My name is Immo Landwerth and I am working as a program manager on the Base Class Libraries (BCL) team at Microsoft.
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Really nice to see this old school approach finally materialize in 2015. We often talked about filming meetings and sharing them on C9, but we never got around to pulling it off (and frankly never figured out how to make it an enjoyable experience for viewers...).
Great work, Immo et al! Looking forward to more of these. API reviewing is currently one of the things we do on my not-so-new team. Great learning here!
Thanks for the kind words! You bet we keep posting :)
We don't do meetings for code reviews as this would be terribly inefficient. For code reviews, our team members use pull requests which you can follow and participate in on GitHub.
Good video. I would like to see more of this. Thanks.
Are they mentioning XNA at any point?
We're currently focused on moving the core platform into open source in order to support ASP.NET 5 as well as .NET Native. We haven't made any plans yet what the next app models might be.Are you going to have public standups and/or monthly meetings (streamed) once the project is completely open?
We probably wouldn't live stream our stand-ups but we do think about making our internal processes and review meetings available.Does your team have a favorite Linux distro?
My answer would be Mac OSX, which clearly shows you much I know about Linux :)When can we expect to see the CoreCLR source code on github?
We don't have a specific date, but we shoot for ~Q1 2015.
Thanks. Glad you liked it!
Thanks for all these years of summarizing up the latest news. Was the easiest -- and most entertaining -- way to stay connected. Looking forward to see what the new folks are doing with this format! :)
Sep 19, 2014 at 10:17 PM
The spaceship is neither a bird of prey (Klingon) nor a warbird (Romulan). Yes, I'm a Star Trek fan :) But the poster was indeed inspired by the look of the The Next Generation computer terminals, called LCARS (Library Computer Access and Retrieval System). For obvious reasons, we didn't go with the actual design, but we tried to keep the spirit of the Okudagrams.
Herzlichen Glückwunsch! Happy Birthday!
Channel 9 is probably the biggest factor why I applied for a job at Microsoft. Watching the interviews gave me a very unqiue preview of how working at Microsoft looks like. But not only did Channel 9 provide great insight into how Microsoft builds the product, the interviews and shows also offer a very intimate view of the personalities behind the code.
Special thanks to Charles. I've deeply enjoyed your "going deep" series long before I joined and I was humbled by being interviewed by you.
This community is truly amazing. Keep it up -- you guys just rock!