Last Week on Channel 9: November 20th - November 26th, 2017

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While last week was the Thanksgiving Holiday in the States, our show hosts took some of there pre-turkey time and delivered a number of show, videos and posts. Here's a select 14 of them...

Interview with Edward Thomson (Git in VSTS)

In this interview, recorded live from Ignite 2017, Senior Cloud Developer Advocate Damian Brady interviews Senior Program Manager Edward Thomson about Git in Visual Studio Team Services.

[00:19] Source control options in VSTS and TFS ...      

Episode 33: iOS Auto Provisioning Awesomeness with Oleg

This week, James is joined yet again by friend of the show Oleg Demchenko, Developer at Microsoft on Visual Studio for Mac, who introduces us to the re-imaged and brand new simplified workflow for automatic iOS device provisioning with fastlane. In the previous Xamarin Show Oleg introduced us to the first iteration of new device provisioning, but it has been revamped based on your feedback and simplified for pure awesome!...      

Using Web App for Containers in a Multi-Tier Application

Ahmed Elnably joins Scott Hanselman to discuss a sample project, Developer Finder, that was created to showcase how to use Web App for Containers in the context of a multi-tiered application....      

Why do I see Microsoft Accounts for my Visual Studio Subscribers and how do I change them…

As companies migrate from the Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) to the new Visual Studio Subscriptions Administration Portal, you may be surprised to find that the "Sign-in Email Address" for some of your company's subscribers shows a 3rd party email address like Hotmail, Gmail, or Yahoo.

Why does this happen? This happens because of the activation processes that were in place for the legacy MSDN subscriber experience. Before the Visual Studio subscriber and administrator migrations, there were two actions required to successfully use a Visual Studio Subscription, or MSDN Subscription as it used to be known. The administrator "assigned" the subscription and the subscriber "activated" the subscription. To activate a subscription, a Microsoft Account or MSA was required to sign in. The subscriber could try to make their work account such as lottie@contoso.com, into a Microsoft Account, or they were free to create a new MSA with any email address. This resulted in the "sign in email address" being different than the "assigned to email address"....      

How Microsoft protects against identity compromise

Identity sits at the very center of the enterprise threat detection ecosystem. Proper identity and access management is critical to protecting an organization, especially in the midst of a digital transformation. This part three of the six-part Securing our Enterprise series where Chief Information Security Officer, Bret Arsenault shares how he and his team are managing identity compromise (leg number two of the security stool)....      

Cybersecurity Reference Architecture & Strategies: How to Plan for and Implement a…

Planning and implementing a security strategy to protect a hybrid of on-premises and cloud assets against advanced cybersecurity threats is one of the greatest challenges facing information security organizations today.

Join Lex Thomas as he welcomes back Mark Simos to the show as they discuss how Microsoft has built a robust set of strategies and integrated capabilities to help you solve these challenges so that you can build a better understanding how to build an identity security perimeter around your assets....      

Azure Functions: Less-Server and More Code

In this episode, Dmitry is joined by Jeremy Likness for a discussion of Azure Functions, which provide the powerful capability to merge events and code to quickly deploy micro services directly from Visual Studio or as part of a DevOps pipeline. With a variety of triggers that call the code and bindings that connect code with resources like storage, queues, and databases, functions empower developers to focus on what is unique about their code without having to deal with infrastructure and scaffolding....      

ASP.NET Monsters # 112: Migrating Knockout to React

The AllReady project has grown over the years and in order to keep it fresh, we'd like to try moving from Knockout to React for our client-side components. In this episode, Simon takes us through replacing a small Knockout component with an equivalent React component      

Episode 174: Connect(); & Mile of Music with Jared Kuehn

We talk with Jared Kuehn about the Mile of Music project. We also cover some of the big announcements from Connect(). And why is JSON parsing 10x faster than XML parsing in SQL Server?      

Azure Analysis Services: Desktop PowerBI to the Cloud

The new web modeling experience for Azure Analysis Service can supersize the models that you have built for Power BI. In this episode, Josh Caplan will show how you can take data models that were built inside the Power BI desktop and easily convert them to Azure Analysis Services models. You can then use all the Power of Azure Analysis Services to scale your model to hundreds or even thousands of users.      

Introduction to the AI Show

Welcome to the inaugural episode of the AI Show. In this show you get to learn all about Data science and how to use Microsoft products to help you do data science. This show is not only for data scientists, though, it is also for developers interested in infusing AI into their applications as well.      

Keynote: Smart Enough to Work With Us? Foundations and Challenges for Teamwork-Enabled AI…

For much of its history, AI research has aimed toward building intelligent machines independently of their interactions with people. As the world of computing has evolved, and systems pervade ever more facets of life, the challenges of building computer systems smart enough to work effectively with people, in groups as well as individually, has become increasingly important. Furthermore, recent advances in AI-capable systems raise societal and ethical questions about the effects of such systems on people and societies at large. In this talk...      

Dream.Build.Play November Update

Andrew Parsons joins the show to share the latest updates on the Dream.Build.Play game developer competition. We'll also cover some tips and tricks for setting up Xbox Live in your game through the Windows Developer Portal.

Dream.Build.Play is a game developer competition that is open to all developers, working solo or in teams of up to seven. Create a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) game for one of the categories by December 31, 2017 and you'll get the chance to win cash prizes and show off your game to the world....      

Identity on Azure Government

In this episode of the Azure Government video series, Steve Michelotti talks with Bernie Ellis from the Azure Government Engineering team about Identity on Azure Government. Bernie starts out by talking about the three different Identity models and the things you need to know for each of the scenarios.  Bernie also discusses available protocols in Azure Active Directory for Azure Government. Steve and Bernie also discuss in-depth the scenarios around authenticating an app running on Azure Government across different scenarios including AAD for Office 365. If you've been having questions on Identity on Azure Government, this video is a great starting place.      


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