For those lovers of World of Warcraft, The AddOn studio for Visual Studio v2 beta is now available on CodePlex.
Channel 9 even did an interview with some of the developers.
Gabor Ratky and Attila Kisko: AddOn Studio for World of Warcraft
Page Brooks created a neat Silverlight application that controls his treadmill. Page openly admits it is a proof of concept and really lacks
a real purpose, but from using some tools, he was able to create a very usable UI with minimal effort.
Here is a video of it in action.
Remember when your parents told you not to brag? Don't listen to them.
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Roiy Zysman has an interesting article on GeoTagging images. With a few quick .Net image functions, Roiy was able to embed
the GeoTag properties in.
Now if you really want to do GeoTagging and your camera doesn't support it, I suggest syncing your GPS and camera together then…
Scott Parker alerted me that the
Windows SDK team released Terrarium.
Terrarium's source code can be found over on CodePlex too!
So what is Terrarium? Way back in .Net 1.x land, someone game up with the idea to create a game to get people interested and building cool…
Radiohead did something pretty interesting. They released their new music video, which was done all in LIDAR. Their video is, for all intents and purposes, is just pure data!
They have all the data for you to play with over at
I love Minesweeper. CouchPotato99
does too, so much so they created a Zune Minesweeper game! Currently on
version 2.1, Potato gives out full source code over at
And if you're really hardcore about minesweeper, why not
view the in-process memory and cheat?
Sara Ford over at blogs.msdn.com has an amazing stream of tips and tricks with Visual Studio. She currently is on 256! A bunch of these tid bits about VS I had no clue were even in it!
One of my favorite tricks that most I've talked to aren't aware of is using the
Wilfred Pinto has a great demo of how to do Deep Zoom with 2 different render layouts. Wilfred's demo shows how to do a multi-row then a single row layout
based on the images height.
Wilfred even highlights what code is required to do the tasks at hand!
One of Coding4Fun's favorite contributor, Arian Kulp, was awarded the Microsoft MVP award for Visual C#. Last year another one of our contributors,
Brian Peek, won the award. And Brian was awarded again this year!
Awesome work guys.
And as always, if you are interested in becoming a…