@bcwdesign: Go to https://channel9.MSDN.com
@Abubaker:@Abubaker:@Mendez: You have just under two hours yet until the stream starts... When it starts you'll be able to view it via https://channel9.MSDN.com.
If you go there now, https://channel9.MSDN.com, you'll see the count down clock...
@iamregisteredtoo: Yes. Plus the Day One sessions should be available for On-Demand viewing 24-48 hours after they are aired.
@devlife3: Make sure you're in edit mode and you are dragging the file onto the group name
For the live stream, please go to https://channel9.msdn.com/.
The event does not start yet for another 2 hours, but there's a count down now on https://channel9.msdn.com/
@Ridley: The event starts in just over 2 hours, 15 minutes from now, so the live stream should start in about 2 hours.
@NirajKapadia: Live page will not be available until the event goes live on Dec 1st...
@TigranTIKSN: Visual Studio Community edition is functionally equal to Visual Studio Professional edition. Fakes is currently only supported in Ultimate.
To compare the features, please see http://www.visualstudio.com/products/compare-visual-studio-products-vs
Reporting the video issue now...
@Pat: Thanks. Fixed.
@Joe: While the title was as I intended, added a "the." That the error you meant?
@ALCoder: No. Feature wise, VS 2013 Community is generally equivalent to VS 2013 Professional (aka "Pro"). CodeLens is only available in Ultimate.
To compare the editions, check out http://www.visualstudio.com/products/compare-visual-studio-products-vs