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  • Blog Post: C# Specifications: Using Visual Studio 2013 to compile a DLL and EXE

    To see how to use Raspberry Pi with C#, go to the link at: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/brunoterkaly/archive/2014/06/11/mono-how-to-install-on-a-raspberry-pi.aspx Bruno is a much better blogger than me, but you are always invited to come back sometime. Now on to Visual Studio 2013 and compiling Using Visual...
  • Blog Post: Unit Testing: Some videos I just watched

    Unit testing.  I admit it, I am a lazy guy when it comes to test, and some would say in general.  But I ran across some new videos on unit testing that are just the right length.  Ok, I ran the videos at 1.4 speed, but that was because I like to do that, Robert Green is a good speaker...
  • Blog Post: Internet of things: Summer Reading List

    These are books you have to pay for, they are not free.  Some are older, and those will be noted.  I have read a few of these and others I haven’t but plan on checking them out.  Getting Started with Netduino (O’Reilly, make sure to check to see if there is a coupon) Getting Started with...
  • Blog Post: Pebble Watch: Building an app that incorporates the Pebble Watch

    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...
  • Blog Post: Pebble Watch and Embedded Systems: Trillions of Simple Things

    Currently there are about 30 billion sensors in the world that could be considered embedded.  This means that those old mercury based thermostats that are still laying around in the environment don’t count.  That is 30 billion devices that use some sort of CPU or connect to a CPU in some way...
  • Blog Post: New Certification: Windows Store App Using C#

    Check it out, there is a new certification for Windows Store App Developer, either with HTML5 or C#, here is the location for C# developer: http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en-us/mcsd-windows-store-apps-certification.aspx Practice Tests for the C#  can be purchased at, Measure Up is the only source...
  • Blog Post: Data Structures: Using WinRT with XAML/C# as a Presentation UI

    Ok, I give up on writing about Modern UI. That’s it. No one ask me to by the way. My decision. That last Modern UI blog really blew chunks. So, let’s just move on. Today, let’s go over how to use WinRT, with a really simple example that we can build on. It is basically from one of...
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