Showing posts with label MIX. Show all posts
Showing posts with label MIX. Show all posts

Friday, April 13, 2012

Full text index and search the audio and video audio tracks? Want to search BUILD, Mix, Channel 9 videos in a whole new way? MAVIS is your answer...

Next at Microsoft - Microsoft’s MAVIS audio and video indexing - now available on demand

"I’m a fan of lots of technology from Microsoft Research and MAVIS is a particular favorite – I wrote back it back in Feb 2011 on this blog. MAVIS is an acronym for Microsoft Research Audio Video Indexing System. It enables you to search across audio and video files (think movies, TV, radio) and find the precise moment when a word was uttered. Imagine being able to talk to your TV and say “take me to the point in the movie where Nicholson says you can’t handle the truth” – or asking your TV to find all shows that contained the word “architecture”.

That’s precisely what MAVIS enables by indexing audio streams. If you’re interested in the technology behind this, I’d highly recommend checking out the project page from Microsoft Research or watching a great talk from MIX2010 titled Unlocking Audio/Video Content with Speech Recognition. MAVIS is designed to enable searching of 100s or even 10,000s of hours of conversational speech with different speakers on different topics and has been used by a number of organizations including the State of Washington Digital Archives and ScienceCinema, a website that highlights leading-edge research from the U.S. Department of Energy as well as the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). You can also search all the talks from our recent /BUILD conference.

Now it’s set to be used much more widely. GreenButton is a cloud services company from New Zealand recently announced the availability of GreenButton inCus - a cloud based audio indexing solution powered MAVIS. Running on top of Windows Azure, the service provides audio indexing on demand citing content such as recordings of meetings, conference calls, voice mails, presentations, online lectures, and Internet video as being ideal for the service.

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Microsoft Research - MAVIS

"The Microsoft Research Audio Video Indexing System (MAVIS) is a set of software components that use speech recognition technology to enable searching of digitized spoken content, whether they are from meetings, conference calls, voice mails, presentations, online lectures, or even Internet video. A side benefit of MAVIS is the ability to generate automatic closed captions and keywords which can increase accessibility and discoverability of audio and video files with speech content.

MAVIS is now available as a commercial service through a subscription to Greenbutton inCus.

MAVIS Features

Search audio for spoken words - MAVIS uses speech to enable efficient searching for spoken words in audio and video files. The user experience is much like searching for text in documents and on the web. Users type in search terms, the result is a set of links which, when clicked on, will start playing the audio from where those terms were spoken.

Highly accurate audio search Results - Speech recognition is prone to errors which can affect the accuracy of audio search results. The MAVIS technology reduces errors in speech recognition by automatically expanding its vocabulary, and storing word alternatives using a technique referred to as Probabilistic Word-Lattice Indexing, explained in the technical background. These techniques help increase the speech recognition accuracy.

Closed Captions and keyword generation - Closed captions can make audio and video content accessible to the hearing impaired, or translated so that the content can be used by a broader audience in different languages. MAVIS can generate closed captions in the SAMI format. The accuracy of closed captions generated by MAVIS will depend mainly on the clarity of the speaker and background noise. There are a number of subtitle editing tools on the web which can be used to edit the closed captions generated by MAVIS for improved accuracy. Additionally, MAVIS can generate keywords which can better expose media content to search engines such as Bing & Google, and can also be used to categorize your content, or assist in delivering contextual based ads.

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Best of all, see it in action, Microsoft Video Web

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Being a Channel 9 guy I focused on the Channel 9 search...

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And what does anyone and everyone search for the first time they encounter a new search engine? Themselves of course! (Right? I mean... right? Don't they? I hope it's not just me... ;)

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Now the coolest part? If you click on the search hit, the video will jump to that time index...

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There's also indications as to where in the video the search terms were found, how long they played, etc

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Pretty awesome isn't it?

NOTE: If a video doesn't seem to work, give it a couple days... There's DNS/Domain issue that Microsoft has been dealing with this week that could be the issue.

Friday, April 22, 2011

VLC MIX WMV RSS - Jon Galloway shows us an alternate way to view the MIX videos, via magic of RSS and VLC

Jon Galloway - Better ways to watch the MIX11 videos, Part 1: VLC

"I'm still catching up on all the great content at MIX 11. There is a ton of great content - 116 videos when I last looked. Scott Hanselman already posted a great summary of ways to get and watch them. With this many videos to watch, though, you might want to bring out some big guns, and that's what this post is all about.

Streaming them at high speed with VLC

VLC has long been my favorite media player. It's lightweight, plays just about every media format without any codec hassle, streams from network and internet locations without a hiccup, can save output to disk, has nice playlist support, and has great keyboard commands.

We'll take advantage of three of those features here:

  • Playlist support
  • Streaming from URL
  • High speed playback

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Jon provides a pretty cool means that I've not seen before for browsing/video (media included) RSS feeds, specifically using VLC to browse, view and stream the MIX11 videos.

 

Related Past Post XRef:
464 PDC Sessions from PDC08, PDC09 & PDC10 now available on Channel9 Events (and each with an "All Sessions, One List" view too!)
Channel 9 now the one stop Microsoft event shop - One site, many events (MIX06,07,08,09,10 for now more coming)

PDC 10 Session Video List
Microsoft TechEd 2010 is OData enabled
MIX10? There’s an OData Feed for that…
PDC09 Session Video List (Okay, so I lied)
Microsoft PDC09 video list, courtesy of Microsoft
Mix 09 Quick Video Link List
My PDC List Maker utility source updated to consume the PDC Channel 9 RSS Feed (resulting in the Keynotes now being included in the list), but fixes, etc.
My PDC Video Link List Maker project & source is now available on CodePlex
PDC2008 Quick Video Link List (Updated: Now with Keynotes)

Saturday, April 09, 2011

Stop the "[hand waving] I'm here madness" with the MIX11 Outsider for Windows Phone 7 app (Think "Room/location in room, check-in for MIX11 app")

Designer Silverlight - Introducing MIX11 Outsider for Windows Phone 7

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MIX11 Outsider is the MIX11 app that doesn’t care about your schedule. It cares about something more important: the people you want to talk to, meet, or otherwise hang out with at MIX. Using a map of the conference floor and a simple “battleship” mapping metaphor, you can tweet, email or text your position at the conference. Don’t eat alone in awkward silence… instead find that Twitter friend who doesn’t have a clear picture of themselves in their avatar. Don’t spend half your pre-keynote time waving your hands in the air. Just tap where you are on the map and send out a link like this one.

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MIX11 Outsider Windows Phone 7 App Screencast

I wish I could introduce this app with a bit more fanfare, but I’ve been waiting since Monday for my app to get through the submission process. I was hopeful that, if I got it in a week before MIX, I would make it in time for the conference. At the moment, that hope fades. As a result, until I can get the app into the Marketplace, it will be available here for download so Windows Phone 7 devs can sideload it onto their phones

MIX Outsider (for sideloading) [GD: Click through for the download link]

(Don’t know how to sideload an app? James Ashley has a great post on sideloading to the emulator or to a device.)

The funniest thing is that the “big idea” in this app isn’t really even the app itself. The app is really just the most complete extension of the original idea.

You see, last year at MIX 10, there was a massive coordination effort among my colleagues to try and sit together during the keynote talks. This led to e-mails, text messages, phone calls, and tweets with hard to understand directions like

“We’re 12 rows from the back in the middle of the far right side as you come in (stage left).”

But my decision to do something about it came when a friend spent 10+ minutes with his lunch plate in hand trying to find our table. I thought, “This is absurd… there must be a better way to find people.”

Unfortunately, my GPS did not work very well inside the conference… which didn’t really matter since (I assume) no one wants to open up a Google Maps or Bing Maps to find people inside a building.

So Jason Alderman and I discussed the problem and thought that it might be fun to do a “Battleship” metaphor for finding people at MIX11, laying the grid on a map of the conference floor. ...

If you're going to MIX and can sideload WP7 apps, you might want to check this out...

Wednesday, April 06, 2011

MIX'ing it up if you can't get to MIX11

Canadian Developer Connection - Catch the MIX11 Sessions, Even if You’re Not in Vegas

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You can expect to hear announcements and see sessions about Microsoft’s web and mobile technologies, from Internet Explorer to Silverlight to Windows Phone and more at this event. If you’re going to be there, we’d love to catch up with you!

If you can’t make it, there’s no reason for you to miss out on the keynotes and sessions, because you’ll be able to catch them online:

  • You’ll be able to watch the keynotes live as they happen, for free, and no registration will be required. Just point your browser at live.visitmix.com at 12:00 noon Eastern (9:00 a.m. Pacific, 4:00 p.m. GMT) on Tuesday, April 12th and Wednesday, April 13th to catch the keynotes.
  • You’ll be able to watch and download videos of the conference sessions about 24 hours after they take place. Take a look at the sessions to see what interests you.

..." [GD: Post Leach Level: 95%]

One of these years I'm going to have to get to MIX. But until then, at least I can visit virtually... :)

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Channel 9 now the one stop Microsoft event shop - One site, many events (MIX06,07,08,09,10 for now more coming)

C9Team - New Events Section Now Available on Channel 9!

"Hey folks, we’ve launched yet another new feature on Channel 9, making a new home for all of our ‘on-demand’ event content, consolidating the content from numerous domains and sub-domains.

http://channel9.msdn.com/Events

So while you are waiting to attend MIX11, come take a trip down memory lane with us and experience the content from the MIX events of the past.

  • So far we’ve brought in all of the on-demand content from MIX06 through MIX10 and we are also hosting the newly released MIX11 sessions. That's nearly 500 MIX sessions and over 600 speakers!
  • We are in the process of bringing in all the PDC content that we currently have available at various locations (including PDC08, PDC09, and PDC10)

..." [GD: Post leach Level 95%]

Channel 9 - Events

Welcome to Events on Channel 9!

We have started moving content from our various events into Channel 9, bringing you more great technical content all in common location. So far we’ve moved in all the MIX content from 2006 through 2010, but we are busy at work on PDC, TechEd and more!

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In a word... zomg, zomg, zomg... (Okay, that's like many words, but I'm weirdly exciting about this... as you can tell ;)

I've been asking for, well whining for, something like this for a few years now, a single repository for all Microsoft Event content. One place to go to for their awesome post event resources. And it looks like Channel 9 Events is just the ticket.

I hope the next logical step is to provide an Channel 9 Events OData feed (not RSS as I 'd like I can query, filter, sort, etc) so we can build uber cool event browsers/explorers/viewers/etc. How cool would it be to build a Microsoft Event Explorer (MEE... lol) that automagically includes the latest events due to a backend update/addition to the general OData feed?

Still as a V1 this is an outstanding first step. Hats off to the Channel 9 Team for making this happen.

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Free Mix11 Windows Phone 7 app now available

wpcentral - Official MIX11 app for Windows Phone now available [Developers]

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Featuring the full listings of the schedule (eventually), speakers, sessions, maps, extras and even a way to favorite things (for quicker access), the app is beautifully written with a focus on minimalism, speed and has the ability to update over 3g. It should be fun to see everyone walking around with their Windows Phone using this come April.

Grab the app here in the Marketplace.

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Here's some snaps from the Zune Marketplace and app (taken from those on the Zune Marketplace, since Verizon doesn't have a WP7 device yet and so can't get the app myself... whine... whine... whine... lol ;)

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Next to this, I'd really like to see how it was built (i.e. the code), hear about he dev process, etc, etc. Will be keeping my eyes open for that (fingers crossed).

 

Related Past Post XRef:
Windows Phone 7 ConfApp - Microsoft conferences with schedules and past PowerPoint decks/session videos, now with for PDC10

Thursday, March 25, 2010

MIX10? There’s an OData Feed for that…

visitmix.comAPI for Session data (api.visitmix.com)

“Not happy browsing our list of sessions on the web, feel like doing some data mining of your own, building an app to show how schedule planning should be done? Well, if any of those statements apply to you, then we have the data you need.

There are two main ways to access the session and speaker data for MIX 2010; via OData, a rich data source exposed using standards compliant formats and with query support, or via the full session RSS feed.

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ZOMG, that’s awesome. How did I miss this until now? I’ve been asking (well whining) for this for a few years now…

Now PLEASE Microsoft, make this broader, into a compressive “Microsoft Conference” API/OData end point. I’d like one feed for ALL free, past, current and future MS Conference resources. Think of the cool things we, your community, will be able to build with something like that (like Tim Heuer has already done for Mix10)!

In any case, this, and the single page of video links, is a big step forward. Thank you for listening.

(via Method ~ of ~ failed - MIX10: Yet another way to view video content sessions using their OData feed)

 

Related Past Post XRef:
PDC09 Session Video List (Okay, so I lied)
Mix 09 Quick Video Link List
PDC2008 Quick Video Link List (Updated: Now with Keynotes)

Thursday, March 26, 2009

One story ends and another begins – There’s now an “official” combined Mix09 List (with capture feeds too)!

Duncan Mackenzie just let me know that the Mix team liked my Mix 09 Quick Video Link List so much that they’ve incorporated the idea into the Mix site! Quick and easy access to all the Mix09 content, with to content feeds to boot. How cool is that?!  :)

http://videos.visitmix.com/MIX09/All

MIX Videos

Kudos to the team for the uber-fast response and roll-out.

 

Related Past Post XRef:
Want to easily catch the Mix09 videos for your Zune/iPod? Here’s a couple complete RSS feeds to catch…
Mix 09 Quick Video Link List

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Want to easily catch the Mix09 videos for your Zune/iPod? Here’s a couple complete RSS feeds to catch…

Samiq Bits - MIX 09 Sessions Video Podcast RSS for iPod & Zune Available Here

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So thanks to Mike Swanson who posted a friendly list to click and choose videos from the sessions, a few minutes with Excel, LINQ and C#. Here I give you the RSS feeds (divided in chunks of 50 items per feed) to the MIX videos that have been made available until now.

So, now got get your preferred Podcast software to point to this babies, lay back, relax and wait for your videos to download.

Now who said there were not a convenient way to get the Mix conference with you on your device?!

Enjoy!

Zune*:

RSS for the first 50, second 50, and the remained 19. [GD: Please click through to the post to get the links. I don’t want to leach all his traffic]

iPod*:

RSS for the first 50 and the rest 11. [GD: Please click through to the post to get the links.]

*Disclaimer: As per Mike’s post there are 119 videos available in Zune format and 61 in MP4 format, so be aware of that when looking for your session of choice and you don’t find it, it might be because it’s not in the list yet. Cheers!”

Why is this cool, when there’s already a RSS feed with enclosures (http://videos.visitmix.com/rss )? Because that feed only has the 50 entries (that I can tell) and so is not the complete list. Plus the above feeds are focused toward specific devices, making the catching/conversion cleaner.

sigh… I SO should have thought of doing this. I had all the data and creating the feeds from it would have been a slam dunk. Next time (unless we get a ConfAPI from MS…  :)

On a related note, I had to chuckle when I saw Mike Swanson’s Mix09 List post. Great minds and all that? Still I beat him by a day and I released the code for mine. Muahahaha LOL… But I do like how he included presenters and a file renamer batch file… those are nice touches. ;)

 

Related Past Post XRef:
Mix 09 Quick Video Link List

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Mix 09 Quick Video Link List

Because I was bored and I also wanted a single, consolidated list of all the Mix sessions and links to their videos, I’ve tweaked my PDC List Maker utility, adding in Mix 09 support. (The code has been checked in if you’re interested… It’s pretty ugly code, and needs to be heavily refactored as I copied and pasted WAY to much of it, but it works. ;)

Below is the first run of the results. The resource links are all validated as of 3/22/2009 11:20AM PDT. I’ll refresh these links this coming week to pick up any new resources, etc

BTW, the data/links are subject to change in the future, YMMV, use for good and not evil, etc, etc.

Quick Mix09 Video List, sort by Title (as of 03/22/2009 @ 11:20 PM PDT)

Title WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 ZIP PPTX
01W Semantic HTML and Unobtrusive JavaScript N/A WMV Zune N/A N/A N/A
02W Design Fundamentals for Developers N/A WMV Zune N/A N/A N/A
03W Shio O Totte: Using What You Know N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
04W Cascading Stylesheets N/A WMV Zune N/A N/A N/A
05W Developing for Experience with 3 Heads N/A WMV Zune N/A N/A N/A
06W Hiking Mt. Avalon N/A WMV Zune N/A N/A N/A
B01M Scaling a Rich Client to Half a Billion Users WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
B02M Software Entrepreneurs: Go Big with BizSpark WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
B03M Copyright Laws for Web Designers and Developers WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A N/A
B04M Enhancing Large Windows Media Platforms with Microsoft Silverlight WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
B05M Exposing Web Content to a Global Audience Using Machine Translation WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
C01F Sketch Flow: From Concept to Production WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
C02F Improving UX through Application Lifecycle Management WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
C03F Microsoft Expression Web: No Platform Left Behind WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
C04F The Future of Microsoft Expression Blend WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
C05F C# for Designers WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
C06F Ten Ways to Ensure RIA Failure WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
C07F Deep Zoom++ : Build Dynamic Deep Zoom Applications with Open Source WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
C08F Using Total Experience Design to Transform the Digital Building WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
C09F A Website Named Desire WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A N/A
C10F Design Prototyping: Bringing Wireframes to Life WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
C11F Escaping Flatland in Application Design: Rich User Experiences WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
C12F Go Beyond Best Practices: Evolving Next Practices to Prosper in the 21st Century WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
C13F Interaction Techniques Using the Wii Remote (and Other HCI Projects) WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
C14F Interactive Prototyping with DHTML WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A N/A
C15F Touch and Gesture Computing, What You Haven't Heard WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A N/A
C16F The Way of the Whiteboard: Persuading with Pictures WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
C17F Web Form Design WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
C18F Wireframes That Work: Designing (Rich Internet) Applications WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
C19F How Razorfish Lights Up Brand with Microsoft SharePoint WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
C20F State of the Art in Web Site Design on Microsoft SharePoint WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A N/A
C21F User Experience Design Patterns for Business Applications with Microsoft Silverlight 3 WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
C22F Creating a Great Experience on Digg with Windows Internet Explorer 8 WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A N/A
C23F Windows Internet Explorer 8 in the Real World: How Is Internet Explorer 8 Used WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
C24F Measuring Social Media Marketing WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
C26F Designing the Windows 7 Desktop Experience WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
C27M Creating Interactivity with Microsoft Expression Blend WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
C28M Integrating Microsoft Expression Blend with Adobe Creative Suite WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
C29M Effective Infographics with Interactivity WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
C30M User Experience Design for Non-Designers WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
KEY01 Day One Keynote WMV-HQ WMV N/A N/A N/A PPTX
KEY02 Day Two Keynote N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T01F A Lap around Microsoft .NET Services WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T02F Simplifying Distributed Access Control with Microsoft .NET Services WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T03F Connecting Applications across Networks with Microsoft .NET Services WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T04F Mesh-Enabled Web Applications WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
T05F Live Framework and Mesh Services: Live Services for Developers WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
T06F What's New in Microsoft SQL Data Services WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A PPTX
T07F Overview of Windows Azure WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
T08F Windows Azure Storage WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T09F Building Web Applications with Windows Azure WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
T10F RESTful Services for the Programmable Web with Windows Communication Foundation WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T11F Developing RESTful Services and Clients with "M" WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A PPTX
T12F Principles of Microsoft Silverlight Animation WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
T13F Working across the Client Continuum WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T14F What's New in Microsoft Silverlight 3 WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
T15F High-Speed RIA Development with the Microsoft Silverlight Toolkit WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T16F Building Microsoft Silverlight Controls WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T17F Deep Dive into Microsoft Silverlight Graphics WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T18F Delivering Ads to a Silverlight Media Player Application WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A PPTX
T19F Creating Media Content for Microsoft Silverlight Using Microsoft Expression Encoder WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
T20F Using Microsoft ASP.NET MVC to Easily Extend a Web Site into the Mobile Space WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T21F Running PHP on Microsoft Servers and Services WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T22F Using Dynamic Languages to Develop Microsoft Silverlight Applications WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T23F Choosing between ASP.NET Web Forms and MVC WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T24F The Microsoft Web Sandbox: An Open Source Framework for Developing Secure Standards-Based Web Applications WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
T25F Web Development Using Microsoft Visual Studio: Now and in the Future WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
T26F Title Unknown T26F WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A N/A
T27F Protecting Online Identities WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T28F Standards for Aggregating Activity Feeds and Social Aggregation Services WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A N/A
T29F Adding Microsoft Silverlight to Your Company's Skill Set WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T30F Advance Your Design with UX Design Patterns WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T31F Microsoft Xbox "Lips" and "Fable II": Multi Channel Experiences WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T32F Cloud Computing: What's in It for Me? WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A N/A
T33F Customized Live Search for Web and Client Applications WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T34F Introducing the Microsoft Virtual Earth Silverlight Map Control CTP WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T35F Building a Rich Social Network Application WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T36F Modeling RESTful Data Services: Present and Future WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T37F Extending Your Brand to the Desktop with Windows 7 WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T38F See through the Clouds: Introduction to the Azure Services Platform WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
T39F What's New in Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) 4 WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A PPTX
T40F Building Amazing Business Centric Applications with Microsoft Silverlight 3 WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A N/A
T41F .NET RIA Services - Building Data-Driven Applications with Microsoft Silverlight and Microsoft ASP.NET WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
T42F Consuming Web Services in Microsoft Silverlight 3 WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A PPTX
T43F Microsoft Silverlight Media End-to-End WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
T44F Microsoft ASP.NET Model View Controller (MVC): Ninja on Fire Black Belt Tips WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A PPTX
T45F Building Out of Browser Experiences with Microsoft Silverlight 3 WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A N/A
T46F Microsoft ASP.NET 4.0 : What's Next? WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
T47F Microsoft ASP.NET 4.0 Data Access: Patterns for Success with Web Forms WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T48F Microsoft ASP.NET: Taking AJAX to the Next Level WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T49F File|New -> Company: Creating NerdDinner.com with Microsoft ASP.NET Model View Controller (MVC) WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A N/A
T50F ASP.NET MVC: America's Next Top Model View Controller Framework WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T51F The Microsoft Web Platform: Starring Internet Information Services (IIS) and Your Application WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T52F A Lap around Windows Internet Explorer 8 WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T53F Building High Performance Web Applications and Sites WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T54F Securing Web Applications WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T55F Creating a "Next Generation" E-Commerce Experience WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T56F Delivering Media with Internet Information Services 7 (IIS) Media Services and Microsoft Silverlight WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T57F Developing and Deploying Applications on Internet Information Services (IIS) WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T58F Build Applications on the Microsoft Platform Using Eclipse, Java, Ruby and PHP! WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T59F Building Scalable and Available Web Applications with Microsoft Project Code Name "Velocity" WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A PPTX
T60F Miss March and Other Distractions N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T61F Windows Mobile 6.5 Overview WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
T62F There's a Little Scripter in All of Us: Building a Web App for the Masses WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T63M Building Data-Driven Scalable AJAX Web Pages WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T64M Caching REST with Windows Communication Foundation WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T65M Building Accessible RIAs in Microsoft Silverlight WMV-HQ WMV Zune MP4 N/A PPTX
T66M Building Microsoft Silverlight Applications with Eclipse WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T67M Building an Optimized, Graphics-Intensive Application for Microsoft Silverlight WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A PPTX
T68M When Errors Happen: Debugging Microsoft Silverlight WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T69M Microsoft Silverlight Is Ready for Business WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T70M Optimizing Performance for Microsoft Expression Encoder WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T71M Going Inside Microsoft Silverlight: Exploring the Core CLR WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T72M Making XML Really, Really Easy with Microsoft Visual Basic 9 WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T73M What's New for Microsoft Silverlight and Microsoft Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) Developers in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T74M Protecting Against Internet Service Abuse WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T75M Five Killer Scenarios for the Windows Live Messenger Web Toolkit WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T76M Lighting Up Web and Client Applications with Microsoft Live Services WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T77M Oomph: A Microformat Toolkit WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T78M Offline Network Detection in Microsoft Silverlight 3 WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A PPTX
T79M How'd they do it? Real App. Real Code. Two Weeks. Nothing but .NET WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A N/A
T80M How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Microsoft ADO.NET Entity Framework WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T81M Using the Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio to Build Cloud Services WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A PPTX
T82M Introducing the Microsoft Web Platform WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T83M Automated User Interface (UI) Testing with Microsoft Visual Studio Team System 2010 WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
T84M A Shot of Windows Live Messenger and a Pint of Microsoft Silverlight WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A PPTX
T85M Improving Mobile Experiences with the Microsoft Mobile Device Browser File WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A N/A
T86M Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for Web Developers WMV-HQ WMV Zune N/A N/A N/A
T87F Microsoft Silverlight and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF): Sharing Skills and Code WMV-HQ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

 

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