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Watch Now. Develop Wow. Visual Studio Launch and Channel 9 Live!

Join us live from the Visual Studio launch event in Seattle beginning on September 12 at 9:30AM PDT. Keynotes will cover modern app development for the web, cloud, Windows 8 and more. A panel discussion moderated by Forrester's Jeffrey Hammond will discuss the changing IT landscape and how enterprises are responding followed by Channel 9 Live on the air with interviews featuring Soma, Jason Zander, Brian Harry, and other special guests. Watch it live here, and be sure to tweet your questions to #Ch9Live.

Schedule (All times are PDT (UTC-7))

    Start    EndTopicHostGuest

12:45 PM

1:15 PM

Interview with Soma

Charles Torre

Soma Somasegar

1:15 PM

1:45 PM

Interview with Jason Zander

Brian Keller

Jason Zander

1:45 PM

2:15 PM

Interview with Brian Harry

Brian Keller

Brian Harry

2:15 PM

3:00 PM

Mads Torgersen: C#, VB.NET, F#

Charles Torre

Mads Torgersen

3:00 PM

3:30 PM

Jerry Higgins: C++/C++ AMP/PPL

Charles Torre

Jerry Higgins

3:30 PM

4:00 PM

Tim Heuer:  Modern App Development

Charles Torre

Tim Heuer

4:00 PM

4:30 PM

Tracey Trewin: VS Ultimate,   Architecture, Intellitrace, DevOps, Unit Testing, Code Clone

Brian Keller

Tracey Trewin

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  • trapplayertrapplayer A lifetime of learning ...

    Let's ROLL !!!

  • Joshua RossJoshRoss Drinking Ovaltine since 2004

    Isn't it a little late for a launch event? It's been available for a while now. By the time September 12th rolls around, MVC 5 or 6 will probably be released.

    -Josh

  • Doctor WhoDoctor Who Picture is of Tom Baker, who played the Doctor, from 1974 to 1980.

    Does it start on the 12th, or is it all on the 12th?

  • CharlesCharles Welcome Change

    @Doctor Who: It's a one day affair. VS 2012 general availability, however, will only just be beginning Smiley

    C

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  • HarlequinHarlequin http:/​/​twitter.​com/True​Harlequin

    , kachchhu wrote

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  • Joshua RossJoshRoss Drinking Ovaltine since 2004

    @Harlequin: It's Pine time!

  • I'll be there, in the flesh, taking notes furiously and wondering if the valet could figure out how to park a motorcycle o.0

  • I love channel9. Cool

  • CharlesCharles Welcome Change

    Great that the launch of VS happened on Programmers Day! Smiley

    C

  • sandeep sachansandeep sachan

    Zoooom zooooom

  • I hope this will be available as a video podcast also ?

  • Harry KeckHarry Keck

    I am steaming mad at Microsoft over the Visual Studio 2012 launch conference. It was a complete waste of 3 hours for me and my entire development team to attend. The tag line for the conference states that we would “learn how Visual Studio 2012 will help you rise to the challenge of modern app development.” I expected this to be full of useful tips for how to get the most out of the tool, or what kinds of differences I should expect from 2010, but instead I got to listen to a group of managers yammer on for 2.5 hours about nothing. They only spent 30 minutes actually showing the product. All they had to do was put a developer on screen and let me watch him use VS for 3 hours, and I would have been happy. I have spent enough time with VS 2012 to find that I do not like it, and I was hoping this event would help demonstrate to me all of the hot features I am missing that will make me fall in love with the product, but after this conference, I am even more resentful of the whole thing, since Microsoft completely wasted my time. Whoever was in charge of this event should be severely demoted or fired.

  • @Harry Keck: Go to http://visualstudiolaunchstaging.social27.com/vs2012vle/agenda and you can find there a ton of VS technical presentations from the launch event. Keynotes usually don't have much technical information - they are not only for developers but for broader auditory

  • @Harry Keck

     

    I bet you weren't even there and you are just an angry little man. How's that? Tool.

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