I couldn't solve the easy version of the Rubik's cube, maybe with a hammer I'll be able
to solve the Cube21 sided version.
Pavel Šavara however solved the Cube21 programmatically with C++, CLI, WPF, SQL, WCF, and ASP + Ajax. Pavel goes into some detail on his methods and math on…
Luke, a member of the c# team, created a
Ray Tracer in c#. What is ray tracing exactly? Well,
Wikipedia explains it to be a technique to model the path taken by light by following the rays as the interact with different surfaces. Ok, in English it means you get an extremely high output image…
Who says business software can't be fun?
Wooseok Seo created a port of Tetris in Excel of all things.
Frank La Vigne found this peice of gold which dates back from March 2004.
By leveraging Visual Studio Tools for Office System, he added Tetris in Excel. He shows the basics of tetris,…
Are you student in need of some Microsoft software? Still in high school or your college doesn't have access to MSDNAA? Don't worry since
Microsoft just launched DreamSpark over on Channel 8.
So what is DreamSpark exactly? It is a student program that will make a broad range of development and…
Brian Peek, one of the Coding 4 Fun authors,
posted a video of the King from Chuck E. Cheese. If you haven't been to Chuck E. Cheese, he is one of their animatronic characters that sings and dances and generally scares children.
Now what it really cool is how the person controlled the King. It…
Ever wonder how to build a chess game?
Jacques Fournier has built a c# chess game with a built in game import engine.
Jacques's version has the following features:
Visual interface Multiple difficulty levels Database of book openings Loading / saving of game Undo / redo functions Reversing…
Jaime Rodriguez has a great post on some of the interesting things we at Microsoft have on one of our internal discussions, namely the WPF one.
The big one I noticed was that my favorite was smack at the top. INotifyCollection is now going to be part of system.dll so you can make your now see…
For people that really don't have that much database experience, people may not know what this is or why it is deadly.
I was reading Larry O'Brien's website and came across this link about injection attacks and figured it is something that should
Joel Spolsky wrote a
out about a game that was done at Microsoft's Puzzle day involving everyone's favorite book, Harry Potter and his wand. All wand jokes aside,
Nathan Pooley, appears to have created the wand and shows how to build a Harry Potter Point of View (PoV) wand. It detects if you did the correct…