Bruce Baikie the co-founder and CEO of Green Wi-Fi stopped by to show us how he brings economically sound Wi-Fi to countries in need. When Bruce starting investigating computing overseas he saw the biggest issue was a lack of power. With a power engineering background he developed…
The Demystified Series is pleased to present a collection of screencasts on
Windows Authorization Manager (AzMan). Keith Brown, a contributing editor for MSDN Magazine and co-founder of PluralSight, states that this series provides, “…what may be your first look at Authorization Manager – a…
I couldn't possibly be the only one who really wants a "wireframe room" in his house (or am I?) Sculptor Thomas Raschke makes the virtual a reality with his Wire Frames, art based on model forms. There is something technologically comforting about seeing things in reality as they are so…
One of the things I really like about my Windows Mobile phone (a HTC 8525 on Cingular) is that I can change my entire UI whenever I want. I've used different skins, backgrounds, UI enhancements, heck - I even had it looking like an i-something-or-other for a while. It's this freedom to make the…
Ok, you're new to programming? Don't fully understand Object-Oriented programming?
Don't worry, Microsoft just launched the
Beginner Developer Learning Center. They have 2 different tracks, web and windows development. Each track has 3 tiers. Tier 1 provides a foundation…
This articles shows how to build a Windows Live Messenger Add-in that connects to Windows Sharepoint Services.
Software: Visual Basic or Visual C# Express Editions,
Windows Live Messenger,…
Scott Hanselman hacks up some more hardware, this time the
CueCat to get more info about the books he is reading onto his blog.
Scott decodes the barcode information, changes the UPC into ISBN, then call Amazon's Web Service via REST and finally wraps everything up into a Live Writer…
Microsoft has sponsored a 4 day
XNA game building contest at the Game Developer Conference. Joystiq has some excellent converage of the individual teams. So far Joystiq has posted articles about
Dungeon Quest, and
TechFest is quite the event. The room it's taking place in isn't especially big, but it seems enormous because any geek with an ounce of good geeky sense knows to stop at
every single last booth.
Nothing bores. Nothing displeases.
It's all amazing.
In this video, you'll get to take a look…
Joel Pobar's Geek Story.Joel comes over as a mild-mannered geek. Underneath his manner is developer who knows his stuff: especially when it comes to Microsoft's CLR, dynamic languages and some personal research he is doing that was presented at BarCampSydney.For more up-to-date info, visit Joel's…