TWC9: New Surface Pro, Worlds Largest Git Repo, P Language, Exiting Vim and more... | This Week On Channel 9

This week on Channel 9, Nikola and Vlad discuss the week's top developer news, including;[00:42] Meet the new Surface Pro [Panos Panay][02:19] The largest Git repo on the planet [Brian Harry][04:25] Introducing XAML Standard and .NET Standard 2.0[05:12] Build On Demand (Filter is your Friend... There's 452 sessions with Media... :)[07:07] The week in .NET – .NET poster, Happy Birthday .NET with Jan Kotas, Skyworld [Bertrand Le Roy][08:44] Xamarin University’s free webinar series: Learn mobile development from experts [Mark Smith][09:38] Tire Explorer: Behind the Scenes at Microsoft Build 2017 [René Schulte][11:20] P: A programming language designed for asynchrony, fault-tolerance and uncertainty [Shaz Qadeer][13:34] Xbox Game Pass Launches June 1 with 100+ Games; Early Access for Gold Members Starts Today [Parimal Deshpande][14:35] Introducing “Mixer” [Matt Salsamendi]Pick of the Week!Vlad's Pick of the Week:[15:20] Holograms: The future of near-eye display? [Andrew Maimone]Nikola's Pick of the Week:[17:53] Stack Overflow: Helping One Million Developers Exit Vim [David Robinson]Please leave a comment or email us at @CH9  Follow @metulev Follow @vladkol Follow @gduncan411

Posted on: 26 May 2017 | 7:00 pm

OpenZWave for UWP and .NET

Morten Nielsen posted some good news recently, which we're very happy to highlight!We first blogged about his OpenZWave work a few months ago, Opening UWP to OpenZWave.Recently he posted that there's now an "Official" OpenZWave UWP and .NET Library (and it happens to be his! :)Announcing the first official OpenZWave library for UWP"As a follow-up to my recent OpenZWave blogpost ( ), a few things has happened since.First of all I’ve worked closely with the OpenZWave team, and we agreed to consolidate efforts. My library is now the official OpenZWave library for .NET and UWP, and has been moved out under the OpenZWave organization on GitHub:At the same time the older .NET library has been removed from the main OpenZWave repository, so they can focus on the native parts of the library, and I’ve taken over the .NET effort.To successfully support UWP and .NET, I wanted to achieve as close code compatibility as possible, and for maintainability also reuse as much C++ code as possible......However because of the many small breaking changes, the nuget package needs a major version increase.  I’ve just released the v2.0.0-beta1 package for you to start using. The API is release quality though, and should be very close to a final release. If you’ve done any OpenZWave dev, I encourage you to try it out and provide feedback.Read the WIKI to see how to get started: ... [Click through for read the post]Check out the source here; Open-ZWave wrapper for use with .NET or UWP apps.This library was based on the OpenZWave .NET Library, but refactored to greatly simplify its use, as well as adding UWP Support.[Repo]Follow @CH9 Follow @coding4fun Follow @gduncan411

Posted on: 26 May 2017 | 8:00 am

Azure Hybrid Networking 101 | Azure Friday

In this episode of Azure Friday, Olivier Martin joins Scott Hanselman for the first of a two-part series on hybrid networking in Azure, which is key to connecting existing customer infrastructure into an Azure Virtual Network (vNet). In this episode, Olivier covers the different connection options (VPN and ExpressRoute) and provides a brief overview of what they are, connectivity models, partner solutions, and an overview of ExpressRoute peerings.For more information, see Networking to and within the Azure Cloud, part 1.Follow @SHanselmanFollow @OMartin_2010Follow @AzureFriday

Posted on: 25 May 2017 | 8:00 pm

Interview with Charlotte Yarkoni, Corporate Vice President Growth and Ecosystem at Microsoft | GALs

In this episode, Soumow sits with Charlotte Yarkoni, Corporate Vice President of the newly created Growth and Ecosystem division at Microsoft.  Charlotte talks about growth and adoption of Azure and her career journey and the different roles she has held in her career.  GALs is a show about the women who work in Tech (at Microsoft or outside) from three ladies that currently work on the Channel 9 team. Golnaz Alibeigi, Soumow Atitallah, and Kaitlin McKinnon have started a new series featuring women in Tech who work in development, management, marketing and research who have interesting stories to share about their success in the industry and ideas on how to grow diversity in IT.Follow @CH9Follow @Soumow

Posted on: 25 May 2017 | 6:51 pm

New Windows 10 Devices, Microsoft China event, and more | This Week On Windows

This Week on Windows we're getting ready for summer with some of the hottest new devices, TV show season premiers and sales on some killer apps! Plus we've got the latest from the big Microsoft Event in China!  Other topics discussed in this episode include:New Windows 10 devicesIAP SaleCasual Season 3 on HuluJohn Wick Chapter 2COMING UP: Netflix/War Machine + House of CardsMicrosoft China event 

Posted on: 25 May 2017 | 12:00 pm

SQL Server Data Tools in your DevOps pipeline | Visual Studio Toolbox

In this episode Dmitry is joined by Eric Kang, Program Manager for SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) who is back on the show to talk about how Visual Studio 2017, SSDT and SQL Server 2016/SQL Database (on Azure) can be used in both migration and state based database development approaches. We'll also show you how to make SQL development integrated into a Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) with Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) as part of your DevOps pipelineThis episode is part two of our series on SSDT, so if you missed it be sure to check out our previous introductory episode SQL Server Data Tools for Visual Studio.Resources:DevOps – Shift Left: Brian Harry's VS 2017 Launch Keynote at 1:30 markAll about SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) featuresGetting Started with SSDT and SQL Server on Linux and DockerGetting Started with Visual Studio Team ServicesDatabase CI & CD TutorialMAC & Linux Developers – mssql extension for VS Code 

Posted on: 24 May 2017 | 9:14 am

Tuesdays with Corey - Azure Cloud Shell demo (AzureCLI + Powershell) | Tuesdays With Corey

Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team recaps some of the cool technologies and announcements recently discussed at Microsoft Build.  In this episode Corey talks (and Demos) the coolness of Azure Cloud Shell (in both AzureCLI and PowerShell versions). Azure Cloud Shell Docs -> page -> Shell announcement -> in Cloud Shell announcement -> Private Preview Sign-up -> any questions, topic ideas or general conversation here in the comments OR online on via Twitter with -> #AzureTwC.Follow @CoreySandersWAFollow @RicksterCDN 

Posted on: 23 May 2017 | 3:44 pm

Building Search Apps with Azure Search and AzSearch.js | Data Exposed

What? An Azure Search video that doesn't have Liam Cavanaugh in it? Hey, that's ok, because in the Studio today is someone equally as awesome, Evan Boyle, a Software Engineer on the Azure Search team. Evan is in the studio today to show off AzSearch.js, a JavaScript library that makes incorporating and building Azure Search into your applications much easier.An all-demo show, Evan kicks things off explaining some of the challenges of building search capabilities into an application, including the time consuming process to navigate and search through data and build that capability into your application.At the [03:20] mark Evan jumps into demo mode and spends the remaining 13 minutes showing off AzSearch.js which was created to alleviate these challenges by taking the common search patterns and building reusable controls that connect to your search service to automatically build a great search experience into your application. Evan shows how to add suggestions and faceting to your application simply by making a single function call. He also shows how to generate a starting application based off of your index definition. Great stuff!Loading the real estate data set through the portal: automagic search UX: JavaScript data SDK used to build azsearch.js: 

Posted on: 23 May 2017 | 2:24 pm

Keynote: Azure - The Intelligent Cloud | Techorama 2017

Experience the newest technologies in Azure by joining Scott Guthrie for a session on how you can do more on the intelligent cloud. Scott will present a deep dive into Microsoft’s cloud services, advanced workloads and capabilities. He’ll do a number of demonstrations first-hand to show how these solutions can enable you to achieve more using the best of the Linux ecosystem and the best of the Windows ecosystem, together. Demos will include the latest in infrastructure, enterprise mobility + security, Xamarin/mobile development, SQL, Data Lake, Cognitive Services, open source capabilities, Hybrid cloud, Azure Stack, Logic Apps, developer tools and services, containers and more.

Posted on: 22 May 2017 | 3:36 pm

Managing Software Development - Eric Brechner | Managing Software Development

Here are some questions we asked Eric in this interview:How you setup vision, goals and boundaries for your team.What are your top three priority on the job?The worst advice you heard about management.The best advice you heard about managementThe best book you read about managementWhat exactly you look in a candidateWhat questions you asked on phone interviewHow you hire? What is the secret to get hired in Microsoft?How you manage sometime big ego's and highly competitive and highly intelligent people?How you manage people some time more qualified than you?What is your suggestion to Developers who want to become a Development Manager?The worst part of your job?The best part of your job?What you like about Microsoft.And many more ..Find Rafat on: Twitter, Blog.Follow @rafatsarosh Eric Brechner Blog.

Posted on: 18 May 2017 | 9:06 pm

Visual Studio for Mac | Visual Studio Toolbox

In this episode, Robert is joined by Mikayla Hutchinson to talk about Visual Studio for Mac, a full-featured IDE built natively for the Mac. Visual Studio for Mac is now generally available and can be used to develop, debug and test mobile apps, Web apps and games. 

Posted on: 17 May 2017 | 12:32 pm

#MSBuild Day 1 Keynote | Build 2017

Satya Nadella, Scott Guthrie, and Harry Shum show us how software continues to transform the world in remarkable ways, with developers at the center of it. [00:02] Satya Nadella Opening Statements[07:39] Microsoft mission[14:02] Intelligent Cloud and Intelligent Edge[19:00] Sam George, Sandvik Windows IoT demonstration[23:00] Azure IoT Edge Introduction[27:52] Andrea Carl, AI for Workplace Safety demonstration[37:59] The Edge and our Devices[41:27] Laura Jones, Intelligent Meetings[51:46] Satya Nadella Closing Statements[52:50] Haiyan Zhang and Emma Lawton, Development and Inspiration[56:41] Scott Guthrie Opening Statements[1:00:20] Scott Hanselman Azure Management Stack demonstration[1:01:59] Azure Cloud Shell Announcement[1:04:25] Azure Management Mobile App on Android and iOS Announcement[1:09:50] Visual Studio for Mac General Availability Announcement[1:21:13] PostgreSQL as a Service, MySQL as a Service Announcement[1:22:26] Azure Cosmos DB Introduction[1:27:20] Rimma Nehme, Azure Cosmos DB demonstration[1:39:43] Maria Naggaga, Cloud Native application development demonstration[1:46:50] Scott Guthrie, Serverless Computing[1:49:01] Visual Studio 2017 support for Azure Function and Logic Apps Announcement[1:52:02] Scott Guthrie, Azure Stack[1:56:59] Julia White Azure and Azure Stack demonstration[2:01:05] Scott Guthrie and Abhay Parasnis, Adobe, SaaS on Azure[2:11:51] Microsoft AppSource[2:13:13] Harry Shum Opening Statements[2:18:18] Cognitive Services - Video Index and Cognitive Services Labs Cognitive Services Announcement[2:19:40] Cognitive Services, Custom Vision, LUIS, Speech, Search and Decision Services Announcement[2:23:00] Cornelia Carapcea Custom Vision demonstration[2:27:07] Bot Framework and Adaptive Cards demonstration[2:33:27] Yina Arenas Presentation Translator Add-in demonstration[2:37:44] HP and Intel Cortana Device Announcement [2:39:12] Yina Arenas Tact and Microsoft Graph demonstration[2:43:52] Harry Shum Closing Statements

Posted on: 8 May 2017 | 3:21 pm

#MSBuild Day 2 Keynote | Build 2017

Terry Myerson, Joe Belfiore, and Alex Kipman show us how software continues to transform the world in remarkable ways, with developers at the center of it. [01:21] Terry Myerson Opening Statements[03:40] Focus on creativity[05:36] Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Announcement[06:21] Windows Story Remix Announcement[08:49] Lorraine Bardeen demonstrates Story Remix [20:54] Joe Belfiore Talks about features and technologies behind Story Remix[23:22] Microsoft Fluent Design System [31:36] Windows and Microsoft Graph[33:34] Windows PCs Loves Devices via Microsoft Graph[45:51] Cloud-powered Clipboard Announcement[49:33] Abolade Gbadegesin Project Rome Architect[52:02] Moldering Legacy Application demonstration[53:02] .NET Standard 2.0 for UWP Announcement[54:51] XAML Standard 1.0 Announcement[1:02:03] Project Rome SDK For iOS Announcement[1:07:48] Terry Myerson and Continuous Delivery to Windows Store[1:08:18] Full UWP Capabilities in Visual Studio Mobile Center Announcement[1:10:03] iTunes coming to Windows Store Announcement[1:10:42] SAP Digital Boardroom coming to Windows Store Announcement[1:11:26] Andy Mott, Autodesk's Sketchbook as a UWP Application[1:13:31] Autodesk's Stingray[1:14:38] Windows 10 as Development Box[1:15:06] Ubuntu via Windows Store Announcement[1:15:46] SUSE and Fedora via Windows Store Announcement[1:16:24] Xamarin Live Player demonstration[1:19:29] Windows Narrator Dev Mode demonstration[1:21:38] Terry Myerson and Mixed Reality[1:25:35] Alex Kipman on Mixed Reality[1:34:59] Motion Controllers for Windows Mixed Reality Announcement[1:37:30] Acer and Motion Controllers Holiday Package Announcement[1:39:50] Cirque du Soleil HoloLens demonstration[1:49:25] Acer and HP Mixed Reality Dev Kit now available via Microsoft Store Announcement

Posted on: 8 May 2017 | 3:21 pm

Introducing Fluent Design | Build 2017

Microsoft is advancing its design system with Fluent Design to engage users, empower creators, and scale to a new generation of devices and inputs. Come learn about this transformation of the design principles, visuals, and interactions and the opportunity it represents for you. See how Fluent Design is being applied across Windows 10 devices and apps to create beautiful, engaging, and intuitive experiences. Get a sneak peek at the great support for Fluent Design across guidelines, platform, and tools. Join us and other designers, developers, and creators of all kinds as we all become Fluent.

Posted on: 8 May 2017 | 3:21 pm

Keynote Recap with Scott Guthrie | Build 2017

In this session we discuss some of the news and announcements from the day 1 keynote of Build 2017

Posted on: 8 May 2017 | 3:21 pm

.NET Standard 2.0 and .NET Core 2.0 | Build 2017

Join us as we chat with Scott Hunter, Immo Landwerth, Richard Lander, and Damian Edwards about the latest updates to .NET Standard 2.0 and .NET Core 2.0

Posted on: 8 May 2017 | 3:21 pm

KEYNOTE: Developing with the Cloud | DEVintersection 2017 Orlando

Scott Guthrie, Executive Vice President, Cloud and Enterprise Group, MicrosoftDonovan Brown, Principal DevOps Program Manager, US Developer Division Team, Microsoft   Music: Revolve by cinematrik (c) copyright 2005 Licensed under a Creative Commons Noncommercial Sampling Plus license. 

Posted on: 7 May 2017 | 7:07 pm