Channel 9

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Channel 9 is a community. We bring forward the people behind our products and connect them with those who use them. We think there is a great future in software and we're excited about it. We want the community to participate in the ongoing conversation. This is the heart of Channel 9. We talk about our work but listen to the customer.
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Aaron and Scott check out the latest updates in Azure PowerShell, from simplified scenarios to `-AsJob` backgrounding support. This new functionality is now available on Mac, Linux, and Windows with PowerShell Core 6.For more information:Azure PowerShell docsCreate a free account (Azure)Follow @SHanselman Follow @AzureFriday Follow @twitchax
In this episode, Robert is joined by Nish Anil, who shows us how he took an existing WPF line of business app and built a mobile front end for it with Xamarin.Forms. Nish shows how he was able to reuse the existing C# business logic with minimal changes. Resources:Expenses sample appNish's GitHub repo.NET Portability AnalyzerVisual Studio blog post on this topic
June 20, 2018
Damian talks to Microsoft's Paige Bailey as well as MVP Terry McCann about DevOps for Data Science. These two really popular fields are not often combined, but there are some fantastic opportunities for cross-pollination of ideas. Damian, Paige and Terry discuss what's important to data scientists and where to start when it comes to a DevOps process. From using source control, testing and refreshing predictive models to operationalizing and evaluating success in production.Data scientists are rarely developers, and developers are rarely data scientists, but they can work together, using tools and techniques that still allow the experts to do what they do best!Follow Paige on Twitter: @DynamicWebPaigeFollow Terry on Twitter: @SQLSharkFollow Damian on Twitter: @damovisaResources:The DataOps ManifestoMicrosoft AI SchoolVisual Studio Team ServicesCreate a Free Azure Account:
June 19, 2018
In the third episode of this series, Dmitry and Suz introduce a smart home device prototype designed to integrate several devices and Azure services together. This smart home device makes use of a proximity sensor, temperature sensor, webcam, and a small HDMI screen. The Azure services the device connects to are Azure IoT Hub and the Face API offering from Microsoft Cognitive Services.There are a number of ways to interface with devices and sensors on the Raspberry Pi using Windows IoT Core. Dmitry and Suz will talk about three: Built-in UWP APIs, Nuget packages and manually writing drivers directly in C#.You can find all the episodes in this series as they go live in our YouTube playlist.Resources:Smart Home Device source code on GitHubBME280 sensor Nuget package on GitHubCapturing webcam images using the MediaCapture classMicrosoft Cognitive Services Face APICreate a Free Account (Azure):
June 19, 2018
If you've ever wondered how to be a better contributor, encourage more people to submit pull requests for your projects, or what makes the best communities successful, look no further. Jono Bacon, author and community expert, and Jessica Deen share their 4 "golden rules" for increasing contributions and incentivizing the right behavior, and Chris Dias gives his take on the VS Code team's vibrant community, plus ways to contribute, and demos his favorite VS Code features. You'll leave ready to create or grow your own welcoming, engaged communities – and with a few new things to explore in VS Code. Follow @CH9 Follow @ jonobacon Follow @ chrisdias Follow @ jldeen Follow @ openatmicrosoft Explore Open Source Resources and Trending Repos: Check Out Jono's Book: Get VS Code Tips, Tricks, and More: - Check out VS Code Docs: Catch Jessica and Jono at OSCON 2018: - Jono: Jessica:
June 18, 2018
Orleans is a framework for building high-scale distributed applications, without the need to learn and apply complex concurrency or other scaling patterns.In this episode, Sergey Bykov (@sergeybykov) joins us to talk about how Orleans works, and what are some of the use cases of the framework.[02:07] - What is Orleans and what problem does it solve?[03:58] - How does this architecture impact characteristics of the system?[05:18] - How do you implement a Grain in Orleans?[09:25] - How does Orleans manage resource allocation?[13:02] - What types of applications is Orleans used for?[18:35] - Where can you go to learn more about Orleans?[19:28] - What's up next for Orleans?Check out the links below to learn more about Orleans.Orleans documentation and tutorials: Orleans on GitHub: Gitter Chat: on Twitter:
June 15, 2018
Peter Pogorski chats with Scott Hanselman about building Service Fabric applications with the Service Fabric for VS Code extension. This episode introduces the process of creating and debugging Service Fabric applications with the new Service Fabric extension for VS Code. The extension enables you to create, build, and deploy Service Fabric applications (e.g., C#, Java, Containers, and Guests) to local or remote clusters.For more information, see:Service Fabric Extension for VS Code (Visual Studio Marketplace)Service Fabric Extension for VS Code (GitHub repo)Azure Service Fabric Team BlogCreate a Free Account (Azure)Follow @SHanselman Follow @AzureFriday
June 14, 2018
Welcome to The Xamarin Show Snack Pack Edition. A Snack Pack is bite sized episode that is focused on a specific topic and covered in just a few minutes. In this Snack Pack we take a look at Xamarin.Essentials, a powerful cross-platform library that provides a clean and lightweight API to access common features on mobile platforms, in your cross-platform C# apps without writing abstractions or platform-specific code.Show Links:Xamarin.Essentials DocumentationXamarin.Essentials on GitHubXamarin.Essentials Blog Post AnnouncementFind James on: Twitter, GitHub, Blog, and his weekly development podcast Merge Conflict.Follow @JamesMontemagnoNever Miss an Episode: Follow @TheXamarinShow
June 14, 2018
Running artificial intelligence directly on IoT devices seems like something straight out of sci-fi movies, right? It's now something you can do pretty easily with Azure IoT Edge. And thanks to the Custom Vision Cognitive Service, you don't even need to be a data scientist to create AI Custom Vision models!Emmanuel Bertrand, PM in the Azure IoT Edge team, shows us how it's done making a Raspberry Pi recognize a banana from an apple!Check out the project on GitHub: Create a Free Account (Azure):
June 14, 2018
In this episode, Robert is joined by Steve Dower, who walks through a sample project that demonstrates scripting a C++ application with Python using CPython, PyBind11 and Visual Studio 2017. He shows how you can extend a C++ application with Python scripts, modify code without having to recompile, do mixed Python/C++ debugging and enable IntelliSense support by adding hints. For more information, see the Python team's blog.

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