Pebble Watch: Building an app that incorporates the Pebble Watch

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Pebble Watch: Building an app that incorporates the Pebble Watch

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This blog is making any statements about a “Microsoft” Official watch, except that I thought that the MSN watch was pretty cool, and the SPOT technology was SPOT on.  So again, this is NOT an official statement about a “Microsoft” Official Watch or software related to that.  If it was I would mention that the SPOT technology was used in the previous Microsoft Watch, and it can be found at the Microsoft Microframework community site: , which I think is still alive and kicking.

But before one starts writing code, you will need to write a specification.

And since I have an appointment, feel free to get started.

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