Screencast: Redgate .NET Reflector Demo From My Last Presentation

In a follow up to my last post, I talked about Redgate’s .NET Reflector during my presentation at the London .NET User Group event last week (see: )

I recorded the entire presentation using Camtasia Studio, but here is just a snippet from the presentation. A small piece about Redgate .NET Reflector and a little demo on how to use it and how it works.

Check out the screencast here:

The volume is a little low at the beginning because I was using my laptop mic as the audio input and I had walked away from the laptop while presenting the slide.  Once I got into the demo, I was right at my laptop so the audio quality is much better.



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One Response to Screencast: Redgate .NET Reflector Demo From My Last Presentation

  1. Pingback: My Talk Titled, “.NET Attributes and Reflection – what a developer needs to know……” « IT is Possible – Dan Douglas is blogging

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