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Istanbul Azure Meetup DevOps Buluşması


Sunumdaki örnek: https://github.com/OguzPastirmaci/vsts-dockerhub-dockercloud-azure Sunumda bahsedilen örnekler: Microsoft teknolojileri ile : https://github.com/Microsoft/PartsUnlimitedMicrosoft dışı teknolojiler ile : https://github.com/Microsoft/PartsUnlimitedMRPwww.meetup.com/Istanbul-Azure-Meetup Istanbul Azure Meetup olarak her ay yaptığımız buluşmalardan Eylül 2016'daki DevOps buluşmasının video kaydı...


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 07 September 2016  2h30m
 
 

Skype Bot Hackathon


In June of 2016, we hosted our very first Skype Bot Hackathon in our Palo Alto office where participants worked to develop bots for Skype utilizing Microsoft's Bot Framework.


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 07 September 2016  2m
 
 

Tuesdays with Corey: New functionality in Azure Portal! | Tuesdays With Corey


Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team goes rogue and comes in on a long weekend to cover off some coolness and new functionality in the Azure Portal. Don't forget - we're always looking for Suggestions and Questions here in the comments section OR via twitter #AzureTwC...


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 06 September 2016  12m
 
 

Device to device communication using Azure IoT Hub


Connecting IoT Core devices to Azure:https://blogs.windows.com/buildingapps/2015/12/09/windows-iot-core-and-azure-iot-hub-putting-the-i-in-iotBuilding Secure Apps for Windows IoT Core:https://blogs.windows.com/buildingapps/2016/07/20/building-secure-apps-for-windows-iot-core


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 06 September 2016  16m
 
 

ASP.NET Monsters #63: Model Binding in ASP.NET Core | ASP.NET Monsters


Action parameters in ASP.NET Core MVC are automatically populated for you (as best they can be by the default model binder) from the incoming request using a series of conventions. You can bind primitives and complex types, lists, and even lists of complex types. Join Monster James as he walks through all of these concepts. Be sure to check out our previous episode on routing, which explains the premise of route tokens discussed in this video. Follow @aspnetmonsters


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 06 September 2016  17m
 
 

TWC9: Predator 21" Notebook, App Dev on Xbox, 10k Apart, Sell VSTS Extensions and more... | This Week On Channel 9


This week on Channel 9, returning guest hosts Scott Klein and Robert Green discuss the week's top developer news, including; [00:51] New Dev Center Capabilities [Bernardo Zamora][01:38] App Dev on Xbox On-Demand[02:35] How MonoGame is bringing more indie developers to Xbox One [Paul Acevedo][03:35] New C# 7.0 features in Visual Studio “15” Preview 4 [Mads Torgersen][05:04] Sell Visual Studio Team Services extensions [Mathew Aniyan][05:42] Announcing MSTest V2 Framework support for .NET Core 1...


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 03 September 2016  20m
 
 

Writing Your First Windows 10 App


So you've just installed Visual Studio - now what? Follow this quick video tutorial to build your first UWP app for Windows 10, and your computer will be talking to you in no time. Learn more about developing UWP apps with Visual Studio at http://aka.ms/DevelopWindows10.


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 02 September 2016  2m
 
 

Azure Redis Cache Best Practices | Azure Friday


In this video we will look at some of the best practices on how should you pick the right Redis Cache offering for your use case.https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/cache-faq/


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 02 September 2016  7m
 
 

A Linear Method for Non-Linear Work: Our Data Science Process


All data scientists have some sort of a process to move a project from initial customer contact through to successful completion. Often, this is not formally documented, though we can point out when we are being asked to take short cuts that process, even if we haven't described the steps to our customers.In this talk, John Ehrlinger (Data Scientist, Algorithm & Data Science team) walks us through the 7 step process for data science detailing how data science works along the way...


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 01 September 2016  22m
 
 

Loading data into Azure SQL Datawarehouse with Redgate Data Platform Studio


In this introduction, David Bick and Tom Hodgson from Redgate walk through Redgate Data Platform Studio and show how it can be used to load existing data into Azure SQL Data Warehouse. For more information on Azure SQL Data Warehouse, see: Homepage A First Look at Azure SQL Data WarehouseAzure SQL Data Warehouse with Matt Usher To find out more about Redgate Data Platform Studio, see their homepage.


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 01 September 2016  12m