יום שלישי, יוני 15, 2010
Microsoft released all the TechED 2010 North America – New Orleans (June 7-11th) Videos & PPTs ! Of course you need to go video by video in order to download them… So to save you the time… I’ve prepared a list of direct links to the videos, ppts high resolution and low plus the mp4 version. Note that the PPTs+High Quality Videos download size is 81gb ! Enjoy ! TechEd 2010 Presentations TechEd 2010 Videos TechEd 2010 High Quality Videos TechEd 2010...
יום חמישי, נובמבר 19, 2009
Channel 9 just published a Silverlight 4 Training which includes hands-on-labs, a video and a whitepaper designed to help you learn about the new features in Silverlight 4 ! The training is focused on three major areas: Enabling Business Application Development Empowering Richer Experiences Moving Beyond the Browser Silverlight 4 now includes cool features like Printing, WebCam and Microphone support, custom right-click, rich text, HTML support and access to local files with trusted applications. Check it out over here
PDC videos are starting to show up… keep an eye on http://microsoftpdc.com/Videos The quality of the videos type WMVHIGH is very good although the files might consume large amount of storage for ones who will try to download them all. Let the HOME PDC BEGIN ! Any chance to send home PDC attendees also a new tablet ?
יום שלישי, נובמבר 17, 2009
Cool ! – live streaming ! http://microsoftpdc.com/
יום חמישי, אוקטובר 22, 2009
Visual Studio 2010 & .NET Framework 4 Training Kit The October preview of the Visual Studio 2010 & .NET Framework 4 Training Kit which has content that had been tested with Beta 2 is ready for download. Download: Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 Training Kit Training Course on Channel 9 Channel 9 launches an online learning center that will play host to developer focused training courses created by developers for developers. The videos and labs, with links to extensive training kits, will get you started on hands-on-learning...
יום שלישי, אפריל 7, 2009
So I’ve attended the 2nd ALT.NET conference in Israel and I took my video cam with me… although its a HD Cam (SONY HDR-SR7) i could not find a place to host the HD videos in and had to downgrade them to WMV to be able to upload them to YouTube. (don’t mention MS Silverlight streaming as it has a problem with files larger then 100meg ! – can you make a 1hr or HD movie smaller then 100meg ? I DONT THINK SO !) Update: Due to youtube 10min limitation… the movies had been rejected… moving to...