Last Week on Channel 9: July 6th - July 12th, 2015


Extraordinary Robot
News Feed
17 of the many great posts, episodes and shows from last week.

Can you feel the excitement building yet? Just a couple more weeks!

How Microsoft IT uses OneNote to collaborate more effectively

A technical evangelist explains how he uses OneNote for collaboration with his teammates. OneNote provides a central location where the entire team can reference important information, track meetings and action items, and conduct reporting. ...

Intro to Development and Deploying Applications to Windows IoT Core on Raspberry Pi 2


The Raspberry Pi 2 is a low cost, credit-card sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV, and uses a standard keyboard and mouse. The Raspberry Pi 2 also supports running Windows 10 Core!

In this video we will go over deploying apps through Visual Studio and the web portal running on port 8080 of the Raspberry Pi2, In addition, we will look at code examples using XAML User Interface code in both C# and C++. ...

Introduction to UWP and device families

Windows 10 introduces the Universal Windows Platform, and with it a new way to partition the API surface. APIs are grouped into "device families", and that means you can support a huge range of devices with just one app. Even better, you can still light up the unique features of each of those devices with special adaptive code. For more information head to the Guide to Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps.

Data Analysis with Tableau and Spark on Azure HDInsight

In this week's episode of Data Exposed, Scott welcomes back Asad Khan, Principle PM on the HDInsight team. Today Asad shows us how easy it is to use 3rd party BI tools like Tableau to do data analysis for better insights into your data. This episode focuses on Tableau and we begin the episode by looking at Spark on HDInsight and the key differentiators it provides, including BI for visual exploration of your data. Asad then jumps into demo mode and shows us how easy it is to provision a Spark cluster. He then shows how easy it is to connect Tableau to the Spark cluster to start visualizing your data.

Azure Media Indexer automatically creates transcripts for your media - with Adarsh Solanki

Scott talks to Adarsh Solanki about an amazing Azure Media Services feature - Azure Media Indexer! Azure Media Indexer will automatically create standard-format transcript from your audio or video files! You can upload hours of video and have captioning created, then seek, search, and automatically jump to where someone said a word or term! Where did someone say Hololens in a BUILD keynote? Media Indexer has the answer.

IoT Journey - Advisor Meeting #1

We met with a set of community and internal Microsoft advisors to discuss what should be included in guidance for IoT.

Technology and Friends, Episode 358: Red Lanterns on Kinect and Python

At Purdue University's Hack the Anvil hackathon, the Red Lantern team created a system for controlling the color and intensity of electric lights, based on the context of emails and on gestures detected by the Microsoft Kinect. They wrote the core application in Python and integrated with C# code using the Kinect SDK. In this interview, the team describes how they built their project and they show it in action.

Documenting your APIs with Swagger featuring Richard Morris

Join your guide Cory Fowler as he talks to the product teams in Redmond as well as the web community.

This week, Byron Tardif hosts Web Camps TV while Cory is away. Byron talks to Richard Morris, a member of the open source community, who developed a framework called Swashbuckle which facilitates swagger in your ASP.NET Web API applications. ...

MVA Monthly: July 2015

Jerry Nixon and Matt Calder are back for this MVA Monthly edition and in today's episode they provide a quick recap of what happened in June and what we can expect in the month of July.

  • [1:51] Let's talk about the recently redesigned MVA site. What can visitors expect? ...

Installation and Introduction to Windows IoT Core on Raspberry Pi 2


The Raspberry Pi 2 is a low cost, credit-card sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV, and uses a standard keyboard and mouse. The Raspberry Pi 2 also supports running Windows 10 Core!

In this video we will walk through installing the Windows IoT Core image for Raspberry Pi 2 and introduce the tools which are included with Windows IoT Core for interacting and developing on your device. ...

Visual Studio Tools for Apache Cordova

In this episode, Robert is joined by Ryan Salva, who shows us what's new in the Visual Studio Tools for Apache Cordova. These enable developers to use their HTML, CSS and JavaScript (or TypeScript) skills to write and debug Windows, iOS and Android apps. Ryan focuses on the most recent additions to the tools, including changes to the project system and support for the latest in modern Web technologies.

Technology and Friends, Episode 356: Bill Fink on Kinect Photo Booth

Bill Fink shows off the Photo Booth application he built with a Microsoft Kinect. ...

ICTV029: Introducing Pablo

Introducing Pablo, the new Imagine Cup competition manager. He's got a ton of competition updates; Imagine Cup World Finals, Code Hunt, and Break into code. Excitement is building for the 2015 Imagine Cup World Finals, its right around the corner.

Tuesdays with Corey: DSC and ARM templates with Jeffrey Snover

Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Windows Azure IaaS team meets up AGAIN with the man, the myth, the legend - Jeffrey Snover and this time talks about DSC and ARM templates. ...

Azure Machine Learning with Corporate Vice President Joseph Sirosh

For this interview I had the privilege of talking to Joseph Sirosh, Corporate Vice President of Machine Learning at Microsoft. For those of you that know me this was a real treat given my strong interest in Machine Learning. It was great to see the passion that Microsoft has for this particular area, hear about how Azure Machine Learning works, as well as look to the future of this already amazing product. Here are some links to help you get started with Azure...

Episode 178: Azure API Apps with Panos Kefalidis

In this episode Chris Risner is joined by fellow Technical Evangelist, Panos Kefalidis. Panos joins us to talk about Azure App Service API Apps. First we quickly review what Azure App Service is and how it combines different complimentary pieces into a single uniform platform. Then we talk about API Apps and how they provide extended metadata for APIs (written in any language) to enable more easy consumption and distribution. One of the very powerful features of API Apps is it's Swagger metadata generation for creating client SDKs to talk to your APIs. Panos wraps up the show by creating a Logic App that consumes the API App he earlier created and deployed into Azure. ...

Defrag Tools: #132 - PATH

In this episode of Defrag Tools, Andrew Richards and Chad Beeder bring sense the to Windows Search Path (%PATH%). ...

Follow @CH9
Follow @gduncan411

Continue reading...

This website is not affiliated, owned, or endorsed by Microsoft Corporation. It is a member of the Microsoft Partner Program.