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  • #31
    In the video there is a link to some files, which contains an html copy from viralpatel.net of your original tutorial, I thought it was just as credit.
    Anyway, I'll add my thanks and a direct link to your tutorial.
    What's wrong with music? Is Rachmaninov Concerto # 3, Intermezzo, Adagio!
    However, certainly if you grant me the second tutorial I will create a video in a short time, but for the rest of the tutorials I can not guarantee much.
    In particular, I am a newbie in Spring Roo and a full-time student who does not have much time to devote to hobbies.
    If I had time, I would like to video my improvements in Spring Roo really willingly. I swear.
    Meanwhile, I tell you that I will do my best.
    You can contact me at [email protected] to avoid going off topic.

    adam

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    • #32
      What about massaging you lateral thinking cortex, while learning something new...
      Smooth Criminal or Welcome to the Jungle played by Sulic&Hauser 2Cellos will deliver such experience.

      Ok, I don't want to perturb your school or hobbies.

      Thank you for taking the time for creating a video of my tutorial.

      B. Roogards
      jD @ http://pragmatikroo.blogspot.com
      Last edited by delgad9; Apr 22nd, 2012, 03:30 PM.

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      • #33
        But hey you do not get me wrong.
        I saw http://pragmatikroo.blogspot.it/ and your articles are fantastic.
        They are exactly what I want to learn about Spring Roo.
        I might start doing some video of easier articles.
        What about the 2nd version of the tutorial on the Document Blob?
        Meanwhile I wish to correct that first video.
        Then you could recommend me the next tutorial to be taken into consideration.

        (You received a mail notification here in the forum, didn't you? I wrote you some days ago...)
        Let me know.

        adam

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        • #34
          @adam37*
          Thank you for your comment about http://pragmtikroo.blogspot.com

          Ok...This is the mission's agenda -if you agree on taken it-. Mission name: "Arrow Head I".
          1. School is first.
          2. Track the time and effort for making the videos. I can't warranty you retribution at this time. But I am going to try it.
          3. You are going to make individual videos -at your pace- for each of the rest of my tutorials posted in viralPatel.net. VERY IMPORTANT: DON'T DEPLOYED YET. You already know the link. Anyway this the link:http://viralpatel.net/blogs/author/jose-delgado.
            1. Spring Roo: Two Databases Configuration
            2. Spring Roo: Customizing Web MVC UI Forms
            3. How to implement Master/Detail forms using Spring Roo
          4. There are two videos more for completing this first part of the mission. These are easy: Just show up the functionality by navigating the live demos. These are "pure-breed" Spring Roo applications. Don't use MS browsers. Firefox and Chrome are the best.
            1. World Almanac by jD @ http://75.127.101.146/worldAlmanac/
            2. Grids & Charts by [email protected] http://75.127.101.146/gnc/gnc-debug/gnc.html

          I'll deliver the 2nd version of the "tutorial on the Document Blob" asap. In addition of the fix for the nasty exception, I would like to include using the filesystem as blog repository.

          On the music; I really would like to use the mentioned before for some of the videos. But I don't know about copywrite issues that we don't want or need.

          Important notes: Attribution must be included all the time.

          As you can see I got you previous reply. This is just a suggested agenda. Feedback is always welcome

          B. Roogards
          jD


          *Things happen for some reason...The fact that students are getting interested and mastered in a tool is good for the product(s) long term. They are going to carry with them for their future jobs.
          Last edited by delgad9; Apr 25th, 2012, 08:33 AM.

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          • #35
            Ok I will do my best, but I would prefer to stay in touch via email.
            You can find me, as I said, [email protected] (email me so that I can track you without forum.springsource.org)
            Best regards.

            adam

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