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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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Matías Quaranta (@ealsur) shows Donovan Brown (@donovanbrown) how to do bulk operations with the Azure Cosmos DB .NET SDK to maximize throughput, and how to use the new Transactional Batch support to create atomic groups of operations.[0:02:21] - Demo: Batch API[0:06:32] - Demo: Bulk APIBulk import data to Azure Cosmos DB SQL API account by using the .NET SDKIntroducing Bulk support in the [Azure Cosmos DB] .NET SDKazure-cosmos-dotnet-v3/TransactionalBatch sample code (GitHub)Welcome to Azure Cosmos DBAzure Cosmos DB overviewCreate a free account (Azure) 
Romit Girdhar, Microsoft (@romitgirdhar) and Chinmay Joshi,Oracle join Lara Rubbelke to explain how to interconnect Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. The Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud interoperability partnership enables you to migrate and run mission-critical enterprise workloads across both clouds, seamlessly connecting Azure services, like Analytics and AI, to Oracle Cloud services, like Autonomous Database. Learn how you now have a one-stop shop for all the cloud services and applications you need to run your business.[0:06:45] - DemoOracle application solutions integrating Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (preview)Oracle and Microsoft Accelerate Enterprise Cloud Adoption ( up a direct interconnection between Azure and Oracle Cloud InfrastructureTutorial: Integrate Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console with Azure Active DirectoryAccelerate your cloud adoption with Microsoft and Oracle®Oracle and Microsoft Expand Their Multicloud Alliance to the London RegionCreate a free account (Azure)
This week, James is joined by friend of the show Dean Faizel, Microsoft Mobile Customer Advisory Team Engineer, who talks us through the best practices when using async and await for mobile development.Show Links:Docs - Asynchronous ProgrammingDocs - Xamarin Async SupportBlog - Getting Started with Async / AwaitSource CodeFind James on: Twitter, GitHub, Blog, and his weekly podcast Merge Conflict.Follow @JamesMontemagnoNever Miss an Episode: Follow @TheXamarinShowUseful Links:Learn more about Xamarin, Xamarin.Forms, & Cross-platform developmentXamarin Developer Center & BlogMicrosoft Learn Self-Guided TrainingCreate a Free Account (Azure)Xamarin Developers YouTube ChannelXamarin on Twitter 
In this episode of CodeStories, Seth Juarez joins local Cloud Advocate, Christopher Maneu, on a tour of the Microsoft office in Paris, his remote office,  and a scuba diving club.Learn how Christopher has automated a logbook with IoT Retrofitting the latest articles, documentation, and events from Microsoft.Source—the curated monthly developer community newsletter - sign up here:[03:02] - The Tech Scene in France.[05:12] - How did you get started working at Microsoft?[06:25] - How Christopher got into Tech.[07:18] - Tour of Christopher's home office and how he works from home.[08:21] - What does a Cloud Advocate do?[09:10] - Learn more about Christopher's scuba diving passion.[10:10] - Learn how Christopher merges his hobby of scuba diving with his experience in Tech.[11:59] - Learn more about IoT Retrofitting and the MXChip IoT DevKitLinks from this episode: IoT DevKit - Ignite the Tour - for Startups - Student Partner - Program - and subscribe at  to catch more from our Microsoft Ignite The Tour France stop.
Want to get started with Azure Data Studio ( but don't know where to begin?In this video, Anna Hoffman shows you how to get connected to Azure SQL Database for the first time using Azure Data Studio.[00:00] - Introduction[00:25] - Demo showing how to connect to Azure SQL Database from Azure Data Studio[02:16] - Wrap-up
Principal Software Engineer Larry Osterman shares some early Microsoft stories and tells us who would play him in a movie about Microsoft.Follow Misty on Twitter - Channel 9 On Twitter -[00:58] Microsoft hardware and software you wish would come back & why[01:50] If you could pair program with anyone, who would it be & why?[02:23] Being a programmer in the '90s[04:08] Dancing baby[04:11] Favorite dev setups[05:18] How Do You Pronounce It?[06:35] Y2K[08:47] Mythical Man Month & favorite tech books[10:46] Who would play you in a movie?[11:13] Early Microsoft story[14:01] Getting stuck on code[17:30] Favorite IDE extensions[18:50] Productivity hacks[21:05] Customizations in Visual Studio[22:00] Computers taking over the world[23:24] SkyNet, robots, and AI[24:50] Least favorite featureFollow Misty on Twitter - Channel 9 On Twitter - Visual Studio 2005: Encarta tour: Tech at #MSIgnite: *This episode was shot on a Canon ZR830 Mini DV Camcorder and then converted to digital.*#retrotech
In this fascinating episode, watch how Ofir Barzilay, Principal Engineering Manager for IoT Security, demonstrates a brute force attack ( on a Raspberry Pi IoT device connected to Azure IoT Hub. You will see how Ofir attacks the device to discover its password. Watch how he downloads a payload and infects the device. You will see him gain control over the device, connecting it to his command and control server to fully own it, showing how he can exploit it for crypto mining, DDOS and more. At the end of the demo, Ofir demonstrates how Azure Security Center for IoT has monitored, detected, and reported on the entire attack. He also shows how Azure Security Center for IoT leverages Microsoft Threat Intelligence to flag suspicious devices. Solution builders using Azure IoT security will sleep better after watching this show.For details on Azure Security Center for IoT, visit
Partly Cloudy is the show where you'll learn how to build a Xamarin.Forms app from scratch all the way through deploying it to the App Stores! Along the way you'll see some Azure goodness sprinkled in to make a fully enabled real-world mobile app.The sun is disappearing and clouds are moving in ... this episode we're talking all about Azure!Specifically, learn how to speed the response time up for when your mobile app users are no where near where you created your Azure resources. You'll learn about putting Content Delivery Networks (CDN) in front of Blob Storage to make those images download lightning fast! You'll also see how Azure Front Door enables your users to hit the Azure Function closest to them and provides worry-free fail over protection!Show Links:All the code for this episode is on GitHub here.Episode recap post.Create a FREE Azure accountAll about BLOB storageCDN overviewIntegrate a CDN into a BLOB storage accountAzure Cosmos DB global distribution conceptsAzure Front Door overviewCreate an Azure Front Door Microsoft Learn course for learning Xamarin.FormsMicrosoft Learn course for Azure StorageMicrosoft Learn course for creating a CDN with Azure StorageFind Matt on: Twitter, GitHub, and his BlogFollow @codemillmattUseful Links:Learn more about Xamarin, Xamarin.Forms, & Cross-platform developmentXamarin Developer Center & BlogMicrosoft Learn Self-Guided TrainingCreate a Free Account (Azure)Xamarin Developers YouTube ChannelXamarin on Twitter#XamarinForms #Xamarin #Azure #iOS #Android #AzureFunctions #AzureCognitiveServices #AppCenter #AzureFrontDoor
Azure machine learning datasets is our solution to manage your data for machine learning. With datasets, you can directly access data from multiple sources without incurring extra storage cost; load data for training and inference through unified interface and built in support for open source libraries; track your data in ML experiments for reproducibility.Re-Visit Your Favorite Part: [00:36] Overview[02:19] Demo: create datasets using studio UI[06:00] Demo: training with datasets using SDKLearn More: AML Datasets Intro GitHub Sample NotebookThe AI Show's Favorite links:Don't miss new episodes, subscribe to the AI Show  Create a Free account (Azure) Deep Learning vs. Machine Learning   Get Started with Machine Learning
In this episode, Serkant Karaca and Shubha Vijayasarathy from the Azure Event Hubs team join us to talk about how and when to use Azure Event Hubs as the messaging component in our .NET applications. They'll discuss use cases, cover topics like partitioning  and also show how to use the .NET SDK for Event Hubs.[01:06] - How is Event Hubs different from the other messaging options?[03:50] - How does Event Hubs relate to IoT Hub?[06:14] - Exploring an Event Hubs namespace in the Azure portal[08:33] - Sending events via the .NET SDK[17:40] - How do partitions work in Event Hubs?[23:11] - Receiving events via the .NET SDK Useful LinksAzure Event Hubs DocumentationEnable reliable messaging for Big Data applications using Azure Event HubsChoose between Azure messaging servicesAzure IoT DocumentationSend events to or receive events from Azure Event Hubs using .NET CoreMicrosoft.Azure.EventHubs NuGet package 
Join Jim Bennett, Microsoft Azure Cloud Advocate, ( to learn how to code geofencing applications with Visual Studio, Python, and Azure Maps. A geofence is a virtual boundary defining an area on a map. Using tools in Azure Maps, Jim demos how to test if a coordinate is inside or outside the Microsoft Redmond campus boundary. Jim explains why and how to manage a buffer around your geofence boundary. (Hint: GPS is not that accurate!) He also demos how to set a notification using a web hook and an Azure Logic App when a person or item enters or leaves a geofence area. Geofencing has many practical applications. It can be used to send an alert if an expensive piece of machinery leaves a construction site unexpectedly or to send a warning if a worker enters an unsafe location within a factory. Next steps:Step through the tutorial: Set up a geofence by using Azure MapsVisit Jim's blog on geofencing: are you where you should be?
Announcing .NET Core 3.0We just released some big changes to VS for Mac. Not only do we now have entirely native editors built on top of the shared Visual Studio core, but we also have brand new language services for XAML and an all new editing experience for web languages like CSS, HTML and JavaScript.
.NET Conf 2019 Keynote - Scott Hunter   Mads Torgersen   James Montemagno   Olia Gavrysh   Daniel Roth   Glenn Condron   Bri Achtman  Announcing .NET Core 3.0
A minimum viable product (MVP) allows you to obtain rapid feedback, and implement continuous and iterative improvements. When you put an MVP into production, however, you need to take the next step and make sure that you can respond effectively when problems inevitably arise. You need a minimum viable response plan. One that allows you to keep your MVP operational without burdening your team.In this talk, we'll discuss the full lifecycle of an incident, what it means to be robust versus resilient when building a response plan. And we'll help you determine who is on-call when, and for which kinds of problems. We'll also talk about notifications, escalations, and how to enable learning from each problem your service encounters. This will give you the basis of a minimum viable response plan, so you and your team have a baseline to start and continuously improve up.
Join James Montemagno, Maddy Leger, and David Ortinau as they show you a glimpse into the future of building beautiful mobile apps with world class tools with Xamarin.This session was recorded live at the Xamarin Developer Summit: July 11th-12th 2019 in Houston, TX.  The Xamarin Developer Summit is a premiere community-run, cross-platform, mobile developer conference, to learn more head to LinksLearn more about Xamarin, Xamarin.Forms, & Cross-platform developmentXamarin Developer Center & BlogMicrosoft Learn Self-Guided TrainingCreate a Free Account (Azure)Xamarin Developers YouTube ChannelXamarin on Twitter
Visual Studio 2019 and Visual Studio 2019 for Mac are now available for download on this keynote, Scott Hanselman meets with the people behind the product to talk about the key new and improved capabilities that make this the best release of Visual Studio yet.
See Visual Studio 2019 in action building modern, cross-platform web apps using ASP.NET Core 3.0 Preview.Visual Studio 2019 in action building modern, cross-platform web apps using ASP.NET Core 3.0 Preview.Download Visual Studio 2019 at
Learn about the new embedded server offer, Windows Server IoT 2019. Part of the Windows IoT solution, Server IoT securely handles large edge workloads, providing a gateway for information to the cloud.Learn more:https//
Baruch Sadogursky (@jbaruch),  Head of Developer Relations at JFrog, and Aaron Schlesinger (@arschles) - both passionate conference speakers and attendees - share their tips for navigating the sea of conferences. You'll learn why: Content + Networking = ROI (bigger isn't always better!), how to evaluate sessions, speakers, topics, and ways to prioritize the conferences you attend. Aaron and Baruch talk about going from attending sessions to presenting them, including advice for overcoming imposter syndrome, finding conferences that help first-time speakers, and what to include in your call for proposals (CFPs) submission.  Learn MoreCreate a Free Azure AccountRead Baruch's blog and see his past presentationsCheck out Presentation PatternsCheck out "The Ultimate Guide to Memorable Tech Talks" blog seriesWatch "How to Find and Host Community Meetups"Follow @jbaruchFollow @arschlesFollow @openatmicrosoft  
Mini Demo: Lock container registry repos and tags from being changed, deleted or even pulled with ACR tag locking.Azure Container Registry (ACR)Lock a container image in an Azure container registryContainer Lifecycle with ACR TasksContainer Deployment with ACR Helm ReposCreate a free account (Azure)
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