Wednesday, 19 August 2009 TJAM - The Video

Here is a 4-minute YouTube-hosted music video of what happened at our recent TJAM event.

A ''draft' version of this video was shown to the developers at the start of the evening event. Time and a spot of decent re-editing has made the video smoother and more interesting (I hope...).

You can either watch the video here, or (better) click on the video image to watch it in a bigger window on YouTube (press the 'HQ 'buttton for better quality playback if watching on YouTube).

My music choice for this video is an edited version of a Utah Saints track - they have remixed Kate Bush's lyric "I just know that something good is going to happen". See what I did there?

So my music collection is over-influenced by the Gaydar Radio playlist. Whatever!


  1. Hey Nick, Great video from a great day. We're developing 2 of the 800 ideas so only 798 to go ! :-) Soon ! Frank

  2. Hi Nick, my name is Graham Vincent. I am currently working for a clinical company making software for the NHS but I am looking for a project to sink my teeth into involving new technologies and this looks really interesting. Although I don’t use it at work, I'm coming from a PHP background and also have strong front end (DHTML, JavaScript) skills, which I do use at work, along with CACHE (InterSystems).

    Where can I find out more about the Tesco API and the ideas you have had for it?

    Wish I had known about the TJAM meeting.

    Please contact me at loudsphiers(AT)gmail(DOT)com
    Graham Vincent


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