I wish I had watched this last year.
This talk tackles a pain point that is so hard to learn about otherwise because the settings tend to be scattered all over in GUIs/.config files/etc.
This was a great intro to the relatively unused areas of Fiddler and provided just enough information to explore in further depth on my own.
Thanks for posting the video here.
As he said in the video, the PowerPoint file can be found at http://www.fiddler2.com/fiddler/MIX2011/.
@Allon Guralnek: Not all of the C9 videos require being able to clearly see fine details.
If I could toggle between IIS Smooth Streaming and old-style buffering on the video's page, that would be nice.
Apart from being rather dark, this is a great overview of ASP .Net MVC.
Thanks so much for posting this video.
Thanks so much for the deep dive into this effectively automagically-repairing feature in Windows.
This was a great video but I'd like to hear more about the plans (if any) regarding MIDI support/features/etc. for the future of Windows too.
Where can I find a list of the shortcuts that are mentioned at the end of the video?
This is a fantastic video.
I love how it effectively tricks the viewer into learning all these otherwise-mindblowing programming concepts with something that appears very approachable.
According to Neal's website, he's "Participating in the design of future revisions of the C# Programming Language: currently investigating support for asynchronous programming" as a "Partner Architect, Visual Studio Managed Languages" at Microsoft.
The site seems to be quite reliable now so that's a nice improvement.
As a developer, I also have quite an interest in the Scoble-style interviews.
Has there been any progress on merging 10 and C4F into C9?
I haven't seen anything recently about Revolution 9.
And I watched to the end.
I think Dan described a deadlock; race conditions occur when threads get out of synch.
What's "Premium?" Is that the equivalent of VS 2008 Pro?