This week on Channel 9, Brian and guest host Habib Heydarian discuss the week's top developer news including:
- [1:05] Happy Birthday Kinect!
- [3:31] Microsoft Media Platform: Player Framework v2.6 Released, SMF "How To" Documentation, new features & bug fixes.
- [4:21] Player Framework by Microsoft, Player Framework for HTML5 (Preview Release 2)
- [4:35] Introduction to HTML5 for ASP.NET Developers (Bipin Joshi )
- [4:46] HTML5 Offline Applications: ‘Donut Hole’ Caching (Craig Shoemaker)
- [7:05] Core HTML5 Canvas: Mind-blowing Apps in Your Browser (David Geary)
- [8:16] Web Essentials v2.0 (Mads Kristensen), Useful Visual Studio Extension - Web Essentials from Mads Kristensen (Scott Hanselman)
- [9:50] Moving Channel9.msdn.com to Windows Azure (Duncan Mackenzie)
- [13:10] Windows Azure Toolkit for Windows 8 , Deploying Windows Azure Toolkit For Windows 8 Notification Service to the Cloud (Steve Spencer)
- [14:48] Project: Windows Phone Icons (Austin Andrews) [Found via: 300 Free Windows Phone Icons (Abhishek Baxi)]
- [15:43] Announcing: Phone as a Remote Control (Peter Kuhn ["Mister Goodcat"]), Phone as a Remote Control on CodePlex, A 7-minute live demo of the remote controlling sample: http://vimeo.com/31553941, An introduction screencast to the library (38 minutes)
- [17:45] What's new in Visual Studio 11 (Jason Zander)
- [18:49] .NET 4.5: Conversation with the BCL Team - Improvements, Evolution and More (Charles Torre, Matt Ellis, Immo Landwerh, Weitao Su, Nicholas Blumhardt, Alok Shriram, Kevin Ransom, Brian Grunkemeyer, Greg Paperin and Daniel Plaisted)
- [20:35] Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview - Project Backward Compatibility (Round-Tripping) (Zain Naboulsi)
- [22:23] Summer Interns 2011: Parallel Watch Visualizers for Visual Studio 11 (Charles Torre, Solyanik, Wes Rupert and Stephen Grugett)
- [24:26] Working with Prism 4 Part 1: Getting Started (Brian Noyes)
- [25:39] Metro style for ILSpy (Joseph Cooney)
- [27:04] First Stable Build of NodeJs on Windows Released (Claudio Caldato)
- [28:32] How to Connect to and Diagram your SQL Express Database in Visual Studio LightSwitch (Beth Massi)
Picks of the Week!
Thanks again to Habib for guest hosting this week (and for bringing in the Roborazzi