Earthquake in LA

29 July 2008

Over the years, we've tried very hard to build a sense of teamwork within this company...To convince everyone that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

Up until today, I really believed we were a team unlike any other. Leave it to a natural disaster to set me straight.

As you may have heard, we had a 5.4 magnitude earthquake here in Los Angeles ... our cameras were rolling as Mark and Kevin were discussing the importance of teamwork within the IDE team...here's what happened:

http://tv.devexpress.com/DevExpressEarthquake.movie

 

10 comment(s)
Mark Miller (DevExpress)

Hey, I just wanted to let everyone know that I made it safely out of the building.

29 July, 2008
Ray Navasarkian (DevExpress)

You took out a lot of people as you did...

29 July, 2008
heather

When you had hair you would have acted differently amazing how the brain function changes when your brain is more easily exposed to the air!

And to think we were actually worried about you guys!!!

LOL.

29 July, 2008
Julian Bucknall (DevExpress)

Wow, I've heard of extremely stressful incidents turning your hair white, but never making it grow again. I think we should donate Mark to science.

Cheers, Julian

29 July, 2008
Ray Navasarkian (DevExpress)

That's his sexy picture...he'll never part with it.

29 July, 2008
Renaud Bompuis

The man has no shame... for our greatest entertainment :-)

29 July, 2008
Daniel

I'm glad you're OK, mark. Especially since I just renewed my CodeRush license...

30 July, 2008
Scott Blood

This video had me in stitches i cannot believe that wasn't staged.

All i can say is thank christ there was no serious damage to the building otherwise a really quick thinking Mr Miller (comedy genious) could of found himself out of a job.

30 July, 2008
Mark Miller

Hi Scott,

You cannot believe that wasn't staged, eh? Well, if it was staged, rest assured that we could do it in a way to convince you it wasn't. :-)

30 July, 2008
Edmund

It's quite amazing how people react in disasters.

7 June, 2009

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