Julie Larson-Green, Corporate Vice President Windows Experience at Microsoft, unveiled a fast and fluid new user interface for the upcoming Windows 8 at the company's Build conference earlier today in Anaheim. Larson-Green previewed the new "Metro style" UI including the Start screen.
Steven Sinofsky, President , Windows and Windows Live Division at Microsoft, spoke at the company's Build conference in Anaheim, Sinofsky presented to a sold-out audience of developers and shared an early preview of Windows 8, the next version of Microsoft's best-selling operating system.
Today's project doesn't have source yet available, but it show a pretty different way to use the Kinect SDK. We've seen games, music, funny stuff, etc, but what about a "real world" example? Something that's almost more "Minority Report" than other examples? Say, using the…
TechNet RadioSep 13, 2011 at 4:00AM0
We’re here with Part 2 of our Tips and Tricks for Windows Deployment Services and in this episode Microsoft Setup and Deployment MVP, Rhonda Layfield helps us navigate through the Windows Pre-Installation Environment or WinPE. Click here to Download Microsoft Private Cloud Evaluation Software If…
The ability to rapidly scale your application in response to changes in demand is one of the key benefits that Windows Azure delivers when you host your applications in the cloud. If you rely on manual interventions to scale your application, you may not always achieve the optimal balance between…
Code for this project This is the second in a series of videos that will detail how to add Windows Phone Mango functionality to an existing Windows Phone application, step by step. In our first sample, we modified an existing XNA game to leverage the new Silverlight / XNA integration available in…
Today's project comes from a Friend of the Gallery, Shai Raiten, who's been doing some fun stuff with Kinect. His most recent project is both a cool and fun example of how a Kinect might be used to liven up a reception room. Instead of having the boring reception room, instead having one that not…
Fabien Royer (aka. Mr. "Doing some really cool stuff with Netduino") takes us through adding a JPEG serial camera to a Netduino project. Think about some of the cool things you might be able to do if your Netduino project could take pictures. It adds a whole new dimension to what you…
TechNet RadioSep 11, 2011 at 11:55PM0
Its IT Time and in Part 1 of this 3 part series, Blain Barton and John Baker welcome back Setup and Deployment MVP, Rhonda Layfield to the show. Tune in as Rhonda provides her Top 5 Tips and Tricks for setting up Windows Deployment Services (WDS) as she tackles some key infrastructure issues that…