I’m sure this has been asked before, but I’m going to give you the chance to ask an actual person the questions below.
Here is a list of questions I’ve always wanted to ask roku, but never have.
1. what are three words to describe roku?2. whats the name of the first book roku released?3. what is the most memorable book roku wrote?4. what is the most memorable book roku wrote before?5. what is roku’s greatest weakness?6. what was roku’s worst job?7. what is roku’s favorite book?8. what is roku’s least favorite book?9.
roku is a Japanese video game developer who also writes, produces, and works as a consultant for the video game industry. Although a lot of our interview questions have been asked before, Im going to give you the chance to ask an actual person the questions below.
The question of the day is: “What’s the most memorable book you’ve written?” The answer is: The book you’re currently reading.
I’ve done a lot of that work on the board, so I don’t want to ruin it for you. If you think you’re making an effort to be more informative, then you’re not alone. For me, it’s been a lot of work. I’ve written about 10 books, and I’ve done about 20. So it’s good to have that in your head for a minute.
Some of the questions are pretty obvious (like the ones about what you like to do), but there are others that you might not know about, like why you like to do different things in your life (like the question about whether you like to read or write or paint or do other things).
It’s probably the best, most direct way to start a conversation with the roku community. It doesnt take much effort to get a few of the questions answered either. The roku community is very willing to help. Most of the community is pretty open to explaining where they got their inspiration, so its really easy to learn as much about the roku world as you want from them.
I love roku’s attitude of being willing to help and to explain themselves. They dont have to do it for you, they can do it for themselves. Most of my questions had roku answer, so I got a lot of insight into their world. I asked about the different things they like to do, and got a lot of answers.