Channel 9 To Live-Stream Visual Studio Live!
Amanda Silver's opening keynote on the Open Microsoft Developer Platform, along with a slew of other selected developer sessions, will be live-streamed during next week's conference at the Microsoft campus.
- By Michael Domingo
Taking a week off from the daily development grind is a luxury for most developers. So here's some good news for those who've ever wanted to attend Visual Studio Live! but have a hard time justifying the cost and time commitment: Next week, Microsoft's "Channel 9 will live-stream the main Microsoft keynotes and then select sessions on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. The recorded sessions wil then be archived on the site for several months following the event, according to Brent Sutton, 1105 Media Vice President of ECG Events. (1105 Media is the parent company of Visual Studio Magazine.)
When the sessions go live, they'll be available at this link on the Channel 9 site. The live-stream will originate from the main keynote hall, which means viewers will be able to see/hear Microsoft's Amanda Silver as she dives into some of the details of the new Open Microsoft Developer Platform. As well, a list of selected sessions that will be recorded are in this blog on the VSLive! site and includes previews of Visual Studio '15', running Windows 10 on a Raspberry Pi, and running devops smoothly through the Visual Studio Team Services tools, to name a few.
To see what you're going to miss out on at next week's Visual Studio Live! conference, a full session is here.
Here are ten more links I've run across that might be useful to you, in no particular order and definitely not conforming to any particular theme:
Quickly add a reference to a NuGet packages in Visual Studio 2015 (Daily .NET Tips) -- A lightbulb just went on in my code
Azure App Service - Configure Error Alert Rules (C# Corner) -- Emailing those Azure issue alerts in
Is fork() as horrible as it looks? (reddit) -- Tools are what you make of them
What's Cool for Devs in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update (Channel 9) -- You had me at Windows Hello
7 Ways to Look at the Values of Variables While Debugging in Visual Studio (Microsoft Application Lifecycle Management) -- Just straight debugging tips for inspecing variables on the fly
IntelliJ: Deploy Java Web Apps to Azure (Microsoft Azure) -- Gpt a second? Good, that's all you need to deploy Java Web Apps from IntelliJ
Dotnet EF Migrations for ASP.NET Core (Ben Cull's Blog) -- Solving those persnickety Class problems
.NET Platform Standard and the magic of "imports" (infosupport) -- Explaining the difference between .NET Platform Standard and the Platform Class Library
Using Visual Studio Code and the PowerShell extension behind a proxy (SQLblog) -- No proxy can stop these extensions, if you have the key
How Can You Manage Developers Distributed Across Multiple Projects? (Ask Slashdot) -- Old question, new times
Know of an interesting link, or does your company have a new or updated product or service targeted at Visual Studio developers? Tell me about it at [email protected].
Michael Domingo is a long-time software publishing veteran, having started up and managed several developer publications for the Clipper compiler, Microsoft Access, and Visual Basic. He's also managed IT pubs for 1105 Media, including Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine and Virtualization Review before landing his current gig as Visual Studio Magazine Editor in Chief. Besides his publishing life, he's a professional photographer, whose work can be found by Googling domingophoto.