Devops For ASP.NET Developers Pt. 3 – Work Item Tracking | On .NET

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Being able to visualize the work ahead is an integral part to the success of any software project. With Azure Boards, you can quickly and easily start tracking tasks, features, and bugs associated with your project.  In part 3 of our DevOps For ASP.NET Developers series, Abel and Jeremy how to get started with Agile […]

DevOps For ASP.NET Developers Pt.2 – Source Control | On .NET

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When using Azure Repos you have the option of choosing from centralized version control with TFVC or distributed version control with Git. In part 2 of our DevOps For ASP.NET Developers series, Abel and Jeremy explain the difference between these two options and show how we can get started with Azure Repos. They will walk […]

DevOps For ASP.NET Developers Pt.1 – What is DevOps? | On .NET

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DevOps is the union of people, process, and products to enable continuous delivery of value to our end users. Azure DevOps is everything you need to turn an idea into a working piece of software. In this first episode of the DevOps for ASP.NET Developers series, Abel and Jeremy introduce us the benefits of DevOps. […]

Why is the PIN for Windows Hello more secure than a password? | One Dev Question

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How can a Windows Hello PIN be more secure than a password? We asked Dana Huang, Director of Engineering for Windows Security, to find out how this works. Interesting stuff, with lots more info at http://msft.social/e1XPns Why is the PIN for Windows Hello more secure than a password? | One Dev Question Source: MSDN Channel […]

What can I build today with Azure Mixed Reality Services? | One Dev Question

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We are back with Neena Kamath for this One Dev Question. Listen to some of the real world experiences that are possible with Azure Spatial Anchors. For more info on Azure Spatial Anchors, visit https://aka.ms/MR and click on the Azure Spatial Anchors section. What can I build today with Azure Mixed Reality Services? | One Dev […]

What techniques were used to make Windows 95 more performant? | One Dev Question

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Laura Butler talks about how they made Windows 95 more performant. The story involves Talking Rain drinking water & ’32-bit Buddy’. How many of you created a ‘switch’ statement inside WindowsProc()? What techniques were used to make Windows 95 more performant? | One Dev Question Source: MSDN Channel 9

One Dev Question – What new HoloLens and Azure products were released in Barcelona?

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We are excited to present our first One Dev Question video for Microsoft Mixed Reality featuring Alex Kipman, where he talks about the announcements from Mobile World Congress. Visit our mixed reality landing page: https://aka.ms/mr One Dev Question – What new HoloLens and Azure products were released in Barcelona? Source: MSDN Channel 9

One Dev Question with Raymond Chen – Why don't build numbers reset after a major version is released?

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Why do Windows 10 build numbers always go up? Do they ever go down? Why not reset the build number after a major release? Why not let Raymond explain? Read Raymond’s blog: aka.ms/oldnewthing One Dev Question with Raymond Chen – Why don't build numbers reset after a major version is released? Source: MSDN Channel 9