#Ch9 Weekly 20150825 – The Best New Channel 9 Content of the Past Week

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Here is a roundup of Channel 9 content from this past week ordered by their social sharing volume.  I gather the most shared Channel 9 content in Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.

“Intellitest (Channel 9)”
In this episode, Robert is joined by Jeff Fattic, who shows us how to use IntelliTest to automatically generate unit tests. IntelliTest explores your .NET code to generate test data and a suite of unit tests. For every statement in the code, a test input is generated that will execute that statement. A case analysis is performed for every conditional branch in the code. This analysis is used to generate test data for a parameterized unit test for each of your methods, creating unit tests with high code coverage.

Publish date: 8/20/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
23 15 14 0

“Raspberry Pi 2 + .NET Gadgeteer + Windows 10 = FEZ Cream (Channel 9)”
Blake McNeill gets the Hat Tip today for posting about this in the MVP IoT Yammer Group.

Publish date: 8/21/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
48 64 3 12

“Episode 183: Azure WebJobs Update with Pranav Rastogi (Channel 9)”
In this episode Chris Risner and Haishi Bai are joined by Pranav Rastogi, Program Manager on the Azure team.  Pranav joins us to go over some newer features of WebJobs.  WebJobs allow you to run background jobs as part of an Azure Web App or Azure Web Site.  Since the last time we spoke about WebJobs, the SDK has been open sourced including an extensibility model that allows anyone to build out new triggers and binders for launching a job.  Two of the new triggers they have also released include timer based triggers and file based triggers.  Additionally, Pranav shows a trigger based off a Redis cache created by the community.

Publish date: 8/21/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
26 10 12 0

“Kickoff with Scott Hanselman (Channel 9)”
Join Richard Campbell and Shirley Brothers from DEVintersection as they kickoff this new series leading up to the event in Las Vegas Oct. 26-29. DEVintersection brings together the best speakers from Microsoft and the larger community to explore the hottest technologies that you can put to work for you today. Special guest Scott Hanselman makes an appearance to talk about the open web and Anglebrackets, an event co-located with DEVintersection and included in your registration. 

Publish date: 8/19/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
42 21 9 2

“Isolated User Mode Processes and Features in Windows 10 with Logan Gabriel (Channel 9)”
In Part 1 of this mini-series we dove into the new Isolated User Mode for Windows 10 with Dave Probert. In this episode Logan Gabriel, a Senior Security Engineer here at Microsoft, takes us through some of the actual processes and features that come in Windows 10 thanks to this new Isolated User Mode concept. In essence it is a more in depth look at the actual things implemented using the concepts we learned in the earlier video. Stay tuned for one more episode in this series coming soon!

Publish date: 8/20/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
33 15 6 1

“Tuesdays with Corey: Classic vs ARM – what up with that? (Channel 9)”
Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team answers a common question he gets regarding when to use “Classic” Azure services vs “Resource Manager” ARM templates.

Publish date: 8/18/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
25 8 6 1

“Go beyond “”Blank App”” with these Windows 10 VS 2015 Project Templates (Channel 9)”
Like many of you, I’m looking at jumping into developing Windows 10 Universal Windows Platform apps. So like most of you, I fire up Visual Studio, New Project and look for a Project Template to help me hit the ground running.

Publish date: 8/24/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
46 22 5 2

“Office Dev Show – Episode 7 – Getting Started with Python (Channel 9)”
In this episode, Rich diZerega shows us how to get started building a Python app that hooks into the Office 365 Contacts APIs. Rich also demonstrates how to get an app manifest that can be used to create an Office add-in using the same Python code as connecting to the APIs, but within the context of the add-in.

Publish date: 8/19/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
31 22 5 1

“Entity Framework 7 Goes Cross Platform with Nate McMaster (Channel 9)”
In this short video Nate shows us how to use Entity Framework 7 in a cross platform way (on a mac in this case). One of the guiding principles (as outlined by Rowan in an earlier video) was the ability to use EF7 on any kind of device. This video shows the culmination of that work. Would love your thoughts!

Publish date: 8/24/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
26 12 2 0

“Azure API Management Policy Expressions 103 – Caching and Output Conversion (Channel 9)”
Scott talks to Vladimir Vinogradsky in this three-part series on Azure API Management Policy Expressions. This third episode covers how you can change your API’s output based on your subscriber level. For example, free product users could get cached data while premium users would get realtime data. You can make these kinds of Policy Expressions and change your API without changing a line of your APIs code!

Publish date: 8/20/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
9 4 2 0

“SQL Unplugged Live Episode 9 (Channel 9)”
Join Scott Klein and his guests Shawn Bice and Rohan Kumar, LIVE each month on SQL Unplugged, your avenue for chatting with the individuals who own the relational database at Microsoft. Tune in each month as Shawn and Rohan answer your questions and discuss the insights and inner workings of the SQL Server engineering team. Be sure to follow this show on Twitter (@SQLUnplugged) for updates and information on upcoming shows.

Publish date: 8/19/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
50 9 1 0

“Cloud Foundry on Azure (Channel 9)”
Ning Kuang, Sr. PM on the Azure compute team chats with Rick about the latest release of Cloud Foundry on Microsoft Azure.  With this new release, a single Azure ARM template has been updated based on community feedback to deploy  multiple VMs to serve as your Cloud Foundry environment.

Publish date: 8/21/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
37 8 1 0

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