Even though allot of our hosts are swamped getting ready for Build 2016, we've still got a select 25 shows, episodes and videos to share with you...
- Understanding Concurrency - a whiteboard session with Nuri Halprin
In this episode special guest Nuri Halprin walks us through Concurrency and how to address it. ...
- 69 - Arrow Duck Audio
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! ...
- Episode 201: Azure App Service Local Cache with Cory Fowler
In this episode Chris Risner is joined by Cory Fowler, Program Manager on the Azure App Services team. Cory joins us to talk about Azure App Service Local Cache. Local Cache enables your Apps to copy their code to storage on the local VMs running their site. Normally, Apps are run from a network based disk. Changing to storage local to the VM greatly improve the performance of languages like PHP, Node.js, and any other platform that needs to frequently read the files running it....
- Hack a Mousetrap with Windows 10 Internet Of Things
Recently DX team members from Microsoft Canada took part in the DevOps Hackathon. Our hack was to literally build a better mousetrap by connecting a Raspberry Pi to record the number of times a trap is set off and where the trap has been set off. The data is fed through IoT Hub, stored in Azure SQL and then fed to Azure Machine Learning to provide predictions as to when the traps would need to be emptied. The solution also provides a floor plan heat map via Power BI as to where the best places would be to set the traps.
- Web Application Security
Whether you're building your own web apps or using a commercial product, you should always be aware of potential security vulnerabilities that can bring down your website or put your users and data at risk. Join Shahed Chowdhuri (Sr. Technical Evangelist @ Microsoft) to learn about vulnerabilities such as SQL Injection and Cross-Site Scripting, and what you can do about them.
- DevIntersection Spring 2016 CountDown Show #6 with Robert Green
Richard Campbell talks to Robert Green about the on-going evolution of Visual Studio. That past several version of Visual Studio have been completely seamless – you can open a project building Visual Studio 2010 in 2015 and back again, which means it’s all too easy to ignore the new features in Visual Studio 2015. Robert talks about just some of the amazing things you could be missing out on – like custom code analyzers! Don’t build documentation for your library that no one will read, build a code analyzer that show up in Visual Studio 2015 and ...
- Hack Grunt to Make Your Website Awesome
- MEAN on Azure Episode 8 : Understanding Express and the Express Generator
In this episode, we pick up where we left off in Episode 5. In that episode we showed you how to create a simple http server using node and the http module. We finished off by showing you how to use the express-generator. In this episode, we show you the basics of express so that when you start to use the express generator you understand what is created for you.
- TechNet on Tour | Hybrid Cloud
What's new with Hybrid IT Infrastructure
Prepare to deliver a true hybrid IT infrastructure without sacrificing security, control, or reliability. Take advantage of the powerful capabilities in Windows Server 2016 and Microsoft Azure and get the knowledge you need to transform low-cost, x86 standard hardware into a powerful software-defined fabric, engineered to deliver the best platform for applications and workloads. ...
- CodeChat 057 - INSTEON for Home Automation
My colleague, Nick Landry, and I are both pretty into home automation using INSTEON. Nick is buying a new house and thinks it's time to go all out with a good home automation solution and then start writing some code to enable various natural speech scenarios. ...
- MSDN Flash March 2016 - Make Web Not War, iOS to Windows, ASP .NET Monsters + more
This Month in a Flash
- The Maker Show - Lecture: Intro to Fusion 360 API
If your project involves some material design that you want to laser cut, 3D print, or mill, or even if you just want to visualize what your final product is going to look like, try Fusion 360.
In this Maker Show Lecture the topic is an introduction to Fusion 360's API. Instead of manually using the application UI to build or manipulate your parts, you can write code to do it. Now you're talking! Brian Ekins - the designer of the API - covers all the important topics. ...
- Video: Introduction to Media eXperience Analyzer (MXA) - Part 2
In this episode of Defrag Tools, Chad Beeder is joined by Jorge Novillo and Jose Baldner. We look at some of the technologies introduced in recent Windows versions to reduce power consumption and improve battery life during video playback on newer hardware, and use Media eXperience Analyzer (MXA) to see whether they are working. ...
- DevIntersection Spring 2016 CountDown Show #5 with Scott Hanselman
Join the one-and-only Scott Hanselman has he discusses his plans for the upcoming DevIntersection and Anglebrackets conference at the Walt Disney World Swan Hotel in Orlando Florida April 16-22. Scott is one of the key drivers behind bringing ASP.NET and other Microsoft products to the open source world, something much harder to believe just a few years ago. And that evolution is still ongoing – learn more about it this spring at Anglebrackets! Register today at www.anglebrackets.org!
- Episode 13 - Basics of .NET Core
What is the .NET framework and what does each part do? How does .NET Core differ from the full framework. In this episode monster Simon talks, at a high level about how the bits of the framework fit together. We also talk about why there are so many packages in your solution now and what advantage that gives you over the old monolithic approach to the .NET framework. ...
- TalkDevOps Interview - DevOps yes !! What about ALM and Agile ?
I met Etienne Tremblay during the MVP Days in Montréal and we talked together about DevOps, but also Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and Agile !
I asked Etienne how he define DevOps with ALM ? Is it something different or the same thing ? ...
- Celebrating Women In Startups
As Microsoft Accelerator works with startups around the world, we wanted to celebrate International Women's Day by highlighting some of our female founders. We spoke to women from across the world and across different industries to discuss the past, present, and future of women in tech and the entrepreneurial space.
Featured in this episode:
- Tal Shoham, CEO of Evolero, alumni of Tel Aviv Accelerator ...
- Web.Dev: Introducing the Team
It's time to introduce a whole new team and a whole new Channel 9 show - Web.Dev!
We're off to a great start recording content for your education and viewing pleasure. Topics will be diverse, but always related to web development. Over time, we'll thoroughly explore the exciting ASP.NET stack, Node.js, PHP, web frameworks, tooling, trends, tips, and tricks. It's going to be rich! ...
- UWP and C++: Compling your "C", standard "C++" and C++/CLI
In this interim session, I show that you can easily compile "C" code, standard "C++" and "C++/CLI" using the Visual Studio Command line.
This is a digression from the main track, but it is important if you have not used the Visual Studio Command Line.
- Episode 411: Michael Lanzetta on Deep Learning Toolkit
Michael Lanzetta describes Neural Networks, Microsoft's Deep Learning Toolkit and how it is used to improve many Microsoft offerings.
- Defrag Tools #156 - Critical Path Analysis with Windows Performance Analyzer
In this episode of Defrag Tools, Chad Beeder and Sylvain Goyette demonstrate how to do critical path analysis in Windows Performance Analyzer (WPA), to troubleshoot apps which have an unresponsive UI. WPA is available in the Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK). ...
- Future Decoded
Never has there been a more exciting time in terms of technology's impact on society and what for what we can do together. The digital revolution is impacting all aspect of our lives. So what does the future look like? In this talk we'll explore innovations and key technologies, how they likely will make an impact on how we work and play. We'll dive into the top three innovation pillars Microsoft research is now working on. The talk also covers getting there from here - how you should be thinking about using technology available today to bring business value and increased productivity.
- Periscope series: talking about AutoRest
Sara talks to Brady Gaster and David Justice on how they first got started working on AutoRest.
- SpartaHack 2016
Images from the 2016 SpartaHack hackathon at Michigan State University!
- Episode 409: Paul DeCarlo and Jeremy Foster on IoT Labs
Microsoft Evangelists Paul DeCarl and Jeremy Foster walk us through labs to demonstrate using a Raspberry Pi device and Microsoft Azure to detect and analyze weather data.