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  • Blog Post: Official Publication of Creating Windows Azure Applications with Visual Studio Videos

    Though they were previewed earlier this month, we have now officially released the first of Windows Azure series of How Do I videos. Below you find a list of the videos that have been created, along with links to their location in the How Do I Video library . The Developing Windows Azure Applications...
  • Blog Post: HDI Video: Generate from Usage in Visual Studio 2010 with Karen Liu

    Karen Liu, the Lead Program Manager for the Visual C# and Visual Basic IDEs, has created a new video on Generate from Usage (GFU), a feature found in Visual Studio 2010, Beta 2. This post recaps what is included in the video, including the sections that show how GFU can be used to enhance test first...
  • Blog Post: CSharp “How Do I Videos (Podcasts)” for the Zune Software

    It can be handy to create custom RSS feeds for the Zune so that it is easy to download and watch selected videos. You can watch these videos either on your PC, or on the Zune itself. Here is a custom feed I created that contains all the new C# 4.0 language and IDE How Do I Videos , plus a selection of...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence LVI

    Welcome to the fifty-sixth community convergence. As you probably know by now, Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 has been released on MSDN and will be available to the general public on Wednesday, October 21, 2009. I’ve worked with the team to create a wide range of technical material designed to support this...
  • Blog Post: CodeRush Xpress 9.2 Ships

    The free CodeRush Xpress from DevExpress provides C# and VB developers with powerful extensions to Visual Studio. These features include editing and refactoring tools that make it easier for you to quickly produce well designed code. Version 9.2 of CodeRush Xpress, which shipped on August 25, 2009, has...
  • Blog Post: Recent Videos from the C# Team (2008-2009)

    Here is a selection of videos created between July, 2008 and July, 2009 by members of the C# team at Microsoft: C# 4.0 Meet the Design Team : Anders Hejlsberg, Eric Lippert , et al Error Checking Feature in Visual Studio Service Pack 1 : DJ Park Inside C# 4.0 - Dynamic Typing, Optional Params, Variance...
  • Blog Post: Jeff Richter Video on Asynchronous Programming and his Power Threading Library

    I recently had the chance to sit down with Jeff Richter and discuss his Power Threading Library. This library provides a simple technique for handling asynchronous development. By making clever use of C# Iterators , Jeff is able to make asynchronous code looks as though it is synchronous code the executes...
  • Blog Post: Anders Hejlsberg Video on C# Dynamic

    In this Channel 9 video C# architect Anders Hejlsberg answers some commonly asked questions about the new Dynamic features that will be included in C# 4.0. Building on the talk that he gave at PDC, Anders chats with C# Community PM Charlie Calvert. They discuss questions that community members have asked...
  • Blog Post: Video: New Error Checking Feature in Visual Studio Service Pack 1

    In this 12 minute video I talk with C# IDE PM DJ Park about a new feature in Visual Studio 2008 Service Pack 1 beta called Live Semantic Errors or Squiggles. This feature gives an increased level of live feedback on potential errors that might be found in your code. In the past, many of these errors...
  • Blog Post: Anders Hejlsberg Film Festival: The C# and other VS Language Teams at the Movies

    It's a bit rainy and snowy today in Redmond. What an excellent time to curl up by the fire and watch a movie! Here are some suggestions. Videos by Anders Anders Hejlsberg, Herb Sutter, Erik Meijer, Brian Beckman: Software Composability and the Future of Languages Anders on LINQ and Functional Programming...
  • Blog Post: Video of Luke Hoban's In-Depth Look at C# 3.0

    Last fall in Barcelona, Spain two PM's from the C# team gave talks on key parts of the new LINQ technology found in Visual Studio 2008: Luca Bolognese : LINQ to SQL: Accessing Relational Data with Language Integrated Query Luke Hoban : Microsoft Visual C# Under the Covers: An In-Depth Look at C# 3.0...
  • Blog Post: LINQ and Deferred Execution Video

    Here is a video version of the Deferred Execution post I published on December 9. You can watch the video on SoapBox , or you can access it directly from the Microsoft Downloads site . To download the video, just right click on this link and choose Save target as or Save link as from the popup menu....
  • Blog Post: LINQ to SQL Pipeline Video with Luca Bolognese and Matt Warren

    C# Principal Architect Matt Warren and Lead PM Luca Bolognese detail the pipeline that hastens your LINQ queries to execution. Matt did most of the design and implementation of this code. His explanations are vivid and useful. The drawings are well organized, well executed, and clearly explained. Matt...
  • Blog Post: LINQ to SQL Introductory Video

    This video shows the basic steps required to create a LINQ to SQL video using Visual Studio 2008 Beta 1 (aka as Orcas Beta 1). You will be introduced to following concepts: Using the LINQ to SQL designer to map data in your database to classes in your program. Generating a DataContext used to connect...
  • Blog Post: Videos

    I'm trying to pull together lists of available C# videos. I'll be working on this list over time, but here are few preliminary pointers. Luca at Tech Ed 2007: ( The .NET Language Integrated Query (LINQ) Framework (Level 300) ) Anders at Mix (You can just right click on this link to save it to disk.)...
  • Blog Post: LINQ Farm: Videos on One-to-Many Relationships and Joins

    This is the second in a series of videos on LINQ to SQL in pre-release versions of Visual Studio Orcas. Two movies are featured in this post: The first shows how to work with one-to-many relationships And the second shows how create joins. Both of these videos feature code shown in the LINQ...
  • Blog Post: Anders Hejlsberg on LINQ and Functional Programming

    In this video interview, Anders Hejlsberg, the chief architect of C#, describes features in the next release of C#, code named Orcas. Anders first describes how LINQ solves the impedance mismatch between the code that lives on a database server and the code we write with standard programming languages...
  • Blog Post: Charlie Calvert's Technical Blog Index

    This is index to the various technical posts I have created for this blog. As I add to each section, I will update this page. At this time I have two series of posts going, one on LINQ , and one on generics . I intend to keep working on both sections, and to add to the general posts. Other C# related...
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