In the last post we saw the nomination for Niney Awards – Favorite Channel 9 Show (Video). Today we will see the nomination for “Favorite Cahnnel 9 Series (Video)”. The only difference between is a Show and Series is a Show is a long running program where as a Series is a one time show with ‘N’ parts. So lets see the nominations for this section.

This is a 9 part series on one of the premiere web technology from Microsoft. Keynoted by Scot Guthrie himself this was a great one day event that was held on Dec 2, 2010. Here is the official description of the series:

The Silverlight Firestarter is a one day, global, live streamed and on-demand event keynoted by Scott Guthrie on Dec 2nd 2010. You can watch the Firestarter keynote that introduces Silverlight 5 and the Firestarter session videos from this page.
We also introduced the Silverlight 4 Firestarter Training course, which focuses on helping developers create business applications. All the labs are very practical oriented and provides a real-world samples used in Silverlight Line of Business (LOB) applications. The course is built from 11 modules. Each module has 1 lab and 1 or more videos

This is one series that i will vote for sure. Check this series to learn whats new with Silverlight 5 and vote if you really like it. 

Ever wondered how’s the kingdom named Microsoft – how are the offices, how’s the dining, how’s the transportation services etc. etc. – then this is the series to catch up. This is a 8 part series which takes you around Microsoft. Here is the official description of the series:

The Channel 9 Team take you behind-the-scenes of Microsoft’s corporate campus in Redmond, WA.

Check this series out and vote for it.

This is a 29 part series which shows us the history of one the greatest empire in the software world – Microsoft. The history starts from the year of 1975 to till date. This series is one interesting series for sure. Here is the official description of the series:

Welcome to The History of Microsoft.  A video series that gives you a rare glimpse into the story behind the software giant.  Using rare footage and never-before-seen photos we break down Microsoft’s history by year. Every Thursday we will air a brand new episode beginning with 1975 where The History of Microsoft begins when the ALTAIR 8800 appeared on the cover of Popular Electronics inspiring two young men Bill Gates and Paul Allen to develop BASIC language software for it.  Tune in.

So check out the history and vote for it.

Windows Phone 7 is the latest sensation around and this is a 64 part series which talks about developing applications for the platform. As the name says this is targeted towards absolute beginners. So you wanna make some money by developing applications for windows phone 7 – this is the series to look out for. Here is the official description of the series:

This video series will help aspiring Windows Phone 7 developers get started. We’ll start off with the basics and work our way up so in a few hours, you will know enough to build simple WP7 applications, such as a GPS aware note taking application.  We’ll walk you through getting the tools, knowing what an if statement is, to using the GPS built into the phone and much more! 

So today we saw the nominations for favorite channel 9 series. So check out all these series. I never knew there were so much cool series around in Channel 9. Give them a look and dont forget to vote for the Niney awards.

As always, Happy Coding. Code with passion, decode with patience.