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||What's new in Edge 14||Join Helen Huang (an intern on the Web Platform Team) and Jonathan Sampson (a program manager on the Web Platform Team) for a quick tour of some highlights from Edge in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. EdgeHTML 14 is the latest release of the Edge rendering engine (EdgeHTML), which ships in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Want to learn more? Check out our blog post, Introducing EdgeHTML 14, for more details on everything covered here!||8/25/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Debugging Microsoft Edge Extensions||This video is really 3 One Dev Minutes wrapped up into 1. It covers how to use the F12 Developer Tools in Microsoft Edge to fix a buggy extension's: - background script - content script - extension page For more information, go to http://aka.ms/DebuggingExtensions.||8/25/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||PowerShell and Python Interoperability | PowerShell Open Source Project||PowerShell and Python Interoperability demo by Jeffrey Snover, Technical Fellow and Bruce Payette, Principal Software Engineer||8/25/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||How Does Focus Management Work?||The 'One Dev Question with Raymond Chen' video series is part of the One Dev Minute channel. In this series, longtime Microsoft developer and semi-official Windows historian Raymond Chen covers a series of questions about Microsoft Windows development, team culture, and/or history. If you have additional questions for Raymond, please add your questions in the comments section below. You can also find out more development details about Windows and its history on Raymond's blog.||8/24/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||The Maker Show: Azure IoT Starter Kits | The Maker Show||This lengthy episode contains a ton of good information about IoT in general, about Azure IoT and the services that it brings this category of computing, and finally about a number of starter kits designed and built for Azure IoT that you can use to get you building connected devices very quickly. I doubt you'll have any questions remaining on IoT or how to get started by the time you finish this video. You'll learn... what is IoTwhat does Azure offer you when you're working on an IoT projectwhich device should you start withwhat language should you choose getting startedwhat sort of projects should you do when you're first learning IoTwhere to find a bunch of starter project code on GitHubEnjoy!||8/23/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Linux Management with Operations Management Suite (OMS)||Managing your Linux servers across the public cloud and private cloud can be challenging and complex.In this session, you'll learn how Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS) integrates with your existing Linux or Windows-based management tools to provide a unified view across your entire environment.In this session you will learn how OMS customers: Search across billions of logs and metrics in secondsCentralize alerts from Nagios, Zabbix, and System CenterGain out of the box insights on their infrastructure and workloadsPerform security and configuration analysisSome useful links: OMS Agent for LinuxSign up for our Free Tier and start managing today at http://www.microsoft.com/OMS||8/22/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Delivering Products at Velocity | ChefConf 2016||Learn from Justin Arbuckle, Chef VP of Transformation, how to transform enterprise IT for speed, scale, and consistency. Justin discusses the culture and technologies essential for getting great products in the hands of customers—faster. He relays how, by measuring the velocity of product development from ideation to production, we can pinpoint and address the cultural roadblocks that are stalling progress. He also promotes an intriguing new approach to project estimation: target what can be developed in two weeks versus focusing on how long an entire project will take. Justin next elaborates on how Chef products—along with open source community contributions—can speed and support the DevOps process, providing automation and workflow tools to manage application code, infrastructure code, and compliance in any environment. Find a topic: [00:49] Disrupting the norm[04:43] Assessing velocity to drive change[08:32] Make no estimates[11:12] Chef Server[16:15] Chef Habitat[21:51] Chef Automate[25:22] Chef resourcesGet started: Master the DevOps FundamentalsVisit DevOps Dimension for the latest news on DevOps practicesCheck out our DevOps blog Take the next steps: Watch the ChefCon 2016 keynote with Chef's Justin Arbuckle and WestPac's CIO Dawie OlivierGo to Chef.io and Learn.Chef.io for more details on Chef offeringsVisit the Creative Commons Repo for DevOps Transformation PracticesRead Vasco Duarte's No Estimates: How to Measure Project Progress Without Estimating Grow your DevOps understanding and skills with Microsoft Virtual Academy DevOps coursesConnect on social: Follow @SethJuarezFollow @dromologue||8/22/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||What is Chef? Recipes, Cookbooks, and Community, Oh My! | ChefConf 2016||Nathen Harvey, VP of Community Development at Chef, tells us about Chef's three open source projects: Chef for infrastructure automation, Habitat for application automation, and Inspect for compliance control—as well as the importance of the active, caring, wickedly smart, and fast growing community of Chef engineers, contributors, and users. He also introduces their new Chef Automate, a framework that ties together Chef's open source offerings and manages workflow, infrastructure visibility, and compliance monitoring. Find a topic: [00:46] What is Chef?[02:35] Chef for infrastructure automation[09:35] Habitat for application automation[15:11] Inspect for compliance control[20:19] Chef Automate to tie it all together[23:21] Value of community[25:24] Becoming part of the Chef communityGet started: Master the DevOps FundamentalsVisit DevOps Dimension for the latest news on DevOps practicesCheck out our DevOps blog Take the next steps: Watch Nathen Harvey's keynote at ChefCon 2016Visit Chef.io and Learn.Chef.io for more details on Chef offeringsGrow your DevOps understanding and skills with Microsoft Virtual Academy DevOps coursesConnect on social: Follow @SethJuarezFollow @NathenHarvey||8/19/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Getting Started with Visual Studio - Installing Visual Studio extensions | Visual Studio Getting Started Series||Get started with Visual Studio by learning about additional extensions you can install, like the GitHub or Web Essentials extension. Download Visual Studio for free at http://www.visualstudio.com/community||8/18/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Flight Delays Prediction with Microsoft R||Are you interested in learning the latest Microsoft R products for Machine Learning and Advanced Analytics? Then you shouldn't miss this video! Join Katherine for a machine learning adventure to gain some hands-on experience of predicting flight delays. During this video, you will learn different Microsoft R products for scalable and high-performance analytics. You will walk through an essential workflow to build your data science puzzles with Microsoft R Server. Don't wait! Start your data science journey from here. Useful Information:• Download the demo material from Here.• Learn more about Microsoft R Server.• The Microsoft R - Product comparison.• Want to use R Tools for Visual Studio for you R development? Check this out.||8/14/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||SQL Server 2016: It's Just Faster | Data Exposed||This week's episode of Data Exposed welcomes back Bob Ward and newcomer Bob Dorr to the show. Bob Ward, Principle PM Architect in the SQL Server group, and Bob Dorr, Principle Software Engineer in the SQL Server group, stop by Data Exposed to talk about the great improvements in SQL Server 2016 to allow it to "just run faster" out of the box. A fantastic discussion in this video sheds light on the process the SQL engineering team went through, the different SQL Server internals they looked at, current hardware architecture, and other areas to see where they could improve the design, fix and upgraded things, and also take advantage of newer hardware to significantly improve the native performance of SQL Server 2016. They provide several examples of things the SQL team looked at and changes they made to significantly improve SQL Server 2016. Great discussion with Bob Ward and Bob Door that truly highlights the deep and tremendous work over the last couple of years and how it has also prepared the SQL team for future versions of SQL Server. Great insight! You can find a whole series of "It Just Runs Faster" blogs by both Bob's here: http://aka.ms/bobsql Find information on SQL Server 2016 at: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/cloud-platform/sql-server||8/9/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||You Have Too Much Time | That Conference 2016||In today's social exchanges, "not having enough time" is a traditional excuse nearly everyone uses. I contend that, in fact, you have too much time, and it's keeping you from changing the world. In the same way that too many choices forces indecision, having too much time brings its own share of challenges. This talk will address ways you can identify what your real priorities are (vs. what you tell yourself), show you how much of your days are truly wasted, and help you to stop feeling so overwhelmed.||8/3/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Deep Dive into ASP.NET Core | Visual Studio Live! Redmond 2016||In this talk we will dive deep into the guts of ASP.NET Core. We'll look at how the HTTP request pipeline is constructed and how HTTP features are exposed. We'll look at how ASP.NET Core hosting works and what best practices are for deploying and monitoring your application. We'll look at the guts of MVC and how it interacts with the core routing infrastructure. You will learn: About the ASP.NET Core HTTP pipelineAbout ASP.NET Core hosting best practicesAbout ASP.NET Core MVC and its relationship to routing||7/22/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Build Real-Time Websites and Apps with SignalR | Visual Studio Live! Redmond 2016||If you've ever wanted to build a highly responsive app that leverages a real-time communications library, then SignalR is for you! Real-time Web functionality is the ability to have the server push messaging aggressively to the client, rather than relying on the client to make multiple and frequent requests. SignalR is a set of ASP.NET server and client libraries that you can use to build real time, scalable, Web sites and apps. You can use SignalR in both enterprise and consumer apps, and across platforms. This session covers what you need to know to build a SignalR app that connects multiple clients instantaneously. You will learn: To use the SignalR librariesAbout polling and real-time development techniquesAbout cross platform client connectivity||7/21/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||The Future of Visual Studio “15” | Visual Studio Live! Redmond 2016||Visual Studio 2015 was a feature packed release with additional updates adding tons of value. But time waits for no one and the Visual Studio team knows it. Come to hear about the future of Visual Studio. This session will illustrate how Visual Studio is evolving for its next big release. Mark will even provide some insight into how the team uses your feedback to continuously improve Visual Studio. You will learn: About the new streamlined installerNew features in actionHow the team listens to your feedback to make the product better||7/21/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Keynote: Zero to DevOps with VSTS | Visual Studio Live! Redmond 2016||DevOps is about people, process and products. Getting it all right requires effort but the benefits to your organization and customers can be huge. Microsoft has a fantastic set of products that can adapt to any language on any platform. In this demo-heavy keynote, Donovan Brown will show you how to go from "zero to DevOps" like a pro. Starting from just a blank desktop, he will create a new team project and a complete pipeline. He will also deploy an ASP.NET MVC application into Azure all live and hands on.||7/21/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Go Mobile with C#, Visual Studio, and Xamarin | Visual Studio Live! Redmond 2016||Xamarin helps C# developers become native iOS, Android, and Windows mobile app developers overnight. In this session, you'll learn how to leverage your existing .NET and C# skills to create iOS and Android mobile apps in Visual Studio with Xamarin. Besides letting you write your iOS and Android apps in C#, Xamarin lets you reuse existing .NET libraries and share your business logic across iOS, Android, and Windows apps. This session will also give you the tools to determine how much existing C# code can go mobile to iOS and Android, plus help you determine the architecture necessary to support maximum code sharing and reuse. You'll also receive some guidance and best practices for handling fragmentation across and within each device platform. This session will cover the Xamarin platform and how to create native iOS, Android, and Windows apps in C#. Moreover, it will really focus on the code with several live coding adventures throughout the entire session. When you leave, you'll have the knowledge to create your first iOS & Android in C# with Xamarin in Visual Studio. You will learn: How to apply C# and Visual Studio skills for mobile developmentAbout assessment tools for determining how much existing C# code can be mobilizedAbout architectural best practices||7/21/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
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