John Kennedy has created a
very nice diagram for aiding in Windows Mobile development. You want
GPS, VOIP, device emulators,
the Home screen,
Telephone API, ... list goes on and on.
If you're making a Windows Mobile application, I highly suggest checking out John's cheat sheet.
In case you missed it,
Brian Peek created a
Windows Home Server add-in for that lets people view their Outlook email from a web browser. What is
Windows Home Server? It is a product that allows you to manage your household's data and computers. It also can be extended to…
While not a solution for email, Phil
Haack talks about a simple way to help prevent spam bots from attacking your forms on your web sites. By using an invisible
captcha, one can defeat most bots.
First, what is a Captcha? It is a challenge - response test to help determine…
Due to a special election, a new congressman was put into office. Now, normally, I shrug my shoulders and not care. However,
Democratic Representative Bill Foster from Illinois has some skills. Foster is a physicist and can do something most computer programmer can't, he can code…
Have you ever wanted to change the world and beat some of the best teams across the world while doing it? If you answered "YES!" then the
Imagine Cup is the place for you.
What is the Imagine Cup? The Imagine Cup is a world-wide student technology competition that aims to…
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. …
So you are running Visual Studio 2008 but want to run the .Net 2.0 framework for
your applications? Tough break, well, actually it isn't.
Robin Fernandes shows how to set up Visual Studio 2008 to target a different framework than 3.5 (2.0 and 3.0).
LukeH over at MSDN blogs has…
With the final release of Visual Studio 2008, Microsoft is going to make the source for much of the .NET framework available. It will be under the Microsoft Reference Licence.
So what is included in this? The set of libraries initially includes the Base Class Libraries (System…
Rich McIver told us about a list showing
99 sites a developer should know about to help aid in the always changing world of web development. On the list you'll see sites like W3C, blogs we've linked to in the past,