This was an awesome video. The first demonstration was excellent, I really loved that. The second, meh, not too impressed with it. I mean, seems a little 1995-ish? What I think of here is seeing my math teacher from middle school doing algebra on the over-head
projector. Writing on the projector as his silhouette is cast upon the wall. I really don't see this as much of an improvement over that.
But, the first demonstration is amazing! Rory, as always, love the personality and the "realness" about your enthusiasm! Keep up the great work!
Excellent show, but you guys have got to kick-up the quality I was listening on my iPod while shopping at Walmart and I was struggling to listen to Spolsky's responses, all the while hearing somebody typing very loudly in the background
Production quality is pretty low, but the content was superb! Very nice work guys. I look forward to hearing more in the future.
Lately I've been an iPod + Podcast junkie. Is it at all possible to get an RSS of audio from the videos? Some of the videos deal with on-screen code, yes, but for the most part I just love listening. If I could subscribe via iTunes, and download the latest
shows in audio format, that would be awesome! Not to mention the fact that iTunes would probably attract more attention over here at c9.
Any chance we can get a better quality video next time? I am already head-over-heals in love with the roundtable method of recording these videos, and I just got done telling my Head of Technology about roundtable, the device - he's excited too.
whoa...Is it just me, or are programmer-chicks incredibly attractive
I'm serious, these women are drivng me crazy I want a calendar on my wall with a different programmer-chick for every month, and opinions on managed-code
Boyd mentioned that in order to use XNA, and write code on your 360, you would need to know C#. Is that exclusively the XNA favored language? Or will VB guys like myself be able to play in this parkt too?