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This week on Channel 9, Dan and Brian discuss the week's top developer news, including:
- [1:33] Channel9/Coding 4 Fun On Discovery’s Inside West Coast Customs! (Brian Peek, Clint Rutkas, Dan Fernandez, Jeff Sandquist)
- [2:43] Bring single sign-on and SkyDrive to your Windows 8 apps with the Live SDK (Windows 8 app developer blog)
- [3:38] For Developers: Microsoft Advertising SDK for Windows 8 Metro App (Ian Ferreira
- [4:34] Windows 8: Why push from Azure? (Jerry Nixon)
- [6:10] Windows Azure Toolkit for Windows 8
- [6:59] A Few Additional Options Inside the Windows Simulator in VS11 Beta (Michael Crump)
- [7:53] Channel 9 Highlight: Visual Studio Toolbox: Simplification of the Visual Studio 11 Development Environment (Robert Green, Sam Zaiss and Dan Dole)
- [8:54] Optimizing the .NET Framework Deployment Experience for Users and Developer (Brandon Bray)
- [9:59] Reactive Extensions v2.0 Beta available now!, Bart De Smet: Inside Rx 2.0 Beta, Rx v2.0 Beta (Bart De Smet, Charles Torre)
- [11:01] Part 1: Creating the Portable Library (this post), Part 2: Portability in Silverlight and WPF: a Tale of Type Forwarders, Part 3: Portability in Metro: A CLR and WinRT Love Affair (this post) (Jeremy Likness)
- [12:23] Techdays 2012 the Netherlands: MVVM Applied From Silverlight to Windows Phone to Windows 8 (Laurent Bugnion)
- [14:08] Updated PowerShell Scripts to Manage Symbol Server and Source Server Settings (John Robbins)
Picks of the Week!
- Brian's Pick of the Week [15:47] Presenting the History of Everything [via ChronoZoom] (Microsoft Research Connections Team), ChronoZoom
- Dan's Pick of the Week [17:07] Light Trikes at South by SouthWest (Laura Foy, Golnaz Alibeigi)
Post Production Note: To head off the comments... After finishing the show Brian went and double checked his reference to screenshots in the Windows Phone 7 emulator . I think his statement was, "Doh!" The WP7 emulator does indeed have a built in screenshot capability already.
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