Dan Waters has created an
tutorial about how to create a XNA video game from scratch. I'm not talking just source, he talks about creating 3D models, texturing, creating audio, and more. Dan has 12 chapters all with videos and provides the
source code including audio, textures, and models. Be…
Coding4Fun has released the 2008 Developer Kit. What is included in this kit? Three different ways to use Bluetooth, easy ways to do emailing, power management examples, Windows Desktop Search, a P2P picture sharing example, a RSS Reader Screen saver
ASP.Net Ajax (formally known as Atlas) has a
list samples that show off some pretty neat things such as
rounded corners, an
accordion navigation system,
drop downs, and
For more samples, Code Project has a ton of free examples also.
I found this while doing
This week on Channel 9. CamSpace is a webcam tracking system that looks utterly amazing. I wish I knew more other than the video but their blog / site is a tad sparse on information.
Ok, you're new to programming? Don't fully understand Object-Oriented programming?
Don't worry, Microsoft just launched the
Beginner Developer Learning Center. They have 2 different tracks, web and windows development. Each track has 3 tiers. Tier 1 provides a foundation to help ground…
Visual Studio 2005 Express is the most comprehensive and full- featured interactive development environment (IDE) released to date. As part of the product mix, Microsoft has announced a series of Express editions, which make this power available to anyone
for almost no investment. In…
Want to see how to do some neat stuff on the Zune HD?
Development Prerequisites (install in this order):
Visual Studio (non-express) or Visual C# 2008 Express (download)
XNA Game Studio 3.1 (download)
XNA Game Studio Zune Extensions (download)
Dan waters is also blogging about creating a…
We've talked in the past about debugging your application but if you can't attach a debugger to your website,
why not use the ASP.Net Tracing? This acts very much like a Debug.WriteLine in a Windows application but instead you do
Since this does have some memory ramifications,…
Charles Petzold blogged about a rather interesting, while geeky, topic a bit ago about
non-affine transforms. I personally had to look up what that exactly meant, but what it allowed
Charles to create create curved slider bars with WPF.
Charles has a 2D shown to your right, my left, XAML…
Adam Kinney created a fun example squishing bugs to show off Silverlight 4.0's webcam support. He created simple motion detection using a diff
calculation on multiple threads to figure out where his finger was to smooth the bugs! Here is a video showing off the project.
If you want to…