This is module 4 of the free Windows Server 2012 DirectAccess course on Microsoft Virtual Academy available at https://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/ DirectAccess deployments have quickly grown beyond the point where a single server can provide adequate processing power. Enterprises need the…
This is module 5 of the free Windows Server 2012 DirectAccess course on Microsoft Virtual Academy available at https://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/ Windows Server 2012 DirectAccess provides a solution that allows for deployment of multiple DirectAccess entry points across geographic locations,…
DevRadioJun 21, 2013 at 4:00 AM2
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Abstract: Diego Lizarazo joins us for this APIMASH episode as he gives us an overview of the Univision Starter Kit he developed. Tune in as he walks us through the steps required to get started and how you can leverage this knowledge to build your own Windows 8 apps. Check out all the APIMASH…
Abstract: Michael Palermo welcomes Sandy Duncan, CEO of YoYo Games to the show as they discuss GameMaker: Studio and developing apps for Windows. [1:25] What do you think puts GameMaker above competing gaming frameworks? [4:05] Why should a developer be enticed to use GameMaker for targeting…
Abstract: Michael Palermo welcomes Russell Kay, CTO at YoYo Games to the show as they discuss the two major ways to develop games using GamerMaker --- Coding vs. Drag and Drop (DnD). Tune in as they shed a little light on both techniques as well dispelling some misconceptions about DnD and mixing…
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In part 1 of their three part series, Blain Barton and Tommy Patterson walk us through building networked servers on the Windows Azure platform. Tune in as Tommy demos for us how to create our virtual machines and then authenticate them through an Active Directory Controller and then finishes up the…
Using Visual Studio 2012's ASP.NET Tools for Windows Azure Active Directory you can easily set up your ASP.NET applications so that they can authenticate against your Office 365 domain. If you're an Office 365 user, this is a great way to allow your existing Office 365 users authentication…
Make your app stand out with a live tile. You can use a background task to update your app's live tile with fresh content. For a closer look and more details, check out Quickstart: Update a live tile from a background task on the Windows Dev Center.
Just as you use Xcode to build iOS apps, you use Visual Studio to build Windows Store apps. This video gives a quick comparison of the two. For more resources to help iOS developers get started building Windows Store apps, go to http://aka.ms/iOStoWindows.