[Note: This is the first in a series of videos on Visual Studio Team System from
Brian Keller. Thanks for the content, Brian ]
The ability to branch and merge source code with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server can really enable a team to build software in a more agile and maintainable…
This was the first time I had ever met
Scott Guthrie in person.
Like many devs working with MS dev tools, I was quite familiar with the guy - just about everything he says is useful. I used to code by his posts, articles, and interviews.
Meeting him was weird.
For one thing, he's way…
Microsoft is a big company. Everybody knows this, but it really hits home when your job is to go around and interview people from its many divisions.
Before shooting this video, I didn't even know there was a Windows Home Server coming out.
But there is.
And if you want to know what it is,…
Brian Cross is, like, really smart. That's what I've decided.
He woke up one day and felt like building a robot...
...so he did.
He's come along way from his early attempts, and he now has multiple hardware platforms which all tie into a single brain. That brain is a…
In this screencast, I walk you through the most difficult part of synching data between a Windows Mobile device and SQL Server, which, oddly enough, isn't actually the coding.
It's the setup.
We'll download the tools, and then configure all the bits that need configuring.
In Part Two, I…
In Part One of this series, Boyd Multerer told us all about XNA.
Now, in Part Two, Frank Savage shows it all to us.
Frank will talk about XNA from his perspective, deploy an XNA project to an Xbox 360, modify the application, and also give a debugging demonstration.
All of this is done at…
If you haven't heard about it, DinnerNow is a demo app that shows off... well, just about everything.
WPF, WCF, Powershell, and more.
If you like what you see here, head out to the DinnerNow site for links to the application and the source.
Fun group of people. Jason Olson was there, too -…
Robert Graham and David Maynor head up a company called
These are the people you hear about when you hear about people who get paid to break things. They look for vulnerabilities, pore over disassembled binaries, and generally have all kinds of fun while being rewarded.
Yeah - you read it correctly.
Our very own Mike Sampson, known around here as "Sampy", got shot in the face today by
Jesse Lewin of 10 fame.
You might be asking yourself: Why?
The answer is simple: Watch the video.
As you know, Channel 9 is all about transparency, and this is…
Tim Sneath sat down recently with Ian Ellison-Taylor, the Product Unit Manager for Windows Presentation Foundation, to chat about how this technology has evolved since its inception and where it’s going over the
next 12-18 months. WPF is starting to take off, with applications like British…