We just announced a
day of free training on November 16, 2009 in LA as part of PDC09. Did I mention that it is free, that it will include deep dives into the depth of Windows from folks like Mark Russinovich, Landy Wang and Arun Kishan? Wait, did I just write that?!
This is AWESOME. If you are…
Kang Su Gatlin, program manager on Visual C++, talks about the challenges that Visual C++ programmers have when moving to the managed code environment of .NET.
He also discloses that Visual C++ developers can use both managed and unmanaged code in their projects.
We continue the tour in the Microsoft car that we
Today you see a lot more about how you'll interact with cars in the future. Driving directions. Cheapest gas. Movie theaters. Weather. Placing phone calls. And much more. All with your voice.
We're so jealous of Peter. He…
ClickOnce is a new deployment technology in the next version of Visual Studio (Visual Studio 2005, aka "Whidbey").
ClickOnce lets you deliver .NET apps with just a single click off of a Web page. Here Jamie Cool demonstrates the developer experience of ClickOnce and how you'll be able…
Our new camera guy, Mike Hall, goes and visits Chris Gray, software development engineer with the Windows CE networking team.
Chris has built a small file server with the new Windows CE 5.0. In this 20 minute-long video he shows off the device, and then shows how to build an operating system and…
Mike Hall (remember
his tour of the Windows embedded lab?) took his camcorder over to get a look inside what the Windows Automotive group is doing.
Check out this car! (Er, it's a Hummer that's decked out with some interesting technology). Lots of speech recognition technology here.