Here, for your viewing pleasure, is the Microsoft keynote at the Game Developer's Conference (GDC). Highlights include
- Latest Xbox Live stats
- Dishwasher Samurai
- First look at Ninja Gaiden
- XNA community announcements
- XNA running on a Zune
and lots more, check it out!
In this demo, Chris Mayo, the technical evangelist for Unified Communications (UC) and John Rauschenberger from
Clarity Consulting team up to show how developers can customize UC features to hit everything from outgoing calls, IP phone, to smart presence awareness. John also whiteboards how the…
Tim, Jason, and a few other folks are travelling all over the West coast meeting with customers, partners and of course, coding. Here you'll get a tour of their rolling crib and learn what
The Code Trip is all about.
The Music Steering Project is a software project that analyzes audio content to dynamically build a playlists of similar music (similar to Pandora). This enables you to easily discover new artists and songs, a problem I've personally had with a Zune subscription.
It also enables you to set the…
In honor of Earth day today, we're putting this video back up on the home page as it's a great eco-friendly concept and it's programmable!
What if you could build a microchip that was power efficient enough to run a small Web server and host Web services that enabled it to monitor or change it's…
Resolver One is a Power User's spreadsheet written in IronPython and DLR that dynamically generates IronPython code based on spreadsheet values and formulas. The cool thing is you can
write .NET code with IronPython (or call .NET code written in any language) directly inline and have it apply…
Doug Hodges, a Principal Software Architect on the Visual Studio platform team, is interviewed by
Ken Levy discussing the history of the Visual Studio IDE. Doug is often referred to as the father (or cool uncle) of the original Visual Studio IDE shell. The
text transcript for this interview is…
This is a recording of a session at the Game Developer's Conference given Shannon Posniewski, from Cryptic Studios. Shannon walks through the reasons why traditional relational databases simply don't scale to massive multiplayer online games.
Sean O'Driscoll, a General Manager for Community Support and the MVP Program at Microsoft, is interviewed by
Ken Levy discussing the history, current state, and future of Microsoft MVPs and the MVP Program. For the past 5 years, Sean has been responsible for the MVP Program which now includes about…