One of my biggest problems when getting bubble gum are the white ones. I hate them. Thanks to Bubkas, this isn't a problem anymore since they created a Lego NXT bubble gum sorter. I wonder what the big O notation is for this bubble sort?
Would you like to create your own wizard extremely easily?
Dan Fernandez, over at Channel 9, has his weekly show and I found something extremely cool and useful.
On Code Project, Manish Ranjan Kumar has created a wizard control. Well, what makes this so cool? It has full designer support,…
Here at Coding4Fun, we love the WiiMote and we've found yet another cool wiimote application using Brian Peek's wiimote wrapper.
This is not a label created a Wiimote drum kit project and it is pretty neat. They've posted the
source code too.
On 1/16/08, Microsoft announced
the ability to
download some of the .NET Framework source code for debugging. This download process was only supported inside of a properly configured Visual Studio 2008.
21 Days Later,
Kerem Kusmezer and
John Robbins released a tool to download the source code…
Dan Waters has created an
tutorial about how to create a XNA video game from scratch. I'm not talking just source, he talks about creating 3D models, texturing, creating audio, and more. Dan has 12 chapters all with videos and provides the
source code including audio, textures, and models. Be…
Would you like to have your iTunes lists play on the Zune? Avner Aharoni wrote an application in
Visual Basic using LINQ to do just this. If you want to view just the LINQ, you can head over to
Code @ MSDN.
So why is this possible? Since LINQ can do XML and iTune's database is just XML, it is…
Maker Faire 2008 is coming up fast and Coding4Fun was wondering what we should
whip up. Comment or email us. We have some ideas but would love to hear what the community would want us to do.
Last year we had: Programmatic Party' with a
Disco dance floor and automated bartender, Home…
Greg Dolley has done something amazing.
Greg ported id software's video game, Quake 3, to .Net.
I'm going to take a quote from his website regarding the port
Before I begin explaining the port, I'd like to clarify one thing. Someone emailed me last week regarding this port and judging from…
There comes a time in every geek's life that makes me proud. The day they pick up
their first soldering iron. The reasons vary, such as you
broke your USB port on your cell phone and need to replace it.
Now if you haven't already learned to solder, Hack-a-day also has an
Andrew Rudson managed to get his RockBand drums working on his PC and created a sweet 3D interface for it. He has an installer for it and it uses DirectX 9.0c. You can pick sounds and record your finished
creation too. I'm personally going to do all cowbells.