Videos in category Networking






dnrTV Show #61: David Smith on BTSharp

dnrTV Show #61: David Smith on BTSharp

Posted in Networking, Frameworks, Development

Summary David Smith is here to fill us in on everything in the world of his BitTorrent tools for .NET since our last visit with him on .NET Rocks in December of 2005. David shows just how easy it is to use BTSharp in your code and also tells us about his new company and services. Bio David Smith is a Computer Science graduate from Michigan State University. He served as Microsoft Student Ambass...

Tags: Networking, Frameworks, .NET Framework, dnrTV, BitTorrent, BTSharp


dnrTV Show #47: Carl Franklin on Sockets in VB.NET Part 2

dnrTV Show #47: Carl Franklin on Sockets in VB.NET Part 2

Posted in Networking, Frameworks, Development

Summary Carl kicks Sockets up a notch by walking through the code of an Instant Messaging server built wiht Sockets in VB.NET. Mark Miller fills in as the host. Bio Carl Franklin has been a figurehead in the VB community since the very early days when he wrote for Visual Basic Programmers Journal. He authored the Q&A column of that magazine as well as many feature articles for VBPJ and othe...

Tags: Networking, Frameworks, .NET Framework, dnrTV, VB.NET, sockets



dnrTV Show #46: Carl Franklin on Sockets in VB.NET Part 1

dnrTV Show #46: Carl Franklin on Sockets in VB.NET Part 1

Posted in Networking, Frameworks, Development

Summary Carl shows off his love for sockets by building a Windows Terminal Client using the asynchronous model. Mark Miller fills in as the host. Bio Carl Franklin has been a figurehead in the VB community since the very early days when he wrote for Visual Basic Programmers Journal. He authored the Q&A column of that magazine as well as many feature articles for VBPJ and other magazines. He...

Tags: Networking, Frameworks, .NET Framework, dnrTV, VB.NET, sockets


dnrTV Show #35: Scott Hanselman on Sysinternals Tools

dnrTV Show #35: Scott Hanselman on Sysinternals Tools

Posted in Networking, Operating Systems

Summary Our good friend Scott Hanselman pays us a visit to show us the nitty gritty of some of his favorite Sysinternals tools. Bio Scott Hanselman works for Microsoft as a Senior Program Manager in the Developer Division, aiming to spread good information about developing software, very often on the Microsoft stack. Before this he was the Chief Architect at Corillian Corporation, now a part of...

Tags: Networking, OS, Windows, dnrTV, Sysinternals


Challenges and Opportunities in Academic Research Networking

Challenges and Opportunities in Academic Research Networking

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Networking

Google Tech Talks January, 28 2008 ABSTRACT Topics include: * New applications and apps usage/deployment and the challenges they pose for networks * Network trends in the R&E community. o towards network virtualisation (circuits as a service/light paths provisioned by users or applications on demand) - "Articulated Private Networks" o inter-network control, managing QoS / lightpat...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Networking, Conferences, Lectures, Broadcasting, Companies


Content Delivery Network Pricing, Costs for Outsourced Video Delivery

Content Delivery Network Pricing, Costs for Outsourced Video Delivery

Posted in Networking, Conferences

Whether you’re in an organization that needs to deliver lots of video or a smaller company that needs to deliver only a few videos, the going rate for these services can still be hard to figure out. What variables determine the final price? What is the going rate when you outsource delivery and storage to a third party? This presentation offers real pricing numbers from large, globally fo...

Tags: Networking, TCP/IP, Conferences, Technologies, Lectures, CDN


The OpenOnload User-level Network Stack

The OpenOnload User-level Network Stack

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Networking, Science

Google Tech Talks February, 7 2008 ABSTRACT The architecture of conventional networked systems has remained largely constant for many years now. However, some specialised application domains have adopted alternative architectures. For example, the HPC community uses message passing libraries which perform network processing in user-space in conjunction with the features of user-accessible netwo...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Networking, Conferences, Science, Lectures, Computer Science, Broadcasting, Companies