I wanted to watch it, as I am very interested in the subject. Alas, the audio was so bad I gave up. :(
You are absolutely right. I apologise for that! In future, I will use better recording equipment, instead of just my phone. What I can do for this one is to try to add subtitles. I’ll let you know when I publish them.
What I can do for this one is to try to add subtitles. I’ll let you know when I publish them.
That would be great! Looking forward to it.
I wrote and uploaded the subtitles. Unfortunately, because the audio is so poor, Youtube’s auto-captions don’t work so I had to do it manually. It took some time and it’s not efficient at all! Lesson learned! I hope they help.
Subtitles are great. Thanks so much for taking the time to add them. Going to watch the rest of it this evening!
Does it seem really weird to anyone else that we have a web app that wrangles SQL, then exposes it using a totally different query language? Why not just expose the database directly? I sense that web developers layer hacks on hacks instead of stepping back and addressing lower-level design faults.