18 episodes and posts from last week...
- TWC9: Office 2016, HoloLens, Minecraft, Unity, Oculus Rift and more...
This week on Channel 9, Nikola and Vlad discuss the week's top developer news, including;
- Going Native 42: Bjarne Stroustrup interview at cppcon
Don't Panic! The 42nd episode is here with a special guest: Bjarne Stroustrup is joining us from cppcon to share more about his historical cppcon keynote this week. His focus is on how we can all write good C++14 code. Before watching the full keynote recording, get a sneak peek in this short interview
- Azure IoT and Windows IoT at IoT Solutions World Congress
IoT Solutions World Congress 2015 was held in Barcelona (Spain) last week. On a VERY NOISY showfloor, I spoke to Nicole Berdy (@nberdy) about the Azure IoT Suite, and to Colin Murphy about Windows 10 IoT Core.
- Azure Service Fabric 101 - Introduction
Scott speaks with Matthew Snider about Azure Service Fabric. The Service Fabric is the system that is underlying Windows Azure itself, and it's now being made available as a programming model for developers to create "Born in the Cloud" applications. How do apps live, work, and scale beyond just "VMs in the cloud" and "Web Apps in the cloud." In this conceptual talk, Matthew gives no-nonsense, no marketing answers to straight questions.
- Tuesdays with Corey: Out and About - Eli Collins, CTO of Cloudera
Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team takes the show on the road! Rick and Corey are in San Francisco talking with a number of partners who offer services in Azure and other ecosystems. In this episode - Corey drops by the Cloudera office and talks with Eli Collins, Chief Technologist for Cloudera.
- Setting up a Particle Photon
I've found the Particle (once called Spark) boards to be the easiest way to get started in the Internet of Things. Since each chip is wifi enabled from the start, it's easy to flash code! Here I set up the board two different ways: using the app, and using Windows 10 with Putty. Thanks to Nick Landry for showing me the Putty solution!
- SharePoint 2016 with Simon Bourdages
On this episode of the DEVIntersection Countdown show, Richard Campbell talks with Simon Bourdages about SharePointIntersection – a co-located event that attendees get access to with their regular admission. Simon discusses the improvements coming to migrating SharePoint on-premise into SharePoint Online...
- MSA - Building An App Part 1
Introduction video on what you will cover in the Building an App tutorial
- B-roll: Office 2016
Intended for broadcast journalists, this broadcast quality footage highlights Office 2016.
- Quick Guide: Unity & Visual Studio Code for Linux
Mickey MacDonald (@ScruffyFurn) provides a quick guide to Unity & Visual Studio Code for Linux
- Office Dev Show - Episode 12 - Office UI Fabric
In this episode of the Office Dev Show, Humberto Lezama Guadarrama, Eric Thompson, and Peter Jahn discuss and showcase the new Office UI Fabric, a design and styling framework for Office development. The UI Fabric is a responsive, mobile-first, front-end framework for developers, designed to make it simple to quickly create web experiences using the Office Design Language...
- Tuesdays with Corey: Out and About - Ben Hindman, co-founder of Mesosphere
Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team takes the show on the road! Rick and Corey are in San Francisco talking with a number of partners who offer services in Azure and other ecosystems. In this episode - Corey drops by the Mesosphere office and talks with Ben Hindman, Co-Creator of Apache Mesos and a Mesosphere Co-Founder. ...
- 55 - Furby Tamagotchi Canadians
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!
Wait a second - have a guest host joining us... AND we have new camera angles! Action packed show.
- Cloud: My Scalability Secret
My hidden truth about scaling a software systems; or something that we tend not to talk about.
- Episode 11: Interview with Adam Tuliper
- CodeChat 040 - Zoe from Seeed Studio with a Plant Care Project
We talk a lot about the open source web platform on CodeChat, but I, your host, am quite taken with the world of IoT as well. Thus this episode where we interview Zoe from Seeed Studio. Seeed hails from Shenzhen, China and makes all sorts of IoT goodies you might be familiar with, but did you know they have services too? If you're a maker and need help getting your product brought to life whether it's 1, 10, or 10,000, Seeed can help. ...
- Episode 73: Touch Interfaces That Don't Suck with David Washington
We talk with David Washington about touch interfaces. What's up with the new iPad Pro. Computer science courses that don't exist but should.
Show notes available at http://msdevshow.com/2015/09/touch-interfaces-that-dont-suck-with-david-washington/
- Business-Driven Intentional Software Architecture
Episode 1 sets the scene for Business-Driven Intentional Software Architecture. You'll learn how to separate architectural design from technical design. You'll learn how to turn typical requirements into laser-sharp user stories or use-cases, closely aligned to business processes and business activities.
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