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||SPCtv Insights into the Future of Forms | SharePoint Conference 2014||Yes, its true. The future of forms is changing along with many of the solutions in our space. What has not changed is our need to land valuable business solutions. Join Sonya Koptyev (Office 365 team), Greg Lindhorst (Access Team) from Microsoft and MVP developer Corey Roth as they share a product group and developer perspective on this changing landscape. Get an overview of the new solutions and Microsoft's plans for the future. InfoPath will remain supported for ten more years but we have some new decisions to make when selecting and implementing forms. Most important the Microsoft product teams are listening to their customers. You can submit feature requests and vote on those submitted by others at OfficeForms.UserVoice.com. Learn more about these insights in conference session #SPC348 and visit Corey's blog. This segment was hosted by Karuana Gatimu of Microsoft IT||3/6/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Edge Show 93 - Chef deployments to Windows Azure | Edge||Learn how you can utilize Chef to deploy Windows Azure resources in this DevOps interview with Senior Technical Evangelist Ross Gardler from MS Open Tech. Ross spends most of the time demoing how to initially deploy a Linux Chef server on Windows Azure, configure the Chef server, and connect the Chef client to the server - all using Chef knife-azure commands. More specifically at [07:28], we cover: [09:25] What is Chef used for?[10:20] Why is Microsoft integrating Windows Azure with Chef?[11:27] Demo: Deploying a new Windows Azure VM which runs Chef [15:40] Is there a gallery virtual machine image image which contains a Chef server?[13:45] Default.rb file to configure the Chef server[19:30] Can you use this to utilize Git repos such as with Visual Studio Online projects?[19:50] Demo: Bootstrapping the chef client to connect up to the chef server[23:45] What are the options to scale this infrastructure out to multiple nodes and all report in to the Chef server?[25:35] What are the recommended resources to learn more?MS Open Tech BlogChef deployment information to Windows AzureSign up for a free trial of Windows Azure - http://aka.ms/aztrial News: New Windows Azure Stuff Web Sites: Backup and Restore SupportManagement: Co-admin limit increased from 10->200 usersMonitoring: Service Outage Notifications Integrated within Management PortalVirtual Machines: VM Agent and Background Information SupportNew MVA course – Azure IoTNew Windows Azure A8 & A9 InstancesSharePoint 2014 Conference announcementsOneDrive for Businessnew Office 365 developer tools and APIsthe first service pack for SharePoint 2013new Office 365 social experiencesConnect with the Edge Team: Follow @tnedgeFollow @dtzar Facebook - Email||3/6/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||SPCtv A talk with Microsoft IT on SharePoint, Adoption and Governance | SharePoint Conference 2014||Join Microsoft IT as they discuss a variety of issues regarding cloud migration, enterprise governance and publishing and the connection between great tagging and finding your content. This is the team accountable for the strategy and implementation of one of the world's largest SharePoint environments both on prem and now in the cloud. Leader Christian Wylde is joined by Sean Squires, Carrie Doring and Pam Green. Follow the Twitter tag #RealWorldIT to learn more. Segment hosted by Karuana Gatimu of Microsoft IT||3/6/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||IWP72 | Deploying Windows Phone apps for the Enterprise | Inside Windows Phone||This week we talked about publishing applications for Windows Phone for the Enterprise. There are a few different possibilities to start distributing your applications to your users. In the video we talked about three different possibilities: Through the store As a beta Private distribution Through the storeWhen distributing application through the store the process is exactly the same as apps for consumers. You build your app and submit it so Microsoft can certify the application. If you access corporate data you need to make sure Microsoft has access to a test account which they need to validate the application. Testing is the same as any other application and you need to fulfill all store policies. You can choose to publish the application hidden so it can only be installed when users have the deep link to the app. Best practice is to secure your corporate data with an login because when other people get access to the deeplink they can all install the application. Beta appsThe 2nd way is to distribute the application as a beta app in the store. You need to provide all live id of your users and send them the link to the store. The advantage of beta is they don't expire anymore. If you want to remove access to the application for your users you need to build in a mechanism yourself. You can't force the apps to be removed from the phone once the users have the app installed. The check if the user is allowed to the beta is only performed during install Private distributionThe last option is to side load applications. This can be done through an MDM solution like intune or you can sideload apps through email or website. Let's get into a little bit more detail how you can privately distribute your applications. First step is you need to create a developer account at http://dev.windowsphone.com/. You need to make sure you create a company account and not an individual developer account. Part of this process is Microsoft asks for some proof if you are really the company||3/5/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Browse the .NET Reference Source | Visual Studio Toolbox||In this episode, Robert is joined by Alok Shriram of the .NET Framework team and Kirill Osenkov of the Roslyn team. They show us the new experience for browsing the .NET Reference Source. You can browse through the .NET Framework source code online at http://referencesource.microsoft.com/. You can also download the source code as a solution and browse through it in Visual Studio. This gives you the ability to debug into .NET Framework code from your project code. For more information: http://referencesource.microsoft.com/.NET Framework blogRef12, a Visual Studio extension that changes the behavior of F12 to jump to the online browser for symbols that aren't in your solution but are part of the .NET Reference Source||3/5/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||The new Office: Identity, Activation and Data Access with a User-based Office | The Garage Series for Office 365||Watch while hosts Jeremy Chapman and Yoni Kirsh catch up with foremost security expert and Zero Day author Mark Russinovich; examine the best usage scenarios for the MSI-based Office Professional Plus 2013 and the Click-to-Run based Office 365 ProPlus install; while demonstrating identity, activation and data access with a user-based Office. For more information about identity management, activation and data access, check out the Office IT Pro blog at http://blogs.technet.com/b/office_resource_kit/archive/2013/03/20/the-new-office-garage-series-identity-activation-data-access.aspx. Catch up with previous episodes weekly here on Channel 9. Also stay current with latest show and blog Wednesday's on www.microsoft.com/garage or install the Windows Phone app.||3/4/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||SPCtv Building a Public Facing Site with O365 for Your Small Business | SharePoint Conference 2014||The public facing web site in an Office 365 has very limited functionality compared to a fill-fledged SharePoint publishing site, but there are a few things you can do to build out a successful site if you're a small business looking for a simple billboard site about your business. Join guest Becky Bertram from Saavy Technical Solutions as she discusses her own journey in configuring her public facing website with Office 365. Hosted by Karuana Gatimu from Microsoft IT||3/4/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||SPCtv SharePoint-Community.net Founders | SharePoint Conference 2014||During this session the SharePoint-Community.net founders will share the story of how their community grew from 0 to 5500 members in just under a year. They share the tips and tricks on how they managed to build this great community as well as share general community building tips. Their global, interactive site is home to all levels of SharePoint members who ask questions, learn about SharePoint and contribute to each other. Thanks to Brad Shannon (@bradshannon), Vlad Catrinescu (@vladcatrinescu), Jasjit Chopra (@jasjitchopra) and Wendy Neal (@SharePointWendy) Connect with them at @sharepointpart or SharePoint-Community.net Hosted by Karuana Gatimu of Microsoft IT||3/3/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Defrag Tools: #80 - App-V | Defrag Tools||In this episode of Defrag Tools, Chad Beeder is joined by Steve Thomas to talk about Application Virtualization (App-V) troubleshooting techniques. Resources:Windows Application VirtualizationSysinternals Process ExplorerSysinternals StringsSysinternals Process Monitor Timeline: [00:00] - What is App-V? What is it good for?[02:59] - What tools are useful for troubleshooting App-V?[05:40] - Narrow down the problem - did it happen during sequencing or virtualization?[06:35] - App-V uses a lot of advanced NTFS features[07:53] - Example of diagnosing an App-V problem - starting with Process Explorer[09:49] - De-virtualize the application using the App-V sequencer[12:20] - Use the Strings utility to find the error[13:54] - Use Process Monitor to track down what DLL is missing Email us your issues at firstname.lastname@example.org||3/3/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||How Do I: Build and Deploy My First Cloud Business App on Office 365? | Building Cloud Business Apps for Office 365 with Visual||In this video, we'll take a tour of the Cloud Business App project in Visual Studio 2013, by quickly modeling some data and creating screens using the designers. You'll see how you can get going fast building mobile-first, data-centric apps for Office 365 / SharePoint 2013. You'll then see how to make this app available to your users through your corporate app catalog. Download the latest Office Developer Tools for Visual Studio 2013. Watch more videos in this series. Read the docs and learn more on dev.office.com and the Visual Studio Team Blog.||3/3/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Ping 198: Plants vs Zombies, BBM and Photoshop Express for WP, Twitch on Xbox, The Garage and more Xbox | Ping!||Ping! Episode 198 has Mark and Rick bringing you the stories that 'softies are pinging each other about. [03:45] Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare [05:45] Nokia announced BBM and Photoshop Express for Windows Phone [08:48] Twitch app for broadcasting games on Xbox One [11:38] Check out "The Garage" [14:42] Play on and game faster with Xbox One update Chat with us throughout the week using #PingShow on Twitter @MarkDeFalco @RicksterCDN If you had access to the garage, what would be your project?||3/3/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Keynote: Connect. Reimagine. Transform. | SharePoint Conference 2014||Join Jeff Teper and the Microsoft SharePoint team for the opening keynote of SharePoint Conference 2014. The keynote will introduce the main themes of the conference and highlight new innovations across SharePoint, Yammer and Office 365.||3/2/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||TWC9: Visual Studio 2013 Update 2 news, Azure updates, .Net Reference Source and more | This Week On Channel 9||This week on Channel 9, Brian and Dan discuss the week's top developer news, including; [00:21] Visual Studio 2013 Update 2 CTP2, Team Foundation Server 2013 Update 2 RC and TypeScript 1.0 RC (Soma)[01:53] Announcing TypeScript 1.0RC (Jonathan Turner)[03:36] Azure: ExpressRoute Dedicated Networking, Web Site Backup Restore, Mobile Services .NET support, Hadoop 2.2, and more (Scott Guthrie)[05:18] Announcing new Web Features in Visual Studio 2013 Update 2 CTP2 (Xinyang Qiu)[07:52] A new look for .NET Reference Source (Alok Shriram), Channel 9 video[09:18] Looking at ASP.NET MVC 5.1 and Web API 2.1 - Part 4 - Web API Help Pages, BSON, and Global Error Handling (Jon Galloway)[11:13] Channel 9 Highlight: Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore and Nick Parker discuss Windows and Windows Phone (FULL)Picks of the Week! Dan's Pick of the Week:[12:50] Coding conventions: 9 areas where developers actually agree (Phil Johnson)Brian's Pick of the Week:[15:22] Increase the value of your dashboard with TFS 2013 Update 2 (Gordon Beeming) Production Note: There's no show next week... We'll see you next on the 14th (or so).||2/28/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Compiler Confidential | GoingNative 2013||Modern CPU and instruction set architecture improvements are critical to the performance of software, but it's the compiler that can make your code sing. Come learn how compiler optimizations are enabling the next generation of native code performance. This talk will go deep into the guts of the Visual C++ compiler optimizer, focusing on compiler optimizations from the point of a view of modern CPUs. Down to the metal we go!||12/12/13||Free||View In iTunes|
||Inheritance Is The Base Class of Evil | GoingNative 2013||Implementing non-intrusive runtime polymorphic objects with value-semantics, and multiple-undo in 20 minutes.||8/21/13||Free||View In iTunes|
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