Speaker: Golnaz

Interview With Urja Gandhi, Software Engineer, Expedia

Golnaz sits down with Urja Gandhi, Software Engineer at Expedia. Urja started off her career at AT&T working in India then moved to the U.S and started working at Microsoft and has since transitioned to Expedia. Follow her career journey in this episode of GALs. Founding partner & Mentor at University of Washington Husky Tech Founder […]

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Microsoft Build 2018: Seattle Coffee

Seattle is a city nestled on the far top left corner of the United States. If lucky, this city sees about two months of sunshine a year. What does one do with such a vitamin D deficiency? Coffee. Let Bryan and coffee aficionado, James, take you around to some of Seattle’s favorite places to get […]

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Microsoft Build 2018: Seattle Sights

Make sure to see all the great sights around Seattle when you’re here for Microsoft Build. Let James and Christina take you around to some of their favorites. Pike Place Market85 Pike Street #500, Seattle, WA 98101 Gum Wall1428 Post Alley, Seattle, WA 98101 Seattle Art Museum1300 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 Don’t miss out […]

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HRESULT Error Codes

The 32bits in an HRESULT error code have meanings, allowing the reader to gain additional insights into the error. Of note: The 32nd bit (the top bit) indicates if an error occurred or not. This is why errors are 0x8xxxxxxx.The 16-26 bits are the Facility – the originating API (Win32, CLR, XAML, etc.).The 0-15 bits […]

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Microsoft Build 2018: Seattle Eats

Microsoft Build is going to be incredible, and your brain will have a lot of information to digest–let’s make sure your stomach does some of the work too. Christina and Bryan take you around the beautiful city of Seattle to where all the good food is and where all the locals eat! Pike Place Market85 […]

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#FiveThings about Microsoft Build 2018

Here are #FiveThings about Microsoft Build 2018 from Burke Holland! We will see you at Microsoft Build 2018. Register now!

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Part 1 of 4: Overview of existing tools to create Azure Container Service clusters

In this 4 part series of setting up a Kubernetes cluster with Azure Container Service we explore Azure CLI, Azure Resource Manager, and Terraform. This is a first part of the series on setting up a Kubernetes cluster with Azure Container Service using different tools, like Azure CLI, Azure Resource Manager and Terraform. In this […]

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Treehouse discussion: submitting Spark jobs using Kubernetes scheduler on AKS

Follow the discussion between Lena and Bernd and learn about a new Kubernetes scheduler option in the latest release of Spark 2.3.0. Lena gives Bernd a quick overview of Spark, and shows him a hands-on example of submitting a job to run on Kubernetes cluster in Azure Container Service (AKS). They go over the necessary […]

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Announcing the Dream.Build.Play Finalists!

Just because the Dream.Build.Play competition has wrapped up, doesn’t mean that the fun has stopped! Andrew joins the show to announce the 12 finalists for the Dream.Build.Play competition. We also cover when and where you can tune in to find out who has won!

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Interview with Beth Massi, Product Marketing Manager for the .NET Platform

As the Product Marketing Manager for the .NET Platform Beth is responsible for growing .NET, attracting new users, and helping our customers understand & use .NET so they can build amazing solutions. As a former Microsoft MVP and .NET customer her passion for the platform and the community helps guide her every day. Watch this […]

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Deploying to On-Premises Servers with VSTS

Damian is joined by Abel Wang to walk through using Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) to deploy applications to on-premises servers. As Cloud Developer Advocates, we focus so much on deploying to Azure – especially Platform as a Service (Paas) – but not every app is on the cloud! Thankfully, VSTS has a solution.

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Interview With Beatris Mendez Gandica, Program Manager at Microsoft

Get to know Beatris Mendez Gandica ("Bea") during this one-on-one interview where she shares her path to Microsoft, current role, and passion for diversity and inclusion! Bea has had an interest in computers since Microsoft Encarta, which led her to spend countless hours learning different topics. She now spends most of her time on static […]

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