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All MSDEV videos approach the topic from the developer point of view and show code.
Free Windows 7 Developer Training Videos on MSDEV
For example, beginning Monday October 19, you’ll see a series of videos for Windows 7, Windows 7 New Features for Managed Code Developers. Courses are around a half hour, bite-sized videos to help get you up to speed.
The series includes:
- New Features in Windows 7
- Overview of the Windows 7 API Code Pack
- Windows 7 Feature: Taskbar and Jump Lists
- Windows 7 Feature: Power Management
In November the series continues with:
- Windows 7 Feature: Extended Linguistic Services
- Windows 7 Feature: Explorer Browser
- Windows 7 Feature: Application Restart and Recovery
- Windows 7 Feature: Libraries and Known Folders
- Windows 7 Feature: Task Dialogs and Common File Dialogs
- Windows 7 Feature: Shell Features
- Windows 7 Feature: Network Management
You can also find two other series:
- How-To-Guides: Application Compatibility for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2: New Features.
- How-To-Guides: Application Compatibility for Windows 7 & Windows Server 2008 R2: Writing High Quality Software
Tweets will keep you up to date on upcoming content.
Also MSDEV hosts Front Runner site for early adopters of important Microsoft technologies, such as Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2.
Bruce D. Kyle
ISV Architect Evangelist | Microsoft Corporation