- Feb 12, 2011
Very clever with the casettes. I was fooled into thinking they were Zunes, heh.
What sorcery is this? Double ninja'd? I never would have thought that people actually browsed the Featured Content forum frequently enough to beat the content producer to the first post.Lady Kathleen said:Xbox Evolution
A glimpse into the wonder that is the Loading Ready Run.
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You might be able to buy it on Desert Bus for a bargain price of $1000 or so.UtterTramp said:Can I have that Xbox? 25 bucks to own it and I wouldn't waste time in front of it. Win-win . Also, I actually watched the after credits 5 times. The little things....
Well, someone has to pay for all the cat food...TheBobmus said:
No, Graham and Paul work full time on LRR. I am a fool and I try to balance a day job with LRR.TheBobmus said:
Yeah, I was going to bring that up (being a C# programmer), but not too big of a deal. You can even write C++ in Visual Studio. At least they got real code unlike a lot of other videos/movies that just get what they think would be code.MowDownJoe said:I almost want to point out that their big IDE is for writing code is C#, although that is based on C++.
The code they use in the video is indeed C++. Microsoft's IDE ? Visual Studio ? is mostly written in C++, although the editor and a growing number of other components is C#. Windows, Office, and IE are written in C and C++. Just for the record.MowDownJoe said:I almost want to point out that their big IDE is for writing code is C#, although that is based on C++.
Must get rather exhausting. I don't even want to imagine how your schedule fluctuates :SLady Kathleen said: