This first video covers the overall product architecture, in terms of the services that comprise IIS and how the interact with each other. It also compares IIS 6 architecture with the more recent IIS 7.5 server that comes with Windows 2008 R2.
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TechNet RadioAug 24, 2012 at 5:00 AM1
Yung Chou on Hybrid Cloud
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In today’s episode, Yung Chou kick starts his Windows Server 2012 series by focusing on installation options for Server Core. Tune in as he demos for us how to configure and switch to this option from full install mode to the Minimal Server GUI. Download Windows Server 2012 If you're…
DevRadioAug 29, 2012 at 4:00 AM0
G. Andrew Duthie
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Abstract: Andrew Duthie and Chris Bowen share with us their Top 10 Windows 8 secrets for App success. Tune in as they discuss the incredible money making opportunities available for developers who jump in and develop applications for Windows 8 as well as what free tools and services are…
DevRadioSep 05, 2012 at 9:12 AM3
G. Andrew Duthie
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Abstract: Andrew Duthie and Jennifer Marsman join us for today’s show as they discuss their top reasons for developing applications for Windows 8. From market potential and size, optimized discovery, flexible and money making opportunities, as well as free tools and guidance--- there’s no…
Mark Hindsbo, VP, Developer & Platform Evangelism discusses “the Windows 8 first mover advantage” for developers. He shares information, with Tim Huckaby, about the staggering number of Windows 8 devices that will be running applications over the next 12 months, and the Windows Store user…
John Sheehan and Tim Huckaby discuss the developer platform for Windows 8. John covers his biggest challenges and proudest moments, and urges developers to stop watching videos and begin building apps. Ready to Get Started? Visit the Windows Developer Center for a…
Do design principles hinder innovation? Bonny Lau explains the reasoning behind the Windows 8 user experience and urges developers to leverage design templates as a starting point (not an end point) for design, to push the envelope and build great looking apps. Learn how to make your…
Joe Stegman talks about creating XAML UI for Windows Store apps. He mentions the flexibility of XAML being accessible from C++, VB and C#, and the great performance you will get out of the engine (which is written in native code). Learn more about the new XAML UI…