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"rich campbell" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"rich campbell" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Ten minutes from now we will have a cross dog he sees in Lake Forest on ESPN one thousand Hey pacey right ABC Hey pacey how are yeah is that a lot of heat going on with an article today you know that you're still out in the woods I'll let you know like I thought the guy who called in and respond to the door what do you mean the den leader rich Campbell article let me say this a look at these these what what did you have a corolla it's in my home it has come Google name for making a reservation there was a big thing with and so nice to meet with the chair can interview me like I was in over my head is the GM don't you think you should have gone to the senior bowl without a few scouts though instead of in Kagyu where were the the ball with the few scouts instead of going incognito will you know Kermit I'm always gonna think we really like what we're building up in here and what we're doing here and I'm gonna leave it at that okay okay face the conference I pacey he's gonna stick to his guns in the Jack of all trades the the articles that the Tribune our website I'm assuming it's in the they still make a hard copy of that too they do have a I do make a hard gossiping it's there too I saw it on Twitter yeah yeah well yes of course a good article by yeah we and rich Campbell did very detail that we we knew a lot about what happened on the bears and about how Ryan pace arrived on Mitchell Tribbett ski but there's some other good stuff in there about the Texans at all Watson was the last one taken but still out of those three but how the Texans were sort of one over by what's in and why the chief's felt compelled.

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"rich campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

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"If you comment there, and we read on the show, we'll send you a copy musical by and I can happily endorse by as very happy Cosima of music by to code by awesome works grade to well, definitely follow us on Twitter. He's at rich Campbell. I'm at Carl Franklin catapulted the tweet. Trevor she goes on. All right. All right. If you wanna cut this out or not. But I have the clip of the squirrels you do. I. I've just gonna show you the of the squirrel. I wanna see the. Good radio is gonna may not. But it makes me happy. It's only ten seconds. Let's see. That's it. Why he he he did he comes in in a hurry. Right. Well, then we'll be that was worth listening to. You know, I will punch the put the clip on Facebook or something. Okay. We could we could add down. No, no, no. I think everybody wants to see that they do now or vice worl-. All right. We're real thing. Given the state load of people need more flying. Squirrels in completely agree. I'm not saying I was unhappy finding the clip. Well, we've had this Brexit debacle on the phone in the UK. There's a number of well nine political commentators have just resulted to getting little videos of of pandas. And yeah. Remember this? It became news of the, you know, the vote failing and the reporter just looking Cam going. I don't know what to say. I got nothing. And that's because these words like reporter has nothing. Well, I think I should properly introduce Dan here. Dan, north uses his deep technical and organisational knowledge to help does business and software teams to deliver quickly and successfully people's people I in find simple pragmatic.

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

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"We're back. I'm Carl Franklin that's rich Campbell. And that's clear Sudbury, and we're talking about teaching learning fun things we'd like to do fun things that tickle our brain. And we got off on this on this tangent. And it's a great one. We can still go there. Or if you've got something else that you wanna talk about. We'll just pick it up. Special behind joked about which seemed to get very passionate about is what I call. So I I have now created this thing, I call the stupidity manifest, Doug. Good writing that my whole life people east say Mike cool to action as let's stop making each other feel stupid. It's not let's not it's not very much. No, it's explicitly not let's stop being stupid. Because actually, we're all stupid. And that's fine. If you don't feel stupid as a programmer, you're not working hard enough. Really? Yeah. And we all feel stupid, and we all have these insecurities, and we're all waiting for the next time that somebody makes us feel stupid rounds tells us that something we've done is stupid where low on tissue painting those times, and the reason we're on page in them is because we just see them little all around us. And I think that this industry is really bad full being very judgmental and critical of our is. So for instance, the example, I gave is I've many many many times had a colleague comeback from interviewing somebody look at not actually because we Dot get C JJ. J to intervene. But other places I've worked that come back from having interviewed somebody, and they say, can you believe just interview this developer didn't know about. Wchs. Am I supposed to know? What is the generation come to right? That person. Yes. Okay..

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"rich campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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03:28 min | 2 years ago

"rich campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Can we get that person on the show now? That's a good idea. It everybody's got their own views on data as well. I think it's very challenging to organize. Mulk is Troy you listed a few. But you did leave off like as your sequel as your post grass as your mice sequel. Like, there is a lot of ways started, Azure. Right. So not a simple problem. So Troy, thank you so much for your comment. A copy of music OBE is on its way to unit you'd like a copy music, oh by right icon on the website at Don rocks dot com, or any of our social media. Well, Facebook, we publish every show to Facebook to become there. And we read on the show. We'll send you a copy Musica and definitely follow us on Twitter. I met Carl Franklin he's at rich Campbell, send us a tweet and make sure that they're at least one hundred forty five degrees are the ones that got to be safe grow to save on them too. Yeah. That's it. Okay. Let's introduce Mark Mercouri. Oh my God. It's been so long since we talked to Mark. He is now a principal program manager for blockchain at Microsoft. He leads the. Team for Microsoft's blockchain product portfolio. Welcome back to dot net. Rocks. Mark nice guys get you back way. Too long sir way way too long with equerry talking about before like the Mars mission. We did that that's like two thousand ten they're was robo champs two thousand eight. Wow. Yeah. I talked to you is what all the cool stuff. I'm working on. So this is well, you have something really cool to come back. You get to work on the cool stuff. How do you? How do you swing a job like that? I am just very very lucky guy. Obviously doing something. Right. Yeah. It's it's it's good fun. And this latest thing is just is just fantastic. So first of all blockchain is what bitcoins based on this isn't going to be a blockchain primer. But I wanna know what Microsoft is doing in the space. Sure. So one of the things that's very different about this. And it also ties back to the cloud model is, you know, if this was one of the first conversations we had way back when I be here telling you about the virtues of Microsoft, blockchain server enterprise edition twenty. Eighteen. A CPA one. Trying to sell you a license, and I would really hope that you used it. But if you didn't use it, I would still get paid. But that really isn't the way that the cloud works anymore, which is actually very great and very liberating. And so what we do is we talked to the community and an we say blockchain, it's really a category of technology there actually one hundred like news, no sequel or relational databases, for example, JIRA. And so there's one hundred twenty different types of Blockchain's when I stopped counting just probably three or four that are are the most popular today things like Korda, a theory, and hyper ledger and customer said, please don't make number one Twenty-one. Can you do it? Microsoft does best in really whether it's identity networking talk about Deb ops, or integration, or or tooling. And that's for stuff. Like, can you do that? Really, really? Well, in augment what people are doing in the community because we had lots of blockchain people are doing great blockchain. Can Could you you do? do what you do best? And so do the chocolate Pless peanut butter equals, something better as the commercials go. So let me get straight. So blockchain is like a it's sort of a set of services rightey as and then people build protocols on top of that is that what it is. Well, so think of it this way is today. Like, if you if Carl if you wanted to buy some Microsoft stock for me today, it would you could go online, and maybe you go to fidelity, I go to J P Morgan or like that we'd find a way to find each other..

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03:28 min | 2 years ago

"rich campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Can we get that person on the show now? That's a good idea. It everybody's got their own views on data as well. I think it's very challenging to organize. Mulk is Troy you listed a few. But you did leave off like as your sequel as your post grass as your mice sequel. Like, there is a lot of ways started, Azure. Right. So not a simple problem. So Troy, thank you so much for your comment. A copy of music OBE is on its way to unit you'd like a copy music, oh by right icon on the website at Don rocks dot com, or any of our social media. Well, Facebook, we publish every show to Facebook to become there. And we read on the show. We'll send you a copy Musica and definitely follow us on Twitter. I met Carl Franklin he's at rich Campbell, send us a tweet and make sure that they're at least one hundred forty five degrees are the ones that got to be safe grow to save on them too. Yeah. That's it. Okay. Let's introduce Mark Mercouri. Oh my God. It's been so long since we talked to Mark. He is now a principal program manager for blockchain at Microsoft. He leads the. Team for Microsoft's blockchain product portfolio. Welcome back to dot net. Rocks. Mark nice guys get you back way. Too long sir way way too long with equerry talking about before like the Mars mission. We did that that's like two thousand ten they're was robo champs two thousand eight. Wow. Yeah. I talked to you is what all the cool stuff. I'm working on. So this is well, you have something really cool to come back. You get to work on the cool stuff. How do you? How do you swing a job like that? I am just very very lucky guy. Obviously doing something. Right. Yeah. It's it's it's good fun. And this latest thing is just is just fantastic. So first of all blockchain is what bitcoins based on this isn't going to be a blockchain primer. But I wanna know what Microsoft is doing in the space. Sure. So one of the things that's very different about this. And it also ties back to the cloud model is, you know, if this was one of the first conversations we had way back when I be here telling you about the virtues of Microsoft, blockchain server enterprise edition twenty. Eighteen. A CPA one. Trying to sell you a license, and I would really hope that you used it. But if you didn't use it, I would still get paid. But that really isn't the way that the cloud works anymore, which is actually very great and very liberating. And so what we do is we talked to the community and an we say blockchain, it's really a category of technology there actually one hundred like news, no sequel or relational databases, for example, JIRA. And so there's one hundred twenty different types of Blockchain's when I stopped counting just probably three or four that are are the most popular today things like Korda, a theory, and hyper ledger and customer said, please don't make number one Twenty-one. Can you do it? Microsoft does best in really whether it's identity networking talk about Deb ops, or integration, or or tooling. And that's for stuff. Like, can you do that? Really, really? Well, in augment what people are doing in the community because we had lots of blockchain people are doing great blockchain. Can Could you you do? do what you do best? And so do the chocolate Pless peanut butter equals, something better as the commercials go. So let me get straight. So blockchain is like a it's sort of a set of services rightey as and then people build protocols on top of that is that what it is. Well, so think of it this way is today. Like, if you if Carl if you wanted to buy some Microsoft stock for me today, it would you could go online, and maybe you go to fidelity, I go to J P Morgan or like that we'd find a way to find each other..

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03:22 min | 3 years ago

"rich campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"And if you call it there, and we read it on the show. We'll send you a copy music. Oh, by and definitely follow us on Twitter. He's at rich Campbell. I'm at Carl Franklin, send us a tweet. We're watching you. All right creepy. A creepy guy. I think that's a little creepy going on creep factor high. We'll I'm sure how they're has some comments on that. So let's not the creep thing. The thing, you know. Okay. So let's introduce her formerly Heather wild is CTO of Rocketeer that's aro CAT ER in his also known as the unicorn whisperer due to her special focus on entre preneurs, she's a personal and professional growth expert, executive coach, author and speaker as a founding employee of Evernote, which was one of my better. Oh, frameworks recently. She oversaw the company's growth from thousands to a hundred million customers while among her other awards. Senate minority leader Harry Reid selected her for a commendation for her work, increasing stem education Wilde's writing as a columnist for ink and Forbes span social media entrepreneurialism, startups, leadership fundraising and diversity issues. She currently lives in Las Vegas, Nevada, a very civilized location. Welcome heather. Thank you for having me any comments on the US thing there. Well, you X is a very complex topic. I've I've said a lot of my career made a lot of money on helping people with you eggs. So basically, it all comes down to make sure that what you're designing is is something that easier is actually can use the so if it's not working for you than complain. That's a low bar usability as one thing, but delight is the next level and getting their challenge. But that's the thing. Like all you have to do. Now. A days is make it work because people don't expect very much apart. So low. I mean, how many times are you sitting there with an apple TV or whatever. And you're like just you're sitting there with the loading bar and waiting for your net. Flicks to unglued it. And we're just so used to now like having that that happy fifteen minutes, or however that it's glitch in out to go go to the bathroom or something like Blake it used to be commercial time. And now it's glitch time because we're used to that. So we're the bar is low on you at the moment that comment made me think of some of my least favorite websites, you I y and FedEx is one of them tried to print away Bill, but FedEx website is just awful. What's interesting is some of the sites that you would think have terrible. You X are actually done very well for you, Xtra spec to like have you ever been on the spirit airlines website? Nope. Oh, it's so if you go there anyone listening to this pop it up. Another window in go to the spirits site. It's. It's horrible web colors. All yellow there's buttons in things happening all over the place in there's like a flash window..

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03:11 min | 3 years ago

"rich campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Our social media sleep publish every show to Facebook and Google plus. And if he comment there and we read it on the show, we'll send you a copy music owed by and definitely follow us on Twitter. He's at rich Campbell. I'm at Carl Franklin Senate tweet. We pass them onto bogus who uses them as random value generators, seeds. Nice. You too. Could be a randomly generated address from Nebraska. That's right. You'll show up in somebody's database somewhere. Let's bring back to dot net rocks. One sues Hinton. She is job script developer who likes to tinker with hardware a maker at heart. She's no stranger to minor burns from soldering irons and three printers. She's a regular contributor to the open source node j s electrons seen and enjoys teaching others how to immerse themselves in the nervous. Welcome back sues. Nice that me back really excited. You still have your shoes? Yes, I do have a funny state is how about this? I think the last time I spoke to you, I think there was like a book coming out with like instructions on how to make shoes ram and the book came out, and I didn't really hear if anyone made the shoes and then my best friend's dad went to make a fait in Japan and that's where he lives. He went to make a fit Tokyo. And there was this one set up with me out shoes and right neck. Two, it was a screen that was just endlessly looping all of my YouTube videos, goodness. And it just blew my mind like he took a photo of it. He tweeted at me in, I was just like someone actually did it, but also why they playing a YouTube videos that Sufa we have at least that's, you know credits, right? They weren't claiming this uses their own. It was really citing. The amazing person who made them? Yeah, though shoes are five years old. I'm looking at the at the get hub site really own. It's like some pretty bad Java scrip- to maybe before this live go and fix it. I can't imagine anybody being proud of any code. They row five years ago. Yeah, I'm totally going to look at it after this and it's gonna give me that sort of ood look, half hour comes feeling, but also stayed seated feeling of shame. If you wanna know what were sort of in on here were talking about Souza's Lascaux with us, which was her first which was eleven. Oh six from February thirteen twenty fifteen called building. I o devices with Susan where she talked about her meow shoes people, the reference there, of course. So what do you up to lately I know could Microsoft is really exciting mile wound days. You are cloud developer advocate? That's correct. So I am focused on IT so nothing much has changed the just of poed my hobby into my professional life now, which is pretty exciting for me to be able to do. And so that gives me pretty busy. But on the side, I'm still doing IOT things right now. I just moved apartment. So trying to make a humorous smut house. And I'm so with that, yeah, hot..

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04:38 min | 3 years ago

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"Or via Nieve. Our social media, we publish every show to Google plus Facebook and become it there, and we're reading on the show. We'll send you a copy music. Oh, by and definitely follow us on Twitter. I'm at Carl Franklin. He's at rich Campbell, Senator tweet. We drag him to the trash. I'm sorry, the recycle bin. Did I say the trash gods. Trash the last time you like emptied your recycle bin. It happens every when I drag something over there were says, I can't even fit. This is going to lead it Bocquet. I mean, you know the the disa- so big. I've never. It's been a long time since I've had to clean up my disc my system this I went to record a Hansel minutia for the first time in a year, and he blew screened his machine as we were setting up at. So of course derailed the entire conversation, but he was forced to check disk. It is boot drives to flip and gig terabytes. So please by, was he recording with his machine or did he have a separate quarter because that would have been gold. He was recording with his machine so that we still ended up streaming a bunch of it up to YouTube. So there was it was pretty funny. That's good. Yeah. We also discovered that with Google hangout even if the guy who set it up goes down like he did you stay on. So I didn't know I, we still streaming over YouTube, but I was laughing at myself abet that guy blue screen of JD blue screen. And then I get a bedroom screen called it. Funny stuff happened, right. Let's let's bring 'em o- on here. Imola n- worth is been on the show before he's working as a program manager and Microsoft on the dot net platform. And this includes the base class libraries, the portability mechanisms and open source. Welcome back him. Oh, thanks again. Yeah, thanks for being here again. It's windows compatibility pack. Is your latest thing? Yeah, that's right. We should almost I think, six months ago now. So the idea is that with in court to find Oley edited much more API core to make it easier for people to pour this thing -cations corps. Yeah. And of course, the time reasonably buzzed on that quote was we wanted to have across from story, right? But then you can't ride your web sites in a spin it and have them run Docker container, running on the Knicks or something. Right. And but or existing customers are, you know, starting on Xtra which was when those only so good chunk of the codes in using technologies. And so we thought about Hobie approach this with using people more access to win us on the was fooling meaning as much platform as possibly can. And so what we ended up doing was to say, well, what if you give you a new package that is essentially wrapping up all the window API's behalf and provide them, and then nice cost on fishing. I, if you can just reference the package and then you get. Access to about thirty four new packages. I think that provide come only all news some crop olives, and so he just dropped this one thing in then you get an additional. I think twenty one twenty two thousand eight or something like that. Numb, and that includes all your friends. Like even those Bennett log some of the WCS server, a bunch of other stuff that people used to use. I wonder if the things that are windows e that are absolutely having having to run on windows, like, you know, the enterprise manager stuff. Does that, do you have like mocks where things won't work cross platform just at least so that you have the interfaces, Joe? Yeah. So if you look at the old about post and trying to explain what over Lockerbie there is. So there's some stuff like the windows registry, for example, where I'm working, really isn't an option. I mean, I think mono did this at some point where they said, well, we can just implement the registry API's over Hinai files on the. Yeah. That sort of when people use the registry, glorified. You know, storage, right? But many people use the registry to find out information about the operating today. Go j. them the windows version or something, and you kind of make those of close by phone with some gymnastics and my so registry if you provided windows only. And so it was only really mean we haven't implementation for cross less level, but that implementation throws support the exception. Okay..

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02:09 min | 3 years ago

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"Com or any of our social media. 'cause we publish every show to Google plus and Facebook and be comment there, and we read it on the show. We'll send you a copy music. Oh, by and definitely follow us on Twitter. He's at rich Campbell, and I'm at Carl. Franklin, send us a tweet. We promise not to mock you. Much much. All right. Let me formally introduced James JAMES BOND to Magna is a principal program manager on the team at Microsoft, the rest of his bio. You can read it dot net, rockstar calm, because what else do you need to know? He's he's the Matz Matz. James, welcome back. Yes, thank you for having me back and I'm sorry, I didn't make it a quarterly, but let's try. Let's make it happen because we do have a lot of moving parts and it's yet again in honor and a privilege to be on this side of the microphone talking with you too. Lovely gentleman. Well, it's always a privilege to talk to you and you know there's so many things that happen so fast. We, we need to have at least a quarterly, what's new and salmon land. Well, you know, I think honestly, this comment from Mike, even though it was two years ago, I would love to unpack and just kind of talk through some of the things that we've been doing recently and in the past two. So you know, I think that with with Zaman we've always been trying to folk. On making sure that we're at feature parody of an Android. So you know, we just released right, Android, p in Iowa, twelve previews and support out there just like last week and we had long betas, but we also have a really big focus on insuring that developers do enjoy our software. Enjoy building up locations with Zaman no matter how they're building it just for Iowa, just for androids Amer informs whatever they're doing. And I think a lot of those pain points are things that I'm really focused on on a day-to-day job here at Microsoft. So me I on pack the built, specifically around Android Bill. We had a swat team kind of come in and look at our injured build over the last six months. And we did a few things that we announced build. So we've added some support for editor of building with Android applications, so we can be smart about when we need to re.

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03:40 min | 3 years ago

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"Dot com or view any of our social media publish every show to Facebook and Google plus. And if he comment there and we read it on the show, we'll send you a copy Musica by and definitely follow us on Twitter. He's at rich Campbell. I'm Carl Franklin. Send us a tweet. We'll make a note of it jeeze I didn't even see that what coming up. I'm scarred now, just like that. Is got me, ding gratuitous, gratuity humor, the pun muscle man. Sorry. All right. So I can't wait to hear this interview that you did with Jimmy, so let's roll it, hey, Munich, it's dot net rocks. We have had a great day here at the mater web tour where this, our last stop. We're hearing Munich, and we have a surprise guest in the form of Jimmy Angstrom. I don't know where you came from just mysteriously appeared last night. Have this bio from your last show which is a couple years ago, and I'm gonna read parts of it anyway because it's funny because you say you are true geek, and I would argue with that and back at twenty eleven. He actually became geek of the year in Sweden because they have that in Sweden. They have. Been a windows development MVP for five years. Five years, I've years. Yeah, and runs a user group called coating after work and a podcast with the same name. And I've been a guest on that and you can check it out at coating after work dot com. Welcome sir. Thanks for being on. Thank you clad to have you here and glad to be in Munich. I love the opportunity to destroy a chat with you a bit about the sort of state of hololens and maybe talk a bit about developed methodology so forth because I feel like and correct me around you feel like we're kind of in a holding pattern. Yeah, I guess so. I mean. We're waiting for the next version. I'm hololens all about the hardware. Is that what's killing this? Because they did do a software update recently? Yeah, and actually watch that. A lot of interesting stuff. We have research mode nowadays, have we can. Read more from the sensors and stuff like that. So endorses them low level programming? Yeah, yeah. Okay. So the software update at least means somebody was working somewhere like I'm happy when I saw needed to update my hololens exactly had to get it out and tinker with a bit to get all that stuff done and get your density squared away. You've got one. Yeah, just one, we actually we have to. Okay, of course, you two people. We have got out to you. Don't want to argue about it now. He actually have one each the whole mind today. Note that doesn't work that way. But yeah, we're waiting on thought we'd have hardware by now. Yeah, so Microsoft, apparently they skip diversion to one straight to the third version. I don't know when but hopefully soon. Yeah, I would think this year I had to says the second version was skipped for the VR hardware that came out the end of last year. The Chris sort of the Christmas hardware ace's stuff and those things you get chance to play with some of that. Yeah, we actually got. We got two of them got the del one and the the more polish Thompson one. Okay. I really love the sums. I thought the price point of those were really compelling. Yes. Like three hundred ninety. Nine dollars thing for ninety. Nine dollars a five hundred dollar US unit because even the vibe and things like that are more expensive to them. Yeah. The vibe is actually, I mean, if you want to have headphone some the nice head mounting experience, you have to go even further, right?.

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01:46 min | 3 years ago

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"Website dot net rocks dot com or via any of our social media because we publish every show Facebook and Google plus. And if he comment there and we read it in the show, we'll said you copy music. Oh, yeah, definitely follow us on Twitter. I'm at Carl Franklin. He's at rich Campbell. Send us a tweet. We blame them out man, a few blinky lights. No, a little music. It's, I'd love this. Look as the. I walk thing. He put a headlight on his knee, light it, right? Yeah, you see where he's going. I love it. Hey, are you using the new version of Skype right now? I am because I can't hear you at all. Really your volume went from great to practically silent way to go Microsoft. Wow, that's really cool. And I turned off all the automatic gain stuff, but It just just. went down. Well, that's really cool. That's really awesome up. So happy about that. I'm very happy about. So Richard want you tell about your conversation with Jessica. So this was one of the the first show we did on the teller mater web tour, and it was in Berle Lynn. We had a nice crowd great space too. And I was fortunate to be able to convince just Angstrom to come with us. We've talked to her in the past about VR a are related stuff, but you know, she's got a real strong pensions for user design experiences. The whole, of course, she deals with the three d. space, but she also deals that web and desktop apps. So we were able to just drill into that how to get developers to think more about the US x. knowledge that is super rare to find a dedicated you x. person and so we all need to up our game. And so we talked about some tools techniques thinking around how to just consider you x. in your day-today development efforts. Yeah. Awesome. Let's roll it. Hey..

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01:46 min | 3 years ago

"rich campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Website dot net rocks dot com or via any of our social media because we publish every show Facebook and Google plus. And if he comment there and we read it in the show, we'll said you copy music. Oh, yeah, definitely follow us on Twitter. I'm at Carl Franklin. He's at rich Campbell. Send us a tweet. We blame them out man, a few blinky lights. No, a little music. It's, I'd love this. Look as the. I walk thing. He put a headlight on his knee, light it, right? Yeah, you see where he's going. I love it. Hey, are you using the new version of Skype right now? I am because I can't hear you at all. Really your volume went from great to practically silent way to go Microsoft. Wow, that's really cool. And I turned off all the automatic gain stuff, but It just just. went down. Well, that's really cool. That's really awesome up. So happy about that. I'm very happy about. So Richard want you tell about your conversation with Jessica. So this was one of the the first show we did on the teller mater web tour, and it was in Berle Lynn. We had a nice crowd great space too. And I was fortunate to be able to convince just Angstrom to come with us. We've talked to her in the past about VR a are related stuff, but you know, she's got a real strong pensions for user design experiences. The whole, of course, she deals with the three d. space, but she also deals that web and desktop apps. So we were able to just drill into that how to get developers to think more about the US x. knowledge that is super rare to find a dedicated you x. person and so we all need to up our game. And so we talked about some tools techniques thinking around how to just consider you x. in your day-today development efforts. Yeah. Awesome. Let's roll it. Hey..

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"rich campbell" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"rich campbell" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"Moment and thames peace stefan was when paul zaman in nine hundred eighty one proclaims on the air on espn after the packers take rich campbell the quarterback they lied to me i loved that how how could achieve possibly give bad information to a reporter that had never happened before what will happen in the future is the dumbest and also the most fruitful trope in sports media it's like the cheerios of sports coverage you can't live without it because that's what talk radio is created for and at the same time it is useless and the issue beer seems to me is that the mainstream media can't avoid it now the mock draft as you describe has affectively been it's been neutered in terms of its utility because the information is worse than it's ever been because you don't get accurate stuff as much it's not as easy for reporters to get accurate thoughts on what teams are going to do and yet at the same time they have to do you have to do these mock drafts year round now your colleague and i don't mean to pick on your colleague albert breer but his mock draft four which is linked to in your piece talks about what the giants are going to do with the number two pick and he says there are three possible things they might do one take a quarterback to take a non quarterback three trade the pick and the only three things that they could do.

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"rich campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"rich campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Moment i will warmer according to show any way which is a month before to will be published uh it's green mid won't be for long but not amount okay anyway it's this i i thought it was a great resource in alex thanks so much for pointed out to us because if that's you know on your mind you what that steady fix we only hit security subjects every month or so right and views these guys are literally tap it every day path path coal so alex thank you so much your commented on iraq smug is on its way to unitewd like a done at roc smug write a column of the website at dynamicautotunecom or via any of our social media because we publish every showed to facebook and google plessey to become a damn read on the show we'll send you a monk and definitely follow us on twitter i'm at carl franklin he's at rich campbell senate's a tweet we only read the hash is trust me they're safe there say all right let's introduce our guest cameron burge tear down rude cameron as the microsoft philanthropies humanitarian response manager has the responsibility for coordinating across the company the provision of resources to external agencies providing humanitarian relief during sudden onset humanitarian disasters as with others on the team he also has a portfolio of other engagement areas with nonprofits to include awareness on data privacy and cybersecurity issues a tarik booed is principal program manager an architect in the azure active directory customers success team terek works closely with customers who are deploying azure eighty identity scenarios to help them design and implement their solutions to their employees or consumers smoothly insecure late he's an eleven year veteran a microsoft ten of them in the identity division welcome guys thank you thank you there were who should we start with camera i i guess i i just like to introduce the topic of the show this is obviously.

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"rich campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"rich campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Moment i will warmer according to show any way which is a month before to will be published uh it's green mid won't be for long but not amount okay anyway it's this i i thought it was a great resource in alex thanks so much for pointed out to us because if that's you know on your mind you what that steady fix we only hit security subjects every month or so right and views these guys are literally tap it every day path path coal so alex thank you so much your commented on iraq smug is on its way to unitewd like a done at roc smug write a column of the website at dynamicautotunecom or via any of our social media because we publish every showed to facebook and google plessey to become a damn read on the show we'll send you a monk and definitely follow us on twitter i'm at carl franklin he's at rich campbell senate's a tweet we only read the hash is trust me they're safe there say all right let's introduce our guest cameron burge tear down rude cameron as the microsoft philanthropies humanitarian response manager has the responsibility for coordinating across the company the provision of resources to external agencies providing humanitarian relief during sudden onset humanitarian disasters as with others on the team he also has a portfolio of other engagement areas with nonprofits to include awareness on data privacy and cybersecurity issues a tarik booed is principal program manager an architect in the azure active directory customers success team terek works closely with customers who are deploying azure eighty identity scenarios to help them design and implement their solutions to their employees or consumers smoothly insecure late he's an eleven year veteran a microsoft ten of them in the identity division welcome guys thank you thank you there were who should we start with camera i i guess i i just like to introduce the topic of the show this is obviously.

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"rich campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"rich campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Have you seen what you do for a living and so faulty thank you so much for your call it a dot iraq smug is on its way to you and if you'd like a done that rock smug radical another website adult that rocks dot com or via any of our social media 'cause we publish every show to facebook agoo plus and they become at there we rely on the show we'll send your mud and definitely follow us on twitter i'm met carl franklin he is that rich campbell's send this tweet we run the flip struck if we set your twin sister music swords they can you imagine you took all those tweets you just turned him into a stream of bits and then just put him through if should look at modem running a sound like all right well let's bring our esteemed guests on today joseph sir ashes a corporate vice president in the artificial intelligence and research group of microsoft he currently leads microsoft's platform strategy in products such as azure machine learning as your cognitive services azure search and bought framework prior to this role he was the cvp for microsoft's data platform welcome joe's of thank you call is a pleasure to be here pleasure to have either so what did you think of the flop all year i actually wanted to hear that pete of hampton paint i'll be tell you feel like i feel i do exactly who freely my life and i wear it 'cause i don't need sufficient number guitar player and i was hugely inspired by peter frampton so this is kind of funny i was just saying my wife yesterday we were talking about you know she says i wash her underwear.

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"rich campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"rich campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"I guess what i'm asking viewers that microsoft to continue to do the benchmark of the code is often joe chart overtime is a means of transparency and to push for performance tech empowers a great first step at is needed but to have something it bill type such as n bench or maybe a monthly quarterly postup performance of reuben on a perk upon a basis would be huge milestone acted dot net does something like this to ensure any updates the code don't take a step back and overall performance all right it's an interesting thought because you too we talked to scott hunter about this time that was in the very early days of dot net cord so obviously they were doing it a performance tuning in that's why you saw so much cadence on new numbers university numbers all the time and my initial reaction i've its call it was well once they got over that initial home there's just as much demand for constant performance tuning right but his last point about using stuff again benches like you're right this should simply be part of the build process right that every time there checking in updates to core you're getting a new rendered set of stats i just don't think it's as simple as that and it's if you see where the priorities are to rely on those things is i think everybody's been head down getting core to out the door so hopefully they'll be a revitalization now in that performance work that the they used to be doing during the core one time for him yet i agree and i would thank you so much for your comment about iraq's lungs on his with you if you like about iraq's mcgrath a column of the website at dawn at rocks dot com or via any of our social media example which every showed google blessed facebook and they become it there were really on the show we'll such among and follow us on twitter i'm at carl franklin he's at rich campbell sentenced a tweet they make our highperforming stuffed elephants very happy very abby very happy okay let's welcome back to the show jeremy licnen says he is a cloud developer advocate for azure at microsoft germany's been coating since he was seven.

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