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Last Friday Microsoft Learning hosted Scott Hansleman, Damian Edwards and me for a full day live video Jump Start event titled Building Web Apps with ASP.NET. We had a nice crowd of about 2,300 attendees joining us during the event - but we were really excited about ending up with a full day of top quality training on ASP.NET 4.5, ASP.NET MVC 4, ASP.NET Web API, SignalR, and Visual Studio - all updated for the ASP.NET and Web Tools 2012.2 release. The Microsoft Learning team has a great studio, event platform, and team, and I think the videos turned out great.
This year at NDC 2012 I gave a presentation titled Learning to love HTML and CSS (for grumpy developers).
I've always liked the pictures on the Bing homepage. In late September, they started occasionally replacing the picture with an HTML5 video. The Bing team blogged about it, and included an interesting video from the managing editor for the Bing homepage that talks about how they select photos and why they're going to start adding the occasional video backgrounds.