Excellent video. The flow is nice and brisk, all the examples are set up well and I never found myself getting bored. Kudos for the additional visual materials like the notepad titling. It does a far better job of keeping the viewer's attention than staring
at the desktop the whole time.
haha. I like how they made fun of starting sentences with "so". I never understood why nearly everybody in these videos says "so" instead of "well" or something. Is it one of those radio personality coaching techniques "whatever you do, don't say 'um'
or ah' "?
Wow, that's some really cool functionality! Are there any commpatibility or performance issues with using Script#? I'm guessing that if there were, it would be a matter of updating the library, rather than a user having to adjust all their code
across an entire project.
Truly outstanding video. This interview practically answered each question I had as I watched it; How will resolutions on the PC and Xbox be supported? What about debugging and breakpoints? What about Live support? etc.
I like the "teams" atmosphere. Working with a group that's excited and focused on something keeps the momentum of a project going. This looks like the sort of environment where that kind of thing would thrive.
That's what you haven't learned from Apple. Consumers don't want to think about "do I buy the Samsung one or the HP one?" and these marginal devices are never a big part of Samsung or HP's portfolio so they don't market them agresively enough. Didn't you
learn anything from the Tablet PC?
One case where they DID make it all themselves is the 360, and lo and behold, there were shortages. Microsoft is about platforms, not products.