While at PDC09, I met up with Tor Langlo and Robby Ingebretsen who had just built a really cool closet configuration application using WPF and 3D.
Think about going to a high-end home store, where the consultant sits down with you and helps configure a walk-in or other type of closet for your…
Scott at PDC09 in Los Angeles this week and got a great opportunity to get a guided tour of a piece of the Windows Azure Cloud from Patrick Yantz, a Cloud Architect with Data Center Services. You may think it's a Cloud Container, but it's not! Join me on this very technical 15 minute deep dive…
Patrick Dussud is a Technical Fellow at Microsoft who is the author of .NET's garbage collector (GC) - the automatic memory management
infrastructure that makes up most of what is managed in managed code execution. How does GC, work, generally? Why is it important? The GC inside of the CLR is of a…
While technically the PDC this year starts on November 17th, the day before that we will be hosting a set of day-long intensive workshops on several specific topics.
One of these workshops will focus on the Patterns of Parallel Programming in order to help developers understand how the…
John Durant just returned from the Microsoft SharePoint Conference where a number of new SharePoint features were announced. In this episode he shares some of those
features with us and describes how they can help developers in a variety of ways.John will be doing a couple sessions at PDC09…
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Johnny Halife, Partner Architect from Southworks started a few months ago a project aiming at providing a Windows Azure SDK for Ruby developers.
Still in beta, the SDK puts the Window Azure storage features ( table, storage & queues) very close to ruby developer.
Johnny was at PDC09,…
Countdown to PDC09: Win a Free Trip to PDC
In a speedy 10 minutes, Mike and Jennifer cram in an update about PDC
hotel options, the PDC attendee directory, and how to win big bucks and a free trip to the PDC by entering the
www.Code7Contest.com. Phew, that’s…
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Windows 7 is here, available to all for purchase and ships today with new PCs! To celebrate this momentous occasion for Windows and Microsoft, Technical Fellow Mark Russinovich joins me in a discussion that extends the great conversation we had last year on Windows 7 internals. In his previous C9…
At the PDC, we typically have some additional "pre conference" workshops which provide very indepth and hands on access to a few select technologies. Chris Auld, Director of Strategy for Intergen, is preparing a workshop that will be diving deep into the
capabilities of Windows Azure. In…