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TWC9: Azure Durable Functions, Visual Studio Code 1.27, Azure Downtime, and more

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    Tom

    I miss the days when I could watch these from my iPad and speed them up.

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    christinaw

    @Tom: Sorry about that. I don’t know any way to speed up YouTube — there might be some extensions — but I put time codes in the description to try to point out where new stories start. 

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    Matt fischer

    I love TWC9 - following it from so long time.

    One small request @christinaw - Please focus more on .Net than java. Lately, may important things related to .Net were missed out - such as .Net framework 4.7.2 release in VS15.8, F#4.5, .NET Core SDK 2.1.400, VS updates, etc.

    BTW, you are awesome host, thanks for your time to read my comment.

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    christinaw

    @Matt fischer:thanks for the feedback! We covered 15.8 and F# 4.5 — but I’ll make a concentrated effort to make sure I highlight and emphasize the biggest .NET stuff too!

    My goal is to cover all the biggest news across Microsoft platforms, but I definitely don’t want to give .NET the short end of the stick.

    Thanks again for the feedback and I hope you’ll get a chance to see the .NET Conf next week!

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    OzBobWa

    @Tom @christinaw

    The Updated Youtube app on iOS has a speed option.

     

    1 Tap the triple-dot menu in the video's upper right corner.

    2 Choose the playback speed you want to set the speed to e.g. 2x

     

    On older iOS devices you have to open the YouTube site in Safari https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsMica-v34Irf9KVTh6xx-g/videos

     

    There is no Playback speed option in the iOS Ch9 App vid player control.  I can't find the UserVoice site to add a feature request, or the source on Github so I can contribute. Hint hint ... ;)

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    Chris

    Thanks for acknowledging the Azure outage. Last week was a rough week for us. Luckily all are services have been restored minus our build server that didn't make it.

    It's nice to have a major pain point acknowledge somewhere else beside the Azure status page.

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    christinaw

    @Chris: I’m sorry about your build server and I hope you’ve been able to recover everything as much as possible. 

    The VSTS team posted and postmortem and there’s a preliminary root cause anlaysis out now. I’ll cover it in this week’s episode. 

    Again, I know how much downtime sucks and we’ll continue to be as transparent as we can going forward!

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