Keeping up with their tradition,
Don and Chris sing an inspired song for the holidays. Episodes
III are available if you are in the mood for more holiday fun.
Download the song in
WMA or MP3 format
This article walks the reader through the development of a Windows Mobile 5.0 application that interacts with Amazon's E-Commerce Service (ECS). I cover set up of the development environment and much of the code that is needed.
Readers can download the C# or VB.NET source code that…
This video went up a few days ago onto the marketplace, but here it is for those of you that don't have a 360 or just would rather see it on your PC/Zune/iPod/PSP...Here is the official description (from Major Nelson's post):"In the second Bungie “Vidoc” we take a long hard look at the…
I spent some time last week talking to some people from The Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education at Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey. They have an impressive portfolio of 20 K-12 curriculum projects that make the Internet a lot more than the simple though large…
We've posted about
Ashish Derhgawen once already and now he has posted a how to on
Code Project for his floppy drive camera panner. Ashish gives diagrams of how to create the cord to hook it up to your computer and what pin does what.
What do you give to the architect that has everything? How about a grab bag of really good advice an interesting discussion with a very smart architect and fellow podcaster Scott Hanselman? This episode defies a single description because we covered so much
ground but if you have ever listened…
MSNBC has a story on how
toy trains are making a big come back. So if you are afraid that your #36 and #20 trains will accidentally run into one another, fear no longer.
KAM Industries has a product that lets you run your own model train system using their software and be able to…
Time Required: 1-3 hours
Software: Z-Wave PC SDK
Z-Wave PC SDK
December 20, 2006
Controlling your lights with a remote is pretty cool, but doing it from your PC opens up a…
DeveloperDeveloperDeveloper day, captured here in its fourth iteration, is a one day event all about developers learning, sharing and interacting with each other in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. The day is put together by the community for the community:
there are no Microsoft speakers…