Last Week on Channel 9: September 28th - October 4th, 2015

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    Now that was a week! Not only are 27 (Yeah, 27) select shows, posts and episodes highlighted below we had four other important milestones that week.

    AzureCon 2015

    A one day virtual event all abut Azure, with a great deal of announcements

    Windows 10 development for absolute beginners

    Bob Tabor is back with a new absolute beginners series

    The last Ping! Ping 254 (Grand FINALE): Secret ninja cat invites, Bruce Wayne's Batcave, China's president at Microsoft

    We said goodbye to one of our longer running shows... :(

    TWC9: The New TWC9, Same as the Old TWC9, Welcome to the v2!

    Yet we said hello to a shiny new This Week on Channel 9!

    TWC9: The New TWC9, Same as the Old TWC9, Welcome to the v2!

    This week on Channel 9, Mark DeFalco and Nikola discuss the week's top developer news, including;

    • [00:20] The New TWC9, Same as the old TWC9...
    AI Part 3 - Entity Framework and Unit Tests

    Part 1 - Database Projects

    Part 2 - Deploying to SQL Azure

    Part 3 - This one

    Episode 188: IoT Hub with Elio Damaggio and Olivier Bloch

    In this episode Mat Velloso is joined by Elio Damaggio and Oliver Bloch from Azure IoT. Elio and Oliver give us an introduction of the new IoT Hub service, and show us how to write both management code and on-device code leveraging the IoT Hub SDK...

    Microsoft Cloud Roadshow - Los Angeles

    The Microsoft Cloud Roadshow is coming to Los Angeles January 26-27, 2016. Space is limited, so register today!

    The Microsoft Cloud Roadshow is a free, two-day technical training event for IT Professionals and Developers that provides best practices and insight directly from the experts who build and run the cloud services across Office 365, Microsoft Azure and Windows 10. ...

    An Introduction to the new TFS/VSO Build System

    Build services are foundational to a good DevOps strategy. TFS has had a scalable build capability since the product launched in 2005, as did Visual Studio Online when it launched in 2013. With the introduction of Visual Studio 2015, however, Build services just became a whole lot better, a whole lot easier and a whole lot more... cross-platformier. ...

    Azure Service Fabric and the Actor Model with Mark Fussell

    Scott talks to Mark Fussell about Azure Service Fabric and the Actor Programming Model. Mark demystifies the Actor Model and explains how it relates to Service Fabric. Service Fabric offers both low level and high level APIs so you can choose how you want to attack a problem. We also chat about open source projects like Akka.NET

    Codename Goa Final Submissions

    The final #CodeGoa submissions are upon us! Mickey MacDonald (@ScruffyFurn) talks about the final submission process and gives us a couple of useful insights on how to submit the best game. ...

    Cloud: High Entropy Systems

    Developing high entropy software enables you to build simple components which add up to complex and scalable systems.

    Ignite Your Business

    Whether you're a Technical Decision Maker, IT Professional or Developer - Ignite Your Business is the event to attend.

    Learn why Windows 10 is the best platform for business. Connect with our valued partners at the showcase, engage with experts and get hands-on experience. Whether you build, manage or design, this is your opportunity to future-proof your skills. ...

    Cross Platform Development with Jay Schmelzer

    Jay Schmelzer is the guest with host Richard Campbell on this next installment of the DEVIntersection Countdown show – and talking cross-platform development! Jay digs into how .NET can now run on OSX and Linux in addition to the usual Windows, and how and why you'd want to do that. And not just for servers, either: Jay discusses doing development on the Microsoft stack from OSX and Linux. You can see these technologies in action at DEVIntersection at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, October 26-29.

    Tuesdays with Corey: The Mark Russinovich episode - for real

    Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team talks to the tall guy with great hair - Mark Russinovich - CTO of Microsoft Azure... No really - Mark is on the show this time, but we got so busy with Azure Con, this didn't get published until Thursday. ...

    MVA Monthly: October 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 last month and what we can look forward to in October. ...

    Vermont Code Camp 7

    Vermont Code Camp is a full day event that brings together technology community members, students and professionals from around Vermont and beyond. In 2015, there were sessions on a variety of software topics including programming, databases, web, business and more. ...

    UWP-001 - Series Introduction

    In this introductory video, Bob will explain the purpose and intended audience for this series of lessons, what to expect, how to get the most out of it, what tools you'll need and pre-requisites before starting. ...

    Async Functions in JavaScript with Etienne Baudoux

    In this video Etienne describes the implementation of the Async Function specification for the Microsoft Edge browser. It is a fascinating look at how the Edge browser combines both parsing and native C++ calls to implement this incredibly important pattern. ...

    Office Dev Show - Episode 13 - Getting Started with NodeJS

    In this episode of the Office Dev Show, Richard diZerega walks through how to get started building a NodeJS app that connects into the Office 365 unified APIs, including the authentication patterns. ..

    From the Outside Looking In: An Interview with Microsoft watcher, Mary Jo Foley

    Yung Chou welcomes acclaimed speaker, author and host of “Windows Weekly”, Mary Jo Foley to the show as they discuss a day in the life of reporting on and observing all things Microsoft throughout her thirty year career. ...

    Building the Internet of Things with Doug Seven

    Richard Campbell from DEVintersection chats with Doug Seven about his IoT workshops, engaging with developers to see just how small computers can be made now, and how you can create a network of ultra-small devices to work together to provide a huge amount of data about the world around you. Using...

    VSCode Top 5 Tips

    In April, Microsoft released Visual Studio Code as part of its //Build conference. I have been using it on my MBP for most of the coding I do on the Mac. I found a number of things I really like...particularly doing Node and JavaScript development. Best part is that it is cross platform, so I can run it on my Mac, Linux and Windows machines, and I have the same editing experience on all three. With Git support built in out of the box, what more could I ask for? Well, here are the top five things I find save me the most time.

    CodeChat 041 - Straight Talk with Christopher Bennage from Patterns and Practices

    Christopher Bennage (@bennage) has been working on the Patterns and Practices team at Microsoft for a considerable time now, and I always find it interesting to chat with him about strategies and philosophies in the world of software development. It helps that Christopher tends to lean toward the web stack himself as well as toward open source options. ...

    Real examples of hacking and malware attacks then what Microsoft did to stop them

    On this week's show, we catch up again with Mark Russinovich to explain the how security components in cloud services are managed. Mark discusses the shared responsibility from the IT and service provider perspectives. We also cover real customer examples of Microsoft working with customers to detect tenant breach, correct issues and patch any security vulnerabilities. We also discuss the upcoming customer lockbox process and how machine learning and data analytics can be used to detect anomalous patterns.

    A quick tour around Windows 10

    Windows 10 at a glance – learn how to navigate and more...

    What's up with Spark(1/5) - Spark Architecture

    In this episode of What's up with___? Andrew Moll meets with Alejandro Guerrero Gonzalez and Joel Zambrano, Engineers on the HDInsight team, and learns all about the interworkings of Apache Spark. The team relies on your knowledge of traditional Hadoop, giving an overview of the major changes when developing on Spark. The video takes you through what is ...

    Ping 254 (Grand FINALE): Secret ninja cat invites, Bruce Wayne's Batcave, China's president at Microsoft

    Welcome back to Ping! We talk about the return of robot combat to television, we chat about a one-way ticket to Mars on the space desk, and more stories that 'softies are pinging each other about...

    [01:04] The Last Ping!
    [02:15] Rick and Mark -> This Week on Channel 9 ...

    1 | Introducing Windows as a Service

    Learn how customer input and feedback is being used to shape Windows 10 and how the service's flexibility, iteration, and quick evolution helps manage and secure new and legacy applications.

    Going Digital with DocuSign for Windows 10

    ... In this episode, Baldwin Ng from Microsoft's Developer Experience Team was joined by Brad Peterson, Vice President from DocuSign where he shared how the upcoming DocuSign for Windows 10 app helps empower companies and organizations of all sizes to digitize their daily transactions and document workflow. Are you ready to automate your paper-based manual processes by digitally capturing signatures and connecting workflows? Check out this video to see how you can take advantage of this Docusign solution today.

    SQL Unplugged Live Episode 10

    Join Scott Klein and his guests Shawn Bice and Rohan Kumar, LIVE each month on SQL Unplugged, your avenue for chatting with the individuals who own the relational database at Microsoft. Tune in each month as Shawn and Rohan answer your questions and discuss the insights and inner workings of the SQL Server engineering team. Be sure to follow this show on Twitter (@SQLUnplugged) for updates and information on upcoming shows. ...

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