Is there a night sky mapping app for windows phone? I am in northern NJ and every morning, 5 - 6:30 AM, I see a very bright object in the sky a bit south of east. It has to be Venus. Many mornings it is the only light visible in the sky. How would a mapping app work? Can the phone tell an app what direction the camera is pointed at? How much of an angle it is off of perpendicular to the ground?
the Anders presentation was great. I watched the headline WPF presentation - disappointed in that one. No new features in WPF. The future LINQ presentation by Bart de Smet went over my head so fast there was a sonic boom. I use LINQ all the time, understand IQueryable and expression trees But with so much of the deep dive stuff on C9, unless Anders is doing the explaining, I have a very hard time following the presentation.
I am finding c9 more and more over produced. You guys said access was great, and I tried it and found it really hard to use and understand. The dropping of windows mobile is very confusing - all this computing power in a phone, why can't it run .net and c#? - C9 has not explained it.
you mean something like this? ( from StackOverflow) I appreciate the power of WPF, but I feel I have to emerse myself in it for weeks at a time to be able to use it. The HTML/CSS version of the bulleted list is a lot easier to use.
<ItemsControl Name="lstScripts"> <ItemsControl.ItemTemplate>
Are they going to make it easier to create a bulleted list in WPF/Silverlght?
or with more data available, there are more chances to prove your innocence. The key to getting the duke rape case charges dismissed and disproven were the recordings made at the ATM showing one of the accused far from the location the government prosecutor said he was at.