@ezuend: demo slides will be available a few days after the live event, it's dependent on the speaker disclosing the PPTX deck.
@jamiet: You can rewatch the live stream on the homepage of http://channel9.msdn.com. And the on-demand version will be up in a few hours, where you can download the video file.
@msoliman: go to http://channel9.msdn.com
@doc04:the live event will begin December 1st at 9am PST on the channel 9 homepage, tune in then.
hey everyone if you go to channel9.msdn.com homepage you'll see the stream.
@vishipayyallore:It will be up shortly. For our live events it's usually 24 hours after the event.
@SebW:It will be up shortly. For our live events it's usually 24 hours after the event.
@ChristopherGunn:@Sonja: It will be up shortly. For our live events it's usually 24 hours after the event.
@arnauld dumez:Hey! If you click on the gear button on the web player you can see options to turn on/off closed captioning and choose from 14 languages :)
@Goldy Manikoth: a good place to find this type of information is here:http://dev.windows.com/en-us/featured/Windows-Developer-Program-for-IoT
Upcoming events are posted there as well.
Ok I caught it. Looks like the guests mic is hitting his skin. Nothing I can fix there, sorry about that!
@MicKr:@JohnLudlow:Hey all, what's wrong with the audio? Is there a specific part where the audio is going bad or is it the entire talk? I have the original files so I can take a look to see what's wrong, but currently I don't hear anything.