Deploying to On-Premises Servers with VSTS | The DevOps Lab

Damian is joined by Abel Wang to walk through using Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) to deploy applications to on-premises servers. As Cloud Developer Advocates, we focus so much on deploying to Azure - especially Platform as a Service (Paas) - but not every app is on the cloud! Thankfully, VSTS has a solution.

Posted on: 22 February 2018 | 4:24 pm

Azure Functions for Mobile Apps with Laurent Bugnion | The Xamarin Show

This week, James is joined yet again by friend of the show Laurent Bugnion, who shows us how Azure Functions (serverless programming) can be used to create a backend for your Xamarin applications. We'll see a super simple project first and then move on to a more "real life" application.Show Links:Introduction to functions and XamarinCoinValue sampleDocs about Azure functionsQuickstart in the Azure PortalQuickstart in Visual StudioFind James on: Twitter, GitHub, Blog, and his weekly development podcast Merge Conflict.Follow @JamesMontemagnoNever Miss an Episode: Follow @TheXamarinShowFind Matt on Twitter, GitHub, and his Blog

Posted on: 22 February 2018 | 2:00 pm

Dave Tillman and Zach Brown - Resilient Microservices with Steeltoe | On .NET

Dave Tillman and Zach Brown (@moredeploys) join us in this episode to talk about the SteelToe(@SteeltoeOSS) project. They talk about CloudFoundry, and how Steeltoe enables .NET developers to build resilient micro services on top of it. [01:16] -  What benefit does steel toe bring to .NET Developers[03:15] - Zach talks about creating parity with the Spring Cloud[04:23] - Dave talks about the platform support[06:24] - Zach explains how CloudFoundry improves developer velocity[09:48] - Zach talks about the .NET Buildpack for CloudFoundry[11:47] -  Zach tells us how developers can get started[14:34] - Zach and Dave talk about support for containers in CloudFoundry[16:06] - Dave talks about the diagnostic and analysis features being adding[20:40] - Zach and Dave discuss trends with .NET Framework and containers[23:56] - Zach and Dave share information on resources for getting started To learn more about CloudFoundry and how to get started with building microservices with Steeltoe, check out the links below.SteeltoeSteeltoe SamplesNetflix EurekaCloud FoundryCloud Foundry on AzureSteeltoe and the Open Source .NET Renaissance

Posted on: 22 February 2018 | 10:00 am


David Rousset came by to play with WebVR and BabylonJS. He showed me how to enable WebVR in 2 lines of code. More details at David's blogLearn more about BabylonJSTry the Haunted Mansion in WebVRMake sure to subscribe!Questions, comments, suggestions - comment below or on Twitter

Posted on: 21 February 2018 | 12:00 pm

Episode 6: Five Things About RxJS | Five Things

Learn why asynchronous operations are at the heart of RxJS, how to compose events, and how RxJS was invented at Microsoft from Ben Lesh and Burke Holland. How does lodash compare to RxJS? How do you use sets of events over time? Why does Burke long for hair?  Why are throttling and debouncing such fun words to say? Learn these and more in this episode of Five Things!

Posted on: 21 February 2018 | 11:05 am

Getting started with Azure IoT Edge development | Internet of Things Show

Jon Gallant works with customers on a daily basis to help them build Azure IoT solutions. In this video, he walks us through how to get started with IoT Edge Development from scratch using the Azure IoT Edge Runtime and the Azure IoT Portal.

Posted on: 20 February 2018 | 3:59 pm

Maria Naggaga - Interactive learning with Try .NET | On .NET

The way that we consume information is constantly changing. More people are putting down physical books and picking up laptops or tablets. When learning to code, people are looking for more interactive experiences to really get that knowledge to sink in.In this episode, Maria Naggaga (@LadyNaggaga) joins Rich (@RunFaster2000) to talk about the Try .NET project, which allows people to experiment with and learn .NET in the browser.[00:48] - Maria and Rich talk about the various ways people are learning today[03:03] - Maria demos a quick start powered by Try .NET[05:58] - Maria shows Try .NET in it's raw form[07:28] - Maria talks about hosting options and future featuresIf you're interested in learning more or want to try out Try .NET, here are some links that should be helpful to you.C# Interactive Quick startTry .NET Online Editor.NET DocumentationTry .NET GitHub repository 

Posted on: 19 February 2018 | 10:00 am

TWC9: Build Registration, Microsoft Startups, 5 Things About Docker, and more | This Week On Channel 9

This week on Channel 9, Christina is spending what should be her last week in a cast (fingers crossed!) and is back in Redmond discussing this week's top developer news:[00:19] Microsoft Build 2018 - Register[00:38] Microsoft revamps its startup programs with $500M commitment and new co-selling program | TechCrunch and Grow, build and connect with Microsoft for Startups - The Official Microsoft Blog[01:08] Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17101 for Fast & Build 17604 for Skip Ahead[01:53] Amazon Music for Windows 10 available now from Microsoft Store - Windows Experience Blog[02:17] Windows Analytics now helps assess Meltdown and Spectre protections[02:58] Bing Speech API extends its text to speech support to 34 languages | Blog | Microsoft Azure[03:33] #FiveThings About Docker {S:01 Ep: 05} - YouTube[03:43] Interview With Beatris Mendez Gandica, Program Manager at Microsoft | GALs | Channel 9[04:00] Pushing Docker Containers to Azure Container Registry with Visual Studio Code[04:15] Christina's Pick of the Week: VLC 3.0 Vetinari  Please leave a comment or email us at @CH9 Follow @film_girl  

Posted on: 16 February 2018 | 3:52 pm

Connect real devices to Microsoft IoT Central | Internet of Things Show

In this IoT Show episode, Olivier invited Davide Montanari, a developer in the Microsoft IoT Central team to explain and show how to connect a real device to Microsoft IoT Central, the new IoT SaaS solution.

Posted on: 15 February 2018 | 5:40 pm

Deep Learning for Music Generation - The Code | AI Show

In this episode of the AI show Erika follows up her previous episode by showing the actual code behind training and using the music generation model. This includes the code for both creating the features from the midi file and returning a midi file from the features. She also shows how Keras is used to generate the actual model.Learn more:Deep Learning for Music GenerationBlogCodeDatasetApologies for the audio!

Posted on: 15 February 2018 | 3:36 pm

What's New in Azure Cosmos DB | Azure Friday

Kirill Gavrylyuk returns to Azure Friday to update Scott Hanselman on what's new in Azure Cosmos DB, such as the Cassandra API for applications that are written for Apache Cassandra, updates to the Azure Table storage API, the Apache Spark Connector, the Graph API, partitioned collections, 99.999% (five 9s) SLA, and more.Dear Cassandra Developers, welcome to Azure #CosmosDB!Introduction to Azure Cosmos DB Table APIApache Spark to Azure #CosmosDB Connector is now generally availableAzure #CosmosDB Graph API now generally availablePartition and scale in Azure Cosmos DBFollow @SHanselman Follow @AzureFriday Follow @kirillg_msft

Posted on: 15 February 2018 | 12:30 pm

Always Connected PC - January 2018 | Windows Community Standup

Kevin will be discussing the Always Connected PC, with guest speakers Erin Chapple (GM) and Hari Pulapaka (Principal Group Program Manager – Windows Base Kernel). The Always Connected PC is a new category of devices that blends the simplicity and connectivity of the mobile phone with the power and creativity of the PC. The work to enable Windows 10 on ARM is a core investment in bringing this category to life. The group will give an overview of the Always Connected PC, key things a developer should know when developing for Windows 10 on ARM, and answer live questions.

Posted on: 18 January 2018 | 12:58 pm

Kevin Gallo November 2017 | Windows Community Standup

Kevin Gallo will be answering questions we didn't get to from the Windows Developer Day on October 10th. While we're going through the list, we will be taking live questions too.Windows community standup is a monthly online broadcast where we provide additional transparency on what we are building out, and why we are excited. As always, we welcome your feedback on what could be done better.

Posted on: 29 November 2017 | 8:03 am

Machine learning and AI with .NET | Connect(); 2017

See how we are innovating in the machine learning and artificial intelligence space across the .NET stack with a new library: Tensor. Learn how the Tensor provides a good exchange type for multidimensional machine learning data. Product info: more:

Posted on: 15 November 2017 | 1:45 pm

Enable edge intelligence with Azure IoT Edge | Connect(); 2017

Make hybrid cloud and edge IoT solutions a reality with Azure IoT Edge, a capability that enables cloud workloads to run locally on your Windows and Linux-based IoT devices. Develop and test workloads in the cloud, and then deploy them to the edge seamlessly via Docker-compatible containers. Watch Olivier describe the concepts of IoT Edge and demo the basics of an edge device configuration and deployment.Product info: more:

Posted on: 15 November 2017 | 9:06 am

What's new in C# | Connect(); 2017

Learn about the new features available in C# 7.1 and 7.2, including async Main, default literals, ref extension methods, in parameters and more. Also get a glimpse of the future with nullable reference types.Product info: more:

Posted on: 15 November 2017 | 8:50 am

How to get started with Microsoft AI | Connect(); 2017

Join Joseph Sirosh, Corporate VP of the Cloud AI Platform, as he walks through the Microsoft AI platform and capabilities to allow any developer to infuse intelligence into their applications and target entirely new scenarios enabled by the latest innovations in AI.

Posted on: 5 November 2017 | 6:44 pm