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Title:Episode 145: Load Testing with Chuck Sterling | Microsoft Azure Cloud Cover Show
Date:Fri, 27 Jun 2014 23:33:08 GMT
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Description:In this episode Nick Harris and Chris Risner are joined by Chuck Sterling, a Program Manager for Visual Studio.  In this video, Chuck demonstrates creating an on-premises load test and then take it to the cloud with Azure.  Chuck starts by creating a test in Visual Studio and then recording web traffic using the Web Recorder and Internet Explorer.  He also walks through using the Load Test Wizard to generate your load tests.  Chuck also shows you how you can see load test history, test results, and who started or triggered each test.  Chuck pulls all of these capabilities together to go from running a test, to identifying a slow down in his app, tracing the issue, and jumping right into debugging the section of code causing the issue.Links from the show:Visual Studio Testing UserVoiceGetting started with Load Testing and Visual StudioDownload the Visual Studio TrialCloud Load Testing with Visual StudioLike Cloud Cover on Facebook!Follow @CloudCoverShowFollow @chrisrisnerFollow @cloudnick 

Title:Virtual Private Networks in Depth | Azure Friday
Date:Fri, 27 Jun 2014 00:50:03 GMT
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Description:Going beyond the basics, Scott hears from Ashwin Palekar about how to lock down an Azure installation with multiple layers of firewalls and many layers of defense.Areas covered in this video: Layers of Firewalls – Defense in depth Cloud Access Layer – Input Endpoints, Inbound IP ACLs Guest OS Firewall – Inbound/Outbound IP ACLs 3rd party Proxy Firewall Appliance – Inbound/Outbound IP ACLs (and more)Useful topics and links: Azure Security Guidance Azure Network Security Whitepaper How to Setup and Protect an Azure Application with a Barracuda Firewall Setting up Virtual Private Networks in Azure (video) Virtual Private Networks and Virtual Machines (video)

Title:EdgeShow 109 - Chat with Mark Russinovich | Edge
Date:Fri, 27 Jun 2014 13:02:32 GMT
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Description:Ever wonder what Mark Russinovich is working on? Interested in his last personal "Beer Money" Tech Support incident was and how he solved it? Where does he get his ideas for his top ranking "Case of the unexplained..." sessions?  Rick Claus interviews Technical Fellow Mark Russinovich from the CH9 Live Stage during TechEd in Houston. Catch Some TechEd Sessions Mark delivered at TechEd.TWC: Pass-the-Hash: How Attackers Spread and How to Stop ThemMark Russinovich and Mark Minasi on Cloud ComputingPublic Cloud Security: Surviving in a Hostile Multi-Tenant EnvironmentTWC: Malware Hunting with Mark Russinovich and the Sysinternals ToolsCase of the Unexplained: Troubleshooting with Mark RussinovichAlso we have this weeks news including:Brad Anderson's continuing blog series: Understanding Enterprise Mobile ManagementHow to set Azure Billing Alerts step by step by Blain BartonThere are Five new RMS whitepapers published this weekOneDrive expands storage to 15 GB for everyone and 1 TB for Office 365 users Connect with the Edge Team:Follow @tnedgeFollow @SimonsterFollow @SymonPerrimanFollow @dtzarFollow @RicksterCDNThe PROPER link to Facebook page - Facebook

Title:ASP.NET Today and Tomorrow (Keynote) | dotnetConf 2014
Date:Tue, 24 Jun 2014 18:32:44 GMT
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Description:  It's been an amazing decade for ASP.NET. Today in 2014, most all of ASP.NET is open source, developed in the open, and accepting community contributions. One ASP.NET and VS 2013 added some amazing new tooling enhancements for HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript. VS2013.3 is coming soon with even more innovations as we march towards ASP.NET vNext. Join Scott Hunter as he shows you how it works together. What's available on ASP.NET today, and where is ASP.NET headed tomorrow, and what do you need to know to best support the code you've written and the code you will write. We'll also talk about the rise of the cloud and how it changes the way we write large systems. All this, plus a lot of open source, and deploying to Azure.

Title:State of .NET (Keynote) | dotnetConf 2014
Date:Tue, 24 Jun 2014 18:40:46 GMT
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Description: Overview of current .NET state and .NET on the Client side.

Title:Ping 212: Cortana in Canada, NASAs new ride, Charging trousers, Home automation ventures, and Xbox July update! | Ping!
Date:Wed, 25 Jun 2014 22:46:49 GMT
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Description:Mark and Rick are back and this week for show 212![04:12] Cortana confirmed localized for Canada[06:33] Space Desk: NASA's warp drive concept IXS Enterprise | Mankind onto Mars in 10-12 years[10:43] Fashion Desk: World's first Lumia wireless-charging trousers[13:53] Microsoft Ventures launches accelerator for home automation[17:00] Xbox July Update | Xbox @ uservoice[21:11] Question! Where else would you like to see wireless charging? Chat with us throughout the week using  #PingShow on TwitterLike us on Facebook @RicksterCDN

Title:Defrag: WiFi vs Ethernet, Surface tips, The Future of the Kinect and more... | The Defrag Show
Date:Wed, 25 Jun 2014 18:30:00 GMT
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Description:Microsoft tech troubleshooter extraordinaire Gov Maharaj and I help walk you through troubleshooting solutions to your tech support problems. If you have a problem you want to send us, you can use the Problem Step Recorder in Windows 7 (see this for details on how) and send us the zip file to We will also be checking comments for problems, but the email address will let us contact you if needed.[01:46] WiFi vs Ethernet between local devices [04:34] A complete list of all command line, and related, utilities and commands? [No] [08:18] Dealing with a non-booting, crashing Surface [Includes steps to hard reboot it] [09:53] Surface Type Cover is touchy Note: After the recoding of the show a firmware update was released to help with the Cover's performance, Microsoft firmware improves Surface 2 family's Cover performance. [11:26] Handling a perceived non-paged pool memory leak in VM's [12:38] Dealing with a 4GB+ WIM and FAT32 [14:18] Controlling OneDrive and Off-Line settings [15:24] Closing/Exiting Modern App's without touch [16:47] Turning off some Windows 8 Syncing options[17:33] Pick of the Week: The Future of Kinect (link) [18:28] Pick of the Week: EyeDropper tool pen: (link)

Title:SQL Database Active Geo-Replication | Data Exposed
Date:Mon, 16 Jun 2014 15:00:00 GMT
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Description:Join Scott Klein as he welcomes Sasha Nosov, Principle Program Manager for Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery in SQL Database, as they discuss Active Geo-replication in SQL Database, a mechanism to provide database redundancy within the same Azure region or different region. Watch Scott and Sasha as they break out the whiteboard and discuss some of the primary benefits of Active geo-replication, including database-level disaster recovery solutions and readable secondary databases, and why upgrading to the SQL Database Premium tier might be something you should highly consider.

Title:.NET Micro Framework Future? [Hint: Sure looks it like!]
Date:Fri, 27 Jun 2014 13:00:00 GMT
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Description:If you've been watching the .NET Micro Framework for a while you've got to be wondering about it's future. There hasn't been much talk about the next version, etc.Until recently at least!Paolo Patierno posted a nice roll-up of some of the back channel chatter, tweets, comments and more, most of which make it seem that there's going to be some exciting news in the coming year!.Net Micro Framework and Internet of Things : a quick tour on coming news and long term futureIn the last days, I saw some interesting things around the future of .Net Micro Framework …First, a post in the GHI Electronics community forum that speaks about the 2014 plan for .Net Gadgeteer. Gary, GHI employee, says :We have some very exciting news to share with you today. First of all, we have been communicating your feedback to Microsoft and they have been very responsive. We can't share all the details yet but we can tell you that you will be very happy with what Microsoft will announce very soon.There are two main points about it :GHI reported to Microsoft all feedbacks by .Net Micro Framework and Gadgeteer users and I think with the objective to improve the framework;There are more details and news that Microsoft will announce very soon, so in the next days (week ? months ?) we will have new official information about .Net Micro Framework future;Of course … the above are great points !Another thing I noticed is on .Net Micro Framework project web site on CodePlex....Last but not least thing is the update on main page of .Net Micro Framework project web site on CodePlex by Steve on June 16 …In preparation for the longer term future of .NET MF we are in the process of some changes to the use of CodePlex. (Including switching to a GIT repository model to make things easier for a true OSS development process). ......In conclusion, it seems that in the near future a lot of news and updates will be available on .Net Micro Framework project and that it is alive; Microsoft thinks that it could be potentially useful in the Internet of Things to provide customers a global solution for it strong related with Microsoft Azure offers : from the devices to the cloud !So … stay tuned !UPDATE [June 19 2014]Today Steve Maillet created a planned version of the framework on the CodePlex web site : .Net Micro Framework v4.Next !![Read the entire post...]In short, it just might be an exciting summer for the .NET Micro Framework. :)Follow @CH9Follow @Coding4FunFollow @gduncan411

Title:Defrag Tools #95 - Scheduled Tasks | Defrag Tools
Date:Mon, 23 Jun 2014 16:00:00 GMT
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Description:In this episode of Defrag Tools, Chad Beeder and Andrew Richards use the Scheduled Tasks MMC, Sysinternals Autoruns, at.exe, scdtasks.exe and PowerShell to manage the Task Scheduler.Resources:Sysinternals Autoruns

Title:Tilt and Smoothing Parameters WPF controls for your next Kinect Project
Date:Thu, 26 Jun 2014 13:00:00 GMT
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Description:Today's Kinect for Windows v1 project is a work in progress found on CodePlex. Why re-invent when you can just reuse. :)WPF Kinect User ControlsCurrent release contains two Kinect related UI WPF Controls to simplify developers live:- Kinect tilt control - provides ability to tilt the controller up and down using Slidebar,- Kinect smoothing parameters - provides ability to set advanced parameters for the skeleton tracking, see for details.The controls are designed to minimize the amount of the code and time to start working with. All you need is to instantiate in XAML code, set few parameters and ... that's it. Both controls require KinectSensor object instantiated in the code-behind, bound to its' dependency properties.Sample ColorStream solution is provided, explaining how to use controls, see WpfKinectUserControlSample solution in download section.What can I do with those controls?KinectTiltControl - provides visual component (a slidebar) to set current tilt of the Kinect sensor attached. It synchronizes with sensor hardware in both directions (reading current value on sensor attachment). Control can handle dynamic sensor change during runtime.KinectFilteringParamsControl - provides visual component to configure tracking parameters of the skeleton tracking mechanism embedded in the Kinect SDK. This include all the parameters specified by the Kinect SDK (based on Kinect SDK v.1.8): . It also supports serialization and deserialization of those parameters to the XML file, to simplify experiment management.Each control is bound to the KinectSensor instance thus you can use more than one to manage multiple Kinects independently.The control disables and enables automatically - based on existence of the active Kinect sensor attached.Install and using guide.Starting Kinect development with those controls is pretty simple:Download latest DLLReference in your projectAdd namespace to your xaml window / control: xmlns:uc="clr-namespace:WpfKinectUserControls;assembly=WpfKinectUserControls"Instantiate control in XAML (if you're using more than one Kinect in your project, there is no problem - put as many as you need).Configure controls - actually the only required parameters in case of the KinectTiltControl control is CurrentKinectSensor="{Binding Path=Kinect}"bind it to your KinectSensor property. in case of the KinectFilteringParamsControl there are five more properties you may want to set to provide default values to the control.The SOURCE CODE section provides sample solution.Project Information URL: Download URL: Source URL: @CH9Follow @Coding4FunFollow @KinectWindowsFollow @gduncan411

Title:From Parallel to Concurrent | Lang.NEXT 2014
Date:Mon, 19 May 2014 18:19:15 GMT
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Description:At Google I was involved in the design and implementation of two significant languages. The first, Sawzall, was extremely parallel. The second, Go, is fundamentally concurrent. I will explain the reasons for these two languages' creation and contrast their goals and implementations.

Title:LIQUi|>: A Software Design Architecture and Domain-Specific Language for Quantum Computing | Lang.NEXT 2014
Date:Mon, 19 May 2014 18:19:43 GMT
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Description:Languages, compilers, and computer-aided design tools will be essential for scalable quantum computing, which promises an exponential leap in our ability to execute complex tasks. LIQUi|> is a modular software architecture designed to control quantum hardware. It enables easy programming, compilation, and simulation of quantum algorithms and circuits, and is independent of a specific quantum architecture. LIQUi|> contains an embedded, domain-specific language designed for programming quantum algorithms, with F# as the host language. It also allows the extraction of a circuit data structure that can be used for optimization, rendering, or translation. The circuit can also be exported to external hardware and software environments. Two different simulation environments are available to the user which allow a trade-off between number of qubits and class of operations. LIQUi|> has been implemented on a wide range of runtimes as back-ends with a single user front-end. We describe the significant components of the design architecture and how to express any given quantum algorithm.PDF: system is currently over 30,000 lines of code.

Title:Leverage | Lang.NEXT 2014
Date:Mon, 19 May 2014 18:18:08 GMT
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Description:Andrei Alexandrescu explains the notion of leverage whereby the interactions of seemingly minor features of the D programming language accomplish a great deal with a few lines of code. He shares the status of the language today, how and where it's being used successfully in industry, and provides insights into how the language is evolving.

Title:Duality and the End of Reactive | Lang.NEXT 2014
Date:Mon, 19 May 2014 18:18:57 GMT
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Description:Erik Meijer opens Day 2 with a talk on the end of "reactive", duality, and the usual epic musings of the Erik Meijer mind :)Warning: This is unedited for content, so there are a few f-bombs. I guess then that this is rated PG-13.

Title:Converting a large codebase to Hack | Lang.NEXT 2014
Date:Mon, 19 May 2014 18:18:20 GMT
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Description:Facebook recently open-sourced Hack, a programming language for HHVM. Hack uses gradual typing and is fully compatible with PHP. Over the last year, Facebook has migrated a large part of its PHP codebase to Hack, thanks to both organic adoption and a number of homegrown refactoring tools. In this talk, I will give a high-level overview of the language and share some of the lessons learned during the migration process.

Title:What – if anything – have we learned from C++? | Lang.NEXT 2014
Date:Mon, 19 May 2014 18:20:08 GMT
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Description:What is the essence of C++? Why did it succeed despite its well-understood flaws? What lessons - if any - can be applied to newer languages?Themes: Social and technical factors. Resource management. Generic programming. The importance of being inefficient. The importance of syntax. How (not) to specify a language. Standardization and compatibility. And no, I don't plan to condemn C++ - it is still the best language around for a lot of things, and getting better. It just isn't anywhere near perfect (even of its kind) or the best at everything - and was never claimed to be.


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