and DebugCast, a library of categorised screencasts, is worth checking out.

This is where I found Phil Jones' DebugCast (more from Phil here):

"it's improvised rather than scripted. (Hence has that patent podcast-style mumbling and uncertainty.) My aim was to capture how I go about fixing bugs that had been reported to me. I also wanted to use it to introduce developers who might be interested in working on SdiDesk to one corner of the codebase. "

(Written in VB, SdiDesk (full name : Smart Disorganized Individual Desk) is a note-taking, organizing, authoring application for people who need to keep and find a lot of fragmentary ideas)

My favourite highlight of the DebugCast:

"Well, it's not blown up, so that's an improvement."


Comments (2)
  1. Nagaraju says:

    Good Article

  2. PurpleFlux says:

    I was amused when I came across a DebugCast as a new variation on your average screencast. I was going to write my post all about it, but while trying to find other DebugCasts I found a post that already…

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