Thanks for giving me the opportunity to have a guest appearance on the show, Mike. It was really rewarding to work on such an important project using our new development tools. I'm anxious to see what the community thinks of the new tools and SDKs we've just released, and thankful to still have you out there educating our community on all the aweomeness they can build using ASP.NET and the .NET framework.
Correction on one aspect of my session today - the vNext team had worked really hard to get a build out the same day as this session that enabled publishing of vNext apps to Websites. Wanted to make sure I corrected that comment. So yes folks, this is all possible and we hope you enjoy the new bits!
If you'd like to get the code for these demos, or if you're interested in getting the Visual Studio extension containing the templates I used for this session, I've blogged links to these resources here:
I'm not leaving Microsoft, I'm just switching teams. Cory will continue to host the show in his special Cory way, so stay tuned, as I know he has a lot of shows up his sleeve and some great ideas on how to make it better!
That's a great suggestion, Kinect Dev. I'll see what I can do about getting that up and running for you. I know my colleague Scott Klein (@sqlscott) was working on something related to P&M, so he may have something coming up in the SQL Server are of the Windows Azure content videos on Channel 9.
Andy - appreciate the feedback. We have some amazing developers here, not all of whom are as cozy as others on camera. C9 is about all of those amazing individuals no matter how graceful they may appear in the studio. Please try to remember we're just trying to deliver an honest view into these folks. If the joke about Scarlett was offensive, that wasn't intentional, it arose from a previous episode when we were discussing the Avengers, and then a later discussion with Cory and myself about sitting on hotels frequently without making friends with strangers who are also traveling. Bill Murray's character reminded us of trips we'd just taken, so we ran with it on the show. Apologies on all those fronts and hope you continue to give us more opportunities to deliver amazing demos by amazing developers, peppered with attempts at humor.
Rafaya-very good point. Started as a nervous habit, then became an inside joke. Sorry for being distracting. Mean no disrespect to viewers or guests, will stop. Feedback is valuable, appreciate the opportunity to make the show better.