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This week on Channel 9, Nikola and Vlad discuss the ...
This week on Channel 9, Nikola and Vlad discuss the week's top developer news, including;[00:46] Chinese President Xi Jinping tours Microsoft, sees potential of innovative new technology[02:31] The new Office is here [Kirk Koenigsbauer][03:32] Are you ready for a huge opportunity.. Develop and Host Office Add-ins [Lee Stott][04:51] Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10547 [Gabe Aul][05:22] HoloLens at Unite 2015 keynote, Ori and the Blind Forest – the Best Unity 2D Game Award[08:09] Satya Nadella announces $75 million investment in computer science education[08:48] Microsoft Cloud Roadshow[09:45] Announcing the AzureCon Challenge [Nicole Herskowitz][10:19] Powered by MVPs – Windows 10 IT Pro Readiness [11:09] What’s next for Windows 10 IoT Core [Steve Teixeira][12:44] Minecraft is coming to Oculus RiftPicks of the Week!Vlad's Pick of the Week:[13:46] Introducing Oculus Medium, Oculus Connect 2: Consumer Gear VR, Minecraft, and more!Nikola's Pick of the Week:[15:12] ORTC API is now available in Microsoft Edge [Shijun Sun, Hao Yan, Bernard Aboba]Please leave a comment or email us at email@example.com.Follow @CH9 Follow @metulev Follow @gduncan411 Follow @vladkol
Don't Panic! The 42nd episode is here with a special ...
Don't Panic! The 42nd episode is here with a special guest: Bjarne Stroustrup is joining us from cppcon to share more about his historical cppcon keynote this week. His focus is on how we can all write good C++14 code. Before watching the full keynote recording, get a sneak peek in this short interviewTimeline:[02:13] What is the keynote about?[02:47] How do we write modern C++ code?[03:46] Guideline support library and Static analysis[04:39] Call to action for the C++ community![05:34] Enhancing productivity by eliminating whole classes of bugs[06:01] Extending the C++ core guidelines[07:44] What do you expect from these static analysis checkers?[10:47] How can I get started?[14:47] Other talks about this at cppconLinks:Video for CppCon 2015 Keynote: Bjarne Stroustrup "Writing Good C++14"C++ Core Guidelines on githubGuidelines Support Library on githubisocpp.org announcement of C++ Core GuidelinesVisual C++ team at cppcon
Episode 187: Node.js support for Azure Mobile Apps with Chris Anderson | Microsoft Azure Cloud Cover Show
In this episode Haishi Bai and Elliott Miller are joined by Chris ...
In this episode Haishi Bai and Elliott Miller are joined by Chris Anderson from the Mobile Apps team. Chris shares with us about the newly released Node SDK for Azure Mobile Apps. The SDK allows you to build and run Node.js-based mobile backends. This gives you the full power of Node.js without sacrificing the turnkey experience the community has been enjoying. Moreover, with the integration with App Services, you can leverage features such as continuous integration and multiple deployment slots. Last but not least, the whole project is open source (please see the link to the GitHub repository below) to embrace feedbacks and contributions from the community.Links from the show:[02:02]-Chris's presentation[06:10]-Chris's demo[22:23]-Open source call-for-actionGitHub repositoryAnnouncement BlogFollow @CloudCoverShowFollow @chrisrisnerFollow @haishibai2010Follow @ewtsmFollow @AzureMobileFollow @crandycodes
In Windows 10, we've made it exceedingly easy to add ...
In Windows 10, we've made it exceedingly easy to add "Drag and Drop" functionality to your UWP application.As you're probably aware, "drag and drop" is by no means a new feature for Windows applications. For a very long time, the notion for the user to able to move objects within a single application, or between the application and the shell, or even between two completely different applications, has been a familiar and popular mechanism for users, especially when manipulating familiar objects like text or images.Now in Windows 10 we've not only brought this developer scenario to the XAML/C# platform; we've also made it exceedingly easy to implement.Today, Shen walked us through the details of a basic implementation. Here are some links to other resources on this scenario: Shen's blog on the topic of 'Drag and Drop in Universal Apps": http://www.shenchauhan.com/blog/2015/8/23/drag-and-drop-in-uwpShen's code sample: https://github.com/shenchauhan/blog/tree/master/DragAndDropQuestions?@larryalieberman@shenchauhan
Scott speaks with Matthew Snider about Azure Service Fabric. The ...
Scott speaks with Matthew Snider about Azure Service Fabric. The Service Fabric is the system that is underlying Windows Azure itself, and it's now being made available as a programming model for developers to create "Born in the Cloud" applications. How do apps live, work, and scale beyond just "VMs in the cloud" and "Web Apps in the cloud." In this conceptual talk, Matthew gives no-nonsense, no marketing answers to straight questions.
On this episode of the DEVIntersection Countdown show, Richard Campbell ...
On this episode of the DEVIntersection Countdown show, Richard Campbell talks with Simon Bourdages about SharePointIntersection – a co-located event that attendees get access to with their regular admission. Simon discusses the improvements coming to migrating SharePoint on-premise into SharePoint Online, and why you'd want to do it. Learn more about SharePoint at the intersection between all these important Microsoft technologies at DEVIntersection at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, October 26-29.Register Now!
Early look at Power BI updates and new customization options | Office Mechanics (formerly Garage Series)
On this week's show, we invite Michael Tejedor back to ...
On this week's show, we invite Michael Tejedor back to give us an update on Power BI. Michael explains the options for connecting Power BI to cloud and even on-premises data sources. We also share news for content packs allowing you to connect and gain insights into data from popular cloud services immediately. Finally, Michael demonstrates the new push APIs to allow Power BI to display data from IoT devices.This show was filmed at Microsoft Ignite
In this video Seth Moore describes another benefit of the ...
In this video Seth Moore describes another benefit of the Windows 10 Isolated User Mode: credential theft mitigation. He first describes the kinds of credentials that can be stolen and how a hacker gains access to them. He then describes how the Windows 10 Isolated User Mode prevents the typical techniques from ever working. It is truly a fascinating look at how the Windows kernel group is continuing to innovate in order to protect us from being compromised. The best part for me is how hesitant Seth was to declare victory when it comes to having a bullet-proof system: this kind of attitude shows the level of vigilance the operating system folks have when it comes to securing our computing environments.
Office Dev Show - Episode 12 - Office UI FabricIn this ...
Office Dev Show - Episode 12 - Office UI FabricIn this episode of the Office Dev Show, Humberto Lezama Guadarrama, Eric Thompson, and Peter Jahn discuss and showcase the new Office UI Fabric, a design and styling framework for Office development. The UI Fabric is a responsive, mobile-first, front-end framework for developers, designed to make it simple to quickly create web experiences using the Office Design Language. It's simple and familiar to get up and running with Office UI Fabric—whether you're creating a new app from scratch or adding new features to an existing one.Read the original blog post here.Get the Office UI Fabric here in our GitHub repo.Office UI Fabric documentation is here. Happy Coding!
Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute ...
Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team takes the show on the road! Rick and Corey are in San Francisco talking with a number of partners who offer services in Azure and other ecosystems. In this episode - Corey drops by the Mesosphere office and talks with Ben Hindman, Co-Creator of Apache Mesos and a Mesosphere Co-Founder.Don't forget - we're always looking for Suggestions and Questions here in the comments section OR via twitter #AzureTwC. You never know - you might make it to an upcoming episode and be a virtual star of the show - like THIS one!Post any questions, topic ideas or general conversation here in the comments OR online on via Twitter.Follow @CoreySandersWAFollow @RicksterCDN Follow @benh