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Here’s another video I found on YouTube about Azure Media Services. It’s worth watching, despite it being from the 2012 Azure Conf.
I suppose it’s now fair to call me a “video guy” with my year of Frank’s World TV experience and the new daily format of DCTech Minute. That’s led me to want to learn more about Windows Azure Media Services. Fortunately, I found this great tutorial on the subject from the last Azure Conf.
On this episode of DCTech Minute for February 24, 2014, I talk about the buzz around WhatsApp, startup advice, 2U’s IPO plans, and the OPower Office Tour, Show Notes for DCTech Minute for 2/24/2014 5 Startup Lessons From WhatsApp And Its $19 Billion Payday …
I just thought I’d point out that I’ve been really busy with work and some things going on at home. I’ve been able to keep up with the video production work at Frank’s World TV and my new show DCTech Minute. Writing, however, has fallen to the wayside, which is a shame. I like writing, even …
Due to a cold and some family emergencies, Frank’s World TV has experienced some delays.
Here’s a little thing I whipped up in After Effects and Premiere.
The construction of the World Trade Center was the engineering feat of the 1970s. Watching this film points out that a modern skyscraper needs more than concrete and steel to connect tenants to the world. From the video’s description: After 9/11, it was reported that one of the few things …
Fresh from her appearance in the Frank’s World TV Holiday Special, my dog reviews some new apps in the Windows Store that strike her fancy.
Time travel, talking dogs and drones: it could only be the Frank’s World TV Holiday Special: No singing though, we got that one over the Star Wars Holiday Special.
There’s a new meme in town and, since my dog (doge?) is part Shibu Inu, it seemed only fitting he had his own meme. I decided to show his internal dialogue after telling him about some of the latest fun and educational apps new to the Windows 8 app store. Stack the States …
Likely by now, you’ve heard of BitCoin, a virtual currency that’s completely decentralized and based on cryptography. But how does it work and when did it start? This infographic provides a handy and easy explanation.
From last week’s Node.js event at 1776 in DC, FWTV coverage of the event.
In honor of the two back to back snow storms here in DC, I thought this post was well timed. Fellow technology evangelist, Jerry Nixon, has a blog post showing you how to make it snow in your WIndows 8 App. Best of all, you don’t have to shovel this kind of snow.
I took this yesterday, as an uncommon December snow storm visits DC. There’s more tomorrow.
Some footage from Entrepreneur Expo 2013, where a startup founder talks about his experiences going from working out of his house to selling to Cisco in a multi-billion dollar deal.
Coming this weekend to 1776 in DC, NodeCember! [free registration] Here’s the awesome trailer I came up with for the event!
Two years after I first published the Screen Scraper’s Manifesto, a more refined version (with more refined tooling) gets published into MSDN Magazine. Mike Desmond explained it best his Editor’s Note: Frank La Vigne addresses the budgetary challenges facing many government entities, as he …
In this video, learn how Node Tools for Visual Studio makes a Node.js developer’s life easier.
Watch this episode of Frank’s World TV to learn more about the MBIA and its impact on the state’s economy.
My first thought was “or does he?” It would help bankroll his North Pole Operations. Oh, what a world we live in.