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||Azure Analysis Services with Azure SQL DB and Data Warehouse | Azure Friday||Josh Caplan, a Sr. Program Manager from the Azure Analysis Services team, joins Scott Hanselman to show how you can get started using Azure Analysis Services with Azure SQL DB and Data Warehouse. It includes how to build your first data model and how to use Analysis Services to benefit your users. Follow @SHanselman Follow @JoshCaplan1984 Follow @JoshCaplan1984||7/20/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||LinkedIn app for Windows 10, Albums, and more | This Week On Windows||This Week on Windows LinkedIn joins the Windows 10 app family, The Windows Store is helping you beat the summer doldrums with some apps for students, and we're giving you tips and tricks to organize and share your summer memories. Topics covered in this week's episode include: New LinkedIn app for Windows 10Did you know: Using albums to organize your photosWindows Store: Study and play collection||7/20/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Design Patterns: Template Method | Visual Studio Toolbox||This is the third of an eight part series where Robert is joined by Phil Japikse to discuss design patterns. A design pattern is a best practice you can use in your code to solve a common problem. In this episode, Phil demonstrates the Template Method pattern. This pattern defines the program skeleton of an algorithm in an operation, deferring some steps to subclasses. Episodes in this series: Command/Memento patternsStrategy patternTemplate Method pattern (this episode)Observer/Publish-Subscribe patterns (to be published 7/25)Singleton patternÂ (to be published 8/8)Factory patternsÂ (to be published 8/10)Adapter/Facade patternsÂ (to be published 8/15)Decorator patternÂ (to be published 8/17)Resources Sample codeDesign Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software bookHead First Design Patterns book||7/20/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||DEVintersection Countdown Show on the Harnessing the Power of Roslyn with Kasey Uhlenhuth | The DEVintersection Countdown Show||Kasey Uhlenhuth and Richard Campbell talk the amazing power of Roslyn to use C# in unique ways, including as a tool to enforce coding standards inside your application. Kasey talks about joining Microsoft as the multi-year project to rewrite C# - code-named Roslyn – was finishing up and going open-source. Since then, there has been an explosion of opportunity for ways to work with C#. Kasey uses the compiler-as-a-service aspect of C# to create sophisticated coding standard rules that can throw warnings or even block builds when violated. You can see Kasey talk about Roslyn and more at DEVintersection, Oct 31-Nov 2 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Go to www.devintersection.com to register – sign up for a workshop package and you can go home with an XBOX One S or a VR headset!||7/20/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||AI in the Open World | Microsoft Research||Fielding AI solutions in the open world requires systems to grapple with incompleteness and uncertainty. This session will address several promising areas of research in open world AI, including enhancing robustness via leveraging algorithmic portfolios, learning from experiences in rich simulation environments, harnessing approaches to transfer learning, and learning and personalization from small training sets. In addition, this session will cover mechanisms for engaging people to identify and address uncertainties, failures, and blindspots in AI systems.||7/19/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Sharing MSBuild Tasks as NuGet Packages with Nate McMaster | Code Conversations||Nate McMaster shows how to publish an MSBuild task as a NuGet package, allowing you to share it and reuse it in your own projects. The code for this episode is available here: https://github.com/CodeConversations/MSBuild-Features-With-Nate-McMaster/tree/master/Video-2||7/18/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Design Patterns: Strategy | Visual Studio Toolbox||This is the second of an eight part series where Robert is joined by Phil Japikse to discuss design patterns. A design pattern is a best practice you can use in your code to solve a common problem. In this episode, Phil demonstrates the Strategy pattern. This pattern enables an algorithm's behavior to be selected at runtime. Episodes in this series: Command/Memento patternsStrategy pattern (this episode)Template Method pattern (to be published 7/20)Observer/Publish-Subscribe patterns (to be published 7/25)Singleton pattern (to be published 8/8)Factory patterns (to be published 8/10)Adapter/Facade patterns (to be published 8/15)Decorator pattern (to be published 8/17)Resources Sample codeDesign Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software bookHead First Design Patterns book||7/18/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||DEVintersection Countdown Show on the Evolution of the Cloud with Scott Guthrie | The DEVintersection Countdown Show||Microsoft Executive Vice President Scott Guthrie and Richard Campbell sit down to talk about Scott’s upcoming keynote at DEVintersection in Las Vegas this fall. Scott talks about helping developers be more productive with a wide diversity of services and infrastructure on Microsoft Azure. Where it once took weeks to provision a new website with hardware, operating system and other software, today on Azure it takes only minutes. What comes next? See Scott’s keynote in person at DEVintersection, Oct 31-Nov 2 in Las Vegas. Register today at www.devintersection.com for a workshop package and you’ll go home with your choice of an XBOX One S or a VR headset!||7/17/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Compiling LESS in Visual Studio with Mads Kristensen | Code Conversations||Mads Kristensen shows off LessCompiler, an open source Visual Studio extension he built that makes it easy to compile LESS to CSS. He shows off some cool tips in the Visual Studio extension code that optimally loads and shells out to Node and npm packages. Code for this episode is here: https://github.com/madskristensen/lesscompiler||7/6/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Keynote: Accelerating AI Development | PyData Seattle 2017||In Day 2 of PyData Seattle Joseph Sirosh, CVP of Data, kicks off the day with his keynote highlighting the past, present and future of AI Development.||7/5/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Data Science in Production | PyData Seattle 2017||Katrina Rieh kicks off PyData in Seattle with her keynote about her experience with Python and Data Science in production. Katrina is a Senior Manager for the Global Data Science team at HomeAway.com. Over the last decade, Katrina has worked extensively in the fields of scientific computing, machine learning, data mining, and visualization. Katrina received her PhD in Computer Science with a concentration in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Texas at Dallas.||7/5/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Introduction to SignalR Core with Mikael Mengistu | Code Conversations||Joins us as Mikael Mengistu gives us a quick overview of SignalR Core. To start exploring SignalR Core please checkout our repo.||6/29/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Channel 9 Live interview with David Fowler and Damian Edwards | NDC Oslo 2017||Channel 9 Live interview at NDC Oslo 2017 with David Fowler and Damian Edwards. Tune in to find out more.||6/13/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Talk: ASP.NET Core Futures Roadmap | NDC Oslo 2017||ASP.NET Core architect, David Fowler, supported by .NET Program Manager, Jon Galloway, will talk through their current thinking for the future of ASP.NET Core, beyond 2.0. Topics include the potential features of Kestrel, SignalR, and MVC as ASP.NET Core evolves beyond its current HTTP-only focus.||6/13/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||APIs for Angular Apps with Azure Functions | DEVintersection 2017 Orlando||APIs for Angular Apps with Azure Functions||5/7/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
Great content but broken on iPhone
The content here is great. You can get a lot of various channel 9 shows but it's so irritating!! The podcast has lots of dead air at the end of each episode. Seems like double the time of each episode. Also if you pause the episode for any reason it rewinds to a random point in time. Also it stops other podcasts in the playlist from playing without manually moving to the next podcast. I really like this podcast but I've unsubscribed multiple times because of these problems. Please fix these if at all possible.