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Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Windows Mobile
digimanus
Windows CE devices are not setup properly for the use of FTP despite the HttpWebRequest and HttpWebResponse classes.
Product Showcase
Jerry Baugh
Zhongqian Su and a group of fellow graduate students used the Intel® Perceptual Computing SDK and the Creative Interactive Gesture Camera Kit to combine augmented reality (AR) and a common encyclopedia into ARPedia*—Augmented Reality meets Wikipedia
Edward J Correia
When Intel put a call out for apps that would transform the way we interface with traditional PCs, Jacob and Melissa Pennock, founders of Unicorn Forest Games, entered their spell-casting game, Head of the Order*, into the Intel® Perceptual Computing Challenge. They took home a top prize.
Other .NET Languages
Sacha Barber
As previously stated F# allows different styles of programming that is you can use of or all of the following: Functional Imperative OO In F# you have choices and you are free to mix and match these styles to suit your needs. In this article we will look at flow control statements, which although qu
ASP.NET
Shenwei Liu
The article shows how to enhance the shopping cart of the Microsoft ASP.NET MVC Music Store 3.0 sample application by making the workflow more practical with a quantity update feature and unobtrusive data validations.
.NET Framework
AnthonyPaulO
These classes should solve the multi-threaded issues plaguing the INotifyCollectionChanged classes for good.
Reviews on Third Party Products and Tools
Future Processing
This year’s JDD conference was held in Galaxy hotel in Kraków. It was split into two days on 14 and 15 of October. The lectures were given in three parallel sessions with workshops on the second day. Below is a summary of the most interesting presentations. Daniel Kostrzewa’s review Bart
C#
munagalasantosh
Get all the array index where the sum equals or is greater than some x value
Database
madagaga
Converting MSSQL database to MySQL
String handling
Bhargav Kaneria
The First solution that come to our mind is to convert the string to character array and sort them alphabetically and then check if two consecutive elements are equal or not. This is   O(N * log N) operation. Now the question is can this solution be improved? And the answer is, YES. So what […
Dialogs and Windows
Gordon W Beeming
If you haven't heard or read about Application Insights you should go to MSDN and read up on all the awesomeness that you can get by using this new feature of VSO. You can also take a look at the Channel 9 series on Application Insights for Visual Studio Online by Charles Sterling. Also see Using Ap
Game Development
Rion Williams
In this month’s installment of the ILODS, we take a look a quite a few announcements that were made at Microsoft’s Build conference, articles to help you figure out if you are over-thinking your development projects or if you are simply blaming the guy that was there before you, the Hear
Uncategorised Technical Blogs
Gordon W Beeming
UPDATE: This has been identified as a bug and will be fixed in the next release for on-premise So if you have a lot customizations in your process template there is a slight chance you would have seen the error below after the upgrade. If you have completed the Configure Features option and still
Paul Watt
When I create a new library, I like to approach the design from two different directions. The first is the traditional route, analyzing the functionality that I need and designing a suitable interface to access those features. I also may write a set of pseudo-code that demonstrates what it would loo
C / C++ Language
Evgeny Zavalkovsky
An easy and an elegeant way to create "trusted" data variables.
.NET Framework
smrutis1984
I have already explained how to add a new stored procedure to Entity Framework, now in this article I will explain if any changes made to a stored procedure in database then how can we go for updating it in Entity Framework so that the changes will reflect in the result. (changes include adding or r
Windows Powershell
Gordon W Beeming
So I'm starting to go through some of the content on Microsoft Virtual Academy but I don't have time to do this when I'm by a good internet connection and at the same time don't have time when by the good internet connection to run though all the content I need to download it to watch in my spare ti
Dialogs and Windows
Gordon W Beeming
If you haven't heard or read about Application Insights you should go to MSDN and read up on all the awesomeness that you can get by using this new feature of VSO. You can also take a look at the Channel 9 series on Application Insights for Visual Studio Online by Charles Sterling. Also see Using Ap
Reviews on Third Party Products and Tools
Gordon W Beeming
Did you hear? Somasegar blogged that Team Foundation Server 2013 RC is a go-live release. What does that mean for you and your customers? One word AWESOMENESS You might be wonder why I'm so excited about this release. One of the many reasons why I'm so excited about this release is because Work Ite
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Uncategorised Technical Blogs
A Round Tuit
One of the more exciting things from the recent Build conference was the frequent mention of Xamarin. Whenever Microsoft noted its embrace of cross platform, there was Xamarin providing the capability: It seemed that every .NET-oriented session mentioned Xamarin, and Miguel de Icaza, CTO of Xamarin,

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