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  • TWC9: Visual Studio 2019, Node.js and Cosmos DB, GitHub Draft Pull Requests and more | This Week On Channel 9
    by Christina Warren on 22nd February 2019 at 18:39

    Christina is back from the Australian stop of Microsoft Ignite: The Tour and ready with the latest dev news, including:[00:30] Microsoft Ignite: The Tour[00:50] Microsoft Build 2019 - registration opens February 27 and the call for speakers is open until March 16, 2019.[01:24] Visual Studio 2019 Launch Event coming April 2, 2019.[01:59] GitHub Draft Pull Requests[02:43] Azure DevOps Projects Gain Azure Kubernetes Service Support and check out the documentation too.[03:24] Docker: From The Beginning series.[03:53] Node.js app and Cosmos DB video and blog post from John Papa[04:25] Azure Event Grid: The Whole Story[04:40] Create an Azure Functions Project in VS Code[04:53] The DevOps Lab: Using Azure Boards wirh GitHub[05:03] Visual Studio Toolbox: Azure DevOps Inception[05:17] The Open Source Show[05:26] Defrag Tools Episode 200 part 1 and part 2 - Congrats Defrag Tools![05:50] Using .NET Standard and Full Framework .NET[06:04] Christina's Pick of the Week: Samsung Galaxy FoldPlease leave a comment or email us at twc9@microsoft.com. Follow @CH9 Follow @CH9 Create a Free Account (Azure)&nbs […]

  • Five Things to Love About Xamarin.Forms 3.5 | The Xamarin Show
    by James Montemagno on 21st February 2019 at 20:00

    This week, James is joined yet again by friend of the show David Ortinau, Xamarin SDK & Xamarin.Forms Program Manager, tells us all about the latest features to love in Xamarin.Forms 3.5. You don't want to miss this awesome episode packed with features such as Bindable Layout, Accessibility Support, and tons of community contributions.Show Links:GitHub: Little Things PlaygroundBlog: 5 Things You'll Love in Xamarin.Forms 3.5Find James on: Twitter, GitHub, Blog, and his weekly podcast Merge Conflict.Follow @JamesMontemagnoNever Miss an Episode: Follow @TheXamarinShowUseful Links:Xamarin Developer Center & BlogXamarin and AzureMobile DevOpsXamarin University Self-GuidedCreate a Free Account (Azure): https://aka.ms/c9-azurefr […]

  • Inception with Azure DevOps | Visual Studio Toolbox
    by Donovan Brown, Robert Green on 21st February 2019 at 16:22

    In this episode, Donovan is joined by Gopinath Chigakkagari from the Azure DevOps team. Gopinath shows how they use Azure DevOps to build Azure DevOps! He also shows how to integrate Azure DevOps to multiple 3rd party tools and deploy to multiple clouds with a single pipeline.ResourcesStart using Azure DevOpsAzure DevOps documentationDevOps at Microsoft  &nbs […]

  • Using Azure Boards with GitHub | The DevOps Lab
    by Alex Nichols, Damian Brady on 20th February 2019 at 18:26

    Damian speaks with Alex Nichols about how to integrate Azure Boards with your GitHub project. As your organization and projects grow it can get challenging to stay focused on what's most important next and organize the various types of work involved to make progress.Now you can integrate Azure Boards with your code repository on GitHub to reduce the integration tax of using multiple systems by simply mentioning work items in your commits or pull requests. Alex shows how you can even make cards move across your Kanban board by merely merging a pull request!Follow Alex on Twitter: @alexcnicholsFollow Damian on Twitter: @damovisaStart with Azure Boards for free: https://azure.com/boardsRead about integrating Azure Boards with GitHub: https://aka.ms/azureboardsgithub/devopslab […]

  • Application Insights integrations and service updates | On .NET
    by Cecil Phillip, Michael Milirud on 19th February 2019 at 16:52

    In this episode, Michael Milirud (@micwebnet) returns to give us updates on some new capabilities that are available  Azure Application Insights. He shows us demos covering Azure DevOps, dependency tracing, Azure Functions integration, and much more.[01:13] - How does Azure Application Insights related to Azure Monitoring?[03:13] - What does the support for Serverless applications look like?[05:47] - What's new with the App Service integration?[06:40] - What types of application dependencies get tracked?[08:58] - How can we view the Log analytics data?[13:00] - How can we turn on the default dashboard ?[14:11] - What is KQL ?[15:30] - How does monitoring integrate into Azure PipelinesUseful LinksFree PluralSight course on KQLGrowing list of dependencies AI auto-collects out of the boxMonitor Your Apps with Azure Monitor (Application Insights)List of all things Azure MonitorAzure Monitor on Twitter […]

  • Visual Studio for Mac: Using Navigate To | Visual Studio Toolbox
    by Robert Green on 19th February 2019 at 16:25

    In this video, Sayed Hashimi will show you how you can improve your productivity when developing apps with Visual Studio for Mac. Navigate To is a feature that's similar to the Visual Studio Quick Launch feature. Sayed will show you how to Navigate your solution, find files, find text in files, and more using Navigate To. Useful links:Download Visual Studio for MacLearn more about Visual Studio for MacEpisodes in this series:Overview (available 1/15/2019)Acquisition (available 1/15/2019)Build Your First App (available 1/22/2019)Launch Multiple Projects (available 1/22/2019)Work with Multiple Solutions (available 1/29/2019)Manage Projects with Git (available 1/29/2019)Publish to Azure (available 2/5/2019)Customize the Look and Feel (available 2/5/2019)Refactoring Code (available 2/12/2019)Using NuGet (available 2/12/2019)Searching and Navigating (available 2/19/2019)Using Navigate To (available 2/19/2019) […]

  • Third Party Azure IoT solution accelerators | Internet of Things Show
    by Olivier Bloch on 18th February 2019 at 19:45

    Leverage partner built, open sourced, Solution Accelerators to expedite your IoT solution development. Several Microsoft partners have developed solutions ranging from edge video analytics, to digital signage, to remote well monitoring for oil and gas. These are published under our partner's GitHub repositories and free for anyone to use, rebrand, or even resell.Visit the Device Partner Center: https://devicepartner.microsoft.comDiscover the 3rd party solution accelerators: https://aka.ms/3psaTry out the IoT solution accelerators: https://www.azureiotsolutions.com/AcceleratorsCreate a Free Account (Azure): https://aka.ms/aft-iot […]

  • Blockchain based registries | Block Talk
    by Blocktalkadmin on 18th February 2019 at 16:26

    Registries are used in every industry and in multiple scenarios. Blockchain-based registries that are shared, immutable and cryptographically secure serve an important need, but it's not often apparent how to write these sort of contracts. In this episode we review a blockchain devkit accelerator that can help generate the contracts from simple JSON based descriptions.URL: https://github.com/Azure-Samples/blockchain/tree/master/blockchain-development-kit/accelerators/registry-generatorFollow @CH9 Follow @MSFTBlockchain&nbs […]

  • Azure Instance Metadata Service updates for attested data | Azure Friday
    by Scott Hanselman, Rob Caron on 15th February 2019 at 17:00

    Azure Instance Metadata Service is used to provide information about a running virtual machine that can be used to configure and manage the machine. With the latest updates, Azure Marketplace vendors can now validate that their image is running in Azure.Azure Instance Metadata serviceInstance metadata data categoriesAzure Virtual MachinesAzure MarketplaceCreate a free account (Azure)Follow @SHanselman Follow @AzureDon't miss an episode of Azure Friday - Follow @AzureFriday&nbs […]

  • Open Source Security Best Practices for Developers, Contributors, and Maintainers | The Open Source Show
    by Rob Caron, Golnaz, Lacey Butler, Allison Cordle on 12th February 2019 at 16:58

    Armon Dadgar (@armon), HashiCorp CTO and co-founder, and Aaron Schlesinger (@arschles) talk about how and why HashiCorp Vault is a security and open source product: two things traditionally considered at odds. You'll learn how to avoid secret sprawl and protect your apps' data, ways for contributors and maintainers to enhance the security of any project, and why you should trust no one (including yourself).[01:43] - What is secret sprawl and how do we avoid it?[03:17] - What is the 1,000 eyes principle?[06:35] - The tripod approach[08:47] - Additional resources Learn MoreCreate a Free Azure AccountHashiCorp Vault on AzureUsing HashiCorp Vault with Azure Kubernetes ServiceLearn more about HashiCorp VaultCheck out HashiCorp Learn Read HashiCorp BlogLearn more about secret sprawl Follow @armonFollow @arschlesFollow @openatmicrosoft &nbs […]

  • Building Applications from Scratch with Azure and Cognitive Services | On .NET
    by Cecil Phillip, Rich Lander on 12th February 2019 at 14:00

    In this episode, Christos Matskas (@ChristosMatskas) joins us to share the story of an interesting application he built using the Azure SDKs for .NET and Cognitive Services. We not only get an overview of creating custom vision models, but also a demo of the docker containers for cognitive services. Christos also shares how he was able to leverage .NET standard libraries to maximize code portability and re-use. [03:27] - Overview of Cognitive Services[05:05] - Discussing AI Visual Provision Sample App[06:40] - azure sdk for .net and .net standard[08:58] - Options for deploying a custom vision model[11:55] - Container support for Cognitive Services[19:10] - High level architecture breakdownUseful LinksCognitive ServicesCognitive Services in containersVisual Azure Provisioning from a WhiteboardAI Visual Provision Sample App.NET Libraries for AzureAzure Dev Center for .NET […]

  • Azure IoT Edge VM on Azure Marketplace | Internet of Things Show
    by Olivier Bloch on 11th February 2019 at 19:45

    Looking to get started deploying intelligence to the edge, or how you can scale up your edge intelligence testing? The new Azure Marketplace offer "Azure IoT Edge on Ubuntu" makes both easy. Learn more in this episode of the IoT Show with Greg Manyak, PM from the Azure IoT Platform show, and Olivier.Learn more reading the blog post: https://azure.microsoft.com/blog/azure-iot-edge-runtime-available-for-ubuntu-virtual-machines/Get the VM on the Azure marketplace: https://aka.ms/azure-iot-edge-ubuntuvmCreate a Free Account (Azure): https://aka.ms/aft-iot […]

  • C++ with Visual Studio 2019: target Linux and Windows, and be more productive with IntelliCode | Microsoft Connect(); 2018
    by Augustin Popa, Erika Sweet on 4th December 2018 at 16:10

    This video will introduce what's new in Visual Studio 2019 for C++ developers. Erika Sweet will demo a cross-platform CMake application that runs on both Linux and Windows, to highlight new features that push the boundaries of individual and team productivity. These include a new start window experience, an improved Linux targeting experience, and productivity features. Visual Studio 2019 and Visual Studio Code will make every C++ developer (not just Windows developers) more productive.Learn more about Visual Studio 2019 and C++: https://aka.ms/vs2019cppC++ Team Twitter: @visualc […]

  • What's New in C# 8.0 | Microsoft Connect(); 2018
    by Mads Torgersen on 4th December 2018 at 16:09

    Several new language features are coming to C# in the next release, included in Visual Studio 2019. Mads Torgersen will give us a quick look at how to avoid null reference exceptions with nullable reference types, how to consume and produce asynchronous streams, and much more.Twitter: @MadsTorgersenLearn more about C# 8.0: https://aka.ms/csharp8 […]

  • What’s New in Visual Studio 2019 | Microsoft Connect(); 2018
    by Allison Buchholtz-Au on 4th December 2018 at 16:09

    Visual Studio 2019 the latest improvements and features to support you and your team be more productive, support modern application development, and continuously innovate. In this video, we'll walk through how Visual Studio 2019 enables you to get started writing code faster and easier with existing code repos or new projects, focus on what's important with new UI improvements, seamlessly collaborate across teams with pull requests, and more!Download Visual Studio 2019 Previewhttps://visualstudio.microsoft.com/vs/preview/ […]

  • Kubernetes for the ‘klueless’ | Microsoft Connect(); 2018
    by Brendan Burns on 16th November 2018 at 01:59

    What's the big deal with Kubernetes? Find out what it is, and when and how to use it in this fun, demo-filled session. […]

  • Keynote (Scott Guthrie) | Microsoft Connect(); 2018
    by Scott Guthrie on 16th November 2018 at 01:45

    Demos, demos, and more demos. See Scott Guthrie and others demonstrate how Azure and Visual Studio help you to stay productive and focused on what matters to you. […]

  • Knowledge Mining: use AI to search on your data, regardless of format | Cognitive Services Live
    by Liam Cavanagh on 12th November 2018 at 21:58

    Join Liam Cavanagh, PM on the Applied AI & Search team, and learn about the latest technologies and use cases intelligent search.   &nbs […]