@scyonx: As identity server isn't a Microsoft product I wouldn't presume to make a video on it.
Hey what about a good talk on how to play with OAuth and Identity ?
I spent several weeks figuring out how to do OAuth for my new job we did not want to use 3rd party Oauth servers and did not want to re-invent stuff. it seems like the Microsoft bits for this are lacking some key items and I had to use one of the parts from ID Server to make my implementation work.
the issue was getting the tokens issued as I recall.
it was a painful process as there seems to be very little documentation out there. most of what I saw was how to use some other auth server to store and issue. almost nothing on how to just configure the Microsoft bits to work. it was all on using Azure or Live ID or Google etc...
cable card support !!! take the windows media center stuff and port it to the xbox and then you can watch cable w/o having to rent a cable box from the cable company!!
sure the providers are starting to offer content on the xbox but only a few channels they pick. With a cable card we can get all the ones we want.
a cable card will cost about $3.00 to $5.00 US a month from the local cable company. an HD DVR box they rent you is about $16 to $20 US a month and they may also charge for the remote at $3 to $7 a month.
so the cable card costs you less and you get the same content, the xbox can be setup to do what the hd dvr does and it's yours.
well honestly several things are on my mind and seem related to this post:
1) microsoft seems to be trying to change how they share information with developers, i see some valid reasons but i also see problems with this shift. it's a double edged sword.
2) related to #1 is the issue of how the tech changes and how in recent history developers have been left with a feeling that Microsoft has tried to "jump" on a new trend at the cost of dropping another tech. or at least making the annoncments come across to many developers as a kind of "Slap in the face" as it were.
3) also realated to #1 but also to the larger picture is the list of things that microsoft has done amazing work on but yet this work has failed in many ways to get the public acceptance we would like to see. Also the way other companies have been able to benefit from Microsofts hard work.
just look around the many "Tablet Devices" from multiple companies that are hitting the market and have sold many many units.... a large part of the work to make them was done by Microsoft but not one of the popular devices today is making money for microsoft or running a Microsoft OS - as far as i know of.
Granted just around the corner we have WIndows 8 and Windows on Arm but my concern is that like the Windows Phone that this will be coming to the market too late to get the market share needed to attract companies to invest in developing for it.
I have as yet to see any real demand for windows phone apps in the real world. i do see demand for android and iOS apps.
and this is interesting as I also see MonoDroid and MonoTouch beeing used to make apps for these devices, again a case where Microsoft has done a HUGE amount of work but gets no fame, no money and no real advantage.
there is for sure a paradox of if you try to be "Open and Share" you might be giving stuff away.
but if you do not share then you can be accused of all kinds of Evil things ....
I do not have any simple answers .... but I do see a lot of things that concern me.