18 Burst results for "Tanguay"

Why the Celtics Might Be Starting to Tune Out Coach Brad Stevens

Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

01:44 min | 10 months ago

Why the Celtics Might Be Starting to Tune Out Coach Brad Stevens

"I do wonder if the Celtics are starting to tune out Brad it took eight years guys Bob, you know, I think Larry said to you after 3 years, we stopped listening and I love Brad Stevenson. I think the coaches love Brad Stevens. I don't know if players love Brad Stevens. That's what I'm working. Love them. I just don't know if if again they have that respect form in a sense of of that. He can really motivate them and he can like push the right buttons. I think he knows one button to push and I'm not sure again. Sometimes you gotta jump guys. Sometimes you get to get up up in them. And that's never going to be Brad Steve Jobs. That's in and to me it's not just Brad. So this is Bob. There's nobody else in the staff that can do that. Like go get a veteran guy that everybody respects that can really jump these guys and get on them and be the bad guy cuz that's not Jay larranaga. That's not Jerome Allen. None of these guys. So not even Turner What's that? Not even sure, right? Yeah. I mean everything's going to be a player turned coach now like he's oh that's not going to be his role. I mean, I love Evan Turner. I think it's going to be a really good coach someday. But yeah, I think you're right to some extent. The only male say is getting rid of Hayward probably solves a few issues Dynamic, you know, that that he caused not off to his, you know through his own, you know doing like wasn't his fault, but but Gordon obviously Brad was trying to play him two years ago and get him minutes and get him. And I think a lot of players resented that

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"tanguay" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"tanguay" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"On what's on your mind please welcome Nate Tanguay may tell aria I'm also ma'am thanks for having me you like that music is still get you bumped up a little here in the back and extend up to all of you know what I would think about being chronically you a huge Christmas died so I love you know browse the not for all the old stuff tell folks about you an eight ten when your your time with the with the buys delzell about yourself man it don you know I mean obviously the games are but they're fun a couple great one stand out twenty fourteen championship you know I can Illinois state the twenty eighteen championship against James Madison and then obviously will be I what at what but I mean it's the best part about it is hanging out with the guys in the locker room and outside a locker you know those are the best parts still are that's something I always tell everyone all the guys whenever they want to hear like all men do you you know you must plan I said now I miss being with everybody so those are things that all those guys are gonna remember is one of camp and the games you know all their fun but these guys are absolutely loved every minute of yeah do you I mean is it just as you get about this time is there just I mean what I did when I don't get if you remember the visor like okay this is not new I mean I get a first because not new they win it's not new it's almost like you know sort of but is it it's a new team right is that yeah they did you know and the they haven't been to all of them how do you stay pumped up when it was sort of blase fair enough man it's eight you know as a as a player it's not hard because it's expected because if you lose if you're that seem to lose like we weren't sixteen yes so disappointing and you feel like such a failure it's you in the national championship now for your failure you know especially the state all the Bisons band so that's not that's a great way for them to get pumped up but you know the fan I mean it's up for them to get pumped up it's a couple different games you know as James Madison any South Dakota state you know a Montana state some of those results games but you know what I mean Illinois state this weekend that's a tough one to get pumped up or even though we could we could be in by twenty eight points or something you know bison beatnik nickel state this past week I just assuming everybody knows that thirty seven to of your team to play Illinois state next weekend and the other of course already beaten Illinois state a thirty seven three so we we we sort of know that yeah the match up there right we need to like I mean he did I mean at this point they're not taking anything for granted early no not at all it's the I mean those guys and this is where it all stemmed from the leadership you know and it comes from that two thousand ten team that ended up losing to eastern Washington if that senior leadership but you're passed down to the young guys like okay this is how I'm supposed to act this is what I'm supposed to do day in day out as long as people keep asking that down the line you don't have a class that lasted and just gets really cocky and has a bunch of egos that'll be completely fine we'll keep having the specs that eventually I mean they might point you know I think Thomas thing and it just kicked us out pulling the fact that you're kind of a big deal you've already got a call just you know not nobody gets calls that quick you nobody like this it back a little bit and kind of you know take the measure the man but not all are already got a call hal west Fargo question for our friend Nate to Tanguay go ahead Hey maybe it's more of a comment very merry holiday you told me your story and and now we had separation from this other station we had been told and I was able to get a hold of Steve all stream through an email and I'd recommend for this position and I know you're a great challenge and I just want to wish you the best it's a great operation with Scott has run in here you two are going to be like brothers they'll you two are gonna get along so well it'll be unbelievable your time on me tonight are gonna get along like brothers on almost got kind of a I don't know how I don't you know that or not but I mean I'm right like maybe you know to be be careful there it's not you know this kind of a shot gun marriage wise and asked to see her she got anyway health thanks for the kind messages yeah did you know you grew up in the Milwaukee area where did you come from before you came in as as a freshman any issue are you the also the town was called like want to go grew up in Milwaukee and my younger life but you know it was the best thing I thought it was a small town it was that you know twenty five thousand people and I thought that was small and I came up here and people have classes but eat ten people Mike Wallace crazy but you know I thought I was gonna play basketball I used to be a lot more they'll play the point I played on a really really good team bunch of friends that are in the you know NBA in overseas.

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"tanguay" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"tanguay" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"I think those are just very fleeting passions their whipped up by the media. You get ten two years from now. The narrative yeah sure but also people are going to look back and say well. Maybe we were overreacting because the economy was really good. No new wars. Yeah I guess yeah I mean I personally look back at Bush and I'm like well. He was actually a terrible President Bush. I we're criminal I think. Yeah and he's and he's treated like because he paints pictures. I fucking hate him. I think he's a total assholes. Folksy as the toll of Evil Evil Evil Evil the at my other take away from watching last night hi is trump is literally again you know he would eat these people alive in the morning. You would eat them alive. You think any of the outside Tulsi would do all right against him and she's too nice she's not. She's very very programmed. I've started to like I feel price. Teaser candy they have similar upbringings. Yes but like I mean. What's what's one from Minnesota? So the Amy Klobuchar trump would would literally bite her head off issue shaking like she has palsy. Yeah knows all over twitter. Oh she was like it was like. She's nervous hair thing and the haircut bad for she don't wrap on her is that she's a hellacious boss rough on the she is. She's been known to throw a a stapler to or a binder to one of her underlings. Which I've never done thrown a highlanders I just don't remember the wall? Never it never at workers though. Never that talks Gary Tanguay told me well what are you gonNA do. Two weeks. uh-huh cancers back except actually not true. He's doing well very calm. Let's let's play one or two more songs. Were after deal with these people. Would you please don't know what to say. The one that made me laugh or we subject matter in particular. Uh You were to Me Show bed gray and that were younger. The bank even full down with They tell me why hold on what was a cheerleader. One wasn't of age..

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"tanguay" Discussed on The Beauty Closet

The Beauty Closet

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"tanguay" Discussed on The Beauty Closet

"Perfect beach each waves here thank you oh that is a lost i will defer to. I love it and i was really. I really love it and i also i love the head of roses one too yeah and i was so skeptical because i feel like black hair care or hair for black. Women black is hard but it's so moist rising yeah and it makes my hair so soft and so not tanguay i was shocked. I love it and i recommend recommend it to so many people friends who are black and white everyone because if it works for you and it works for me. I've learnt how anyone can try fruita. It'll be happy but i will say that for my hair. Which is <hes> curly kinky. The the thing that makes the difference is the lieven. I use after oh yeah love. I love the curly the leave and cream by inner sense. It's called quiet calm crawl contri- thank him cruel quiet calm craw control and i put it in dan pair and i let it air dry and i feel like that just like takes it to the next level. You're here is always next. I feel like i've i've gotten somewhere with my hair but you ever since that curl stuff came out. I'm in sons you yeah. That's true well so that's our. That's our a very long time. You asked and you got a really ringing endorsement. Thanks again for joining us. The beauty closet you can learn more about our new podcast series at google dot com slash beauty closet podcast and we hope you'll come back next wednesday for our next chat a- and in the meantime just tap subscribed to keep up with new episodes if you're liking what you're hearing please rate and review and we hope you'll come back next wednesday for our next chat a- and in the meantime just tap subscribed to keep up with new episodes if you're liking what you're hearing please rate and review podcast. We'd love it and share it with a friend toxin.

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"tanguay" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"tanguay" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"And she's like shore, whatever it is literally me at the makeup company. I mean everything down to the color of the exact shade everything. So it's all really hand picked up. We'll big as you said nerd about stuff. So I mean when you, I'm sure you were putting together your regional look, you went through a whole host of products to arrive at your look. My hint. The market tested and rigorously over the course of many, many years. Sure. Yeah. And not at no animals. You got some drag fans and you put it in. There is there. You know? Now we don't do that. We've test on models. That's the way to do it. They need some cruelty. All the cruelty is the way he can. There's too many humans, we don't. We don't have skin on the humans. We have a wall of skin Juarez. Mockup to with a lipstick and watch it and see what happens over the course of a few days. Amy, I think that's curdling is normal. And then you move onto the next relation. This when she was alive. It's fine chuckle move onto the yet them, but they had some records with their launches and our lunch at above and beyond smashed all that records. Great. Yeah, because the the sell out, they're gonna cut your big check in the mail, and it's a good look who doesn't want a neutral kind of classic sculpted. I with a pop of color in the chicken lip. I mean, that's that's every intone the high. I mean, it has. It's a pink with gold sparkle too. I think especially on deep skin, it's going to be so pretty like a rose gold lip. Come on. Yeah, who doesn't want that Bula Friday to actually because it is a collector's item to plus fifty. Two is still under a hundred ladies and gentlemen, awake from all over the world in the middle of the night, waking up to buy it at the moment because so many sold so fat. I mean, so that's got to feel like award to more than sort of winning. So I was. Tanguay dates of like this is nuts and was like this. The response was so positive. Yeah. Yeah. But you know what? That is a company of a owned by a woman who is a woman of color businesswoman and women of color who invented this business or you're supporting a small business LA. She is quite small. Yes, five two. The the business in it's a bunch of like queer or women of color. Awesome. Working on makeup.

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"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

50:22 min | 3 years ago

"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"End up just inventing that number is because someone made a benchmark about a c gordon that was running in one millisecond using seco pine to wasn't and the same algorithm running emoto interpreted mon was running at four hundred seventy times at four hundred and seventeen seconds i'd like to write is going to go that low in terms of movement mile that we the death a reasonable supposition it'll be interesting to see if it comes through guys this is amazing it's amazing and i hope everybody listening understands the how awesome this actually is and what it means it's mind blowing it's life changing it's all of those things thank you for doing it and thanks for opening it up for all of us to use you're welcome now you have to play with absolutely that's why they call me play with it carl quote my friend carl franklin when we finish our joint talk and develop platform not go right up co go right some all right talk to you guys later thanks a lot and we'll see you next time on dot net rocks dot net rocks is brought to you by franklin's net and produced by pop studios a full service audio video and post production facility located physically in new london connecticut and of course in the cloud online at p w o p dot com visit our website at dot any t r o c k 's dot com for rss feeds downloads mobile apps comments and access to the full archives going back to show number one recorded in september two thousand two and make sure you check out our sponsors they keep us in business now go write some code cnn time.

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"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Summary factoring in integrating some mvm like pattern or something of that abstracting away some of those services prior to having up kobe's working on all pathogen right yeah so it does matter how you are protecting the first places as to how much struggle you're gonna have here but other pieces that you haven't implemented yet or haven't been implemented yet i think people are gonna run into so on on iowa's android our coverage is way higher because we've done so many ops on it so we on average to reach all those edge cases obviously on web essentially it is a technology preview so people were asking us about a tree view control that's not something we haven't committed just yet so you can see the list of all the controls that we do support today through the ground life layer to you can play with but we're augmenting dot coverage as we go so that will get more talking right that's why experimental preview it's far from production ready and you could always contributed self but you know that actually begs the question why are you open sourcing this project is you've been working on it for years it's clearly worth represents hours and hours of labor it's helped you build software for a long time why open source about the question right we have many beers before we decided to go with a lot of we can get community contribution for people to fill in the gaps and we'll go faster and other people will enjoy it and because we're the creators of it we don't miss lee believe will lose the edge of being able to use it as we move forward so we arrive in source model now and the an but in full transparency at some point we do believe some people will ask for more extended support and it would be able to offer it right he because i think it's important it's certainly morton to me as a consumer of this library and you maybe i can make some contributions but i wanna know that those principal contributors vacant stay alive then nothing scarier than taking a dependency on an open source library is as significant as this and then you've got to go off do something else like that's challenging for everyone so.

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"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"System works properly the scaling system works properly all the stuff that's built into the phone for excessive ability because you're not cheating you're going through that subsystem you get it automatically yes that's an important distinction of germs making we're not drawing everything like florida would be doing right we're actually controls by styling them by laying them out as needed using our containers like grids and styles and all that revisit huge distinction yeah and i think wildly important but at the same time it makes me question your pixel perfect goal because in the end you are still allowing that device do some rendering there to make some decisions about how things look the platforms monitoring to be years where writing out to draw in works broke no k that's cool the i don't i'm not about i'm not account the pixels guy i just it's going to be a challenge to be that accurate so i just found the the latest audio recorder plug in for cameron and it looks like it looks like it works so there's a it's an audio recorder plug in for zama and in windows it works on android uw p an i o s in records audio devices microphone input so there you go that'd be good at web sandy support has while visitors microphone api's as well right wild i it doesn't work on a streams though it's sort of just like a start recording stop recording get access to the file within event so it's not like it doesn't look like there's a string i'll wait a minute no it's also possible to get a stream to the recording audio data as it's being recorded so okay i i sit corrected it looks like it works it's only recording in wave audio format so far and signal detection is not currently working as well in new wpro that's but it's they're very interesting i don't know if anybody else cares but me but there you go.

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"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Within the hour ahead running on all right so we do will on ono on web sam so the next morning we were showing a screen shot of data grade running on web sally holy crap so we don't have to get make new controls because we've already got him we've got him that's amazing so so on the other part of your question which is this of components that have been built for for some reason there's two ways to look at it there is the first one is those components do work already unless there you're relying specifically on summering france but most the day day it released what's skulls in the central so those components don't rely on some yeah assures they're usable as is i mean it's that's right because they're just sharp code they're not you i code there that's for the platform access exactly so there's no there's no specifics for this that that works wow all right mind being blown even more now there's enough side as well which is just taking wpa pi and just providing you're providing implementations from the outside so we are investigating investigating those parts which is basically we have all the wpa piazza's some parts of been implemented some of not been implemented info does it have not we're we're investigating see if we could just allow people just plug in their own implementation of parts of the udub gi in a plug a nice way are there bootstrap like libraries for styling in themes for you wp that you can take advantage of that would go all the way to these other platforms.

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"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Hardware things but with the same code and so have you guys written any of these things do you anticipate a sort of community growing up around that do you have one already yes so the great thing is i was mentioning before his we can actually leverage all community contributions from eight utility standpoint so i was mentioning new vm light was mentioning windows joe get tiller rex kieffer that matters and all the other component providers at having is can be retargeted to knows that again work across platforms right you need the source code right yeah and and if you look at it from a different angle won't we'll probably come up with announcements and a few days but you because we're a utility stack could in theory envision a world whereas zairean forums the targeting you that would be as rancher could sit on top of ono that sets up of women family rate so you could have iran forums and i may have seen it seniors i'm informs running in the browser using web assembly great so that's how extensive be coverage so pretty similar to the efforts that franken with only white ready to see you mentioned teller accu i for universal windows platform this is adaptive ui for building windows ten apps with one code base completely open source so that means you get the source code to these tools yes they did open source that's amazing so you got like grid charts data formless few all that stuff calendars editors navigation visualization geo visualization and and that can all go right from that code for uw p to irs android and and web assembly and be completely responsive right true during the bill doesn't example red day announced data grid unusually p an during that first night between cocktails jeremy.

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"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Either native or rees was native and it was not a very good experience for us because it require different teams that would know the frameworks veep louis or just do something that that we have the we had the experience for which is zamel coast to see the light end the then after afterwards you wbz right so i know that you guys have talked to people at microsoft i know this because i've talked to them about you but i'm but i'm kinda getting the cold shoulder is that a complicated relationship it is right we're we're thinking that we're building on top of what the windows i former visuals who team has to offer by lavishing zaman that's different angle that we're playing with were getting tremendous traction from the community already some people were expecting something i disappear while now yeah i i would say that we're getting a warmer reception now that we're open sourcing everything for obvious reasons sure and there but a tremendous feedback even from some folks of mike suffered so oakley were it's only been a week or so since we've announced everything that we would provide this community so leo as you politics or as we speak of does again over bearing a few weeks we'll been different things chirp yeah i'm sure once it all comes out the there's some interesting actors that appear the world's gonna get more complex but i think what you're hinting at carl is just this recognition that there's been two distinct deflate zamel really more than that in the wpf's zamel it was part of the dot net team right and the uw peas apple it was part of the windows team right and they were actually separate teams although as of this latest reort there now one team as he talked to billy hollis who's just a uw wp master right the uw zamel is faster more performance better than the wpf zamel stack is what he says right but still not a lot of people are using it and as i said before in tuesday's.

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"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Support for dot net rocks is brought to you by conversational ui from progress teller in kendall ui conversational ui i our chat bought framework agnostic user interface controls and components that enable dot net and java scrip developers to create modern conversational chat but experiences in their web mobile and desktop applications the industry's first package set of user interface components built specifically for chat bots are available as part of teller x espy net ajax as peanut nbc as peanut core windfarms wpf zaman products in kendall ui for j query angular view react php and jsp libraries by implementing key you i design features such as calendars date pickers list views and others that are included in the tool sets developers will be able to improve chat bought conversation through visual elements for more information visit teller dot com slash conversational dash ui amera back it's done iraq's carlin richard talking to jerome and francois's we're talking about you know and just this idea of starting from you p because if if you were doing this four years ago that's like right at the beginning of u w p it's gone through huge convulsions exactly and what's interesting at at this point of time is that when we're looking at a drive to create something that was it would allow us to to reuse you i we there wasn't these at this point meal just a run calls busing which is just a plain ios and android you wind kit or wind dilemma api's of a relatable at that time and there was civilized and it was just it what it was called the was windows on april one at that time so it was just just right before you wb and it's still made sense at that time because you'll civilized and you'll be pf were very similar in there there's there's huge face of civilized developers are off there did they're still have after stealing those apps that are on there still angry at there's definitely still angering when we get that so so it was at that time so we try chose between you developing something that was.

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"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"The promise rare the death loop and the developer experience on windows using visuals you'll is far superior to anything else all there that we've enjoyed his way faster this look at zamel didn't continue raid you could spend your whole seven hours in a day running and debugging your source without ever stopping him raid that's how powerful the tool is today i have a very selfish question ask i don't know if anybody else really cares but did you encapsulate the audio system the the audio recording and playback system the hardware not yet not yet it's been it's been a few people have been asking for the video part of it's so it would probably going to be taking a look at it but yet it's been it's been requested a few times but i'm pretty sure we'll accept your pull requests yes once once we're there right yeah right but going back to desire story the other aspect of it when talking about zaman forms as was saying before where because we're building i wasn't android native experiences at dan means that you could have in hybrid mode where you're both using for whatever reason existing informs assets along with your no bays ulaby app raid so he can mix and match any of your extent the third parties but any other native third parties that would be platform specific if you have an amazing of your i are less at a third party component that's open source that a you wanna bring into your own oh app just for lesson hobby different native component from android you can definitely do that rate will offer platform specific code all along with the youtube legal base awesome and guys give us one moment here for this very important message.

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"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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01:39 min | 3 years ago

"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Like i said we were talking about some of those things that map right like the like the mapping system for example you know the samra informs has this basic solution where you just say you know bring bring up this location and whatever the mapping app is on the platform and it just pulls it up but i'm thinking of other of other things that are that are windows specific you know what what are some of the is there anything that isn't exposed in other words or anything that in you wbz that you weren't able to translate to iowa android web assembly so there's a lot of things that that can't be translated into into an android or a web assembly for that matter depending on what a is it provided the basically what what we trained to do is is provide a lot of obstructions for the developers that want to do general development so that say for instance you want to use the api for lifestyles well tough luck i mean it's not available nyos nato he's not going to not do anything that if you want to use that say geolocation for instance then at this in this case yes it's it's it's mostly available you're maybe some corner cases where it's not working exactly as the bathroom is going to be providing it and there's a way to escape the box in and get access to the underlying that form but if she wants to stick with once a uw provided that the the let's say somehow you'll basic were middle middle scenarios is okay for you than than go forth and use the wpn petition if it slept it's effective if it's available okay.

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"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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02:12 min | 3 years ago

"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"In rhode on what the zaman forms did so instead of trying to invent a was anil anguish or any flavor of zamel we look at what marx had did with the adana de you'll be desirable where we were like this is nice this is neat the death loop is amazing if you're looking at the experience the delaware house today on a visuals to a tool set with all the goodies of zamel ended and continue c sharp didn't continue we looked at it than figured out like if we were able to create a branch and just keep this as our primary that luke experience would probably get away with a better w experience rate so because it's faster to compile build and deploy on a utilize piece tack on your windows machine and windows box with figured out why not just great a bridge and that's what's been happening over the years that's no small feat i mean you wpa is is big and i mean just like salmon forms was no small feat but i the immediate things that come to mind are there's so many things in you wp that our windows specific and you know i'm thinking of that you know the hardware services and the other services that that the platform provides so you had to sort of map those across right was that the biggest challenge yes so the biggest challenge was probably managing priorities as to what tackle i and if you're looking at it from different angle we've been building doesn't context over software agents rates were building mobile apps for a variety of our customers so dopp really drove what features would be working on for some hormones and still today will we're not promising one hundred percent code coverage but of what you'd be p offers because it is massive we're reaching ellen that's bro lead primary reason why we're open sourcing it today is a as a reach out to the community to help provide whatever gaps are left and implement those gaps raid but we as we've down up hundreds of mobile apps on top of it with figured out that we'd have enough coverage that we could put it out in community and i usually be facing similar challenges that we've been facing across all the apps and we've done up and that we haven't good enough coverage that has to be usable tool for everybody's wow that's amazing so.

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"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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02:24 min | 3 years ago

"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Founded in twenty eight with a family of over hundred twenty passionate individuals before founding inventive francois was helping large banks and insurance companies manage change toward more agile processes prior to that he participated in software architecture of the enterprise library framework and unity container for the patterns and practices team at microsoft jerem level has been programming since nineteen ninety eight mainly involved in dot net and c sharp development as teacher trainer consultant in france and is currently a software architect and inventive building mobile apps in montreal canada he's been working for the past few years i'm building the platform to improve the development cycle of cross platform apps using windows i o s android and web assembly using mmono ends zaman welcome guys welcome francois locum jerome and just so we can identify your voices i think francois was the first one who spoke there yes i was okay and jerem you guys we got hooked up build and somebody said you gotta you gotta go talk to the dot in iraq skies and you said yeah just come on over and talk to us and once once you told us what this was all about our head exploded and we had to have you on the show what is no that's good question so we know we look at it as a utility bradshaw you'll does universal windows platform bridge start at i wes android and actually web assembly now as a technology preview so we're we're really look at it as a utility everywhere a recipe where you build it once would have promise they'll run everywhere now so this is a an an experience that's very similar to cameron forms in other words you have a template that you download and then when you build a new ono app you get the multiple projects at just like you do with his amarin forms app a uw p project an irs project and android project the difference is right in the in the stack that you use for example you're actually you guys actually rewrote the zamel stack of uw p for all three of these platforms is that right it is and we approached up we took a diff.

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"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

"tanguay" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Which is very interesting to me because it does mean essentially abandoning everything in the traditional mac architecture the all that software she's not gonna run they're going to have iphone and ipad software but they're not going to have the other software now that it's one way to leave behind the baggage right now everybody's going to have to go through the store the old software simply not going to run is a good impact our ability to do cross platform development not really because we're already doing cross platform onto arm so those abstractions exists it'll take some time for the developers to tweak in tune the essential issues certainly the ui pieces are going to be interesting but i would expect support for to come fairly quickly given adoption of the devices right what if apple does this and nobody buys it because i really wanted a mac and it doesn't run mac software right it's like all ready had a big iphone i call it an ipad now he made me up bigger iphone so it it absolutely is doable i don't think is that saline impediment the question is whether or not i'll be relevant and we're just going to have to watch and see it's going to happen in the next couple of years yup i agree richard yeah would thank you so much for your comment a coffee abuser toco buys on its way to you and if you'd like a copy music dako by write a comment on the website at dot net rocks dot com or via never social media 'cause we publish every show to google plus and facebook and if he comment there and we're reading on the show we'll send you copy musica and definitely follow us on twitter he's at rich campbell i'm at carl franklin tennessee tweet and you'll be numeral no in our book suite avs isn't that nice okay let's bring on our rockstars today francois tom gay and jerem la baule are a couple of guys that are working on this project and let me tell you all about them francois wise the ceo and founder of inventive a digital experience agency.

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