Answering my own question: yes (@17:25). Someday I'll learn patience. :\
The Bill Gates video's link is broken. Remove the redundant %20 from the end.
^ this. same thing for Bill Hill:
Bacterianomicon looks awesome! I'm in for penicillin!
Oh nice, there's even a Mac Pro icon: http://i.imgur.com/xUOEhKk.png
Great TWC9, thanks. Re: C# 6:
2) Structural typing + tuple literals + generic tuple type inference + tuple/generic type return values & tooling
3) Generic type constraints for sealed classes (expression problem re-re-visited...)
4) Expression methods
5) Extension properties
6) Static interfaces (or some other code contract that works with static methods for APIs etc)
7) CLR-optimized array "slice" accessors/iterators
Awesome, thanks for the video! Just pulled the trigger on a 2X. Disolvable filament is brilliant!
I think there's an extraneous low-volume audio track in this video. E.g. at minute 3.
Like Such a great resource, thanks C9!
My personal thoughts are that for indie developers, we provide a totally free way to watch *every* session online in < 24 hours. That's unheard of in our industry. The total cost is $0.
If you are an indie developer, then I totally understand the importance of reducing costs. Traveling and airfare to an event can even cost as much as a pass to a conference like Build ($250/night for hotel, $400-1,200 on airfare depending on domestic vs international, food, etc).
If I was an indie developer, I would:
- Watch the live streams and ask questions during live Q&A
- Watch all the sessions that are relevant to me
- Attend FREE Microsoft training like our 1-2 day dev camps on Windows, Phone, Azure, Web - http://www.devcamps.ms/. The best thing about these camps is that they are so many that you may not have to incur any travel costs to attend.