Last Week on Channel 9: August 7th - August 13th, 2017

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24 select shows, posts, videos and episodes from last week here on Channel 9.

Special shout-out to the Patch And Switch show for hitting the 100 mark, 100 - Smurf Pilot Delay!

Episode 494: Richard Taylor on Web Development to Xamarin Development

Richard Taylor was a professional Web Developer, who recently began building mobile applications with Xamarin. He talks about the transition and how the tooling helped him.

Workshop on Quantum Algorithms and Devices - Afternoon Sessions I

1:05 PM–1:35 PM | Ronald De Wolf – Quantum SDP-Solvers: Better Upper and Lower Bounds...

An End-to-End Demo of VSTS

Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) is an extremely robust, extensible and configurable application lifecycle management tool that facilitates good DevOps practices within your organization.

You may have heard of the capabilities of VSTS (or TFS) but you may not have seen an end-to-end demo of the capabilities.  In this session, you will see a full demo of its capabilities, from Requirements to Development, Automated Build, Automated Deployment, Testing and Monitoring/Telemetry....

TWC9: Brewing the News, .NET Standard 2.0 is done, .NET Conf, Eye Typing and more...

This week on Channel 9, guest hosts Christina Warren and Bryan Liston discuss the week's top developer news, including;

Huawei Announces New Notebooks with Smartphone Inspired Features

Huawei is bringing innovation from their world leading smartphone line up to their newly announced tablet and notebook line up. With too many worlds firsts to list check out this video to see the incredible performance and innovation packed into these new products.

[00:33] - Who is Huawei...      

Episode 232: Azure Container Instances

In this episode Chris Risner and Noel Bundick are joined by Sean McKenna, Product Manager in the Azure Compute Team focused on Azure Container Instances.  Azure Container Instances is a new service from Azure which makes it very easy to spin up containers in the Azure cloud.  Primary features of ACI include no VM management, per-second billing, user defined resource (CPU and Memory), and image deployment from DockerHub and Azure Container Registry. Using the ACI Connector for Kubernetes, you're even able to use ACI as a place to deploy containers as part of your Kubernetes orchestration...

Application Monitoring using Application Insights

Application Monitoring using Application Insights...

How to access documents for all meeting attendees

A common request by Surface Hub customers is the ability, to easily, access the documents and files that each attendee of a meeting owns and maintains in their cloud store.

In this video Dr. Neil demonstrates an app in the Windows Store which enables each person to associate an NFC tag with their account and then simply "tag on" during the meeting to access their files.

Table API for Azure Cosmos DB

Aravind Krishna shows Scott Hanselman how to get started with the Table API for Azure Cosmos DB, the globally distributed multi-model database. Using the API, applications running on Azure Table storage can take advantage of secondary indexes, turnkey global distribution, dedicated throughput, and single digit millisecond latency with 99.99% comprehensive SLAs. See Github(Table API) for the code demoed in the episode.

Back To School, Office tips and more

This Week On Windows we're giving you ready for the school year with headlines from Microsoft Education, showing some tips and tricks to help you get the most out of Office and giving you deals on some top movie rentals! Specific topics covered in this week's episode include:

Headlines:

  • Microsoft Education announcements...
Design Patterns: Factories

This is the sixth 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 Simple Factory, Factory Method and Abstract Factory patterns. The Simple Factory pattern encapsulates object creation in one place. The Factory Method pattern uses factory methods to deal with the problem of creating objects without having to specify the exact class of the object that will be created. The Abstract Factory pattern provides a way to encapsulate a group of individual factories that have a common theme without specifying their concrete classes. ...

100 - Smurf Pilot Delay

It's time for another LiveStream Episode of the Patch and Switch show!!! Two IT guys (Patch and Switch) who are talking about whatever comes up. Can you say Tangent! Ultimately it's the Chat Room where everyone hangs out and contributes to the show, so make sure to load it up during the LiveStream!

We have hit 100 episodes!! Do they know we are still making this show? Didn't think we would last past the first 20 frankly. Oh, and we celebrate our 100th episode without the Audio Engineer. What the heck? He went to Europe without talking to us at all! ...

SQL Server 2017 Adaptive QP

This week's Data Exposed show welcomes Joe Sack into the Channel 9 studio. Joe is a Principal PM on the SQL Server team, and is in the Channel 9 studios today to show us the awesome Adaptive Query Processor technology, the ability of the database to adapt based on customer characteristics in real-time conditions. Joe introduces 3 features of Adaptive QP in SQL Server 2017 and Azure SQL DB....

Getting Started with .NET Standard 2.0 Part 1 with Immo Landwerth

In this video Immo gives a quick introduction to .NET Standard 2.0. To learn more about this please check out:...

GoingNative 60: ISO C++ @Toronto Debriefing

In this episode of GoingNative, Steve Carroll chats with Gabriel Dos Reis and Billy O'Neal about what happened at the C++ standards meeting in Toronto, Canada....

Windows Server 2016 Containers Overview

Containers are a new feature in Windows Server 2016. Watch this video to get up to speed on what containers are, how they work and how you may be able to utilize them in your IT environment. ...

Episode 28: Azure Functions for Mobile Apps with Donna Malayeri

This week, James is joined by friend of the show Donna Malayeri, Program Manager at Microsoft in Azure Functions, who introduces us to serverless compute with Azure Functions. We discuss what Azure Functions is, how they work, and why they matter for mobile developers. Donna walks us through several mobile focused scenarios that Azure Functions are ideal for....

Tuesdays with Corey: Kubernetes Connector for Azure Container Instances!

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 the Kubernetes connector. ...

Design Patterns: Singleton

This is the fifth 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 Singleton pattern. This pattern restricts the instantiation of a class to one instance and provides global access to that instance....

How to Control Stage Fright

In this episode James conquers the subject of stage fright. You will discover that its cause is evolutionary (it's not your fault and you are not broken) and can't be wholly defeated, but your brain can be manipulated to make it work for you instead of against you.

The stage offers A LOT of career benefits so don't pass up this opportunity to learn how to ascend the stage with power.

SQL Server 2017 Built-in Diagnostics

Bob Ward and Parikshit Savjani (Parik) are in the Data Exposed Channel 9 studio today to talk about and show off the best built-in diagnostics in the industry. It's Bob Ward, so of course we're talking about SQL Server. And in this episode, we're talking about SQL Server 2017....

Cognitive Services Episode 2 – Creating & Consuming a Cognitive Service. Getting started…

Episode 1 was a global introduction to AI & Cognitive Services. Episode 2 is much more hands-on oriented and is aimed at building fundamental assets for the next episodes. You will learn how to get started with a minimal chatbot (that we'll reuse throughout the entire course) and the typical steps involved in creating & consuming a Cognitive Service. This is a 15 minutes intensive session with 13 minutes of pure step by step demos.

Azure Cloud Shell

Justin Luk joins Scott Hanselman to discuss the Azure Cloud Shell, a browser-based shell experience hosted in the cloud. With Cloud Shell's built-in authentication and pre-installed tools, getting work done on Azure has never been easier....

Interview with Ginger Reinauer, UX designer at Expeditors

Ginger is into anything and everything. By day, she works as a UX Designer in the emerald city of Seattle, but when night rolls around she lets her creativity loose on the world and frolics in the lands of 3D printing, embroidery, watercolor, children's book writing and needle felting. You can find her noodling around on her interweb home. ...


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