And one last thing: More SQL Azure please!
@gahayden: Hmm.. After thinking about what you say I do think you have a good point. David didn't get to do much other than fend off Ryan and Steve fooling around
And about the shows intent, I'm sure officially it's to "promote and provide insight" and such, but I really like the loose style of Marx and Ryan. Of course it's not standup-material, but on the other hand I've laughed more listening to them than to many standup shows! This episode was about 90% fooling around and 10% topic. Maybe the mix should have been balanced better towards like 30-40% off-topic bantering...
And as to the "thin SQL Azure story" I meant David's Access migration demo, not SQL Azure it self. That's an infinite topic!
Woah duderinos! (Leigh, Hp and gahayden!)
What up wit da hate? I admit I didn't laugh as hard this time as many other episodes, but no need to hate on smarx and dunry trying to make the best out of the relatively thin sql azure story. Steve and Ryan don't you dare get all corporate and boring on me!
And for the people with the trolling/downright rude comments: This show isn't just a "show", it's a community show where you sit down and relax - you don't sit and take notes. At least that's how I view it - It should be silly and a waste of time, except you get the side-effect of learning.
I'm no expert but I'm pretty sure silliness and loose talk is the absolute purest form of entertainment which inevitably leads to the purest form of learning.
Thanks! Finally a show dedicated to sql azure! Poor David Robinson though... That guy should start his own sql azure show and invite Steve and Ryan just to mess with them and get back
But seriously, more sql azure please... May David have mercy!
Hi. The sound is kind of messed up in this video
Can this be fixed? Thanks for the cool topic - I was just pondering about this very concept a few days ago. "Hmm.. Is it allowed to load dlls and run code dynamically inside Azure worker roles?"
SQL Azure Database Copy! That really made me happy! I'm seriously running out of arguments to use my on-premise SQL...
Thanks for the great show! Cracked me up good this time! hahahaha!!!
I pity the fools who say you can't combine triple A stand-up comedy and azure service bus into one mix!
You guys rock!
Thanks a lot for your answer, Ryan. I've been looking forward to it. You and "Bed Intruder Song" is what keeps the internet so amazing!
And windows azure, of course! I actually feel very privileged to have you answer my questions.