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Defrag Tools #181 - System Power Report | Defrag Tools

Mon, 26 Jun 2017 13:00:00 GMT

In this episode of Defrag Tools, Chad Beeder and Andrew Richards are joined by Paresh Maisuria from the Windows Kernel Power team and Zach Holmes from the Fundamentals team to talk about System Power Report, a new feature in Windows 10 Creators Update.

Related links:
Defrag Tools #168 - Powercfg Sleep Study (older version of this tool)
Defrag Tools #157 - Energy Estimation Engine (E3) (the framework used for estimating power usage)

Timeline:

[00:00] Welcome and introductions
[00:30] This is an updated and expanded version of a feature previously called Sleep Study. Now it covers everything related to power, not just details of modern standby states.
[02:55] You can still run it with powercfg /sleepstudy (for backwards compatibility) - but the new command is powercfg /systempowerreport, or powercfg /spr
[04:08] Opening up the generated report - lots more data than in the old Sleep Study report.
[05:32] Looking an active session: How much battery power was used, and by what? What was the screen brightness? Which apps used the most power?
[09:40] Why some power usage gets attributed to "Unknown"
[15:00] Unlike the old Sleep Study report, the System Power Report even gives useful info on traditional standby (S3) systems.
[16:40] Looking at a standby session: You can tell why a system went into standby, and why it woke up. Also lots of other stats, like how long it took to hibernate, etc.
[20:27] The report also contains an "expert tab" which contains data about the battery design capacity, current capacity, and health
[23:18] Bugchecks are also logged in the report (including the parameters).
[24:35] Still has all the details on a modern standby system (like in the old Sleep Study report). But enhanced. Now we have better instrumentation to track why a system got woken from standby.
[27:58] Of interest to OEMs and hardware engineers: We track power usage data for the SoC (System on a Chip) subsystems. Can give you the first indication of where to look further if power usage is too high.

Email us at defragtools@microsoft.com

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Imagine Cup 15th Anniversary

Fri, 23 Jun 2017 21:24:19 GMT

Imagine Cup is all about innovation, transformation and what comes next. Through Imagine Cup, Microsoft provides student developers with the opportunity to mold the world of tomorrow in their eyes by combining their ideas with the power of technology. The next big thing could come from you. Facebook and Twitter started as student projects. Your ideas could be next. The Imagine Cup is here to help you take the first steps. It's a global contest for the most original student applications, games, and solutions and the winning team will take home $100,000 (US).

Watch with the world on July 27th as the top student team wins over $200,000 in prizes! http://imagine.microsoft.com

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A look at the future with James Whittaker | Answers from James

Fri, 23 Jun 2017 17:42:58 GMT

I've had the opportunity to talk to many people at Microsoft who grab your attention. James Whittaker is a little different, he will wrestle you for your attention and take it with him on the way out. I joined James in his favorite local pub to talk about technology, the singularity, augmenting humans with machines, and the challenges of a limitless future. 

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Getting Started with Duality – Part 2 | .GAME

Fri, 23 Jun 2017 15:28:09 GMT

Fedja Adam, the creator of Duality, continues to walk us through basic principles of the engine. This episode will mainly focus on working with prefabs and walk through some more scripting principles. From the game logic side, we'll add code so that the camera will follow the player ship while it moves and add the ability to shoot lasers.  Duality is an open-source modular 2D game engine that provides its own visual editor. Its plugin based and written entirely in C#, making it highly extensible.

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Introducing Azure Cosmos DB | Azure Friday

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 21:00:00 GMT

Kirill Gavrylyuk stops by Azure Friday to talk Cosmos DB with Scott Hanselman. Watch quick overview of the industry's first globally distributed multi-model database service followed by a demo of moving an existing MongoDB app to Cosmos DB with a single config change.

For more information, see: Azure Cosmos DB.

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Channel 9 Live interview with David Fowler and Damian Edwards | NDC Oslo 2017

Tue, 13 Jun 2017 23:05:56 GMT

Channel 9 Live interview at NDC Oslo 2017 with David Fowler and Damian Edwards. Tune in to find out more.

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Security Features on IoT Core

Mon, 26 Jun 2017 18:44:49 GMT

Security is a hot-button issue in the IoT space; IoT developers should be thinking about implementing hardware and software security features from the start of development. Windows 10 IoT Core provides several of these features to help protect your devices from network attacks as well as physical tampering. In this video, we discuss these features, how to turn them on, and why IoT device security is so important.

- IoT Core security feature repository used

- More information about security on IoT Core

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Setting up and Getting Started with Power BI Embedded | Data Exposed

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 17:34:28 GMT

Today's Data Exposed show welcomes Ran Breuer and Arina Hantsis to the studio. Both Ran and Arina are Software Engineers on the Power BI team, and have flown in from Israel to talk about how to get started with Power BI Embedded. 

In this 22 minute video, it's all demo as Arina and Ran provide an overview of Power BI Embedded, and discuss how they have exposed a set of REST APIs on the Power BI service platform to work with data to incorporate analytical capabilities easily and enrich your application for a seamless experience. Almost like magic.

At [02:55], Arina and Ran provide a quick overview of how the Power BI authentication works behind the scenes within an application. Very helpful. Then, at [07:35] it is demo time, as Ran spends the remaining 15 minutes walking through a 0-60 (or 0-59) demo to show how to go from nothing to an embedded dashboard.  

Register an application: http://dev.powerbi.com/apps

Demo source code Power BI Developer Samples): https://github.com/Microsoft/PowerBI-Developer-Samples

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Remarkable Comments with Remarker

Mon, 26 Jun 2017 13:00:00 GMT

Comments? Who needs comments!? Commenting code is for...

... Well, me! I use code comments to help remind me what I was thinking at the time I wrote the code, the decisions that seemed to make sense at the time. And anyone who's maintained a multi-year code base knows what I mean. :)

Today's project from Gil Yoder gives your code comments some great additional style, usefulness and is just cool...

Remarker

Remarker is a Visual Studio extension designed to enhance code documentation by enabling resized comment lines, and using color and bold emphasis for highlighting tasks. Remarker enhances comments in C# and Visual Basic files, as well as html, xaml, and other markup files.

Remarker for Visual Studio 2017

Spice up your code using this free Visual Studio extension. Remarker gives you the ability to add a little snaz to your comments such as you see in the example.

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It works on XAML and other XML pages including HTML. It even supports Visual Basic out of the box.

One nice feature is that the symbols used to mark a comment for visual modification don't necessarily have to immediately follow a comment delimiter like other extensions require. This is nice when code formatters automatically add white space after the delimiters leaving you with unworking modifiers.

...[Click through to download it]

And of course it's open source! https://github.com/jgyo/remarker



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Last Week on Channel 9: June 19th - June 25th, 2017

Mon, 26 Jun 2017 09:00:00 GMT

Here are 31 select videos, shows and posts. And that's just a select set! There's many more at https://channel9.msdn.com/Browse/AllContentWatch one seller’s take on transforming sales at Microsoft with Dynamics 365Mark Schaefer, director of technical sales in the Microsoft Pacific Northwest Region, talks about how his team has experienced digital transformation—how an integrated toolset built on Dynamics 365 and Azure Cloud Services replaced multiple tools, complex processes, and time-consuming administration. This new set of tools ...Imagine Cup 15th AnniversaryImagine Cup is all about innovation, transformation and what comes next. Through Imagine Cup, Microsoft provides student developers with the opportunity to mold the world of tomorrow in their eyes by combining their ideas with the power of technology. The next big thing could come from you. Facebook and Twitter started as student projects. Your ideas could be next. The Imagine Cup is here to help you take the first steps. It's a global contest for the most original student applications, games, and solutions and the winning team will take home $100,000 (US). ... Scott Guthrie Azure Red Shirt Dublin - DatabasesHear from Scott Guthrie at the Azure Red Shirt Dublin event in Dublin which took place on 26th of May 2017. If you are a company building software, connect with local Microsoft Ireland team at... Scott Guthrie Azure Red Shirt Dublin - Azure App ServicesHear from Scott Guthrie at the Azure Red Shirt Dublin event in Dublin which took place on 26th of May 2017. If you are a company building software, connect with local Microsoft Ireland team at ...Why are you not more successfulFull of career advice that you can use starting today. Learn about getting good and getting noticed from someone who has walked the walk and succeeded in startups, academe and top tech companies.A look at the future with James WhittakerI've had the opportunity to talk to many people at Microsoft who grab your attention. James Whittaker is a little different, he will wrestle you for your attention and take it with him on the way out. I joined James in his favorite local pub to talk about technology, the singularity, augmenting humans with machines, and the challenges of a limitless future.Getting Started with Duality – Part 2Fedja Adam, the creator of Duality, continues to walk us through basic principles of the engine. This episode will mainly focus on working with prefabs and walk through some more scripting principles. From the game logic side, we'll add code so that the camera will follow the player ship while it moves and add the ability to shoot lasers.  Duality is an open-source modular 2D game engine that provides its own visual editor. Its plugin based and written entirely in C#, making it highly extensible....Episode 230: Azure Batch and Low Priority VMsIn this episode Thiago Almeida is joined by Mark Scurrell, Principal Program Manager in the Azure Compute group focusing on large scale compute workloads. We cover an update on Azure Batch and it's new Low-Priority VMs feature, including demos and customer scenarios...Scott Guthrie Red Shirt Azure Dublin IntroHear from Scott Guthrie at the Azure Red Shirt Dublin event in Dublin which took place on 26th of May 2017. If you are a company building software, connect with local Microsoft Ireland team at aka.ms/isvirelandIntroducing Azure Cosmos DBKirill Gavrylyuk stops by Azure Friday to talk Cosmos DB with Scott Hanselman. Watch quick overview of the industry's first globally distributed multi-model database service followed by a demo of moving an existing MongoDB app to Cosmos DB with a single config change....Database Dev Ops: Microsoft and Redgate Show you How!Redgate Data Tools lets users extend DevOps practices to SQL databases in Visual Studio. In this webinar, you'l[...]



Episode 230: Azure Batch and Low Priority VMs | Microsoft Azure Cloud Cover Show

Fri, 23 Jun 2017 15:24:16 GMT

In this episode Thiago Almeida is joined by Mark Scurrell, Principal Program Manager in the Azure Compute group focusing on large scale compute workloads. We cover an update on Azure Batch and it's new Low-Priority VMs feature, including demos and customer scenarios.

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Introduction to Tag Helper Components with Jass Bagga | Code Conversations

Tue, 20 Jun 2017 15:37:26 GMT

Jass Bagga gives as quick introduction to Tag Helper Components.

Joins us as Jass shows us how to modify the HeadTagHelper and the BodyTagHelper in ASP.NET Core MVC 2.0.

To get started:

 

 

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Talk: ASP.NET Core Futures Roadmap | NDC Oslo 2017

Tue, 13 Jun 2017 23:05:56 GMT

ASP.NET Core architect, David Fowler, supported by .NET Program Manager, Jon Galloway, will talk through their current thinking for the future of ASP.NET Core, beyond 2.0. Topics include the potential features of Kestrel, SignalR, and MVC as ASP.NET Core evolves beyond its current HTTP-only focus.

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C# 7 – Simplify and Improve Your Code in 2017 | DEVintersection 2017 Orlando

Mon, 08 May 2017 00:36:50 GMT

C# can be developed and run on more and more platforms, and thanks to the "Roslyn" language engine you can increasingly make your own tooling for it. C# 7 embraces several new features for working better with data, such as tuples and pattern matching. Come see how you can start using C# 7 today!

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Angular Forms and Validation | Techorama 2017

Mon, 22 May 2017 20:36:56 GMT

Most applications need forms to get information from the user, everything from login data to purchase order details to preferences. With Angular, we can improve the user's data entry experience by coordinating sets of input elements, tracking changes, validating input, and presenting clear validation error messages.

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Angular and TypeScript | Build 2017

Mon, 08 May 2017 20:21:24 GMT

In this session, learn why the Angular team uses Typescript to develop at scale inside Google, and how Typescript and Angular work together to provide a powerful platform for your developers and great experiences for your users. (image)


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