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  • Blog Post: EWS: Importing bank holidays from an Outlook.hol based CSV file

    This is a follow up post for Outlook Code: Importing bank holidays from an Outlook.hol based CSV file. I’ve written the script a while back and I thought I’d update for ease of use and to add some extra functionality. The script uses the EWS Managed API to connect to the mailboxes so please make sure...
  • Blog Post: My new Windows Phone Games

    Continuing the streak of Construct 2 games today I bring you 2 new games I published in the Windows Phone Store. Flappy in the Storm Hang Me All my games are FREE and I would really love to hear your feedback. Check the trailers and the list of all my games. Flappy in the Storm Help Flappy...
  • Blog Post: New Year, New Games

    If you are looking for new Windows Games look no further, I have 3 for you! They were created by CNG Studios , and I can attest that they are passionate gamers and would love your feedback to create a great gaming experience for you. Ocean Match Cute aquatic game by CNG studios: Download...
  • Blog Post: Some Cube Defenders for Christmas?

    Continuing the streak of Construct 2 games today I bring you my newest Tower new games I published in the Windows Store . Cube Defenders All my games are FREE and I would really love to hear your feedback. Check the trailers and the list of all my games. Cube Defenders The invading red...
  • Blog Post: Create your Own Christmas Game

    This is a video tutorial to create a game similar to my own Christmas Factory . You can download it for FREE at http://bit.ly/xmasfactory The game was created with Construct 2 (Download free at www.scirra.com ) and it shows the basics of a 2D game with this cool game engine. Check my other games...
  • Blog Post: More Christmas Games

    Continuing the streak of Construct 2 games today I bring you 2 new games I published in the Windows Store . Christmas Factory Hang Me World Capitals Both games are FREE and I would really love to hear your feedback. Check the trailers and the list of all my games. Christmas Factory Santa...
  • Blog Post: Weekend links 12/14

    And we are Back!!! After having some complicated vacations I wanted to re start with a good note and bring you some cool articles with Microsoft related news, and technology in general! Publish your apps now to take advantage of the biggest holiday season yet http://blogs.windows.com/windows_phone...
  • Blog Post: My Christmas Games

    Last night I published two new games to the Windows Store . Both have the spirit of the season (somehow) Hang Me Christmas and Santa Vs Zombies . I would appreciate if you take the time to download them (like all my games these two are FREE) and give me some feedback. Santa Vs Zombies Zombies...
  • Blog Post: Games for your Holidays

    It is great to get in touch with a team as active as GPI 's. They have been publishing a great amount of games in the last weeks and I would miss the opportunity to point you to their games in the Windows Store . I will list some of their cool games and remind you that you can also check my own games...
  • Blog Post: 5 tips for sharing photos of family and friends

    Last week we talked about the ever-increasing trend of uploading pictures to photo sharing and social media sites over the holidays . As you celebrate Thanksgiving this year in the United States, don’t forget about online privacy. Be careful what you post about yourself, but also be careful what...
  • Blog Post: Outlook Code: Importing bank holidays from an Outlook.hol based CSV file

    We have been getting a few requests for code to automate the import of bank holidays in Outlook and prevent duplication. The easiest way to achieve this was to actually use the updated Outlook.hol file containing bank holiday definitions that Outlook uses when using the holiday import wizard. I have...
  • Blog Post: GIZMODO: This is what Pi Sounds Like

    Happy Pi day folks! Math teachers, students and scientists are celebrating Pi Day today. Some of us are life-long students who love the mystery of numbers. Pi is a Greek letter and the symbol used for the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. It is a number with no end that starts with...
  • Blog Post: Windows Developer Center Updates for the week of 12/24/2010

    One of the last weeks of the year! The office has been very slow this week and there haven't been content updates or releases due to the limited people working. That said, I have a few reminders and recommendations for content that might be helpful for budding and experienced programmers: The Beginner...
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