Jennifer Marsman

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  • Blog Post: Introduction to Windows Store app development for Android programmers

    My teammate Hanu and I presented a session at Build 2013 (all recordings from the conference are here ) that introduces Windows 8 development to Android developers.  Here is the official abstract: This session will help developers leverage their existing Android concepts to build Windows Store apps...
  • Blog Post: “Frank’s World” Build 2013 videos – Windows Store improvements

    My teammate Frank LaVigne created a video on the second day of Build 2013 .  Near the beginning, I talk a little bit about the improvements in the Windows Store for the Windows 8.1 release.  You can view the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Per58dCBb0 .   You can see Frank...
  • Blog Post: DevRadio webcast: Ashley Gullen on using Construct 2 to build amazing games for Windows 8

    I was very excited to speak with Ashley Gullen from Scirra as part of the Microsoft DevRadio series on Channel 9 .  Ashley demoed Construct 2 , an easy-to-use HTML5 game engine that allows anyone to create gaming apps for Windows 8, Windows Phone, and other platforms.  With this tool, you can...
  • Blog Post: DevRadio webcast: Patrick Godwin on “How I Wrote and Deployed a Cloud-Powered Windows 8 App in Six Days”

    I interviewed Patrick Godwin as part of the Microsoft DevRadio series on Channel 9 .  Patrick has a cool story, in that he is a student (at the University of Michigan – go blue!), and he wrote and deployed a Windows 8 app to the Windows Store in just six days with the help of Windows Azure Mobile...
  • Blog Post: Windows Store development for iOS developers

    NOTE: this event will live stream today and tomorrow (Dec 13-14) from 9-5pm Pacific time both days.  You can view the live stream at Channel 9 or the Verge .  The recordings will be available later at http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Windows-Camp/Windows-Store-App-Development-for-iOS-Developers...
  • Blog Post: DevRadio webcast: Jason Follas on developing a Windows 8 app

    I interviewed Jason Follas as part of the Microsoft DevRadio series on Channel 9 .  We had a great conversation about his applications Knave Defender and Knave 21 .  He demoed his apps (very cool card games!).  He discussed his HTML5/JavaScript code and the libraries that he found useful...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft DevRadio: Reasons Why You Should Develop a Windows 8 App

    I was recently interviewed by G. Andrew Duthie for Microsoft DevRadio .  We discussed reasons to develop a Windows 8 application.  This episode was inspired from my blog post on “ Why Would You Want to Develop a Metro Application for Windows 8? ”  It’s now live; enjoy!  --> Here...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Webcast Series on developing Metro apps for Windows 8

    Some of my teammates and I have created a series of one-hour talks on developing Metro apps for Windows 8. Recordings of this MSDN series are available using the links below. Don’t forget to download the Windows 8 Release Preview and Visual Studio 2012 RC so you can code along with us. Enjoy! ...
  • Blog Post: “Introduction to Windows 8 and the Windows Store” webcast

    I gave an introduction to Windows 8 development and the Windows Store in an hour-long webcast.  This webcast was part of an MSDN series, and is now published on Channel 9 .  Enjoy! Introduction to the Windows 8 Platform and the Windows Store Windows 8 is Windows re-imagined! Join this session...
  • Blog Post: Detroit Day of Azure–recordings

    I spoke at the Detroit Day of Azure on Saturday, March 24, 2012.  It was a great event; I highly recommend attending if they make it an annual tradition.  Some of the sessions were recorded:  Brent Stineman keynote on “When Where Why Cloud?”   Jennifer Marsman on "Azure 101"...
  • Blog Post: Windows Store video

    David Giard invited me to speak on his show Technology and Friends about the Windows Store.  You can view it below, or at http://technologyandfriends.com/SubText/archive/2012/05/07/tf211.aspx .  (Yes, I talk with my hands too much…hee hee!) To get started with writing apps for Windows 8, you...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to Multitouch Development in Silverlight–Video on Channel 9

    I recently published a new screencast on Channel 9 entitled “Introduction to Multitouch Development in Silverlight” at http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/Introduction-to-Multitouch-Development-in-Silverlight .  It’s a quick (5-minute) introduction to multitouch development in Silverlight.  I briefly...
  • Blog Post: "Technology and Friends” webcast on IE Pinned Sites

    The great David Giard asked me to be a guest on his webcast Technology and Friends .  I spoke on Internet Explorer pinned sites.  This episode is available online , and it was also shown on Ann Arbor’s Channel 17 TV!  The episode was really fun to record…we were in an actual television...
  • Blog Post: Integrating the Sensor and Location Platform

    I recently did an MSDN webcast on the Sensor and Location Platform in Windows 7. It’s a combination of PowerPoint, code, and demos. You can view it on Channel 9 at http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/Integrating-Sensor-and-Location-Support , or you can view it as an MSDN webcast (this will require LiveMeeting...
  • Blog Post: Murray State University Video – Interview Advice

    I recently had an opportunity to visit Murray State University in western Kentucky.  I was able to give tech talks to 3 classes, give a “Career Journey” talk to a STEM group, attend a WiT breakfast (with truly amazing food cooked by my wonderful host, Dr. Brenda Wilson ), and speak at the local...
  • Blog Post: Imagine Cup – Become an Industry Advisor

    The Imagine Cup is a student software competition run by Microsoft.  It’s similar to the Olympics in that there are a bunch of sub-competitions within it (the two biggest being the Software Design competition and the Game Design competition).  I sat down with David Giard to discuss the Imagine...
  • Blog Post: Technology and Friends: Windows 7 Development

    David Giard asked me to speak on another episode of Technology and Friends .  In this show, I’m speaking on Windows 7 Development, including the Sensor and Location Platform and multitouch development.  To get started with coding, you will need the Windows API Code Pack at http://code.msdn...
  • Blog Post: Ed & Ashley’s 5 Minute Show

    When I was at the PDC last fall, I was interviewed for “ Ed & Ashley’s 5 Minute Show ”.  Ed and Ashley are college students who interview women in technology on their video blog.  You can read about how they got started here .  On this show, we talk about Windows Azure and interviewing...
  • Blog Post: Video on Windows Workflow in .NET 4.0

    I spoke on Windows Workflow in .NET 4.0 at the Tulsa TechFest , and Shawn Weisfeld recorded my talk for INETA Live.  You can access it at http://www.drowningintechnicaldebt.com/ShawnWeisfeld/archive/2009/11/15/windows-workflow-in-.net-4.0-by-jennifer-marsman-tulsa.aspx . 
  • Blog Post: Video Killed the Radio Star

    Like many people, I love watching videos on the internet. Are you a consultant? Perhaps you can relate to this hilarious video on the vendor/client relationship . I am also a huge Harry Potter fan, and this “ A Very Potter Musical ” (created by students at the University of Michigan) is another shining...
  • Blog Post: Interview on Windows Azure, hosted by David Giard

    David Giard hosted me on his webcast series .  The topic was Windows Azure .  Links: http://www.davidgiard.com/2009/05/28/JenniferMarsmanOnWindowsAzure.aspx http://www.viddler.com/explore/dgiard/videos/135/
  • Blog Post: Building Applications with SQL Server 2008

    Yesterday I gave a webcast on developer functionality in SQL Server 2008.  I covered SQL Server spatial  support, T-SQL enhancements, Visual Studio integration, and SQL CLR.  Here is a link to the recording on LiveMeeting: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/mseventsbmo/view?id=1032402868&role...
  • Blog Post: Write your own games for the XBOX: XNA Development Videos

    Back in September, I did a series of webcasts for Code To Live on XNA Development, which allows you to create games for either the XBOX or your PC.  Check them out: Part 1: Getting Started with the XNA Framework Part 2: Differences Between Windows and XBOX Game Development Part 3: The Five Essential...
  • Blog Post: "Workplace of the Future" webcast is live!

    I've finished the "Workplace of the Future" video that I mentioned in a previous post .  The University of Michigan students discussed what the Workplace of the Future will look like, how mobile devices will play a role, and what they expect their employers to provide them.  Check...
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