The quietest room at Microsoft

Charlie Owen, of the Windows Media Center team, gives us a look at the quietest room at Microsoft (cool place to listen to music, it's totally soundproof and has anti-sound-wave-reflection treatment on the walls) and then gives us a taste of what's coming from the Media Center team in Windows Vista in an interview I did with him for Channel 9. Then they show how to develop your first Media Center application.

Update: On his blog Charlie links to a couple of people who got Media Center running on their new Macs.

Comments

  1. Samuel: Windows Vista is scheduled to ship in November. Even today that’s true. It looks on schedule to make that, but I’ve given up trying to predict whether we will or not. Do you have any other information?

  2. Samuel: Windows Vista is scheduled to ship in November. Even today that’s true. It looks on schedule to make that, but I’ve given up trying to predict whether we will or not. Do you have any other information?

  3. mmm.. I guess since I’m a consumer, and from what I can tell from what I’ve read, that means it ships for me in 2007. Or did I get that wrong?

  4. mmm.. I guess since I’m a consumer, and from what I can tell from what I’ve read, that means it ships for me in 2007. Or did I get that wrong?

  5. If that’s the quitest room at Microsoft then what would the noisiest be ? :D

    Kernel development and testing room:
    -F*** you George, I’m setting this function OFF!!

    Faint cries in the background

    -Someone lock this goon away, he’s been here for too long!

    *KABOOM!!*

    eh..

  6. If that’s the quitest room at Microsoft then what would the noisiest be ? :D

    Kernel development and testing room:
    -F*** you George, I’m setting this function OFF!!

    Faint cries in the background

    -Someone lock this goon away, he’s been here for too long!

    *KABOOM!!*

    eh..