This video demonstrates using Windows PowerShell V2 remote sessions. This is a new feature with V2 and available natively within Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2.
See more info about Windows PowerShell V2 at
MSDN Code Gallery.
One of the first things I noticed in the new Windows 7 RC is the new collection of Wallpapers available. Plenty of grand vistas of landscape and color blends remain, but
this version includes a line of very artistic illustrations. Over on the e7 blog, the story was posted today about
So, this is irrationally exciting for me; what's perhaps the first UGC (user-generated content) in Smooth Streaming. Two of our awesome evangelists, Tim Heuer and Arturo Toldeo were in New Zealand for WEB09. They were invited to do a code-off with three Adobe representatives to build a cool app to…
Richard Guthrie, Escalation Engineer, presented a session covering debugging tools that can be used for troubleshooting Windows at the 2009 Certificate
Windows Protocols Plugfest. Richard answered windows debugging questions as well. Debugging with Windbg including assembly call stack…
Paul Long, Technical Evangelist, presented an overview of Netmon 3.3 protocol analyzer (a Windows-based utility) including a tour of the tool as well as a question and answer session at the 2009 Certificate
Windows Protocols Plugfest. Capabilities, functionality and design goals are described.…
This week on Channel 9, Dan and Brian discuss the top developer news including:
- Windows 7 Release Candidate available to MSDN & TechNet Subscribers
- Brian Keller - Install
Windows 7 RC on a Virtual PC
- Karsten Januszewski & Tim Aidlin : Glimmer app lets you easily build jQuery…
Our friends at CDNetworks announced their adoption of Smooth Streaming last week. And now they’ve have made a very cool new Smooth Streaming demo site: http://www.nextcdn.com/Silverlight.htm. It builds on the SmoothHD and IIS.net demos with a very nice GUI, and an awesome use of some of…
a bona fide Silverlight Wizard, must have had a great talk at the Reston DevDinner, based on the Silverlight
3 Links he posted. If you haven't taken the time to look at Silverlight 3 yet, this is a fun way to start.
At the WEB09 conference, a challenge was issued to both Adobe and Microsoft speakers at the event: What can you build in 2 hours using your tools of choice? Nigel
Parker has the full story including video.
Jason Olson is a programming language evangelist in addition to his duties as a managed (.NET) tools evangelist. You know him from
C9. He's a long time Niner and has always been passionate about languages. I've known Jason for a long time and it's great to see him take his passionate intelligence…