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Defrag Tools #185 - Time Travel Debugging - Introduction | Defrag Tools

Mon, 25 Sep 2017 17:00:00 GMT

In this episode of Defrag Tools, Chad Beeder is joined by James Pinkerton and Ivette Carreras to introduce a new feature of WinDbg Preview: Time Travel Debugging (TTD).

Related Links:

WinDbg Preview (download from Microsoft Store)
Time Travel Debugging Overview (Online documentation)
Debugging Tools for Windows Blog

Timeline:
[00:00] Introductions
[00:54] Introducing Time Travel Debugging (TTD)
[05:06] Tracing
[07:33] Debugging Forwards
[09:23] Debugging Backwards!
[13:31] Data is available
[17:20] Great for Customer Support
[19:11] Email us at defragtools@microsoft.com

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http://video.ch9.ms/ch9/c7db/84963f0b-b0c7-4498-929d-4fe0929ac7db/DefragTools185.mp4




Interview with Beth Pan Software Engineer on the MVA Team | GALs

Mon, 25 Sep 2017 14:00:00 GMT

Beth Pan is a Software Engineer and Content Producer for Microsoft Learning. She was a software engineer at Nationwide Insurance before her life at Microsoft started and graduated from Ohio State University. Learn more about her humble beginnings growing up in rural China and moving to America to follow her dreams of working in tech in the west coast. 

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http://video.ch9.ms/ch9/28cd/897d1845-d873-478a-9b9f-dbc8781528cd/GALsInterviewWithBethPan.mp4




Azure Cosmos DB: Get the Most Out of Provisioned Throughput | Azure Friday

Thu, 21 Sep 2017 21:00:00 GMT

Azure Cosmos DB is a globally distributed database with limitless elastic scale. To take advantage of elastic scale, you first need to choose a partition key. Kirill Gavrylyuk stops by Azure Friday to talk with Scott Hanselman about the choice of partition key, and how to use the new metrics charts to troubleshoot a poor partition key choice (e.g., "hot partitions").

For more information, see:

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http://video.ch9.ms/ch9/e410/7a54effc-8b6f-4f8d-b4e4-d0928498e410/AzFrCosmosDBMetricsAndHotPartitionsGavrylyuk.mp4




Keynote | .NET Conf 2017

Tue, 12 Sep 2017 17:30:21 GMT

Live Keynote from DevIntersections Europe in Stockholm, Sweden!

Join us as we kick off the conference and introduce you to all the new features in .NET Core 2.0, our cross-platform, open source .NET. .NET Core 2.0 implements .NET Standard 2.0 which delivers on the promise of .NET everywhere and significantly expands the API surface area so that sharing libraries across all .NET workloads is much easier. Learn about the new features in ASP.NET Core and Azure that make building, deploying and monitoring web, cloud and container apps easy. Also see the new tools in Visual Studio 2017 and Visual Studio for Mac that fully support .NET Core 2.0. Plus, a few surprises you don't want to miss!

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Tuesdays with Corey - go TEST Scheduled Maintenance | Tuesdays With Corey

Tue, 19 Sep 2017 16:52:56 GMT

Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team sat down with Ziv Rafalovich - a Senior PM on the Azure Compute team. Ziv shows off our new capabilities around notification and scheduling maintenance on your own timeline.

Note: During September, customers can test the new experience in the US West Central region by creating new VMs in the region, and use this link to the Azure portal: http://aka.ms/plannedmaintenancepreview

Post any questions, topic ideas or general conversation here in the comments OR online on via Twitter with  #AzureTwC.

 

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CSS Grid: Bringing true two-dimensional layout to the web | Microsoft Edge Web Summit 2017

Tue, 12 Sep 2017 18:19:44 GMT

CSS Grid Layout promises to revolutionize layout on the web, bringing true two-dimensional layout to the web for the first time. We'll show how Grid Layout got started at Microsoft in XAML, and through partnership with standards bodies and the community, is now shipping simultaneously across all major browsers in 2017. You'll learn how Grid can help you bring powerful, innovative, and flexible layouts to your sites, and how to manage fallback to older browsers and devices.

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http://video.ch9.ms/ch9/b1b7/d76140fa-fa67-4a9f-b23b-4b9bf4d3b1b7/CSSGrid.mp4




Kevin Gallo September 2017 | Windows Community Standup

Thu, 14 Sep 2017 00:46:43 GMT

Kevin Gallo and Seth Juarez will be hosting the second Windows Community Standup on September 14th, 2017 at 10:30 am PST. The event will be streamed live on Channel 9 and there will be a Q&A afterward.

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Navigating the Microsoft Graph with Azure Functions | Azure Friday

Mon, 25 Sep 2017 12:55:00 GMT

Matthew Henderson does a demo for Scott Hanselman to show how simple it can be to build serverless apps that leverage bindings for Microsoft Graph (e.g., reading data from a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet in a OneDrive folder) to avoid writing laborious initialization and authentication code, all using Azure Functions.

For more information, see:

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Virtual Machine Planned Maintenance | Azure Friday

Mon, 18 Sep 2017 17:00:00 GMT

Ziv Rafalovich joins Scott Hanselman to talk about improvements to the planned maintenance experience in Azure, including better visibility and control of maintenance events that impact virtual machine availability. Learn how to create alerts, discover which virtual machines are scheduled for maintenance, and proactively start the maintenance using the Azure portal, REST API, Azure PowerShell, or Azure CLI.

Note: During September 2017, you can try the new experience by creating new VMs in the US West Central region using this special link to the Azure portal: http://aka.ms/PlannedMaintenancePreview.

For more information, see:

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http://video.ch9.ms/ch9/021f/37a6e886-541b-4ced-a254-e1f98dac021f/AzFrVMPlannedMaintenanceRafalovich.mp4




A Spot On Visual Studio Extension

Mon, 25 Sep 2017 13:00:00 GMT

Listening to music while coding is like, chocolate and [just about anything]. I don't know about you, but when I'm coding, I have to listen to music. And the type of music depends on the type of coding. Classical for SQL, Metal for C#, Pop for JavaScript, and so on.

When you're in the zone, the last thing you want to do is switch out of Visual Studio, to your music player just to skip to the next song, see what's playing, pause, etc.

If your music service of choice is Spotify, then you're in luck! Stay in the zone and the IDE with today's extensions from Arjan Kuijpers!

SpotifyRemote

Spotify Remote. With SpotifyRemote you can stay inside Visual Studio to manage your music, no need to switch windows. This way we have the best of both worlds, Visual Studio and music.

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Helpful Links for SpotifyRemote

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Last Week on Channel 9: September 18th - September 24th, 2017

Mon, 25 Sep 2017 09:00:00 GMT

Everyone was pretty swamped preparing for Ignite, yet our great hosts, producers and guests still delivered a good batch of new shows, posts and episodes. Here's a select 18 of them...Cognitive Services Episode 6 - Document routing & tagging with the Text Analytics & the…So far in this course, we saw the high level AI concepts and we build a chatbot bound to a LUIS app. We also saw how to take advantage of the Linguistic Analysis API to perform natural search queries against external data sources. In this episode, we will send documents to our chatbot that will automatically tag and route them into a document management system thanks to Text Analytics, Entity Linking & Language Understanding Intelligent Service.Super Clock Extreme Gaming Overclockable Laptop from EVGAWe talk with the EVGA product development team about their overclockable laptop the SC15. The laptop is super thin and super fast with some unique features like an IPS 120hz G-Sync display for smooth gaming.Microsoft, Facebook, Telxius celebrate the completion of the Marea cable in VirginiaMicrosoft, Facebook, Telxius celebrate the completion of the Marea cable in VirginiaProject "Honolulu" overviewThis video provides an overview on Project "Honolulu". Download the Technical Preview today at http://aka.ms/HonoluluDownload.Azure Cosmos DB: Get the Most Out of Provisioned ThroughputAzure Cosmos DB is a globally distributed database with limitless elastic scale. To take advantage of elastic scale, you first need to choose a partition key. Kirill Gavrylyuk stops by Azure Friday to talk with Scott Hanselman about the choice of partition key, and how to use the new metrics charts to troubleshoot a poor partition key choice (e.g., "hot partitions").For more information, see:Try Azure Cosmos DBHow to partition and scale in Azure Cosmos DB (docs)Monitor Azure Cosmos DB requests, usage, and storage (docs)Request Units in Azure Cosmos DB (docs)New Processors from Intel Help Boost Server Performance on Windows Server 2016Microsoft and Intel discuss the latest Purley product launch from Intel. This major Xeon processor update is bringing large performance gains, greater than 50% memory bandwidth and increased core counts. Watch this video to get the details on why you should be thinking about server upgrades leveraging the latest processor and Windows Server capabilities available.Surface Plus, Minecraft, Forza Motorsport 7, and more!This Week on Windows we're talking about some of the people behind Windows Mixed Reality, showcase a story of how a jewelry designer is using Windows 10  to help the people of El Salvador and we're helping you customize your start screen! Specific topics covered on this week's episode include:Making mixed realityArielaSurface PlusMake Start full screenMinecraft better togetherForza Motorsport 7 demo live + launch trailerFord Hololens B-rollFord Hololens B-rollFord Hololens B-rollFord Holo Lens B-rollCreating CSS GridA look at how CSS Grid Layout went from an idea to a reality shipping in all major browsers in 2017.Fluent Design features for Fall Creators UpdateThe Fluent Design System helps you create modern, clean UI that incorporates light, depth, motion, material, and scale. This video shows some of the new controls and features that make it easy enhance your app with Fluent Design.For more information, check out: aka.ms/designEpisode 167: Azure Event Grid with Dan RosanovaWe talk with Dan Rosanova about Azure Event Grid. And now Cortana is in your echo.HashiCorp Terraform on AzureHariharan Jayaraman joins Scott Hanselman to talk about how HashiCorp Terraform provides an easy way to define and deploy cloud infrastructure using HashiCorp Configuration Language (HCL). This custom language is easy to write and easy to un[...]



TWC9: Ice Cream Thursday, Edge Web Summit, Ultimate C# Tools, ARKit + HoloLens and much more... | This Week On Channel 9

Fri, 15 Sep 2017 21:30:00 GMT

This week on Channel 9, Christina and Seth discuss the week's top developer news, including;[00:43] Microsoft Edge Web Summit 2017[01:18] The Ultimate List of C# Tools: IDEs, Profilers, Automation Tools, and More [Angela Stringfellow][01:56] Ignite[02:11] Microsoft Tech Summit is back – register for a free event near you![02:35] Save time using new developer tools for Microsoft Teams[03:42] Get a look behind the curtain at Artificial Intelligence [Matthew Calder][04:38] .NET Core vs .NET Framework: How to Pick a .NET Runtime for an Application [Angela Stringfellow][05:26] Devs Use ARKit to Make an iPhone Motion Controller for HoloLens [Ben Lang] (via Developer marries HoloLens and ARKit, produces terrifying child)[06:42] Azure Tips and Tricks Part 15 - Underlying Software in Azure Cloud Shell, Complete list of Azure Tips and Tricks [Michael Crump]Picks of the Week!Christina's Pick of the Week:[07:20] Anime-Style Illustrations Created In Microsoft Excel [Brian Ashcraft]Seth's Pick of the Week:[08:46] An Introduction to Blockchain with Mark Russinovich [Mark Russinovich, Seth Juarez]Please leave a comment or email us at twc9@microsoft.com.Follow @CH9 Follow @film_girl Follow @sethjuarez  Follow @gduncan411 [...]


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Windows 10 IoT Core Project Templates

Fri, 22 Sep 2017 13:00:00 GMT

The last post in our Template Week takes us to IoT and Windows 10 IoT Core (I know, funny that!)

The best part of these Project templates is that they are NOT just C# templates, but VB, C++ and even JavaScript...

Get the Templates;

Windows IoT Core Project Templates for VS 2017

This package contains project templates for Windows IoT Core Applications

The Windows IoT Core Project Templates enables development for Windows IoT Core devices (such as Raspberry Pi 2 & 3, Minnowboard Max, and DragonBoard 410c) using Visual Studio 2017. 

For more information about Windows 10 IoT Core, visit www.windowsondevices.com.

For more information about building applications using these templates, visit https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/iot/docs/buildingappsforiotcore.

Universal Windows Platform (UWP) templates are provided to enable headless Background Applications for these supported languages:

C#, Visual Basic, C++, JavaScript, C++ Console, Arduino Wiring Project

... [Get the VS 2017 Templates Here]

Here's some more information about IoT application types and supported Languages;

Supported Programming Languages and App Types

Learn about the languages that are supported on Windows 10 IoT Core as well as the UWP and non-UWP app types that are supported on IoT Core.+

Application Types

Universal Windows Platform (UWP) Apps ...
Traditional UWP Apps ...
Background Apps ...
Non-UWP Apps ...

Programming Languages

IoT Core supports a wide range of programming languages.+

In-Box languages

Traditional UWP languages ship with support in Visual Studio by default. All of the In-Box languages support both UI and Background Applications+

  • Languages
    • C#
    • C++
    • Javascript
    • Visual Basic
IoT Focused Languages

The IoT targeted languages require the download of the "Windows IoT Core Project Templates" from the Visual Studio Tools->Extensions and Updates manager. The IoT Focused languages support only Background Applications. You can also build Windows Runtime Components using C#, C++, or Visual Basic and then reference those libraries from any other language (except Python).+

  • Languages
    • Arduino Wiring
    • Node
    • Python
C# and Visual Basic (VB)

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Keynote | Microsoft Edge Web Summit 2017

Tue, 12 Sep 2017 18:19:44 GMT

Charles Morris kicks off Microsoft Edge Web Summit 2017 with a whirlwind tour of what's new in Microsoft Edge in EdgeHTML 16, and some exciting announcements about what's in store for the year ahead.

Then, join Yan Zhong and Adam Barrus for a behind-the-scenes conversation on building the Microsoft Edge client app. You'll learn our approach to developing more usable, accessible, and innovative experiences for the web on Windows. We'll give you insight into our sources of feedback, and how they played a role in building some of the new features coming soon to Microsoft Edge.

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http://video.ch9.ms/ch9/cf74/76a2eefd-1d3c-4241-a480-c7116487cf74/EdgeWebSummitKeynote.mp4




Distributed Architecture: Microservices and Messaging | Visual Studio Live 2017

Thu, 24 Aug 2017 02:30:35 GMT

Building distributed systems provides great benefits in terms of reliability, scalability, deployment flexibility, decoupling of disparate services and apps, and so on. Actually realizing these benefits can be a challenge. It requires architects and developers pay a lot of attention to app and service boundaries, messaging patterns, and data ownership. This session is an architecture-focused dive into distributed systems design, including the creation of microservices, apps, and the messaging patterns used to communicate between them. You will learn: •About the challenges you'll face when trying to realize the benefits of distributed systems •How to manage service and app boundaries to achieve practical decoupling •About messaging patterns key to successful interaction across the services and apps in a distributed system

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http://video.ch9.ms/ch9/22c7/27c97eb7-f853-4e13-a615-0397bcfc22c7/VSLive17DistributedArchitectureMicroservicesandMe.mp4




Getting Started with Aurelia | Visual Studio Live 2017

Thu, 24 Aug 2017 02:31:34 GMT

Aurelia is a Single Page Application framework getting a lot of traction as an alternative to Angular. It includes a rich data binding system, dependency injection and modules, an intuitive and powerful routing and navigation system, and lots of extensibility throughout. This session will help introduce you to the capabilities of Aurelia and how to get started using it to build applications. You will learn: •How to create an application project from scratch with Aurelia or using the Aurelia CLI or Webpack •How to build MVVM web client applications leveraging Aurelia's data binding and dependency injection Learn how leverage the rich routing and navigation features of Aurelia

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http://video.ch9.ms/ch9/efb6/29c79a1d-85fe-4240-8a0a-f8a99c20efb6/TH17GettingStartedWithAurelia.mp4




SOLID – The Five Commandments of Good Software | Visual Studio Live 2017

Thu, 24 Aug 2017 02:30:57 GMT

The SOLID principles are the five commandments of the software world. They have been forgotten for years, as developers focused on JavaScript frameworks with stupid names and complicated patterns. The SOLID principles transcend frameworks and patterns. They are the foundation of building good software, the breakers of monoliths, the decouplers of coupling, and the squashers of regression bugs. One might even say they're the creators of maintainable code. Unless you're already a believer, you need to attend this session and get on the right path. You'll work through each of the principles, learn what they mean, what they will do for you, and why you should stop breaking them. You will even check out some C# code that explains how they can help you; and problems that will haunt you if you ignore them and are face their wrath.

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http://video.ch9.ms/ch9/bb3d/76f3ba6d-f9b3-49c4-9643-2f6aef39bb3d/VSLive17SolidThefiveCommandmentsofGoodSoftware.mp4