A couple of weeks ago, Scott Hanselman stopped by my office, and we chatted for almost an hour for his Hanselminutes podcast.
On Monday, he posted the interview - it's mostly me rambling on about security and other stuff, but my ego requires that I mention it :)
It's more than you babbling. I think it's an awesome interview, especially the part about the different projects you've worked on in Microsoft.
I really dig the historical perspective of why things were done. Especially when phrases start with "Oh, it turns out to be more complicated than that..."
I wish I could sum up what I do in a simple sentence like "I make Window go 'ding'".
It is appropriate that the audio quality of the interview is very high.
I always like your podcasts. Thanks for taking the time.
Doug: That's because Scott is a fanatic about his audio quality, and it shows. We used real studio quality mikes and he recorded onto an M-Audio digital recorder. Nice kit.
Would love to hear more podcasts from you. Scott and Carl Franklin should hook you up with a weekly podcast. I'd subscribe in a heart-beat. Just great.
I have listened to this interview three times now.
The work you did with Vista is absolutely fascinating.
I can hear in your voice how much you love your work.