@Charles: maybe you should use a 2-pane layout for lectures and show us the slides and code in another view, just like the pdc player or msr lectures player. and there should be a formal section for download links of sildes or other downloadable materials.
Feb 12, 2011 at 12:04 AM
its a really entertaining episode but you get the medium quality wmv url wrong ....
Feb 11, 2011 at 6:42 AM
will there be a standalone version for 4.0 ??
Mmmm... Mary Jo once said that the 'Jupiter' thing is related to native code and C++, and the Windows Ribbon Framework already uses Xaml in native development, maybe we'll see a new WPF-like framework for C++ developers, finally replacing MFC, heheh. Hopefully we can find some good stuff in the Silverlight for Windows Embedded in WinEC7 maybe ?
but the first thing I want is Intellisense for C++/CLI which I am using in a daily basis. and except that, VS2010 is very lovely for C++ native coding now.
Mmmm.... I just saw a proposed session in the TechEd session preference survey with an interesting title:
Parallel Extensions in .NET 4.5
We will explore what's new in the Framework for parallel programming in 4.5. Specifically, we'll dive into the new TPL Dataflow library and the various improvements around partitioning, cancellation, etc.
but, still no news about the native c++ version ?
what about C++/CLI ? is it stucked in a 'snapshot' ? can we use c++ lambda syntax to construct CLR delegates ???
Too good for WMP ? I try to open those two WMV links in WMP12 on Win7, WMP says its not supported and cant play, then WMP crashed ......
the Silverlight player works though.
EDIT: I started WMP directly without open links, it displayed a message: 'update completed', now WMP can play those WMVs as usual.
turns out, Windows Update installed an update of MediaFoundation (KB2454826) yestoday, it looks like, WMP should be started at least once after this update, to work properly.
now enjoy this episode