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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.
 
SQL Server Radio is a Podcast for SQL Server DBAs, database developers, architects, system administrators, and anyone else who is interested in the Microsoft SQL Server platform and the Microsoft data platform in general. As the data world changes, we also occasionally talk about other platforms and services like Azure and Amazon cloud services, Elastic Search, Hadoop, MongoDB, Machine Learning, and much more.
 
The PowerScripting Podcast is for people learning and using Windows PowerShell. In each episode we bring you interviews from the heart of the PowerShell community. We also bring you tips, tricks, one-liner's and gotchas that we discover, as well as those submitted by listeners. We talk about scripting in PowerShell and ways to make your job "a little easier." We have heard PowerShell described as "the future of Windows administration" so the time to start learning it is now! Your feedback is ...
 
First this series gives you the tools you need to troubleshoot Microsoft Azure yourself. Next, common issues will be presented and solved. If you are unable to solve the issue on your own, you'll have all the necessary data to expedite the troubleshooting process when you contact Microsoft support. This series builds on the different series which present the architecture of the different Microsoft Azure features such as Cloud Services and Web Sites. Finally, you can use this information to f ...
 
A sassy, savvy, sophisticated discussion of the commercialization of the body that offers information and solutions for exercise programming and best practices. If you want to move past the same old magazine headlines and so called "easy plans" and develop a 'can-do' attitude with a body you can depend on - this podcast is for you! Injuries, surgeries, lack of movement, acquired birthdays - WELCOME... now let's get.....uncovered!
 
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This week, James is joined by Dmitry Lyalin and Tim Miller who show off the latest and greatest in XAML Hot Reload technology with the new "changes only" mode that saves the state of your running application! Check it out! Show Links: XAML Hot Reload Documentation Live Visual Tree Documentation Visual Studio Release Notes Follow @JamesMontemagno Ne…
 
In this episode of Data Exposed, Manoj Raheja shows us how to seamlessly integrate with Azure Data Explorer from Apache Spark for Azure Synapse Analytics. [01:13] Azure Data Explorer Overview [02:52] Azure Data Explorer connector for Azure Synapse [05:20] Demo [09:20] Getting started Resources: Connect to Azure Data Explorer using Apache Spark for …
 
When organisations are embarking on their Cloud Adoption Journey one of the things that they need to establish is a landing zone, or environment where their servers, workloads, resources can live when hosted within Azure. It's almost the equivalent to building out a new physical datacentre, you need things like network subnets, security roles, stor…
 
How do you test the security of your applications? Carl and Richard chat with Kim Carter about purpleteam, an open-source library for testing web applications as part of your CI/CD pipeline. Kim talks about OWASP in general and yes, SQL injection (and injection in general) is still the number one security risk - but there are plenty more. Don't be …
 
Putting together a demo or a simple proof of concept for your Vision AI at the edge project has become pretty simple. But bringing this project to pilot then to production can be daunting. Mahesh Yadav joins Olivier on this new episode to introduce the open source project VisionOnEdge which gives you all you need to rapidly get your project to a pr…
 
Victoria Almazova joins David Blank-Edelman to discuss DevSecOps practices on Azure - what it is, why it's so important, and how you can implement DevSecOps processes for your team. ✅ Resources: Well-Architected Framework Security pillar ​ Azure Well-Architected Review ​ Secure DevOps DevSecOps in Azure​ Secure DevOps Kit for Azure ​ Secure Azure p…
 
Our customers have been wanting some more basic, getting started material on taking their on prem applications and moving them to the cloud. This video series does just that. Starting with a simple on prem solution, lifting and shifting and slowly evolving the app through its many stages until it is a 100% cloud native app. Episode 6 will move the …
 
A severe set of exploits have hit the on-premises Exchange server world. Richard talks to Tony Redmond about the so-called Hafnium exploits, a collection of four zero-day exploits that can allow an attacker to run arbitrary code on Exchange servers visible to the internet. Exchange Online is not affected, and it appears that on-premises Exchange se…
 
.NET MAUI is the evolution of Xamarin.Forms and a major aspect of the upcoming .NET 6 release. In this episode, Maddy Leger comes on the show to tell us what .NET MAUI is and what to expect as we get closer to the release. [01:15] - What is MAUI? [06:12] - What’s migration path for Xamarin.Forms developers? [07:37] - Will there be a VS Code experie…
 
In this 403rd episode, contrary to what it seems, you aren’t forbidden from learning about the latest Microsoft Azure Outage, some Microsoft cloud-related news, our usual picks, and a fantastic pick from one of our listeners! News Azure Cosmos DB Conf Compare AWS and Azure services to Google Cloud RIP Cortana: Microsoft Silences Digital Assistant O…
 
Mike Hall shows Scott Hanselman how his team built a self-balancing robot using Azure Sphere and Azure RTOS that can be controlled and updated remotely from Azure IoT Central. In addition, the robot supports deferred updates for the OS and applications, which ensures the robot is in a safe position before initiating an update. [0:00:00]– Introducti…
 
Power Apps is a low-code solution that allows you to build custom business apps that connect to business data stored in various online and on-premises data sources. In this episode, Christos chats with Greg Hurlman to show us how to add our Web APIs as connects to PowerApps. [00:54] - What are PowerApps? [02:02] - Can any Web API work with PowerApp…
 
What is the impact of Artificial Intelligence on the environment? Carl and Richard talk to Amber McKenzie about her examination of resource consumption when creating machine learning models. As Amber explains, using ML models is not particularly resource-intensive, but creating them is - which leads to a discussion about using technologies like tra…
 
What is Azure Purview, and how can it help you with data governance? Richard chats with Laurie Litwack about the preview version of Azure Purview. Laurie discusses how Purview focuses on an overall view of data in an organization - collecting metadata about data wherever it is stored. That means collecting information about data in databases, file …
 
Popups can be annoying, but not the Xamarin Community Toolkit ones! In this video we will learn from Andrew, master of popups, how to use the newly implemented popups in your Xamarin.Forms app. In part 2 of this video we will learn how we can detect a so-called light dismiss and how to return results from a closed pop-up. Show Links: Xamarin Commun…
 
In this episode with Gaston Cruz, he'll show you the options to process Azure Analysis Services models (Semantic Layer) connecting to an Azure SQL DB as a data source (using SSDT), and then create an architecture using a Service Principal account to process the model (DB, Tables, Partitions) in an automatic way deploying an Azure Logic Apps, and th…
 
In this episode, AC & CJ talk to Larry St-Pierre from ShareGate about their recent report, State of Microsoft 365 - Migration, Modernization, and Security in 2021! Guest Laurent (Larry) St-Pierre - Community Enablement Manager, ShareGate @laurent_sp State of Microsoft 365 - Migration, Modernization, and Security in 2021 News SharePoint Framework v1…
 
How is Visual Studio working for you? Carl and Richard chat with Mads Kristensen about his new role on the Visual Studio feedback team - not that he's ever far from VS extensions! With a dash of home automation thrown in, Mads talks about how you can provide feedback to the Visual Studio team, and how that feedback is part of the continuous develop…
 
Are your teams secure? Richard chats with Tobias Zimmergren about securing Office 365 Teams - both internally and externally! The challenge of Teams collaboration is the risk of sharing too much - and as Tobias says, by default, everyone can see everything. Certain teams in your organization, like HR, legal, and RnD, have to limit who can see their…
 
In this 401st episode, AC and CJ catch up on the latest Azure AD outage and other recent news. Banter We are the Microsoft Excel product team. We build cool stuff like XLOOKUP, Sheet Views, and lambda in Excel. AMA! Announcing ShareGate’s State of Microsoft 365: Migration, modernization, and security in 2021 News SharePoint Framework v1.12 - What’s…
 
Where would you like your Mongo? Carl and Richard chat with James Kovacs and Rachelle Palmer about the latest at MongoDB, the open-source document database. While MongoDB's origins are in open web projects, today it is very popular with the enterprise development crowd and so the libraries for Java and C# are excellent. The conversation also turns …
 
What's the right way to migrate SQL workloads to the cloud? Richard chats with Anna Hoffman about the expanding array of choices we have today for moving your SQL Server to Azure. Anna talks about the great support for running SQL Server in an Azure Virtual Machine - and why that sometimes makes the most sense for folks! Then there's moving into Az…
 
In this 400th episode, AC and CJ reflect on the last 7+ years of the Microsoft Cloud show. News Episode 1 | Introducing the Show Episode 2 | Introducing the Show Hosts - (Part 1) Andrew Connell Episode 3 | Introducing the Show Hosts - (Part 2) Chris Johnson Episode 67 | Catching up on Cloud News & Interview with Arpan Shah Episode 128 | Future of S…
 
How does your IT career evolve? Richard chats with Michael Levan about his career journey and some ideas of how your career can evolve as well! The conversation starts out at the help desk, where many IT folks get started, interacting with the various applications in the organization as well as the staff. Michael talks about thinking more broadly a…
 
In this 399th episode, AC & CJ recap the most recent Microsoft Ignite conference, the first of multiple in 2021? Only the future will tell! News Microsoft Ignite 2021 Book of News Microsoft Ignite Microsoft Ignite 2021 Live Stream Microsoft Mesh Innovate across hybrid and multicloud with new Azure Arc capabilities Azure Percept | Edge Computing Sol…
 
Check out the episode where we start movements to change the way everyone writes T-SQL code, and/or deliver data platform meetups! And we also talk about a bunch of other stuff as well. Relevant Links: Join the SQL Server Community Slack and our new channel #SQLServerRadio ! Ask Us Anything: Database Performance Tuning and Optimization | Data Platf…
 
Developers can use the Developer Community website to provide feedback to the Visual Studio team. PM Mads Kristensen shows us how the Developer Community has been upgraded and improved to make it easier to interact with the engineering team. For more information, check out the Visual Studio blog.By Robert Green, Leslie Richardson [MSFT]
 
How can Elasticsearch help you? Carl and Richard talk to Steve Gordon, who recently moved to Elastic to work on the .NET clients. Steve talks about how Elasticsearch can act as a data store as well as work with existing databases and non-relational data to provide awesome search capabilities to your applications. And not just for search bars - ther…
 
Everyone needs source control! Richard chats with Nicole Stevens about what IT Pros need to know around source control. Normally the purview of developers, source control is useful anywhere you have text that needs to be stored, versioned, and protected. Nicole talks about how you can use GitHub in a private repository to manage your own scripts - …
 
AC and CJ geek out on the Mars rover landing this week, discuss Apples M1 malware and SSD issues and dive into Azure, M365 and Edge news. Banter M1 Macs face first recorded malware M1 Mac owners are experiencing extremely high SSD writes over short periods of time, likely thanks to aggressive swap News Mars 2020 Mission: Perseverance Rover See Mars…
 
Do you have apps that need to move to .NET 5? Carl and Richard talk to Mark Rendle about his work on Visual Recode, which started out as a migration tool for WCF to gRPC, but has evolved to deal with the migration to .NET 5 challenges. Mark talks about how older WCF apps can often move to gRPC pretty easily, but moving the app has other problems, l…
 
What happens when our most private thoughts are ransomed? Richard talks to Sami Laiho about the Vastaamo Ransomware hack. Sami talks about how the hacker succeeded over months to steal private healthcare records, including transcripts of therapy sessions, and then attempted to ransom the company to get the data back. When the company refused to pay…
 
This week, AC is joined by fellow MVP’s Julie Turner & Marc Anderson of Sympraxis to talk about the current state and what they see the next year holds in store for Microsoft 365. Guest Marc Anderson - Founder & President, Sympraxis Consulting @sympmarc Julie Turner - Partner & CTO, Sympraxis Consulting @jfj1997…
 
Teams is extensible - wanna write some code? Carl and Richard talk to Hilton Giesenow about his work building Teams extensions - and there are a lot of options! The conversation starts out focusing on what Teams can do for you, which is to be the portal into collaboration at work. Hilton talks about the huge array of extensibility options for Teams…
 
Secrets Management ships for PowerShell! Richard chats with Sydney Smith who is the product manager for Secrets Management about how this PowerShell extension helps you access and manage multiple key stores in your organization and provides secrets for your PowerShell scripts. Sydney talks about how the development process of Secrets Management was…
 
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