Chrome 60 – What’s New in DevTools

2 weeks ago
Kayce Basques walks us through the new features and major changes coming to Chrome DevTools in Chrome 60. Associated article: Discuss these features and changes on the mailing list or send us a tweet: Subscribe to the Google Chrome Developers channel:

Performance Markers: MicroTip #8 – Supercharged

2 weeks ago
Surma shows you how to measure performance in your web app. If you have any questions or suggestions, leave them in the comments below, or head to Twitter! Watch more episodes of Supercharged here: Subscribe to the Chrome Developers channel at

SSMS: Your one-stop-shop for SQL Server Performance Troubleshooting

2 weeks ago
Today’s guest on the Data Exposed show is Pedro Lopes, a PM in the SQL Server TIGER team, and he’s in the studio today to show off some of the things his team has been working on over the last year to help improve the tooling around SQL Server performance troubleshooting built right into SSMS.  […]

Episode 160: Software Quality and Performance with John-Daniel Trask

2 weeks ago
We talk with John-Daniel Trask about software quality and performance. A riveting analysis of the clipboard. Why Reddit chose TypeScript. And what if authors of computer programming books wrote arithmetic books? Subscribe in any podcast app by searching for "ms dev show"   Subscribe on YouTube ➥: Watch on Channel 9 ➥: Subscribe […]

Push Messages: MicroTip #7 – Supercharged

3 weeks ago
Matt shows you how you can leverage DevTools to make debugging Push Notifications easier. If you have questions or suggestions, hit us up on Twitter! Surma: or Paul: Watch more episodes of Supercharged here: Subscribe to the Chrome Developers channel at

Modifying events with the Google Calendar API (The G Suite Dev Show)

4 weeks ago
Developers may be aware they can use email markup or the Google Calendar API in their apps to insert events into their users’ calendars. This gives users a better experience because they no longer have to enter event details into their calendars manually. While this is good news, it’s only the first step. Developers should […]

Defrag Tools #181 – System Power Report

4 weeks ago
In this episode of Defrag Tools, Chad Beeder and Andrew Richards are joined by Paresh Maisuria from the Windows Kernel Power team and Zach Holmes from the Fundamentals team to talk about System Power Report, a new feature in Windows 10 Creators Update. Related links:Defrag Tools #168 – Powercfg Sleep Study (older version of this […]

The Developer Show (TL;DR 075)

1 month ago
How Google Cloud is transforming Japanese businesses: NEXT ‘17 Rewind playlist: The Developer Show is where you can stay up to date on all the latest Google Developer news, straight from the experts. Have a question? Use #AskDevShow to let us know! Subscribe to the Google Developers Channel for more DevShow!

Omer Raviv – OzCode

1 month ago
During the Microsoft Build conference, we recorded a few interviews… This week, we’re publishing the one we did with Omer Raviv, with a fantastic demo of OzCode, a debugging extension for Visual Studio that makes it a lot easier to debug Linq expressions, displays variable values right in the code editor, and much, much more. This […]

Defrag Tools #180 – Active Memory Dump

1 month ago
In this episode of Defrag Tools, Graham McIntyre joins Andrew Richards and Chad Beeder to talk about the new Active Memory Dump type. This new kernel dump size replaces the Complete Memory Dump type, and although much smaller, is equally as useful.  

The Developer Show (TL;DR 074)

1 month ago
Android O APIs are final – Google Play Billing Library – Introducing reCAPTCHA Android API – Introducing Blockly 1.0 for Android and iOS – Making Dynamic Links Easier – App Engine update – Spinnaker 1.0 – The Developer Show is where you can stay up to date on […]

One Dev Question with Raymond Chen – What does a Blue Screen Message Really Mean?

1 month ago
The ‘One Dev Question with Raymond Chen’ video series is part of the One Dev Minute channel.  In this series, longtime Microsoft developer and semi-official Windows historian Raymond Chen covers a series of questions about Microsoft Windows development, team culture, and/or history.  If you have additional questions for Raymond, please add your questions in the […]