In this first show, we briefly talk about what to expect from this series and then dive right in to show you how to set up your machine so that you can follow along with the rest of the videos in this series.
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Daniel Egan (@DanielEgan) has been a .NET guy for a long time, but he's taking himself through a migration - a migration to the open source MEAN stack. Just like when you learn a new spoken language, learning a new programming language or framework doesn't mean you need to let go of the stuff you…
I built my own MIX'07 video player last night and recorded a 15 minute screencast to give you an idea of what's possible with all the new releases that came out last week.
See the blog post at
In this series Roger Doherty and Zach Skyles Owens will be exploring the SQL Server Express product and its role in the Microsoft data platform. Many people don’t realize that:
SQL Server Express is built on the exact same codebase as SQL Server Enterprise
It’s ready to use in production It…
Chad Royal from the Cider team walks through building and debugging a simple "Hello World" Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) application using the Cider designer.
Note: You must update the WPF Project templates to get Visual Studio Orcas Express to work correctly. This update…
The Microsoft Development Center in Copenhagen (MDCC) recently held it's second TechFest. Each year (this is year two of TechcFest) the good folks at MDCC
put on a show where local (Denmark and other northern European countries) innovators show off their wares. I was lucky enough to spend…
This Week on Channel 9, Brian and Dan cover:
- Visual C++ 2008
Feature Pack Released:
- Reduce download times with OptiPNG
and libJPEG, via
Omar Al Zabir
- Learning Microsoft Expression via
Allan Da Costa Pinto
- SMS Officer via
Outlook Team Blog
- Evangelism Network Sidebar…
Office 2007 introduced a new XML-based file format for Office. With LINQ to XML, Microsoft offers the ability to use language-based query against XML documents. When you combine these two technologies, you have the ability to search and manipulate
Office documents in a completely new way.
Summary: Visual Studio, even the express editions like Visual Studio Express for Windows 8, can be daunting to those who have never worked with the tools. Fortunately, you only need to learn perhaps 10% of the functionality for the most common and important tasks: managing projects, editing source…