Our tech guru, Charles Torre, takes us over to meet Kit George and the rest of the .NET CLR BCL team.
Don't know what that is? Well, it's the class library that all .NET applications use. We start out with an interview with Kit about what the team is working on.
In this quick interview I sit on the couch at the downtown Sheraton with Tom van Stiphout, Microsoft Access MVP, and we discuss how Visual Basic and Visual Studio help his company build business
applications for his customers. Check out Tom's
Are you wondering how to get started with Windows Azure? Join me in this quick video featuring Steve Marx as we walk through a simple 'Hello World' application in Windows Azure. See how easy it is to get started using Windows Azure Tools for Visual Studio
- develop, debug, and publish…
We know many of you secretly desire a Windows Vista logo tattoo, but are simply afraid to "come out". Well, in this video watch what happens when Mike Langowski, a Program Manager for Windows with a Vista Logo Tattoo fetish, discovers that he and his trusted
Windows Program Manager…
A number of
changes and improvements have been made to SQL Server 2005. Did I really need to state that? One of the big improvements is in the management and security area. The SQL Management Object (SMO) infrastructure replaces much of what used to be accomplished
Vice presidents S. “Soma” Somasegar, Ted Kummert, and Andy Lees taped an interview with Channel 9 talking about what it’s like to be in the home stretch of such an important delivery for Microsoft as VS 2005, SQL Server 2005 and Biztalk 2006 prepare
to RTM. Find out what is top of mind for…
Thanks to everyone who submitted a video for the first-ever
Show Off event at PDC05. We had 25 submissions in the space of just a few weeks. To view all of the submissions, look for
videos tagged with showoff.
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