Dashboard your next IoT project with Power BI
Thought Sirui Sun's recent post something you all might find interesting and different. Honestly I would have never thought of using Power BI with an IoT project, but after seeing this, it almost seems silly to not use it...
Last month, we released a set of features in preview designed to make it easier than ever to display real-time streaming data in your Power BI dashboards. Check out the announcement if you haven’t already. Today, I want to show you just how easy this can be.
Do you UWP? Then you'll want this...
If you're a UWP Dev, this is something you'll want to get... now. As in now, now... Go!
Recently, we released the Windows Anniversary Update and a new Windows Software Developer Kit (SDK) for Windows 10 containing tools, app templates, platform controls, Windows Runtime APIs, emulators and much more, to help create innovative and compelling Universal Windows apps.
Today, we are introducing the open-source UWP Community Toolkit, a new project that enables the developer community to collaborate and contribute new capabilities on top of the SDK....
Learning Scratch & the Raspberry Pi
Scratch is the world-leading visual programming language, created by the boffins at MIT. It's designed to help kids of all ages learn about computer science within minutes. We think it's rather cool, and it's been a core part of Raspberry Pi's software offering since day one for very obvious reasons.
We've been working for a while now to dedicate a new Essentials book to it, and we're ultra-chuffed to let you know that it's out now!
Kinect to Coordinate Mapping with help from Vitruvius
The one and only Vangos Pterneas is back (I'm telling you, he makes this job easy for me ;) with a new project, one that I see asked about all the time... Coordinate Mapping
Robot Kit, Raspberry PI 2 and Windows 10 IoT Core
The team at Xpirit have been publishing a magazine, one that if you're here I bet you'll like. Check it out at XPIRIT MAGAZINE #2
In this edition, Marco Mansi, wrote a great 7 page article, one that's perfect for our Hardware Friday project...
Pretty Up your Code Comments with Better Comments
Comments, love them or hate them, there's a place for them. What if you could pretty them up? Make different comments unique, actually put them to work!
Today's Visual Studio Extension Monday project comes from to us from Omar Rwemi, who's done just that...
Getting started with Cinder for Windows Store Apps
Rick Barraza will present a high level overview of the state of creative coding on Windows Store apps and then walk through setting up and working with the Cinder library in Visual Studio for creating amazing computational art.