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  • Blog Post: Bing Map SDK Beta, could you use it with Kinect?

    Checking the most excellent source of all things Kinect and there is no demo project that uses Kinect with Bing Map SDK.  Think about it, if you watched the movie Minority Report (but not the Philip K. Dick story of the same name) the detectives were using a tool that looked a lot like Kinect. So...
  • Blog Post: Free Tutorial by Kevin Hoffman: WP7 for iPhone and Android Developers - Using Bing Maps

    Again, this is an awesome tutorial, and if you are going to read one tutorial this summer, you should read this one! WP7 for iPhone and Android Developers - Using Bing Maps Please, make sure to rate your experience (I would recommend 5 stars!)
  • Blog Post: Expression Blend at Mix 11

    The Expression Group has been improving the quality of the tutorials and other infrastructure around their product.  Good thing, there for awhile it was pretty bad, with Expression 2.0 tutorials mixed in with Expression 3.0 and the UI was quite a bit different. Take a look at the http://electricbeach...
  • Blog Post: {Dev:unplugged} contest: You can win $40,000 for entering this contest and submitting an HTML5 based project

    Also, You can win an ASUS Eee Slate just by registering.  WOW! Maybe I will do a few blogs on HTML5 and why it is important, how it will work with XAML, and so forth. Maybe not. Can you use WebMatrix to enter this contest? YES Can you use Bing Map SDK to enter this contest? YES Check out this contest...
  • Blog Post: Digital Zombies: Real or Fantasy

    Digital zombies, I have been giving this term some thought.  What are digital zombies?  Are the timewasting apps that get us to hang time on an app with an advertisement a digital zombie?  What about someone who hooks their facebook up to 4 square or similar to broadcast where they are...
  • Blog Post: Japan earthquake: Before and after Bing Map

    I would say this is a cool feature, but it isn’t, if you want to see the Bing Map and not have the the journalist babble, take a look at this link: http://bit.ly/japaneseearthquakebeforeafter The satellite photos in the after are not as clear as the before, but that is likely due to the photographic...
  • Blog Post: XNA and Bing Map Geocoding

      As the Japanese struggle with massive problems, let’s chat about games.  Don’t you feel a little bad about having fun right now with one of the greatest countries on the planet is having this magnitude of problems?  I think that people in Japan would not like it if you used them for...
  • Blog Post: Bing Map GeoCoding

    If you want to get started with Bing Map GeoCoding, there is no better way than the instructions you can find at the URL: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc161074.aspx If you want to give WebMatrix a shot, you can simply copy and paste the application code at the bottom of the page, except...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight: Windows Phone From Scratch, good tutorial for all

      Learning how to develop on the phone, I have found a tutorial you may want to take a look at, it goes on for a bit, but seems to be complete. The link for all of the links for the Windows Phone From Scratch tutorial (link checked Dec. 1, 2010): http://jesseliberty.com/?s=Windows+Phone+From+Scratch...
  • Blog Post: Artificial Intelligence: BEER! XNA 4.0! Windows Phone 7! Bing Maps!

      Artificial Intelligence is a program that learns from experience.  In the Pathfinder game, the program only learns when you run it.  It doesn’t store the state of the gameboard between execution.  For artificial intelligence in the real world most customers would want the Artificial...
  • Blog Post: Secret Communications X012Y: Using the Bing Map API in the Mobile Map Example

      It’s secret, how to get started using an the Bing Map API? in your Mobile App  Soooo, you go to the samples, you bought the Windows Phone and now you want to use the Bing Map API, you get through the process of signing up for the Bing Map API (you only get five to start with by the way). ...
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