Build Conference 2012 Video Archives – Eye On Windows

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Build Conference 2012 Video – Windows Azure Storage – Building applications that scale

Are you interested in learning how to efficiently store petabytes of data? Write a social app…

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Build Conference 2012 Video – Windows Phone 8: Wallet and Deals for Developers

The Windows Phone platform has always been about giving developers the ability to…

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Build Conference 2012 Video – Windows Phone 8: App to App Communication

A fantastic new feature for developers in Windows Phone, is the ability to register your application to handle specific protocol…

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Build Conference 2012 Video – HTML5 & CSS3 latest features in action! (Repeat)

In this session, you learn more about the new standard features available in Internet Explorer 10, including grid layout, IndexedDB,…

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Build Conference 2012 Video – HTML5 & CSS3 latest features in action! (Repeat)

In this session, you learn more about the new standard features available in Internet Explorer 10, including grid layout, IndexedDB,…

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Build Conference 2012 Video – Building Windows 8 LOB Apps (Repeat)

Windows Store apps provide new opportunities for enterprises to make line-of-business (LOB) apps that are complex yet user friendly, touch…

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Build Conference 2012 Video – Building Hybrid Applications using the Windows Azure Service Bus

In this session, you will learn how the messaging capabilities of Windows Azure Service Bus can be used to interconnect…

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Build Conference 2012 Video – The Future of C++

This talk will give an update on recent progress and near-future directions for C++, both at Microsoft and across the…

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Build Conference 2012 Video – Create Cross-platform Apps using Portable Class Libraries

Learn how to create an app with versions for the Windows Store, Windows Phone, and other platforms, using the new…

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Build Conference 2012 Video – Building HTML 5 Web Apps with Visual Studio & ASP.NET

Whether you’re building a new Website using ASP.NET or maintaining an existing one, you’ll leave this talk ready to use…