As Christina said in the latest TWC9, we're in the dog days of summer, yet our hosts and authors continue to deliver great videos, announcements, shows and posts. Here's a select 22 of them...
- TWC9: Hyper about HyperCard, .NET 2.0 is Out, How YOU impact Visual Studio Development and…
This week on Channel 9, Christina and Bryan are back and discussing the week's top developer news, including;
- Interview with Munil Shah (Safe Deployment)
In this interview, Principal DevOps Manager Donovan Brown interviews Director of Engineering Munil Shah about Safe Deployment of Visual Studio Team Services.
- Integrating Azure CDN into Your Azure Workflows
Manling Zhang joins Scott Hanselman to demo the recent integration of CDN into Azure Web App, Storage and Media Services portal experience. Enabling and managing a CDN for these services is extremely simple with a few clicks and without leaving the portal.
- Building Visual Studio Code Extensions with Sean McBreen
In this video, Sean McBreen gives us a quick tutorial on how to build Visual Studio Code extensions. To learn more about Visual Studio Code check out the following links:
- Minecraft Minecon, Back To School tips and more
This Week on Windows: This Week on Windows we're kicking off our back to school coverage with deals on must have learning apps, a new Windows 10 device and some big news Minecraft fans are sure to love. Specific topics covered in this week's episode include:
- Minecraft Minecon news...
- Design Patterns: Decorator
This is the last of an eight part series where Robert is joined by Phil Japikse to discuss design patterns. A design pattern is a best practice you can use in your code to solve a common problem. In this episode, Phil demonstrates the Decorator pattern. This pattern allows behavior to be added to an individual object, either statically or dynamically, without affecting the behavior of other objects from the same class.
- ASP.NET Monsters #104: Deploy Virtual Applications in Azure App Service
Did you know that you can deploy multiple applications to a single Web App in Azure App Service? In today's episode, Dave explores this virtually unknown feature of Virtual Applications in Azure App Service. Learn how to create a virtual application and how to deploy your ASP.NET Core application to that virtual application.
- Acer Predator Triton 700 with 3D Fan Technology and Acer Gaming Lineup Reviewed
With aluminum chassis, 15.6-inch FHD IPS display, 1080 GPU, Dual Acer AeroBlade™ 3D Fans and gaming centric ergonomic design - Acer delivers an amazing thin yet powerful, compromise-free gaming notebook. See specs, estimated pricing and also a quick review of the rest of Acer's gaming line in this video.
- One Dev Question with Raymond Chen - Why Does Ctrl+F in Outlook mean 'Forward' instead of…
The 'One Dev Question with Raymond Chen' video series is part of the One Dev Minute channel. In this series, longtime Microsoft developer and semi-official Windows historian Raymond Chen covers a series of questions about Microsoft Windows development, team culture, and/or history. If you have additional questions for Raymond, please add your questions in the comments section below. You can also find out more development details about Windows and its history on Raymond's blog.
- Coffee in the Cloud: Understanding e-Discovery in Microsoft Teams
Join our Microsoft Tams Program Manager, Ansuman Acharya as he demonstrates new e-discovery feature in Office 365. Using Microsoft Teams as an example workload he'll answer your most common questions about this important enterprise feature. ...
- Episode 233: Azure Event Grid with Bahram Banisadr
In this episode Chris Risner and Thiago Almeida are joined by Bahram Banisadr, Program Manager focusing on Event Grid. Event Grid is a new service which enables developers to build event based programming. Events could be anything within Azure such as a blob being created in Blob Storage, a VM starting, and much more. By subscribing to events, you're applications can be notified whenever these events occur. You're also able to create your own custom events which can then be subscribed to.
Links from the show:
- [01:10] - Event Grid Overview...
- Snack Pack 18: Using Effects in Xamarin.Forms
Welcome to The Xamarin Show Snack Pack Edition. A Snack Pack is bite sized episode that is focused on a specific topic and covered in just a few minutes. Today, we take a look at look at how to spice up existing Xamarin.Forms controls using Effects, a super powerful feature built right into Xamarin.Forms...
- Episode 4: Australia - Interview with Troy Hunt
In this episode of the MVP Show, we are here in Gold Coast, Australia, to meet with Troy Hunt, a well-known security expert, and meet the dude that made HaveIBeenPwned.com. Troy has been an MVP specializing in Visual Studio and development technologies since 2011, and he is also a Microsoft Regional Director. He travels the world speaking at events, and training technology professionals.
- Register Access Token in Xamarin Forms
Learn how to use Xam.Plugin.Settings to save and retrieve the access token so that the user don't have to enter his login and password each time he launches the app.
- Tuesdays with Corey: Azure Container Instances with WINDOWS containers
Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team sat down with Sean McKenna, Principal PM responsible for the newly launched Azure Container Instances - this time talking about Windows Containers! ...
- Episode 164: That Conference 2017 - Part 1
Part 1 of our 3 part special from That Conference in Wisconsin Dells. We talk smart cars, Chocolatey, and good coding practices....
- Windows 10 Deployment: tips and tricks from Microsoft IT
At Microsoft today, we think of Windows as a service. Cloud-powered Windows Analytics have streamlined the upgrade to Windows 10 Creators Update for our employees around the world. Our experts share lessons learned and best practices for application compatibility testing, upgrading, readiness, and adopting Windows Hello and Always-On VPN connection.
These questions — and more — are discussed during this session:
- [01:00] Transitioning to Windows as a Service...
- Windows Server 2016 Containers Demo
Containers are a new feature in Windows Server 2016. Watch this second video of two to see a hands on demo of what containers are, how they work and how you may be able to utilize them in your IT environment.
- .NET Core 2.0 Released!
Join Scott Hunter and members of the .NET Team as they introduce you to all the new features in .NET Core 2.0, our cross-platform, open source .NET. .NET Core 2.0 implements .NET Standard 2.0 which delivers on the promise of .NET everywhere and expands the API surface area to over 35,000 members so that sharing libraries across all .NET workloads is much easier. We've also worked really hard on performance this release making .NET Core the fastest version of .NET ever. We're also releasing updates to Visual Studio 2017 (version 15.3) and Visual Studio for Mac (version 7.1) that fully support .NET Core 2.0 and have many new tooling features. Learn about the .NET Core 2.0 release and download today www.dot.net/core!
[0:00:00] Scott Hunter introduces .NET Core 2.0 & .NET Standard 2.0...
- The Next Internet: A Ubiquitous, Viral Edge Cloud
Moving computation and services from the desktop and local back office to large, centralized, multi-tenant data centers ("The Cloud") has been the dominant trend of the last decade in computing. This has led to a vast profusion of new applications and services and broad new areas of research, from networking to building highly-scalable, robust, distributed systems. However, the Cloud is far away from the edge device. Microsoft Azure has been particularly aggressive about building large-scale data centers, but even Azure cannot guarantee better than 30 ms latency. Further, Cloud-edge bandwidth is limited, and for many Cloud applications and services, the dominant cost is not Cloud computing and storage but rather Cloud-edge bandwidth. A ubiquitous edge cloud, with latencies to the edge in the 1-10 millisecond range and bandwidth to the edge in the gigabit range, would...
- Workshop on Quantum Algorithms and Devices - Afternoon Sessions II
3:05 PM–3:35 PM | Michael Biercuk – The Role of Quantum Control in Quantum Computing
3:40 PM–4:10 PM | Matthias Troyer – Can AIs Dream of Schrodinger's Cat?
4:15 PM–4:45 PM | Bettina Heim
- Azure Government ExpressRoute
In this episode of the Azure Government video series, Steve Michelotti talks with James Walters about Azure Government ExpressRoute. James starts out by explaining what ExpressRoute is and what the primary benefits are for government customers. He also clarifies the different between ExpressRoute for commercial versus Government and DoD. Steve and James discuss how and where the data is encrypted over the wire and how customers can optionally add additional security if they choose. James concludes by explaining how government agencies can get started setting up ExpressRoute and each option available.