Note that the slides in the video are in Chinese but the downloadable slides here are in English. So it's best to follow the slides on your own machine while listening to the video. The slides are also easier to read on your own machine (especially the animations).
Product manager at 1E (.com). Previously a solutions engineer, and 12 years at Microsoft (mostly Microsoft IT, mainly dogfooding ConfigMgr).
Mar 04, 2015 at 10:10 AM
Would you call the step after the Conditional Access / MDM registration process, "Provisioning", in the official Microsoft Windows 10 sense of the word?
I understand the Windows 10 provisioning concept and I'm sure similar mechanisms will be used to invoke it. But is this a specific example, or just a similar set of features?
Now I'm being Mr. Obvious: "Deep Refactoring" - does that mean I should be really hesitant about the move to this new Windows Server? Lots of testing, let the industry sort out the issues first, etc. Isn't the risk high when there's that much change?
I don't imagine you want us to hesitate that much.
Good stuff. A few suggestions:
- Why Microsoft? I love Microsoft, but that in itself isn't a good enough reason to embrace the Microsoft approach to IoT
- consistency in dev tools and operating systems makes sense, so that could be a reason, but it could also mean that Microsoft IoT evolves less quickly than the alternatives
- more details on the the roadmap, of course (though I understand why there's hesitation to release such details)
- great management and security could be reasons, and it's easy to imagine Microsoft thinking so, but what's the plan? So we could use more discussion of those topics
- I've got the Galileo, and it works well. The samples are decent, but limited in number. The documentation seems even more limited. Is there a plan to take it to the next level? In truth this is part of what makes me hesitate to embrace the Microsoft vision - if the investment is limited here, will it be limited later, or in other ways?
Thanks, and I'm excited to hear more!
Oct 20, 2014 at 11:27 PM
Wow - his book is ONLY available for free. Kraig explains his book this video in one of the the most articulate and passionate discussions I've ever seen, and yet when I go to get the book it's FREE! I'm feeling guilty. I'll give it a serious read for sure.
And to be clear, I have no relationship whatsoever with Kraig, MSDN, or even Microsoft (these days).
p.s. I would like a physical book, even if I have to pay for it...
There must be an internal Microsoft class for naming things...