Tony Goodhew parlays his wisdom on Orcas and other slow moving mammals

Tony Goodhew talks about Visual Studio "Orcas" (the version after VS 2005) on Channel9. I only wish Tony voice was my inner voice. Brian Keller and I wish Tony would lend his vocal chords for everything from Airport flight arrival announcements to cell phone answering messages.

"Right, so flight 254 from Houston has arrived at Gate D9. As part of the 9th circuit court of appeals, I must advise you that your luggage will be on carousel numbah two."

"Right, so Dan isn't hear to take a call, but leave a message, he won't call you back, but you'll feel bettah" 

Tony rocks 🙂

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  1. Ed Kaim says:

    "Right. So what you need to understand is that when I was the product manager for Audio COBOL 4.0 thirty years ago at American Computronics and Telegraphics we realized that microprocessors of the time would only have the capacity to handle flosting point arithmetic to a constrained degree. Right. So, yes, I will get fries with that."

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