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, like, ten times scarier. Anyway, if you’re interested in me blathering on about my favourite feature in C# 4, covariance and contravariance of interface and delegate types, here are two little demo videos: Part One, Part Two. (There seems to be some minor sound sync issues here and there, but it’s not really a problem; most of the audio is voice-over.)
Charlie has been crazy busy getting these little videos together; here are some more of his recent efforts, including some good ones from my colleagues Chris and Sam talking about all the other far more awesome features of C# 4.0: dynamic interop, improved interop with Office, named and optional parameters, and so on. Links to all of our recent videos are here: http://blogs.msdn.com/charlie/archive/2009/10/19/community-convergence-lvi.aspx.
Have an amusing and safe Hallowe’en — I’ll be going to Hallowe’en parties on a small island this year, just for a change of pace.
[Eric is on vacation this week; this posting was pre-recorded]