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The Visual Studio Documentary: Tim Huckaby Full Length Interview

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The Visual Studio Documentary Part One and Part Two.
S. Somasegar's Full Length Interview
Jason Zander Full Length Interview

Tim Huckaby is currently focused on RIA & Rich Client Technologies like WPF, VSTO, Surface, Silverlight and Windows 7 Touch.  He has been called a “Pioneer of the Smart Client Revolution” by the press. 

 Tim has been awarded multiple times for the highest rated Keynote and technical presentations for Microsoft and numerous other technology conferences around the world by Microsoft Corporation.  Tim has done presentations on Microsoft Technologies at technology events all over the world and is consistently rated in the top 10% of all speakers at these events.  Tim has done keynote demos for numerous Microsoft executives including Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer.   

Tim founded InterKnowlogy, experts in Microsoft .NET and Microsoft Platforms, in 1999 and has 25+ years experience including serving on a Microsoft product team as a development lead on an architecture team.  Tim is a Microsoft Regional Director, an MVP and serves on multiple Microsoft councils and boards. 



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  • Cattoccatto Catto

    Hey Now Tim,


         Great Vid! Really learned a lot & some good stories.


    Thx 4 the info,



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    Tim, you are a great story teller.  I like the nauseated look on your face as you describe the language wars. 


    I describe it to non-technical people as if two surgeons were arguing about what scalpel to use to operate on a patient.  They argue about whether 5 or 8 is better.  When in fact their goal is to do no harm and save a life, not to care whether A or B was the inventor.  One has a metal handle and one uses a stainless steel, but in the end, the tool doesn't matter, it is patient care which is priority.


    I also love how you mention that not everyone loves Visual Studio.  Some actually would rather just use a text editor.  It makes me smile, I know Engineers where I work who would rather do  calculus by hand than use a calculator because their brains are faster and better trained.



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