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Pluralsight app for me too, it got me to renew my lapsed account with them - so everyone's a winner!
I really like the Tab Turn feature of window 8.
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I love modernnote. I'm also loving the new Skype app
What really love is IIS8 and that I can have multiple sites with HTTPS binding for different host headers. That was my pain in IIS 7.5 and I had to use different ports. Now on Server 2012 and IIS8 all is working as it should.
With the release of Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8, Internet Information Services (IIS) 8.0 has added support for the WebSocket Protocol.
This is great for SignalR and other systems that can use WebSockets:
IIS8 have many good benefit like securuty, and speed. I try other type of IIS and can see the the IIS8 is the best choice with windows server 2012
Don't forget that if you're not a fan of WIndows 8, Windows 2012 also makes a good day to day workstation for our development needs. The team at www.win2012workstation.com have a great guide to tweaking Windows 2012 for this purpose.
danmaharry AT gmail DOT com
Turning off the GUI to save server resources.
chris AT chawkins DOT net
I like Active Directory Recycle Bin feature.
Active Directory Recycle Bin helps minimize directory service downtime by enhancing your ability to preserve and restore accidentally deleted Active Directory objects without restoring Active Directory data from backups, restarting Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), or rebooting domain controllers.
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Thanks for that, just passed it this morning.
from right to left
1. Dave Sussman - Beginning Access 2002 VBA; Beginning ASP 3.0; Beginning Access 97 VBA Programming; Beginning Access 2000 VBA; Beginning ASP.Net 1.1 with Visual C# .Net 2003; Professional ASP.Net 1.1; ADO.Net and System.XML v2.0 - The Beta Version; ASP.Net 1.1 insider Solutions; ASP.Net Distributed Data Applications; ASP.Net v 2.0 the Beta Version; Beginning ASP.Net 1.0; Professional ASP.Net 1.0
2. Richard Costall - Professional MSMQ: Microsoft Message Queue Programming
3. Penny Coventry - Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Inside Out; Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 Step by Step; Exploring Microsoft SharePoint 2013: New Features; Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Step by Step; Microsoft Sharepoint Foundation 2010 Inside Out; Microsoft SharePoint Services 3.0 Step By Step; Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007 Step by Step; Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 Step By Step; Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010 Step by Step; Microsoft SharePoint 2010: Business Connectivity Services
4. Mike Halsey - Troubleshoot and Optimize WIndows 8 Inside Out; Configuring Windows 8: Exam Ref 70-867; Windows 8: Out of the Box; Troubleshooting windows 7 Inside Out: The Ultimate, In-depth Troubleshooting Reference; Beginning Windows 8; Windows 7 Inside Out; Microsoft Office365 Security Essentials
5. Peter Foot - Microsoft Mobile Development Handbook; Windows Phone 7 Development With Microsoft Silverlight Step by Step
The one sitting down on the right of the video is Dave Sussman, who's most recent book is ASP.NET 2.0 Illustrated, but he's written loads of others: http://ipona.com/books/
As for the others, I haven't a clue but I'm going to guess that at least one is a SQL Server MVP
Do I get any points for telling you who they're not?
Mr. Peter - Windows Phone
Mr. Mike Halsey - Troubleshooting Windows 7 Inside Out
Mrs. Penelope - Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer
Mr. Dave - ASP.NET 2.0 Illustrated
Mr. Richard James - Silverlight and MVC3
Not sure my previous comment got submitted properly, if it didn't then here's the link again:
Looks like my original comment did get lost. Here's the background again - this is a customisable card which lets me send specific links to different people - the text and video can be customised. It's hosted on Azure Websites and written using Visual Studio 2012, ASP.NET MVC 4, Twitter Bootstrap and jQuery. I'm hoping to use it every year and improve on it each time. Being seasonal it's a good one for Azure hosting.