Mike Flasko and Anthony Jones: Winsock and .NET Protocol Agnostic Development

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    RichardRudek
    Hmm.

    In the agnostic C code example, where the Winsock "service" is IPV4 only, but the PC on which it is running has IPv6 as well, surely there is going to be a performance/user experience issue related to timeouts, unless I'm misinterpreting what was said. eg If getaddrinfo() returns multiple IP Addresses, IPv6 and v4, the IPv6 ones are listed first, right ?


    EDIT: Removed detracting (grumpy old man) postscript.
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    Charles
    RichardRudek wrote:
    Hmm.

    EDIT: Removed detracting (grumpy old man) postscript.


    What was the postscript?
    C
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    RichardRudek
    Charles wrote:
    
    What was the postscript?
    C


    It wasn't about you, Charles.

    Good Interview, BTW.

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    Charles
    RichardRudek wrote:
    
    Charles wrote: 
    What was the postscript?
    C


    It wasn't about you, Charles.

    Good Interview, BTW.



    Thanks.

    Channel 9 and the interviews I do are never about me. Never have been. Never will be. Think of me as just a voice behind a camera that communicates with people in front of the camera (most important, always) talking about stuff they truly understand.

    At any rate, I am more interested in what the postscript contained from a developer feedback point of view, assuming you were venting about networking or C or something that the interviewees (most important, always) could engage....

    C
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    RichardRudek
    Charles wrote:
    
    [snip]

    At any rate, I am more interested in what the postscript contained from a developer feedback point of view, assuming you were venting about networking or C or something that the interviewees (most important, always) could engage....
    C


    Ah, that's why said it was detracting.

    I bitched about about the use of the word "pound" for the "#" symbol (hash or hatch). Then went on to question why it was cool to say "whack" instead of slash... grumpy old man stuff... there, I said it... Smiley
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    brianleahy
    i program in VB flat

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