For ASP.NET 4.5 there are new APIs on MachineKey: Protect and Unprotect which is actually easier to use in web environments
Apr 10, 2014 at 11:52 AM
Apr 10, 2014 at 11:11 AM
Another hacky way is to use KeyValuePair<T1, T2> or return a dynamic object :)
@8SheldonS8 I don't mind orange but I think the shirt is way to bright, why not switch to red?
Ever since I saw the first EVER video demo of the LeapMotion, I wondered how long until I can buy a laptop/tabled/phone with a build-in leap motion sensors. Can you imagine the possibilities and new applications? it would be so cool ... Open the laptop and use a "secret" hand gesture to unlock it, can't wait !!!!!
Pretty cool Laura, Kudos to you and your team for bring us cool content about pretty cool apps and entrepreneurs, definitely this one is very inspiring, hopefully they the guys behind CamWow are not a one hit wonder.
BTW the name reminds me of ShamWOW haha, I think the Jing should totally play it out and get a hair cut and promote the CamWOW just like the guy from ShamWOW video, that would so viral Fo sho
Thanks for the tip about windows dev center (desktop apps are still live and kicking) as a .NET dev this will come in handy to update my knowledge and have it as reference.
Props for having the Hockey Shirt, you should explain a bit of history about that particular shirt.
Also we should fix the new "blue screen" and make it more social don't you guys think?
Oct 09, 2012 at 1:07 PM
First Comment, yay !!
Good luck paul I hope your startup goes to infinity and beyond !!
You should wear a diferent had every show
Thanks for the sample link Vittorio, I am aware of the sample code but haven't taken a look at it yet, you guys should make more videos about Azure AD, I like the tool that you used to test the rest API.
Pretty cool stuff.
Wow lots of stuff in this release, good job guys