Phil Haack is a GitHubber now.
You and Scott Hanselman are two of the best speakers I have ever listened. Very nice session and every second of it was worth watching. Thanks!
@Logchem:man! you made me wonder more now
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I have downloaded High Quality MP4 and WMV. Both are broken. I am unable to view the second half of the video. Can you have a look?
Get this up soon please!
again, Freaking Dutch and no sign that the talk is in Dutch. At least write the description in Dutch so that people know it is not in World's language.
Partial classes are you friends if you are using code generation. Do not set attributes on generated code because they will be lost when you update the schema and generate the code again.
-- Would you prefer fewer demos?
No man! More! Keep it up like that and even longer would be better. Also, as Rowan Miller mentioned let's spend two hours on configurration
-- Would you prefer this was broken out into multiple episodes?
1 hour was nice.
-- If so, should they be posted one a week or more frequently? Or is this length fine from time to time?
This length is nice but once a week or more frequently. I cannot say no to anything that contains DbContext :d
There is a demo at the where Phil showed an offline version of the app written by Steven Sanderson. Can we get the source code of it?any chance?
@undefined: I am aware of that but I am certainly sure that announcing a speaker in Dutch is odd when that speaker will give the talk in English.
Either do it in English or in any other language. Don't mix them. It looks awkward and annoying at the same time.
BTW, talks are awesome. Especially, Wede Wagner's.
Why does that guy, who shows up between speakers, speak in Dutch?
Newsflash! English is known more than Dutch.