Coding4Fun First Quarter 2014 Round-Up

It's been three months already? Wow, seems like the year is just flying by. Anyway, here's the first Coding4Fun Quarterly round-up. Since you and I are figuring this out as we go, I wasn't sure if I should break out March's posts, or just assume you'd catch them in the combined list. To be on the safe side, I went ahead and broke them out. The Coding4Fun posts for just March are below the Quarter round-up.

Hope this helps and I'd like to take all the authors of these projects. It's through their work and sharing that making this blog work. You rock! :)

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Happy New Year!
Using Wifi-Direct and Proximity API for peer file transfers
Getting going with GART, the Geo AR Toolkit, on Windows Phone 8
Playing in the Babylon.js sandbox and editor
AGENT Smartwatch gets experimental, community driven, Visual Studio 2013 support
Thinking about building your own Tower Game? Start with TGSK (Tower Game Starter Kit)
Weathr, the C++, DirectX and XAML Windows Store App
"How To Make Your Own Lightsaber"
Driving the Silverlit Ferrari 458 Italia with the RC API
Bringing the Modern Touch keyboard into your WPF app
High speed, low drag with the SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface) and .Net Micro Framework
Liking LICEcap (Desktop capture to animated GIF)
LiveChat Starter Kit, SignalR style
Coding4Fun January 2014 Round-Up
No empty nesting here, Mads' File Nesting Visual Studio Extension
Mastering your .Net Math needs with ILNumerics
3D Printed, Bluetooth enabled, Netduino powered, Windows Phone Controled Rodent Chaser
Tiled, your TMX game tile map creating tool
Planetary.js - "Awesome interactive globes for the web"
uNFC - Windows Embedded Platform NFC Library
F3 is so yesterday... The Sando Visual Studio Extension provides real code indexing, search and more
SocialGoal - ASP.NET MVC 5, EF 6 Code First, AutoMapper, Autofac, TDD and DDD Sample Site
Home Automation with a little help from Netduino, Microsoft Kinect Point Cloud and Speech Recognition
Need help cleaning up your code? CodeMaid to the rescue!
Add a little spin to your next XAML project with Spinkit.Xaml
Coding4Fun February 2014 Round-Up
Putting a friendly face on statelessness, the Stateless Designer Visual Studio Extension
Sometimes it's the small things, but not this time. This is Biggy!
Building your own Office Remote like project...
Get ready for the ratings and getting going with the Windows Phone Rate My App
Powering up with BLE in Windows 8.1
Windows Phone, RC cars and you...
Visual Studio Bing... The WebSearch Extension for Visual Studio
The Seven Parts of "HTML 5 Fundamentals"
Eight Racer, Window Phone 8 Dagu i-Racer
Ready for Build?
OGRE you ready to build Windows 8.1 games?
IoT Thermal Printer, all with a little Py and Pi

Coding4Fun Kinect Gallery

Natural Bing Maps Navigation...
Getting started with your new Kinect v1
Connect to space with NASA JPL, Oculus Rift and the Kinect v2
Kinect v1 vs Kinect v2 (RGB and Depth)
"Kinect for Windows SDK 実践プログラミング [Practical Programming]"
Dive into Developing with the Kinect for Windows v2
Dynamic Grammar and the Kinect
Illuminating Illustration Room with the Kinect
Rock, Paper, Kinect for Windows v2...
Kinect Fusion powered 3D with WebGL, BabylonJS
Kinect for Windows SDK C++ Samples
KinectTools for your Kinect for Windows 1.x Skeleton Drawing
New "Kinect Interaction with WPF" Pluralsight course
Kinect to Global Game Jam 2014 and Fru!
BMW i8 Advertising with the Kinect
Kinect gestures, an implementation walk through
Two Kinect Speech Tips
Kinect on the Korean border
Deep Diving into the Kinect for Windows v2, Part 2...
Looking at the Kinect for Windows v2
Kinect for Windows – What’s new, a view from a Kinect for Windows MVP
Kinect for Windows v2 Events Sample in C++
Getting a Continuous Grip [aka ContinousGrippedState] with the Kinect.Reactive
Mysteries of Kinect for Windows Face Tracking...
More Tips and Tricks for the Kinect to Windows SDK
Color, depth and infrared streams in the Kinect for Windows v2 world (here's how)
Kinecting to your Heart[rate]
GesturePak 2.0 Alpha for the Kinect for Windows v2
A Bridge not to far... The Kinect Common Bridge get face tracking and voice recognition.
Accessible Kinect and Yoga
Kinect 1 vs. Kinect 2, a quick side-by-side reference
Today's hot project, Hotspotizer!
Kinecting to the Mona Lisa
Body Tracking with the Kinect for Windows v2
Jitter Filter for the Kinect
Face Swap... with a little help from the Kinect for Windows v2
Getting down and dirty coding with the Kinect for Windows v2

Just looking for March's posts?

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Putting a friendly face on statelessness, the Stateless Designer Visual Studio Extension
Sometimes it's the small things, but not this time. This is Biggy!
Building your own Office Remote like project...
Get ready for the ratings and getting going with the Windows Phone Rate My App
Powering up with BLE in Windows 8.1
Windows Phone, RC cars and you...
Visual Studio Bing... The WebSearch Extension for Visual Studio
The Seven Parts of "HTML 5 Fundamentals"
Eight Racer, Window Phone 8 Dagu i-Racer
Ready for Build?
OGRE you ready to build Windows 8.1 games?
IoT Thermal Printer, all with a little Py and Pi

Coding4Fun Kinect Gallery

Color, depth and infrared streams in the Kinect for Windows v2 world (here's how)
Kinecting to your Heart[rate]
GesturePak 2.0 Alpha for the Kinect for Windows v2
A Bridge not to far... The Kinect Common Bridge get face tracking and voice recognition.
Accessible Kinect and Yoga
Kinect 1 vs. Kinect 2, a quick side-by-side reference
Today's hot project, Hotspotizer!
Kinecting to the Mona Lisa
Body Tracking with the Kinect for Windows v2
Jitter Filter for the Kinect
Face Swap... with a little help from the Kinect for Windows v2
Getting down and dirty coding with the Kinect for Windows v2

Past Round-Ups

Coding4Fun January 2014 Round-Up
Coding4Fun February 2014 Round-Up

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