TechFest is quite the event. The room it's taking place in isn't especially big, but it seems enormous because any geek with an ounce of good geeky sense knows to stop at
every single last booth.
Nothing bores. Nothing displeases.
It's all amazing.
In this video, you'll get to take a look…
In this installment of "Some Assembly Required" column, Scott Hanselman borrows Travis Illig's CueCat BarCode scanner and creates a plugin for Windows Live Writer than lets him blog more easily about books he's reading. We
decode the bar code info, change UPCs into ISBNs, call…
In this installment of the "Some Assembly Required" column, Scott Hanselman creates a Family Fingerprint Manager using .NET 2.0 that interfaces with the Microsoft Fingerprint Reader and the GrFinger SDK from Griaule.
In this Part Two of "Some Assembly Required", Scott Hanselman extends his original Microbric Viper Robot/Iguanaworks IR solution to script-enable control of the robot with Lee Holme's "PowerShell LOGO." Background
This article shows how to build a .NET application using an accelerometer to measure the performance of a vehicle. An accelerometer is an instrument that is used for measuring acceleration. By using basic physics equations,
we can derive a vehicle's current speed, distance traveled,…
I first learned about Clint Rutkas when I read a Coding4Fun article in which he described what it took to build a C#-driven disco
floor for his apartment (Clint has since become
the Coding4Fun blog home page author - congrats on that).
I figured I'd meet him at a conference someday or…
Most of you are probably enjoying the game about now, and the halftime entertainment could prove to be the 2nd most entertaining part of the day (behind either the TV ads or the game, depending on how your team's doing). Prince will rock Miami harder than ever before, thanks in part to the new Gen3…
This is Japanese conversation only. English subtitle is not available.This video shows you a special event for Windows Vista & 2007 Office system by Microsoft Japan at Omotesando Hills, Tokyo, Japan from Jan 27, 2007 to Jan 28, 2007.You can see many brand new PCs for Japanese market.The video…
Control a remote controlled car with your computer using Microsoft Robotics Studio. Then, add a wireless IP camera for stealthy remote operation.
Software: Visual Basic or Visual C# Express…