Going DeepJan 14, 2009 at 11:39 AM52
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How has Windows evolved, as a general purpose operating system and at the lowest levels, in Windows 7? Who better to talk to than Technical Fellow and Windows Kernel guru Mark Russinovich? Here, Mark enlightens us on the new kernel constructs in Windows 7 (and, yeah, we do wander up into user mode,…
Join James Brundage, PowerShell Test Team SDE, as he introduces Variables, Types, and Operators.
Windows PowerShell is a Windows command-line shell designed for ease-of-use not only by system administrators but also for application and system developers. The shell includes an interactive…
Join Josh and Steve as they demonstrate how to use the new .NET4 BlockingCollection<T> class in class Producer/Consumer parallel computing scenarios.BlockingCollection<T> is one of many new thread-safe data-structures available with .NET4 and Visual Studio 2010.Learn more about the…
Join Danny Shih as he introduces the TaskCompletionSource<TResult> type. He’ll cover basic usage and walk through a full scenarioLearn more about the .NET Framework 4 and keep abreast of Parallel Computing tools and techniques via the
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Join Josh and Steve as they demonstrate how to use the new .NET4 Countdown event synchronization primitive in task coordination scenarios.Countdown and related constructs are new with .NET4 and Visual Studio 2010.Learn more about the
System.Collections.Concurrent namespace and keep abreast of…
The File Classification Infrastructure (FCI) is a new Windows Server technology included within the File Server Role. FCI is available with Windows Server 2008 R2.
FCI is used to:
1. Define file classification properties.
2. Define automatic classification policies, rules, and…
philpennNov 03, 2009 at 10:48 AM10
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Join Josh and Steve as they demonstrate how to use the new .NET4 Lazy<T> class in optimized object initialization scenarios.Lazy<T> is one of many new thread-safe data-structures available with .NET4 and Visual Studio 2010.Learn more about the
Host .NET applications using Windows Server 2008 R2 "Server Core"...!
There are several configuration options to consider when developing managed-code applications to run on a Server Core installation of Windows Server 2008 R2. Watch this demo and read more detailed information at the…
Windows Server 2008 R2 represents the latest evolution of the Windows Server operating system and corresponding support for high-end hardware systems with large numbers of microprocessors. Windows Server 2008
R2 is the first release of Windows to scale beyond 64 Logical Processors (LP) on a…
Windows Server 2008 R2 Server Core introduces support for subsets of the 2.0/3.0/3.5 .NET Framework in addition to a number of other new optional features and roles. These additions extend the role of Server Core system deployments
to not only enterprise network service hosting but also to…