Ok, so I’m not that famous, but I did have the pleasure of getting video taped. It was a real life studio: green room, cameras and lights in my face, and a crew of people helping with the shoot. All in all, pretty intimidating. The videos aren’t perfect as I was pretty nervous, and I really only had one shoot, but they came out pretty well. The videos are on creating SWCs, RSLs, and Modules.
You can find them in the “Flex in a Week” Training Videos, under Day 5.
There’s also an Adobe Developer Center article for one of them. I’m not sure if the other will get posted there or not.
Ok, so I guess I’m pretty snotty when it comes to burgers. Anytime I’m at a fast food joint, I hardly ever get a burger because they’re usually not that good. But I’ve really got a bone to pick with the people out here. In-n-out sucks. I’m sorry, I don’t know what people see in it. The burgers are tasteless and small, the texture of the fries is weird, and overall it sucks. The only thing going for them is the sauce they put on the burgers (and of course the oversized clothes pins), but I just don’t think it’s that good.
The reason I bring this up is because I went to DC this weekend and had some five guys again, and I gotta say, it’s so much better than in-n-out. So good, in fact, that I would put it up there with other non-fast food burger joints (or even my own burgers). Their fries are also better, though, not quite as good as McDonald’s. To you people who think in-n-out is the holy grail of fast food: yes, their ingredients may be fresh, but the food still sucks. Try five guys instead.