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dblake950
2012-12-12T14:58:13

I've added the slides [PDF] from the original tutorial in a link below the video. Those who have difficulty reading the code in the webcast will find the slides useful. Hope this helps!
Deirdre Blake
Dr Dobb's Managing Editor


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ubm_techweb_disqus_sso_-84674b8638eac5b6715be44b094cb391
2012-12-12T03:17:05

Though video quality is bad, but I still thanks Dr. Dobb for not using Youtube as host. Because we can't see Youtube here in China.


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ubm_techweb_disqus_sso_-84674b8638eac5b6715be44b094cb391
2012-12-12T03:11:59

Video quality is too bad. I really can't see codes in it.


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dblake950
2012-12-11T20:36:11

Sorry gang, the quality is the best I can provide. These videos (there will be more in the coming weeks) are culled from a virtual event we held in November. I believe the high-res versions are available for viewing through the event lobby for up to one year. You can go to https://www.techwebonlineevent... to see if you can still register after-the-fact to access the sessions.
--Deirdre
Dr. Dobb's Managing Editor


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ubm_techweb_disqus_sso_-ddafa228a3d4f02e9469f895991657cf
2012-12-11T16:27:44

I would actually pay for a better quality video


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ubm_techweb_disqus_sso_-cf409204791047366ae0fba042f5b3de
2012-12-11T14:34:06

Video quality sucks again :-(


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ubm_techweb_disqus_sso_-48b9e9d59933a0d0e819439aa9c07ce8
2012-12-11T08:42:15

Article is very interesting, but the video quality isn't enough to read the code sample for example.


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dblake950
2012-12-10T20:12:55

Sorry, I should have noted it is a video tutorial!
--Deirdre


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ubm_techweb_disqus_sso_-b3b1d8eb25a487aa3e1e70a29d1a99cd
2012-12-10T17:51:52

Came here from Twitter link but no article? Also tried from front page. Strange :)


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