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@Russ: Thanks for the comment. Sarah mentions that in the comments in her post, https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/sarahsays/2017/10/18/demystifying-gamemaker-studio/, and clarifies her use of "free"
@Hulsebus: Yep, but available via Amazon UK? Can you post the amazon.co.uk link to it? When I searched there, I couldn't find it...
@garfbradaz: Doesn't look like it currently is...
@mchraiet: Yeah, my bad... Fixed. Thanks for the heads-up.
@Marina: Best bet, to make sure the team sees your question, please click through to the repo, https://github.com/Microsoft/Gestures-Samples and post an issue there, https://github.com/Microsoft/Gestures-Samples/issues. The code is active and recently updated (as of 21 days ago)
@RichardD3: Nice, thank you! Post Updated
@Paresh: Best place for CodeMaid questions is their main site, http://www.codemaid.net/, or GitHub Repo/Issues, https://github.com/codecadwallader/codemaid/issues
@Artuom: Best bet would be to click through to Nico's post, http://www.spikie.be/post/2016/11/10/using-the-surface-dial-as-a-debug-tool.html, and ask him directly. That way it's much more likely he'll see your request.
The live stream is on the homepage, https://channel9.msdn.com/
You can rewind it view it from the start too...
@vasilis: There are a number of Kinect v2 code mentioned in this post, https://blogs.windows.com/buildingapps/2016/11/04/kinect-demo-code-and-new-driver-for-uwp-now-available and a much of v1.x samples here (for now), http://kinectforwindows.codeplex.com/
@alaa: It's open source, check out https://github.com/GeorgeAlexandria/CoCo
@James Jenkins: It's an independent implementation separate from Microsoft Agent...