Damian Edwards and Scott Hanselman are brilliant together. Even though I've already pretty much figured out the framework, I still find myself watching these videos again. The world could not have enough of this "series". Also kudos to the talent behind the scenes. You guys are all making .Net cool once again.
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Apr 12, 2013 at 11:15AM
Great stuff!! Blows my mind that there are 20K viewers but only 6 comments. Guess we are mostly introverts??? Best "nugget" was Jabbr. You guys should seriously promote that. It could be the next big thing.
I appreciate the work you do Ron! If I see one more book or article with "cookbook", "practical examples", or "recipes" that are simply duplication of the reference materials I might flip out. The basic lack of adoption of workflow is due to the fact that nobody understands why you'd ever use it, and the learning curve is just simply not worth the effort. Some real-world examples are exactly what the WF4 universe is missing. I'm not sure I like the idea of encouraging the "batch" mentality in the workflow "idea space". But the example is both useful and illustrative. And it might ease a lot of people into adoption. Thanks again. I'm becoming a fan.
Jul 25, 2009 at 5:25PM
The first few were some clunkers. I'd be embarrassed. I'm surprised there weren't some W700's too.
Would it be possible to get better quality on the videos. The screenshots you pop up are unreadable. It's actually just as unreadable on the background monitor, only bigger. Also, are you guys hosting this on your laptop? I had to restream 3 times and I've got 18MB/s downstream. Plus, rewinding is also really slow.
Good stuff! Thanks! A feature I'd like to see is the ability to have the audio play based on the monitor it is on. Basically if I drag WinDVD to the HDMI monitor (big screen), I'd like it to automatically select the digital output. If I drag it back to the laptop's LCD, the audio should come out of the laptop's speakers. I also think the laptop should automatically deactivate the LCD monitor when it is closed and reactivate it when it is opened. Right now my Sony does that, but they use a special "Sony" service (that is poorly written) and the screen flashes 2-3 times while the drivers flake out and recover a few times.