Welcome to Channel 9. We are five guys at Microsoft who want a new level of communication between Microsoft and developers. We believe that we will all benefit from a little dialogue these days. This is our first attempt to move beyond the newsgroup, the
blog, and the press release to talk with…
Are you a one spacer or a two spacer? Bill Hill gives his opinion on why you only put one space after a period. This video was shot in 2004. We will miss you, Bill. Thank you for changing the world for the better when it comes to reading on digital devices. Rest in peace.
The most important operating system developers write software for is not Windows or OSX or Linux or Android. It's Homo sapiens 1.0. We make software for people first. Very wise words from a very wise soul, Bill Hill. Bill passed away on October 16, 2012 from a sudden heart attack. We are all shocked…
Joe Beda, development lead on the Avalon team at Microsoft, discusses whether Avalon will be the technology that Microsoft uses to replace the Web.
Joe also has a weblog where you can keep in touch with what he and the Avalon team are doing.
Avalon is the next-generation graphic platform that…
Joe Beda, a development lead on the Avalon team (the graphics display technology in the next version of Windows), talks about whether Avalon's APIs are all "managed" which is really like asking "will the APIs be easy for .NET programmers to use?"
We wanted to know what the .NET CLR is missing. So we asked Brad and got interesting answers. He covers both stuff that's coming in Whidbey (the next version of the CLR/Visual Studio) as well as stuff that is even still missing -- get insight into what might
be coming down the road.