Dan Appleman is on a campaign to secure every computer in the country. To help in that goal he wrote a book:
Always Use Protection: A Teen's Guide to Safe Computing.
But that's not why we put him here on Channel 9 (he's the first non-Microsoft employee to be interviewed for Channel 9, by the…
Joe Stegman, lead program manager on the Windows Forms team, talks about some of the mistakes that developers make and gives us some tips for building great UIs for .NET.
He also talks about how to give good feedback to the Windows Forms team.
Deepak, Microsoft's India community specialist, gives us a tour around Microsoft's Indian Web sites.
In this video he also talks about, and demonstrates, a keyboard which transposes Hindi characters to English for better use with Websites.
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Microsoft's Security Response Center gets a lot of email sent to its
firstname.lastname@example.org alias. Stephen kept talking about "responsible disclosure" with us so we wanted to find out just what he meant by that.
Dan Appleman is a software developer. But he wrote a security book for teenagers. So, we thought it'd be interesting to ask him to compare the security needs of both.
We're talking, by the way, of a pre-Windows XP Service Pack 2 world (when it comes to getting infected by turning on a new…
Dean Hachamovitch, the guy who runs the Internet Explorer team, seems to have a particularly tough job.
Just read all the comments over on the IE Blog.
Just how tough is it? After all, everyone has an opinion on Internet Explorer and what its future should be. Both inside and outside…
Here's a small team that shipped a cool product today,
Photo Story 3, that helps you make great "stories" from your digital photos.
We sat down with the team who wrote the product so you could get an idea of how a software-development team at Microsoft works. You meet:
How do you make programming fun? How do you make it relevant? Paul Vick talks about the challenges that Microsoft has ahead of it to remain the language for the next generation of developers.
Why does this matter? Well, Basic was Microsoft's first product. Everything grew from that…
We thought we'd put Paul on the spot and ask him:
"Fill in the blank, a great VB programmer does _____."
Here's his answer.
In another video that we just posted we asked Paul to tell us how to make our Visual Basic applications run faster.