Episode 3 of Boys without Foys coming right up! Adam and Paul share their insights on what is being chatted about on Microsoft's campus.This week's stories include:IIS ExpressIE Reversing the Trend
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Check out what we have in store for Boys without Foys Episode 4! Adam and Paul share their insights on what is being chatted about on Microsoft's campus.Here's what we're talking about!IIS Versions --
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There comes a time only maybe once in our lives where a true hero for the web developer emerges. They are daring problem solvers but may be a little rough around the edges, drive fast cars from the 80’s, drink a bit too much and sometimes are misunderstood.
Well the time has come and a new hero…
Join your guides Cory Fowler and Jaffe Worley as they talk to the product teams in Redmond as well as the web community. In this episode Cory is joined by David Ebbo from the Windows Azure Web Sites team. David introduces Windows Azure Web Sites Site Extensions which add additional functionality to…
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In this episode of Defrag Tools, Andrew Richards and Chad Beeder look in to Microsoft Symbol Proxy (SymProxy). SymProxy is used to cache symbols (positive and negative) from one or more upstream symbols servers. We cover the installation into IIS, and the monitoring via Performance Monitor and Event…
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.
This week we cover:
1. MSDN Code Gallery went Live (found on
Greg Duncan's Cool Thing of the Day blog)
This was the first time I had ever met
Scott Guthrie in person.
Like many devs working with MS dev tools, I was quite familiar with the guy - just about everything he says is useful. I used to code by his posts, articles, and interviews.
Meeting him was weird.
For one thing, he's way…
Many web sites and web services use HTTPS for transport layer security. As a developer, I find myself setting up dev environments with https every few months or so. This entails creating self-signed certificates. IIS7 provides an easy way to do this,
but there are issues. In this screencast, I…
Welcome to Episode #1. In this episode watch Cannon PI, and his sidekick "Jim" as they help two developers get their web developer platform setup and ready to go with the applications they need using the Web Platform Installer.
PS: There is a reference to "The Wizard of OZ" in…
The IIS WebDAV extension module incorporates new features that enable web authors to publish content easier than before, and offers web administrators more security and deployment options.
Windows Server 2008 R2 incorporates the WebDAV extension module feature. All you have to do is to enable…