A serie of webcasts dedicated to Visual Studio 2010
Backstage at Keynote Rehearsals, TechEd Australia | TechNet Edge
As it turns out, if you carry a camera and act like you know what you’re doing, you can go pretty much anywhere at a conference. This time, I wandered in during keynote rehearsals, and got a sneak peek at what attendees were going to see. Windows 7, Office and Visual Studio 2010, and more were on display, including, most disturbingly, Nick Hodge’s Win7 tattoo.
Ins and Outs on Windows Phone 7
Mathijs talks about what’s hot in WP7, including the user-experience, developing for WP7 and the WP7 marketplace. Mathijs is a Developer Evangelist at Microsoft and has been using Windows Phone 7 for over 6 months now.
Web sites on Windows Azure | TechNet Video
Windows Azure Web Sites is a simple and powerful hosting platform that allows developers to easily build and rapidly deploy web applications on Windows Azure using their favorite languages, frameworks, and tools. We will demonstrate how you can use this new technology to build, deploy, and run everything from classic ASP sites to modern ASP.NET MVC 4 web applications using both new and familiar tools including Visual Studio 2010, Visual Studio 2012, and WebMatrix.
From Application to Infrastructure: Automating Deployment and Hyper-V | TechNet Edge
This screencast demonstrates how close we are to implementing a dynamic datacenter with current, released products. It shows how the SML models generated by Visual Studio can be parsed by Powershell, which then uses the information to deploy virtual machines for the required infrastructure out of a template library. The library and placement are managed by System Center. Powershell is also used to deploy the application modules on the virtual infrastructure and configure them.
In summary, you can automate the deployment of an application and its infrastructure without touching a server.
TechNet Radio: How Microsoft IT Uses Visual Studio Team Foundation Server to Improve IT Processes | TechNet Edge
Join this TechNet Radio session to hear about the tools and benefits of using Microsoft Visual Studio Team System 2008 Foundation Server for the IT engineering process. We describe the Microsoft IT long-term vision to adopt Team Foundation Server, a suite of engineering tools to facilitate planning, development, and project management activities.