Steve Ballmer in Switzerland: "Technology has an exponential path in front of it, meaning it has the ability to propel science, medicine, business, social issues and personal interactions in ways that are increasingly important to society and our own everyday lives." Steve Ballmer…
The Welcome to WebMatrix Event in Ireland Part 2 of 4 features Josh Holmes and Cathal Connolly talking about WebMatrix, the new Razor syntax and DotNetNuke. Cathal demos how easy it is to work with a DNN site in WebMatrix and the new functionality in DNN that leverages the Razor.
This week on Channel 9, Dan is joined by Larry Larsen to discuss the week's top developer news, including: [00:25] Windows Phone 7 Announcements at Mobile World Congress [02:57] Window Azure Team - Windows Azure AppFabric February CTP now available, includes performance enhancements, improved…
Brian Peek interviews Arian Kulp for the Coding4Fun Show on Coding4Fun TV! Brian chats about our
MEF Utility Runner application.
You'll see us at C4F leveraging the MEF Utility Runner framework more in upcoming articles.
Robozzle is a Silverlight game that helps teach players the art of programming logic through a series of fun and challenging community-created puzzles. What's more, the game is "community sourced" meaning not only can
you contribute new levels - but actually help expand the game and…
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…
Waters has created a 4 part series on audio programming with .Net. Some point in the future, he'll be posting a full article with WPF on Coding4Fun as well!
How Audio Data is Represented
Demystifying the WAV Format
Synthesizing Simple Wave Audio using C#
Algorithms for Different Sound…
Reading a post by Phil Haack, I learned about a neat technology called LESS that helps reduce the amount of CSS and duplicated code you have to create. It was
originally a Ruby Gem but now has a .Net port called .Less which can be found at
It lets you do some amazing things…