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Making the ALT.NET Geek Code badge video

April 29, 2008

Last week Scott Hanselman posted the ALT.NET Geek code page which allows you to choose different processes and tools that make you happy.  After making your selections you are given to identify yourself and your interests to others who can translate the code.

Scott’s code reads as:

IOC(SM):IOC(CW):IOC(Nin):MOC(RM):MOC(MQ):MOC(TM):MOC(!?):TDD(NU):TDD(Xu):TDD(Mb):SCC(Svn):SCC(Git):SCC(TFS):SCC(Lame):SCC(Gmail):ORM(NH):ORM(SS):ORM(L2S):XPP(++):DDD(T+):DDD(+):DDD(!?):JSL(Jq):JSL(MS):JSL(p+):JSL(s+):CIS(CC):CIS(psh+):CIS(bat-):GoF(++)

This was code was in need of some serious visualization goodness and I was happy to oblige.  The following video explains the story of the ALT.NET Geek Code badge.

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