The final version of Windows Home Server (WHS) has shipped! There are already
multiple add-in's for WHS and there is the
Code2Fame contest out there too. The Code2Fame contest must be postmarked by August 25th to count too.
So what is so cool about WHS? It helps protect your home. It helps…
If you like your photos with a unique flare to it, check out
Rasterbator. Matias Arje also has a .Net port of Rasterbator complete with source code.
So what exactly is Rasterbator? It is a program that more or less pixilate your photos but uses circles instead of squares. It allows you to…
off a quick easy way to get “good enough” GPS coordinates from your Windows Mobile phone. Did I say “Good enough”? I did and am referring to Assisted GPS triangulation. It won't give you a
precise location lock, however, it will be near you.
By using the Radio Interface Layer,…
If you ever wondered how to build tetris, fear no longer. The
Small Basic team has a sample of Tetris in SmallBasic. The post has all the source in their blog posting and can just be cut and copied to a fully functional game.
You can grab Small Basic over at DevLabs on MSDN.
I wasn't aware of box selection which has been in Visual Studio for some time now until I viewed this video for what is coming up with Visual Studio 2010. The video shows off some additional multiline editing functions added in 2010.
All I have to say is
holy gazooks Batman that is…
Konkol for Maker Faire 2008 created a LED photo booth using c# and some BetaBrite Prism signs.
Using the BetaBrite API written by Jeff Atwood (and ported by me), DirectShow lib and some additional code, Andy created a full blown a scaleable photo booth.
Andy had to make some…
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
Jeff shows off the sample of getting the first 500…
We have just launched an all new series over on Channel9 that teaches beginning developers with little programming experience how to develop applications for Windows Phone 7. This series assumes that they have absolutely no knowledge of C#, Silverlight,
or mobile development. In just a few…
The guys over
at VisitMix created a new tool that converts Adobe Illustrator files to HTML5 canvas elements that can be rendered to any browser that supports the canvas element like IE9. They even have a Windows and OS X version of the tool.
Find out more at…