@Smorg: nuff said
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A fun two years at that...
I watched an episode a couple months back where Channel9 was giving us a sneak peak at the "new" and "improved" channel9.com. Now, I probably speak for a lot of people when I write, "I can't wait for the new site!".
Smooth streaming videos, cleaner UI, friendlier search, optimized browsing, and a hierarchical navigation that represents a solid information architecture are all things promised in the new/next version of Channel9.
What more could anyone ask for?!
On a more realistic and not so distant note, the length of Ping and other video's are good. If you guys could add more "flavor" to the other videos that would be great. The other videos include tutorials, interviews, lessons, reviews, and even the boring "programmer to programmer" stuff.
You guys rock! I got a huge crush on Laura and I wish I had stand-up comedian skills like Paul!
Pual goes deep! hahahah... goof balls.
Ahhh.... Well, it's not so annoying - I was curious none the less. Thanks for the answer and explanation ... Still can't wait for asp.net4
You two guys are the most entertaining to watch... Funny, quick, smart... Good team!
Question: In the interview you guys talked about having a resource string in place of the label name. Why was it not available in the situation above and will it be? Example: [DisplayName("Contact Phone", <% reference %>)]
Anyways, good cast.
Noooooooooo don't leave Max!
What I love about jquery is the "ease of use" factor. The above demostration just scratches the surface! I would love it andrew if you demostrated and explained how to use the drag and drop ables... (something a little more complex, yet still somewhat straight forward and easy).
Anyways, great episode!