Hey folks, starting a few years back, Channel 9 has been working to add caption support to our videos. There are two sides needed to make this happen; first we needed support in our code to store the captions, associate them with a video and display them in our primary players (Silverlight and HTML 5)....
These days, Twitter is one of the big social media channels for people talking about development, including Channel 9. Recently Twitter added a new feature, Twitter Cards, and it seemed like a perfect fit for our content ... especially the 'Player Card', which is designed to display video content....
When Microsoft opened the Windows Store to developers, Brisbane-based software-development manager Patrick Klug and his Austrian-based brother Daniel spotted an opportunity. As passionate gamers, they wanted to build their own game-development company, and be the first to launch on the forthcoming Windows...
When you go to watch a Channel 9 video, there is a lot of magic that happens to get you to the right format of video for your device and browser. Essentially though, you can end up watching videos on our site in one of a few different ways:
Years ago a group of Microsoft folks decided to build Channel 9, something the current team is all pretty happy about. One of those folks was Jeff Sandquist, and for no realreason at all, we've decided to put together a few of his videos for your enjoyment:
"Hello World !" is the first program we write as we learn a new programming language. This is a fun video to start the same journey for ALM (Application Lifecycle Management). Created by the Microsoft Middle East team.
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During live events like Build, TechEd or GoingNative, Channel 9 does a "homepage takeover" and provides a complete live conference experience. A person can virtually attend the event and never leave the homepage.
There's a lot going on under the hood with this page and we're going to dig into...