Vincent Oh (IW Product Manager), Stanley Tan (Academic Program Manager) and Chewy Chong (Developer Evangelist) were the first ever to install the newly released Office 2007 in Singapore (and probably all of Asia Pacific). In this quick little video, they
brag about this point and show the first…
Lifehacker alerted me that Live can now
do 3D maps! Right now San Francisco, Atlanta, Boston, and Seattle are in 3D.
What is even cooler is you can use some
Here is the "hello world" program from the post.
Sure designing and building an application is great fun but once it goes into production the real work begins. Managing, monitoring, provisioning are all a part of the day to day operations of a mission critical system. In this episode we are joined by the
operations team from CBA to hear how…
The war of the languages.
Some people like c#, others like VB. Yes, there are others like, Ruby, C++, Python, Java, PHP ... but more on the lines of .Net languages, transcoding code examples becomes a bit of a headache.
Personally, I have issues reading VB. I don't know the syntax…
Welcome to the eighth installment of The Voice of Support!
This week, we sat down with Mark Auld, Senior Support Program Manager here at Microsoft, to discuss Games for Windows support, and some past impressions of upcoming technology and titles featured a while back at E3.
That's right kids, Windows Vista is a done deal. Dinner's ready, locked and loaded, our body finally cashed the check our ego wrote. Microsoft Windows Czar Jim "Who loves you baby" Allchin is at this moment hosting the teleconference to spread the good word (though with all these blogs and…
Breisch found a
simple wrapper on code project to the
USPS Web Tool API. With these tools, one is able to provide address verification, zip code retrieval, package tracking and so on.
You can get a USPS ID by using this form.
The article expains writing a game, Pac-Man for Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone platform
Bryan Dougherty's Blog
Software: Visual Basic or Visual C# Express Editions
Hardware: Motorola MPX220
This is Part 6 of an introductory series on game programming using the Microsoft .NET Framework and managed DirectX 9.0. This article covers Lights and Materials and gives a very basic introduction to terrain.