Last Week on Channel 9: March 28th - April 3rd, 2016
Did you miss Build? Did you miss a session? Catch most of it now, on-demand here!
Even with Build happening our shows continued, here are a select 30 Build and non-Build related videos and posts.
- How to Save Hours on Windows Server Installations
Join Andrew Rutherford, Microsoft Partner Technology Specialist at Dell, and Eric Mills, OEM Server Marketing Manager, as they show us how to potentially save time and money from Windows Server installations utilizing pre-installed and pre-configured OEM licensing solutions from Dell. ...
- GoingNative 49: Awesome Tools in Update 2 and VS "15" Preview
Today's episode is jam-packed with people and features from the Visual Studio family of products! Join today's "panel of presenters" to hear about all these awesome new and improved tools, ready for you to play with today! ...
- Episode 2 - R Jump Start - Introduction to Microsoft R Open
Episode 2 explains the difference between the various flavors of R as well as setting up the Microsoft R Open environment and executing code. This is the first part in the R Jump Start tutorial series. ...
- jasons_devlog_0003: //Build 2016 Day 2
- Jeremy Foster: @codefoster
- Patrick Chanezon: @chanezon
- Mads Torgersen: @madstorgersen
- Omer Raviv: @omerraviv
- James Montemagno: @jamesmontemagno ...
- Student Highlights from Build 2016 Day 2
More student highlights from the second day of Build 2016! Scott Guthrie, Scott Hanslman, Steve Guggenheimer, and others walked through some awesome announcements and demos. In this video, I discuss Build 2016 day 2 highlights with two students: Ming Yang (former Microsoft intern), and Keegan Farley...
- Azure App Service Advisor
Scott talks to Daria Grigoriu from the App Service team about the new Azure App Service Advisor. There's a lot of things you need to monitor when managing your App Service, and the App Service Advisor will give you live recommendations in the Portal for resource exhaustion! It will give you a heads up for conditions related to CPU, Memory, and Connections!
- 70 - Pabst Mickey Whiskey
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...
- LIVE from Build 2016
- Microservices Part 2: Introduction to Service Fabric with Mark Russinovich
Continuing their microservices discussion, Mark talks Service Fabric, Stateful Services and cloud scale with Seth as they explore how Azure Service Fabric helped Microsoft build global scale services like Cortana, Azure SQL Databases, Skype for business...
- Introducing Microsoft Power BI Embedded
Scott talks to Josh Caplan about the preview of Microsoft Power BI Embedded. A new Azure service which allows app developers to embed live interactive reports into their applications.
- Microsoft Build 2016
Highlights from this year's Build Conference in San Francisco.
- jasons_devlog_0002: //Build 2016 Day 1
- Security Best Practices for Developers
Cyberattacks cost organizations $400 billion a year. It seems nearly every week a new cyberattack is announced, against a corporation, a government agency, or a nonprofit organization. This has made cybersecurity a top issue for IT, Developers, Security, Legal and the board room. ...
- Socal Sam's //Build Report on Cognitive Services, 3/30/2016
In this exploration video I take you in to my initial investigation of the Cognitive Services announced at the //Build keynote on 3/30/2016. In a later video I will demonstrate how to use the various APIs.
- Student Highlights from Build 2016 Day 1
There was a LOT of exciting news and announcements during the first day of Build 2016. Satya Nadella, Terry Myerson, Kevin Gallo, Alex Kipman and others had some awesome announcements and updates spanning Windows, Universal Windows Platform (UWP), Xbox, Hololens, Cortana, and other technologies. In this video, I discuss Build 2016 day 1...
- B-roll: Build 2016
Intended for broadcast journalists, this broadcast quality footage highlights announcements from Day 1 of Build 2016, where Microsoft outlined its Intelligence Vision and Announced New Innovations for Windows 10.
- Episode 34 - HyperV from Zero to Blackbelt - Live from MVPDays 2016
This was a great session that Client Wyckoff and myself did at MVPDays 2016 Easter Canada. We walk through a lot of common configuration items that everyone should know about Hyper-V.
- Backyard Data Science: An Inside Look at What You Can Do with Azure Machine Learning and Cortana Analytics
If you’ve ever wondered what Data Science is and how could it possibly apply to your daily routines and schedules then this is the video for you! Join Blain Barton and Buck Woody as they de-mystify some of the more commonly asked questions surrounding this hot and growing field in the business and technology sector....
- Build 2016: Before the Big Event
Scott Hanselman takes you behind the scenes to Microsoft's Build 2016 setup and preparation. Tune into the live broadcast March 30 - April 1st.
- The Maker Show - Mini: Model to Paper Template
In this mini, I'll show you how to start with a Fusion 360 model, create a drawing from it, and then create a 1:1 detail view in that drawing. The purpose of doing so is to make a paper template that you can lay on a real piece of wood to cut out what you want.
- Windows IoT Core in the Enterprise - Azure Powered Barbecue Monitor from Infusion
The device is outfitted with a temperature probe, user interface, and network communication. It is fully capable of headless operation and feeds into an Azure service capable of ingesting up to 1 million events per second.
- jasons_devlog_0001: Preparing for //Build 2016
These first episodes of any show are always embarrassing. I'll evolve this over time and see if I can make it useful and entertaining. Please let me know what you think! Thanks for watching! ...
- Episode 4 - Herve and Data Aggregation on Steroids
This episode covers an interview and project showcase with Herve Roggero, managing partner of Enzo Unified as well as Microsoft MVP. If you would like to get in touch with Herve regarding Enzo, please reach out to email@example.com. The episode covers the Enzo platform, which takes data aggregation from distributed ...
- Episode 19 - Building Advanced Tag Helpers
Back in Episode 7 we looked at creating custom tag helpers in ASP.NET Core MVC. This week, we take a look at a more advanced scenario where a custom tag helper can be used to cleanup our markup and help enforce consistency ...
- Video: Introduction to Media eXperience Analyzer (MXA) - Part 3 - Glitch Analysis
In this episode of Defrag Tools, Chad Beeder is joined by Jorge Novillo. We examine an audio glitch scenario, and show how to use MXA to determine what caused the problem. ...
- Edge of the Web: Entity Framework Core: The Future of EF for ASP.NET Core
Have you ever wondered how you could write code that interacts with your database? Well now you can with EF Migrations in the new Entity Framework Core for ASP.NET. Check out this in-depth overview and demo heavy session and learn how. ...
- Juval Lowy on Microservices
A decade ago Juval Lowy pioneered the concept of microservices with his famous saying of "Every Class as a Service". Juval joins Dr. Doris Chen, senior Microsoft Developers Evangelist at Silicon Valley to discuss the past, present and future of microservices.
Juval discusses what motivated him at th...
- The Maker Show - Profile: SX Create 2016 at SXSW
The massive South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin, Texas has something for everyone, even the DIY crowd! Electronic instruments, interactive art, and giant drumming robots were all on display this year at SXSW's SX Create. SX Create is a hands-on, family-friendly space that celebrates local makers, artists, and hackers. Join Rachel Weil at Austin's Palmer Events Center as she tours SX Create 2016. ...
- Web Extension Pack
In this episode, Robert is joined by Mads Kristensen, who shows us the Web Extension Pack. This extension installs a number of extensions that help you become a more productive Web developer. The extensions contained in the Web Extension Pack have been proven to be stable over time and useful for all Web developers. ..
- Defrag Tools #157 - Energy Estimation Engine (E3)
In this episode of Defrag Tools, Chad Beeder and Jorge Novillo take a look at the Energy Estimation Engine (E3) in Windows, and how to use it to get detailed information about battery usage. ...
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