Even through last week was a short week for the US our dedicated show, post and episode authors created and released some great videos!

Here’s a few, 28, picked from https://channel9.msdn.com/Browse

Decoding Brainwaves with Azure Machine Learning

I had the good fortune to meet Charis Loveland at the Machine Learning, Analytics, & Data Science Conference in Redmond, WA.

Charis manages the team behind the Decoding Brain Signals machine learning contest.

Sign up for the Decoding Brain Signals Competition at https://gallery.cortanaintelligence.com/Competition/Decoding-Brain-Signals-2

Microsoft’s Vision for Creating More Personal Computing with Windows 10 at COMPUTEX 2016

Terry Myerson, Executive Vice President, Windows and Devices Group, lays out Microsoft’s vision for making computing more personal and ultimately changing the way we all interact with and benefit from technology about the state of the Windows ecosystem today and where Microsoft is going in the future.

Microsoft Opening Windows Holographic to Partners for a New Era of Mixed Reality at COMPUTEX 2016

Terry Myerson, Executive Vice President, Windows and Devices Group, invites the ecosystem to join the world of Windows Holographic – opening it up to all partners and enabling a future of mixed reality and Alex Kipman, Technical Fellow, Windows and Devices Group, discusses our vision for mixed reality showing the exciting possibilities in a future where we break down the barriers between virtual and physical reality.

Bing Predicts: Sporting Events

Bing uses search, social, and other relevant data to make intelligent predictions about upcoming events, like sporting events, reality TV shows, award shows, and political elections. In this episode, Jennifer Marsman chats with Kushal Lakhotia and Walter Sun about the machine learning that powers Bing’s predictions of who will win sporting matches like the NCAA March Madness tournament, the NBA playoffs, the NFL season, Wimbledon, the Cricket World Cup, the English Premier League, and more.

The Full Series of Bing Predicts videos

Bing Predicts: How It Began
Bing Predicts: Politics & Elections
Bing Predicts: Reality TV
Bing Predicts: Sporting Events
Bing Predicts: Awards Shows

Bing Predicts: How It Began

Bing uses search, social, and other relevant data to make intelligent predictions about upcoming events, like sporting events, reality TV shows, award shows, and political elections. In this episode, Jennifer Marsman and Walter Sun (founder of Bing Predicts) discuss how the Bing Predicts team got started on this path. …

Episode 428: Jayson Street on Security

Jayson Street discusses the scariest threats to network security, how he protects organization, and why hackers are not bad people.

75 – Battery MTU Crash

It’s time for another LiveStream Episode of the Patch and Switch show!!! Two IT guys (Patch and Switch) who are talking about whatever comes up. Can you say Tangent! Ultimately it’s the Chat Room where everyone hangs out and contributes to the show, so make sure to load it up during the LiveStream! …

Seasonal Security Reviews

To everything, a season. To every security control, an amount of time. To every security architecture, a set lifespan. Assessing and planning for these cycles, today while stuck in traffic.

The Maker Show: Episode 17 – Coding & GPIO in Windows 10 IoT Core
Did you know that Windows 10 can run on a $35 Raspberry Pi 2 or 3 computer? Makers have taken the world by storm, creating countless gadgets and automated systems, connecting everything around them. This session is for makers – neophytes and veterans alike – who want to explore the capabilities of Windows 10 IoT Core to build hacks based on the Universal Windows Platform (UWP), basically attaching electronic sensors and outputs to their Windows 10 apps. …
Quick Dev: Xamarin for Everyone: The Latest News and Updates since Build 2016 and Xamarin Evolve 2016

Xamarin allows developers to deliver native Android, iOS, and Windows apps, using existing skills, teams, and code. Join James Quick and Gavin Bauman as they review some of the latest news and updates to Xamarin since Build 2016 and the Xamarin Evolve 2016 conference. …

Office Dev Show – Episode 32 – Debugging Office Add-ins with VorlonJS

In this episode of the Office Dev Show, Richard diZerega shows how to remotely debug Office add-ins using VorlonJS. VorlonJS makes it possible to perform real-time remote debugging on just about any device. With the VorlonJS plugin for Office add-ins, you can easily debug Office add-ins running on Office for Mac and iOS. The plugin provides detailed information about what is going on with office.js, making is a valuable debugging tool for Office developers. …

Real Madrid & Microsoft: Better Together – Embarking on a Digital Transformation Initiative

With over 450 million fans spread out across the globe, how could Real Madrid create meaningful connections with its extraordinary fan base? This was the unique challenge Microsoft was issued and through Microsoft Cloud solutions consisting of Azure, Dynamics CRM and Power BI, Real Madrid was able to embrace a truly innovative digital transformation throughout its entire organization. …

Build 2016 Code Labs – Introduction to Unity

At //build 2016 this year we created some pretty cool labs for everyone to hack on, ranging from web dev to game dev with IoT in the middle. This video is a walk-through of our github repository for Orks with Forks, a fun top down game. Ideally, you’ll want to watch this Microsoft Virtual Academy course on Building Blocks – Game Dev before or after (its free!) …

SQL Server on Linux Sneak Peak
In this highly anticipated episode of Data Exposed, Scott welcomes Tobias Ternstrom and Slava Oks to the show to give us a sneak peak of SQL Server on Linux. No slides, just pure demos. …
Build a Mentor Army to Teach Students to Code through Hacker Fund

Justin Brezhnev, Executive Director & Founder of Hacker Fund sits down with Community Evangelist Yesenia Alvarez to chat about the organization. Justin also known as the “The Cat” shares his love for computer science and mission to build confidence in next generation developers. Hacker Fund brings together top designers and developers across the US (referred to as “The Mentor Army”) to teach students how to code and be creative with technology.

Package Managers

Martin and Martin look at the three main package managers used in ASP.net Core. Bower, Nuget and NPM explaining what each are used for in the context of an ASP.net core application.

Get a Sneak Peek at New Devices on Display at COMPUTEX 2016

Join Microsoft’s Marlowe Dayley as he walks us through the latest devices showcased at COMPUTEX 2016. You’ll see a liquid cooled laptop, biometric accessories and a smartphone that can be docked and used as a computer. …

SQL Server 2016 General Availability Announcement with Rohan Kumar

In this special episode of Data Exposed we welcome Rohan Kumar to make the exciting announcement that SQL Server 2016 is generally available as of today! In this brief but exciting 10 minute video, Scott and Rohan talk about a few of the great features of SQL Server 2016, including Operation Analytics, Polybase, StretchDB, and R Services, and the great value they provide to existing solutions. …

Build a Unity Game Part 4

In this episode, Robert is joined by Stacey Haffner, co-owner/dev of What Up Games, who will show us how to build a Unity game that includes simple mechanics such as audio, animations, AI and UI. The game is Super Space Shooter and it involves shooting enemy spaceships. In part 4 of this 4 part series, Stacey focuses on UI issues, particularly how to display shooter score and health and how to add a start screen to the game. …

Web.Dev 12: Converting a Website to a Hybrid Mobile App in Seconds

What is a hybrid mobile app?

ManifoldJS aims to make the life of a mobile developer easier than ever, by utilizing Web App Manifests, which allowing websites to declare app-like properties. ManifoldJS uses that standard for those platforms that support it, but falls back to Cordova for those who don’t. Cordova is great, but the W3C also considers work done at Mozilla (Firefox Open Web Apps), Google (Chrome Hosted Apps) and Microsoft has done (Windows 8 had local web apps, Windows 10 extends over to hosted web apps). With this, we can now wrap websites and creating hybrid applications which can be deployed in the various app stores, while still taking advantage of many native aspects for each device (contacts, calendar, file storage, gyro, GPS, etc.).

NuGet (Part 2) How to Create Your Own NuGet Package

NuGet is the package manager for the Microsoft development platform including .NET and has recently surpassed 1 billion downloads. In Part 2 of their series Jerry Nixon and Jeff Fritz show us how you can get started creating your own NuGet package. …

Video: Using Energy Estimation Engine (E3) to Improve Battery Life

In this episode of Defrag Tools, Chad Beeder and Jorge Novillo take a look at the Energy Estimation Engine (E3) in Windows, and how to use it to get detailed information about battery usage. …

CodeChat 061 – Talking TypeScript and Angular 2.0 with Bill Wagner

Bill is like me in at least one way – he loves TypeScript and Angular 2.0.

I pulled Bill aside during the Build conference and we had a little chat about TypeScript – a typed superset of JavaScript – and Angular 2.0 – the new version of Google’s popular web framework….

Tuesdays with Corey: SQL Bring Your Own License – OH MY!

Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team covers a way cool announcement on your ability to BYOL (Bring Your Own License) for Microsoft SQL (provided you have an Enterprise Agreement). …

ASP.NET Monsters #37: Compiling a Custom Bootstrap Template with Gulp

Have you ever wanted to change the default Bootstrap colors and styling but weren’t sure how to do that without making Bootstrap upgrades difficult to manage?

In today’s episode, Monster Dave shows us how easy it is to customize Bootstrap and compile it from source using Less and Gulp. …


In this episode of ‘Context’, we take a look at working with hands starting with some simple ideas around using pointers for touch, mouse, pen and then branching off into the 3D plane with cameras like the Kinect for Windows V2 and Intel’s RealSense F200 camera. ….

NuGet (Part 1) The Ins and Outs of the Popular Package Manager

NuGet is the package manager for the Microsoft development platform including .NET and has recently surpassed 1 billion downloads. Join Jerry Nixon as he welcomes Jeff Fritz to the show as they discuss the origins of Nuget from how it get started to how you can get started creating your own NuGet package. …

The Ops Team #21 – “Camara Catastrophe”

The Ops Team is a (sometimes) weekly show where (occasionally) 4 Technical Evangelists specializing in IT Operations get together to give you the deets on their 4 areas of expertise: Microsoft Azure/Cloud, On-premises datacenter technologies, Enterprise Mobility / Windows and DevOps.

This week on The Ops Team, Rick’s gone again, and there’s no sign of Simon, so Matt and the ‘DevOpsBoyz’ get together to bring you the news, unfortunately, the team suffer from a abnormal number of camera issues, from broken dongles, to camera’s getting too hot, temperamental HDMI connectivity and more. Just about everything that could go wrong with the cameras, did go wrong, but stick with us through to the end! In the news, David shares some new DevOps Dimension videos, along with his views on Bi-Modal IT and new Visual Studio capabilities. Oguz talks Docker and Containers, along with some cool new support for frameworks on Nano Server. Matt shares some cool…

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