Learning at the Whiteboard

Like most Microsoft employees, I have a whiteboard in my office, and mine (also like most) gets used a lot for notes, explanations, architecture, or whatever.

This is nothing new – it’s part of the software culture. A few years ago, I recorded a few handfuls of these talks (some slightly staged) with some all-star colleagues and we posted them on the (now-defunct) Microsoft tester center site. Given that the talks are getting pretty difficult to find, I thought I’d take a few of them and re-post to youtube. I have no schedule in mind for posting, but I expect I’ll re-post 10-20 or so in the coming months.

Here are two to get things started. The first is me talking with James Rodriguez about code reviews, and the second is Alan Myrvold getting me started with Security Testing.

One Comment

  1. Posted April 3, 2013 at 10:57 pm | Permalink

    Although the “acting” was a little tough to watch I did enjoy the video on Security Testing. The whiteboards and the discussions work well. Looking forward to the additional videos!

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