This is a wonderful video. Thank you for sharing your insights with us, and best of luck with your bright future on the board of directors!
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I actually really like the bird and butterfly. It complements the tree and grass, and adds this nice sense of natural beauty to background.
For the first time, I have actually kept the default Windows background in Win7 for several months now, with no urge to change it.
I had no idea Clojure supported the CLR...!
This is great! Thanks for the awesome video!
Oct 05, 2009 at 8:13AM
Just wanted to let you know that your link did the trick; that video plays sound as expected.
Oct 02, 2009 at 12:08PM
Oh, and this video series idea freakin' rocks. More, please! I'm hooked.
Oct 02, 2009 at 11:55AM
Another 'no audio in Silverlight' from me. As requested, here is the information:
Silverlight version: 3.0.40818.0
Browser version: Both Google Chrome v22.214.171.124 and IE v7.0.5730.11
OS: Windows XP SP2 (32-bit, Version 5.1 (Build 2600.xpsp_sp2_qfe.090206-1239 : Service Pack 2))
I don't see anything wrong with the video, either... it was casual, informative and geeky, which is what I want out of a Channel 9 video.
Mark mentions in the video that they are looking to gather feedback on things like the color picker and binding tools. What is the appropriate avenue for this feedback?
Jan 30, 2009 at 2:10PMThis is the best video I've seen on here in quite a while. I would love to see more videos on the CCR & DSS that take the theories and mindsets presented in this video and apply them to real programs. Something like "Here is how your code might have looked before CCR, here are the steps we took to make it work with the CCR, and here is the final result.". Programs with long-running blocking operations are definitely a good candidate, but also perhaps showing how trickier coordination issues like loading a mesh of interdependent resources concurrently (loading a webpage and all its resources is a good example) could be simplified with something like the CCR.