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This week we speak with Phillip Carter, who is the program manager for F#. Visual F# Repo: https://github.com/Microsoft/visualfsharpF# Organization: https://github.com/fsharpFSharp Software Foundation: http://fsharp.orgMicrosoft's F# Documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/articles/fsharp/index
Join Helen Huang (an intern on the Web Platform Team) and Jonathan Sampson (a program manager on the Web Platform Team) for a quick tour of some highlights from Edge in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. EdgeHTML 14 is the latest release of the Edge rendering engine (EdgeHTML), which ships in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Want to learn more? Check out our blog post, Introducing EdgeHTML 14, for more details on everything covered here!
This video is really 3 One Dev Minutes wrapped up into 1. It covers how to use the F12 Developer Tools in Microsoft Edge to fix a buggy extension's: - background script - content script - extension page For more information, go to http://aka.ms/DebuggingExtensions.
The 'One Dev Question with Raymond Chen' video series is part of the One Dev Minute channel. In this series, longtime Microsoft developer and semi-official Windows historian Raymond Chen covers a series of questions about Microsoft Windows development, team culture, and/or history. If you have additional questions for Raymond, please add your questions in the comments section below. You can also find out more development details about Windows and its history on Raymond's blog.
This lengthy episode contains a ton of good information about IoT in general, about Azure IoT and the services that it brings this category of computing, and finally about a number of starter kits designed and built for Azure IoT that you can use to get you building connected devices very quickly. I doubt you'll have any questions remaining on IoT or how to get started by the time you finish this video. You'll learn.....
You already have a web dev workflow and deploy your code to a backend of your choice. You are writing code across Mac OS, Windows or both. This session will cover how you can leverage your existing workflow, while deeply integrating with Windows devices across PC, Phone, Xbox and Xbox.
Learn how to use XAML and C# to build apps that deliver great experiences on the Xbox and other UWP devices. We will cover how you can easily tailor a UWP app to be great on Xbox while continuing to delight your PC and phone users, all using the same source code.