Defrag: Hyperlapse, Stealth Bikes, Summer of Larry (his "Infection") and more...
Microsoft tech troubleshooter extraordinaire Gov Maharaj and I help walk you through troubleshooting solutions to your tech support problems. If you have a problem you want to send us, you can use the Problem Step Recorder in Windows 7 (see this for details on how) and send us the zip file to DefragShow@microsoft.com...
From XNA to DirectX/DirectXTK, a Bizzy Bee conversion series
Tess Ferrandez, If broken it is, fix it you should, just posted a great series where she, an admitted C# Dev playing in C++, converts her Windows Phone 7 based Bizzy Bee app, Bizzy Bees - A XNA for Windows Phone 7 game building walkthrough, from XNA to C++, DirectX/DirectXTK.
A USB3 tip for non-USB3 Laptops in the Kinect for Windows v2 world...
Looking to get a cool new Kinect for Windows v2 device, but don't have a USB3 port? Friend of the Gallery, Bruno Capuano, has a suggestion that might help...
[#KINECTSDK] You don’t have #USB3 on your laptop? A #USB3 PCMCIA card can be your friend to use #KinectV2
In other posts I mentioned how demanding...
Tv2 - Terminator, Kinect for Windows v2 conversion...
I got my hands on a Kinect2 last week so I decided to re-write the Terminator...
A View to an Adornment... Creating a Visual Studio Viewport Adornment Extension
Shemeer NS, Shemeer's World of Programming, continues his quest to show us all the different ways we can extend our favorite development environment, through the power of code and extensions.
Recently he released another great tutorial that shows us how we can create our own Viewport Adornment Extension......
TWC9: Compile like it's 1992, Hyperlapse your GoPro, CocosSharp and more...
This week on Channel 9, Dan and Brian discuss the week's top developer news, including;
Hardware hands for Software fingers...
So you've a software dev. You've thought about how cool doing some hobby hardware building and hacking would be, but are not really sure where to start? Eric Lee's recent post might be enough to get your off your... um... to get you going... yeah, that's it. :)
Hello (Kinect for Windows v2) World Series
Mike Taulty has been blogging away, sharing his recent Kinect for Windows v2 experiences and, best of all, code...
Kinect Controlled Creepy Cat Eyes
Today's project is a combined hardware/software project, using Arduino, simple-openni, a little arts and crafts and of course a Kinect to build a project that will help you creep out your friends... (found via Hack-a-Day's post, Creepy Cat Eyes with a Microsoft Kinect)
MonoGame for Windows 8 tutorial and ton's of new samples too
It's been a while we've chatted about MonoGame.
What is MonoGame?
Write once, play everywhere.
One framework for creating powerful cross-platform games.
By leveraging C# and other .NET languages on Microsoft and Mono platforms you can write modern, fast, and reliable game code.