What's new in the latest version of .NET? Version 4.5.1 delivers developer productivity, application performance and continuous innovation, all while maintaining a high compatibility bar. In this presentation we'll walk through the features you asked for such as diagnostics features, library enhancements and improvements to the core of .NET.
As a program manager working on the .NET Core Framework team, I design features for the Base Class Libraries (BCL) and drive API consistency across the .NET Framework.
has been a Program Manager on the .NET Common Language Runtime team since .NET 3.5. He is responsible for the core execution engine, code generation, diagnostics and pretty much everything else under the hood. He joined Microsoft in 2002 and worked on the C++ optimizer QA team for five years before seeing the light.
In this session the Randy will discuss core Windows Azure capabilities including: Virtual Machines, Cloud Services, Web Sites, Mobile Services, Storage, and the Building Block Services. A demo of Azure management portal through a simple ASP.NET web application will show the power of Windows Azure service deployment and operational model.
In this session we will take a look at some of the key considerations when we think about configuring the Hyper-V guests. We'll take a look at aspects such as memory configuration, virtual hard drives and more.
In preparation for the event, we recommend that you download the free, full-featured version of Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012 R2 as well these other free evaluations available for download:
Luther Sun, Software Developer in Test, presented the test suite for the branch cache family of protocols implemented most recently in Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 at the Redmond Interoperability Protocols Plugfest 2013. The MS-PCCRC, MS-PCCRR, MS-PCHC and MS-PCCRTP Windows Protocol Documents cover these protocols and they are referenced by the MS-SMB2 protocol document and are covered in the MS-CCRSO overview document as well.