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  • Blog Post: Eric Rambles On About C#, Again

    Rachel Roumeliotis, who amongst other things edits C# books for O'Reilly, recently did an interview with me where I ramble on about async/await, Roslyn, performance analysis as an engineering discipline, and some broad-strokes ideas for future language research areas. If you have sixteen minutes to burn...
  • Blog Post: Happy birthday Channel 9!

    Good heavens I can't believe it's been two years since I wished Channel 9 a happy fifth birthday . Obviously it's been a busy month for me doing interviews . If you're not sick of hearing me rattling on about compilers, Roslyn, and so on, check out my latest C9 interview with Charles and Erik Meijer...
  • Blog Post: Spoiler Alert

    The remaining video of the talk with Neal Gafter and me at NDC is up on the streaming content server now, here . However, spoiler alert: if you don't want to know the solutions to the eight puzzles we present, don't watch the video. Of course, long time readers of this blog have probably seen about...
  • Blog Post: Travelogue

    I've just returned from a week in Oslo, Norway, where I spoke at NDC 2010, immediately following a week in New Orleans, where I spoke at TechEd. I'm about nine hours jetlagged and glad to be home, though I had a lovely time. Many thanks in particular to all the NDC organizers who made it all happen;...
  • Blog Post: Live from New Orleans

    Just a quick note that Mads, Luke and I are going to be on Channel 9 Live from TechEd this afternoon talking about C#, F# and whatever else strikes our fancy. It's live video; anything can happen. Tune in to www.msteched.com ; we're scheduled to be on at 3:30 PM Central Daylight Time. (There has been...
  • Blog Post: Some new videos

    Somehow it has happened again; people just keep on recording videos of me and putting them on the internet. In these videos you find out what I look like when lit from above and behind. Kinda spooky. We should have made the room entirely dark and held a flashlight underneath my face. That would be...
  • Blog Post: Many Happy Returns

    Happy birthday Channel Nine! In this episode I finally discover why it is that Charles picked me to be the guinea pig, and I wax verbose on the subject of human brains.
  • Blog Post: The Future of C#, Part Four: Yet More Video

    Mads, Chris, Sam and me on Channel Nine. Enjoy.
  • Blog Post: The Future of C#, Part Three: On video, plus the dead-trees edition

    Amazingly enough, it has happened again . Why does this keep happening to me? Anders, Mads and Eric on C# 4.0: C# 4.0 with Anders Hejlsberg, Mads Torgersen, and Eric Lippert - Part 1 of 2 C# 4.0 with Anders Hejlsberg, Mads Torgersen, and Eric Lippert - Part 2 of 2 Anders, Mads and Scott on...
  • Blog Post: A Face Made For Email, Part Four

    Good heavens, this just keeps on happening to me. If you're interested in what we're musing about for future versions of C#, check out this video of Anders Hejlsberg, Scott Wiltamuth , Paul Vick , Mads Torgersen , Matt Warren , Jim Hugunin and, off in one corner, me. Working with this caliber of...
  • Blog Post: A Face Made For Email, Part Three

    Yes, it has happened again . This time, our fabulous C# Community Program Manager Charlie Calvert was good enough to put together a little half-hour-long video of me talking about the scenarios which justify changes to the type inference algorithm for C# 3.0. We've already made some interesting changes...
  • Blog Post: A Face Made For Email, Part Two

    One year ago this week I was the Channel Nine guinea pig -- I'm still not sure why, but for some reason The Scobelizer and his cohort chose me to be the first guy interviewed for their project. (Probably because I'm mostly harmless.) Channel Nine has succeeded tremendously, and I'm very pleased to have...
  • Blog Post: A Face Made For Email

    A few weeks ago, Charles Torre and The Scobelizer showed up in my office with a hand-held camera, asked me a bunch of random questions for a couple hours, edited the video into bite-sized chunks and slapped it up on the web . It's a blog, it’s a wiki, it’s a forum, it's a bunch...
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