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TWC9: Coded UI Test, TFS Power Tools, Sudoku Webcam Solver

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This week on Channel 9, Dan and Brian discuss the week's top developer news, including:

Picks of the week!


* = Enemy of the show

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  • Okay here comes some criticism Wink

    You should remember that your show is called "This week on channel 9" and not "found some dev-stuff somewhere on the web". You don't cover what happend on channel 9 any more, that's really sad. So i have to browse all the new videos and see what's interessting or not.

    Dan your pick of the week is really cool! MSR rocks!
    Watch this video:

    Brian you should do a "This week on Visual Studio" show and don't bother most of us with boring TFS stories over and over again. SORRY!

  • Allan LindqvistaL_ Kinect ftw

    we really really really need a [pile of] KinectFusion videos on c9.... Smiley might be a good tie in to the c++ videos (just assuming thats what they use)

  • Dan FernandezDan

    @Rodney McKay: Our show has always strived to be the pulse of what's going on for Microsoft developers, including product announcements, community content and Channel 9 videos. You can even look at the first sentence of our first show (before we had a show name), to see our intent.

    This is Episode #1 of <insert.name.here>, a weekly recap show of our favorite things for developers including Channel9 videos, samples, bloggers, news, and much more

    I don't think we've strayed from our path as both this show and the first show featured CodeProject, MSDN, cool uses of C++ (Quake & Sudoko), and of course cool hardware (.NET Micro Fx & Kinect).  If there are specific things you think we missed this episode, let us know, but the show hasn't really changed since its inception.

    As for KinectFusion, it's awesome Smiley 


  • KinectFusion is the most impressive use of the Kinect I've seen since MappInect http://kinecthacks.net/mappinect-alpha-released-mappinect-builder-on-the-road/

  • @Dan: Thanks for your reply. Maybe i'm wrong!

  • Nick HodgeNickHodge​MSFT Professional Geek

    Teapots & 3D

    The Teapot as the basis of "hello world" in 3D comes from the Utah Teapot:


    I met Martin Newell (when we were at Adobe) and talked about Australia. I was like a total fanboy in his presence!

  • felix9felix9 the cat that walked by itself

    there is still background noise in the beginning, it disappeared after a big pop noise, then the noise comes back around 12:30, after another big pop noise. what the heck ?


  • Dan FernandezDan

    @felix9: That's me plugging the sound in and out of my PC to play the intro/outro song. We're working on a way to auto-add those videos, but that's why, sorry:(

  • Dan FernandezDan

    @NickHodgeMSFT: Great link, I feel smarter already!

  • felix9felix9 the cat that walked by itself

    @Dan: Ha, maybe the fidelity of my cheap headset is too high  Tongue Out

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