Our good friend, Chris Pendleton, decided it was time to give the technical peeps out there a sneak peak into how Bing Maps created the Streetside user experience.
So, while our satellite imagery and orthographic aerial photography (Aerial map style) provide great context…
Here is the update you've all been waiting for.
Charlie Kindel sat down with us to dive a little deeper into what this developer tools update means and what to expect from it. Notable to mention is that it has been tested and works with the final release of
Visual Studio 2010. He also…
You are pressed for time, but you are dying to know what SketchFlow is? The thought of watching an hour of demo video, like presented
here, makes you look frantically at your watch?
The solutions is here: Jon Harris
presents SketchFlow in just 90 seconds in this video, and does so with a…
It's been all rumors and speculation up until now. What some bloggers out there have been calling "Pink" or "Tribe" has just been officially announced as
Kin, the next Windows Phone. Take a look at this full hands on demo followed by some Q&A.Kin aims to be a new social…
Microsoft Student Insiders,
Joe Osborne and
Tom Ziegman, were lucky enough to spend some time with the busiest man at MIX10, Bill Buxton. Bill talks about the
complexity (and necessity) of integrating the disciplines of technology, business and design. And true to his…
What could you create for the web with only 10 kilobytes of code? Participants of the 2nd
MIX 10k Challenge created entries using Silverlight,
Gestalt and HTML5. MIX 10k Judge,
Sean Gerety, braves a post MIX10 attendee party hangover and takes over the Channel 9 interviewer seat…
It's the FINAL Countdown!!! @anyware and @ritzy report on MIX10 statistics and tell behind the scenes stories from the conference. Guess how much coffee and how much bandwidth MIX10 users went through this year, and who got a broken nose!
Chris Pendleton and I sat down and he showed off the amazing new World Wide Telescope and Bing Maps integration. The
WorldWide Telescope application allows you to view most of the features available in the Silverlight client right in Bing Maps. Yes, the WWT provides real time information about…
Microsoft originally created “Goo Splat” for Zune HD with XNA Game Studio and ported it to Windows Phone 7 Series in under an hour. “Goo Splat” is a casual game that challenges the player to keep the goo from falling to the bottom and prevent the screen
from filling up.
Microsoft partner Seesmic shows the cross-platform capabilities of Silverlight by demonstrating the Seesmic social networking platform on Windows Phone 7 Series, Mac and Nokia. Seesmic is a BizSpark One startup company.