Xbox LIVE Community Games
Ever wonder how you can get your game published? Didn't make the
Dream, Build, Play finalists last year (It is starting up again for this year!) but still want your friends to play it?
Don't worry, the XNA and Xbox Live teams now have Community Games. …
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?
HARSH_JOSHI has a post over on the MSDN forums on
how to create transparent menus and title bars for your applications. The article itself is written in VB.Net and is based off C++, c# and VB implementations.
Adding this code into your project is relatively straight forward…
Brian Trautman created a way to
share his computer's clipboard amoung multiple computers with web services.
His approach helps get around firewalls, NAT and what not. This also allows a feature that I wish was in Remote Desktop, the ability to copy non-text data.
Tim Higgins had a problem with "rabbits" cutting through his yard to go to the local pool. So Tim, as any
good inventor would, created a solution that watered his lawn and helped keep the "rabbits" away. His solution combines phidgets, an IR camera, and x10 to…
Caching with web content is a great way to reduce your bandwidth bills and server strain. Karin Huber has written an article on
different methods on how to get ASP.Net and IIS to cache content on the client's computer.
Karin talks about how to get IIS to cache different files and folders…
Is there anything twitter can't do? …
besides stay up for more than 20 minutes.
Justin Wickett automated his house's electrical system with Twitter! Justin used
Bob Paauwe's iLink INSTEON software to help automate it.
Control Lights with Twitter from
Justin Wickett on
Some of the authors for Coding4Fun presented at the Microsoft PDC 2008 conference and even if you didn't attend, you can still watch! If you have questions, feel free to comment and ask away.
WiiEarthVR – Brian Peek InnerTube – Dan Fernandez BabySmash – Scott Hanselman TwitterVote –…
"What if instead of ME going to get the BEER, the BEER came to ME?". This is the question John W. Cornwell answered when he created
what I will say is one of the neatest devices ever,
a robotic beverage launching refrigerator. You can view a video of it off