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This Week on Windows: We've got exclusives to showcase – plus some unlikely heroes are coming to a Windows Store near you!
- Inking with Maps App
- Suicide Squad
- Jason Bourne
- Cortana Skills Update
- SLING TV EXCLUSIVE
- .NET Conf UY v2016 - Docker for People Who Think Docker Is This Weird Linux Thing That…
So people are talking about Docker. And Microsoft. IN THE SAME SENTENCE! And now it looks like you'll have to figure out what it is and what it means to you. Just like Tupperware containers revolutionized how you view leftovers, Docker containers will change how we design and deploy our applications. In this session, we'll have a quick overview of what Docker is and how it can be used. We'll show examples of how it can be used today with a .NET application and what the future holds with container support in Windows Server 2016.
- Enterprise Integration with Azure Logic Apps
Jon Fancey joins Scott to talk about Azure Logic Apps, iPaaS, and enterprise integration. With the new XML and B2B processing features in Logic Apps, Jon shows how you can quickly create cloud-scale processes for exchanging data securely with trading partners as well as validating and transforming XML data using an Integration Account.
- The Progress of Web Apps
- DocumentDB Updates: Local Emulator and .NET Core Preview SDK
Kirill Gavrylyuk stops by Azure Friday to talk with Scott about the latest updates to Azure DocumentDB, including a free local development with emulator, DocumentDB .NET Core Preview SDK, and other improvements.
- ASP.NET Monsters #79: Code Labs with Jon Galloway
If you're looking for content that will walk you through, step-by-step, as you transition to ASP.NET Core MVC, you're in for a treat.
In this episode of the Monsters, Jon Gallaway joins us live on set at Channel 9 studios to talk about the .NET Core community, the Community Standups and, of course, a series of free labs that you can dive into to embrace your inner Core and learn more about the future of MVC.
- Michael Friis - Docker
This week we speak with Michael Friis from Docker, and with Glenn Condron from the ASP.NET team, about containers, why they matter, what's going on with .NET and Docker, and how to get started.
- Some thoughts on planning the rest of your academic year
Student developers - It's time to start thinking about your "end game" for the academic year! In this short video I share some thoughts on how to "Start at the end and work your way back".
- GoingNative 54: What's New In Visual Studio 2017 RC and Introduction To Vcpkg
This episode of GoingNative comes to you in two parts:
First, Steve chats with Augustin Popa about the latest and greatest features in Visual Studio 2017 RC. Please try it out and let us know how you like it! For deeper dives on specific features, feel free to watch the Connect(); videos, or read about it on the Visual C++ Blog.
- Visual Studio 2017: .NET Desktop Development
Visual Studio 2017: .NET Desktop Development - demo video
- Visual Studio 2017: Universal Windows Platform Development
Visual Studio 2017: Universal Windows Platform Development - demo
- Azure Data Lake GA!
This weeks episode of Data Exposed welcomes Saveen Reddy and Rajesh Dadhia to the show to make the important announcement that Azure Data Lake Store and Azure Data Lake Analytics is now Generally available!
- Get Started with Visual Studio and .NET Core
This is a quick tutorial for getting set up with Visual Studio and .NET Core.
- Tuesdays with Corey: Azure Active Directory Domain Services
Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team talks with Mahesh Unnikrishnan a Principal PM on the Azure AD team to talk about some cool new goodness of Azure Active Directory Domain Service in Azure.
- PowerShell for Beginners
This video is part 1 of a multi-part series for learning PowerShell. This video covers the basics to get you up and running today.
- Episode 129: Data & the Augmented Self with James Whittaker & Dona Sarkar
A very special live episode of the MS Dev Show with James Whittaker and Dona Sarkar, talking about data and more. I do want to warn you, there is some swearing in this episode, so please be conscious of that. Special thanks to Laura Butler for bringing her amazing cookies. Also special thanks to Concurrency for helping sponsor the event.
- ASP.NET Monsters #78: Azure Functions with Chris Anderson
Azure Functions have just gone "GA" and are a great way for you to truly leverage the promise of the cloud and it's ability to scale. In this episode of the Monsters, we have a special guest from the Functions team to break down some of the basics and help us wrap our heads around the Azure offering.
- Hear about the future of AI, why OpenAI chose Azure as its primary cloud platform, and new Azure innovations
OpenAI chose Microsoft due to our deep learning research and ongoing commitment to AI along with the company's open policy to research, Azure's support for open source technologies and it's unique combination of high performance computing, big data and intelligence capabilities such as Azure Batch, Azure Machine Learning and the Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit (formerly CNTK). To further support developers in building intelligent applications, we're announcing the general availability of high performance compute offerings, Azure N-Series Virtual Machines, the preview of Azure Bot Service, and the general availability of Azure Functions.
- Mitch Muenster - Being a dev with autism
Mitch Muenster is a Microsoft and Xamarin MVP, and he speaks with us this week about being a developer with autism.
- 85 - Soylent IoT Ships
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!
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