
This is awesome. I love hearing from Brian. He has a great way of talking about a problem from a higher level and still giving a lot of the detail. I also love the fact that he doesn't start every sentence with "So..." That must have been difficult
for him being around so many people that have adopted that annoying habit.
In any case I want more from Brian. You could spend a whole week with him and I would watch. Thanks Charles for a good video. Try to figure out the formula of what you did right on this video and repeat!