just released a new version of their software which now allows you to use .Net coded robots! Awesome job guys. They have a
post regarding their implementation and their
wiki has a quick example to get you up and running and they also include
API references for Robocode.
The ASP.Net team has just announced a new free service for the public to use. If you have a website that uses jquery or the ASP.Net Ajax libraries, you can leverage our content delivery network (CDN) servers.
To implement this, on your website you just need to replace your current jquery script…
at SOA pit stop, they found a very interesting find that I didn't even know existed. Some hidden
Zune API's you can develop against.
They mention there are a few objects you can get to.
ZuneLibrary ZuneQueryList ZuneQueryItem
Which lets you do stuff like
2 days + 45,000 Attendees + 5,000 ft2 of Microsoft Makers = 100% Goodness
We had an amazing time at Maker Faire this year. It's always so much fun to interact with folks - show all the cool stuff you can build with our tools/technologies, and also get a better understanding…
GeoFrameworks and Jon Person released their GPS Framework for .NET on CodePlex! The really nice thing about this framework is it works with both the full blown .NET Framework and the Compact Framework. If you're developing for a Windows Mobile, embedded,
laptop or desktop computer, it should…
Donn Morse created a slightly modified
version of the XNA Racing Game Starter Kit to work with a custom game controller that has an accelerometer!
The sample driver supports communication between a Windows 7 application and the sensor. (Note that in addition to a dual axis accelerometer, the…
Here are a bunch of new examples for getting your Windows Phone 7 development on!
If you watched Mix 2010 keynote, you saw the Foursquare for Windows Phone 7 example and they just opened up the source code.
The Channel9 Learn center has multiple examples over at…
If you like twitter and World of Warcraft, check out the Coding4Fun project,
Version 2.0 brings some new features and bug fixes.
Fixed: Twitter connection and authentication issues Removed: The Windows pop-up messages whenever Twitter's service goes down. You can now…
Chris Smith had a talk at the CodeMash conference in January 2010 titled “Being an Evil Genius with F# and .NET”. Chris created a post about his talk and doing
Computer Vision, Speech Recognition, and shooting missiles at people all with F#!
Here is a bit of his speech recognition code using…
The guys over
at VisitMix created a new tool that converts Adobe Illustrator files to HTML5 canvas elements that can be rendered to any browser that supports the canvas element like IE9. They even have a Windows and OS X version of the tool.
Find out more at…