I've decided, humble as I am, to try and create the greatest series of screencasts in the entire universe on the subject of Windows Mobile development. I'll probably fail, but that's no big deal. It's just a goal.
In this first screencast, I walk you through the creation of a very simple…
There's some confusion among geeks about what the differences are between Windows CE, Windows XP Embedded, and Windows Mobile.
In this video, I talk with Mike Hall and Derek Snyder about these differences, and what I got was a crystal clear explanation. Then Derek goes on to demo a few different…
This video came to us from Adam Carter. I'll let him introduce it all himself:
Back in October, I posted a
blog entry asking who people would want to hear from in MS IT about their work. I got just one response back, suggesting I talk to
Ron Markezich about MMS (Microsoft Managed Services –…
This is the first of a two part series in which we get a look at XNA - the technology that's going to make it significantly easier for devs to code games that run on Windows
and the Xbox 360.
In this first part, we chat with Boyd Multerer about his role in the XNA program. It's some pretty…
Robert Graham and David Maynor head up a company called
These are the people you hear about when you hear about people who get paid to break things. They look for vulnerabilities, pore over disassembled binaries, and generally have all kinds of fun while being rewarded.
Yeah - you read it correctly.
Our very own Mike Sampson, known around here as "Sampy", got shot in the face today by
Jesse Lewin of 10 fame.
You might be asking yourself: Why?
The answer is simple: Watch the video.
As you know, Channel 9 is all about transparency, and this is…
Tim Sneath sat down recently with Ian Ellison-Taylor, the Product Unit Manager for Windows Presentation Foundation, to chat about how this technology has evolved since its inception and where it’s going over the
next 12-18 months. WPF is starting to take off, with applications like British…
[Note: Although I, Rory Blyth, Channel 9 superstar and grade D internet celebrity am posting this video, I didn't actually make it. The credit goes to
Brian Keller - an evangelist for Team System. So... pretty cool ]
Jim Lamb and Buck Hodges on the Team Foundation Server team show off the new…
There was one booth at
TechFest that was constantly jammed with people. Everybody wanted to interview
I'm not quite sure what to call his work. I can think of all sorts of adjectives with which to describe it, but an actual name escapes me.
I will say that I had never seen…
If you could see me now, I'm a giddy, happy, silly little niner.
I just learned about something at Microsoft that happens every year called "TechFest". It's a convention for
Microsoft Research, meant to provide a glimpse of what goes on in what I now think of as the
Area 51 of…