Continuing my experiments of recording the few events I attend in Sydney using a simple Galaxy S4 phone, this time I’m posting videos from Sydney ALT.NET usergroup gathering in July.

Of course if you are interested in all the videos I put online, including a few tutorials I have created myself instead of just recording, check out my channel on YouTube.

Now to the videos…

Applications of the Reactive Extensions framework

By Niall Connaughton, @nconnaughton on twitter

http://youtu.be/0SumokkY-6w

http://youtu.be/0SumokkY-6w

Moving to HTTPS

By James Crisp, @jtcrisp on twitter

http://youtu.be/WMH7ebXH1CQ

http://youtu.be/WMH7ebXH1CQ

Final Note

Please let me know if you find these videos useful. I may not be able to do much about the quality in the short term, so, it’s worth knowing if the videos as-is are helping, or I need to pause until I get better tooling than just my phone camera and a simple webcam.

So, check out all the videos on YouTube, leave comments ion them, and let me know the topics that interest you, which may in the future turn into tutorials I create myself, or suggestions to ask usergroup leaders to look for presenters to talk about.

Now that we're done, click this out ;)

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  • Michael Naoumov

    Meligy, thanks a lot for all the videos you recording. I am watching them with a big appreciation of your efforts.

    I have, however, some suggestions about the audio for those videos.
    I suggest you to record video with Mono channel audio or post-process it later. Currently, when you watch the videos from the headphones most of the time you hear sound only from one earphone, and they suddenly swap.

    Another thing, you have to do is post-process audio and make it significantly louder. Currently I watch those videos on my phone, but it is still too quiet.