This is a different kind of video for Channel 9.
Two weeks ago Robert Scoble, one of the five guys who works on Channel 9, held a geek dinner. He holds those regularly at a food court near Microsoft -- this one was held in honor of security expert Dana Epp, who was in Seattle to attend a…
Since Kang Su Gatlin is a program manager on Visual C++'s compiler team he has a unique viewpoint into the future of computing (the guy who develops the compiler knows what kinds of capabilities are coming). Here we asked him "what about 64-bit?"
Rebecca Norlander, group manager (translation: she's way higher on the organization chart than we are) in charge of the Windows XP Service Pack 2 effort invited us over to chat about the upcoming Service Pack.
There's a whole lot in the next service pack (including Wireless enhancements, a bunch…
Ward, inventor of the Wiki, says he's learned 100 programming languages, so we wondered if he feels particularly strongly about one of them over the others?
What's your favorite language? Did it teach you anything today?
Chris Anderson, a Software Architect on the Avalon team, discusses some of the possible first experiences programmers will have with Avalon. He demonstrates a XAML Hello World and discusses possible "Eureka!" moments for developers writing Avalon applications.
Kam, head of the team that's doing the graphics for Longhorn, talks about how his team works with the usability team to make sure that graphics in Longhorn are not just pretty, but help users be more productive.
Huh? What happened to Part II?
It's coming Monday, had some technical problems that we needed to fix first.
But this one is fun. You get to meet more of the team that makes SQL Server (notably Soner Terek, development manager, and Edmund vonAllmen, test manager -- on Tuesday they'll take…
Here Michael Connolly and Jim Horne demonstrate the new MSN Spaces. Oh, and this service wasn't supposed to be turned on for two more hours, so you are getting a world-wide first look at MSN Spaces here. How about that?
Oh, while you're checking out MSN Spaces, check out the new Microsoft…
Building 35 is a mysterious place.
Hundreds of Microsoft employees. Thousands of computers.
What's cool about building 35? It's where they make SQL Server!
So, we wanted to get a tour of building 35 and meet some of the geeks who work on the SQL Server team.
Here Euan Garden gives us a…