Today Microsoft released 20,000 lines of device driver code to the Linux Community. The code, which includes three Linux device drivers, has been submitted to the Linux kernel community for inclusion in the Linux tree.
Sam Ramji, Senior Director of Platform Strategy, and Tom Hanrahan, Director…
This week on Channel 9, Jeremy and guest host Kyle Gostinger, discuss the week's top developer news, including; [01:37] Visual Studio for Game Development: New Partnerships with Unity, Unreal Engine and Cocos2d [Soma][02:19] .NET Foundation Welcomes Executive Director Martin Woodward[03:19]…
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Jerry Nixon welcomes Chuck Lantz, a Sr. Program Manager from the Visual Studio client team to the show as they discuss how you can build Hybrid apps for iOS, Android and Windows devices using Visual Studio with Apache Cordova integration. Tune in for this highly informative session and learn how you…
OSCON today the Microsoft Eduation Labs group released a Windows Live services plug-in for the open source
Moodle e-learning platform.
Kosar Jaff joined me in the studio for a demonstration of Moodle and a look at how his group incorporated Windows Live services into the Moodle…
At Xamarin Evolve 2013, I caught up with Xamarin CTO Miguel de Icaza after his keynote. It's been a while since I last chatted with Miguel, so it was great to catch up. Clearly, he and team have been very busy pushing Mono forward and building Xamarin—a new technology that enables developers to…
The Humanitarian Toolbox is a collection of open source software that helps disaster relief workers organize and collaborate more effectively. Bill Wagner was recently on campus for an event and we asked him to stop by to tell us more about the projects in progress and the dozens of applications…
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Learn how to get started running a Puppet infrastructure on top of Microsoft Azure IaaS and understand the fundamentals of how Puppet works in this demo-heavy interview with Ross Gardler, Senior Technical Evangelist in Microsoft Open Tech. More specifically at [04:55], we cover: What is…
As you may have heard me say before, I love Tower Defense games. In fact, I've always wanted to build one or two but the main problem is that I'm better with ideas than programming. On the other hand, TD games are all very similar—creeps go in, creeps (try to) go out. Meanwhile you try your best to…
With the recent announcement that the .NET Core is open source, Dan sits down with Immo Landwerth and David Kean to discuss what open sourcing means, how .NET Core will support both Windows and Linux, how Mono fits into the open source efforts, and how community members can contribute to this…
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Led by Jeremy Foster (@codefoster), this Fireside Chat with members of CloudCoreo & Heroic.ly, discuss their business startups and the applications they used to adapt, evolve, and expand their business.