I think this feature of Live Unit Testing looks exciting. However, I've got one important question about the LUT. It is the habit of my colleagues to not write strictly speaking unit tests, but rather they'll write integration tests and use the MS Test for testing it. For example, rather than mock data for a test, they'd rather just open a connection to the database in the "unit test", read in the data and test the code that way. I can only imagine that LUT would cause a lot of network traffic. Under such circumstances would it be a bad idea to use LUT?
Very interesting show, Larry and Gov. I'm having problems updating my desktop PC at home, from Windows 8 Pro, to Windows 8.1 Pro. It just won't do it, and that's after 2 attempts. However, this show has made me think that maybe the issue is with some hard drivers I've got installed. One in particular, might be what's causing my problems, as it's to an old HP Laser printer, which I don't even have anymore (I think the driver is still installed). I'm going to try removing that driver and see if that helps.
I hadn't see this video back in 2004, so it was very good to see it now. I found Bill Hill's comment about needing to focus upon the human using the computer, more than the computer itself, his "homo sapiens 1.0" comments, an epiphany. Very good!