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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...
8 Jul 2014
C#: The C# Language Specification and Hello World
If you download and install Visual Studio Professional or Ultimate you get the specification installed on your system at the directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 12.0\VC#\Specifications\1033\ If you are using Visual Studio Express 2013, then you will need to search for ECMA-334 The...
2 Jul 2014
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...
17 Apr 2014
C++/DirectX: Adding a privacy statement to a template app
So you read and read, work through the example code and then you ask yourself this question: Why don’t the template apps include a privacy statement method? Don’t I almost always have to have a privacy statement? And why don’t the example apps have a privacy statement? You might ask...
28 Oct 2013
CompositeTransforms in MetroRT
Blah-blah Using CompositeTransitions to make an interesting look in the tablet. And yes this would work in the Win7 world as well. I initially started this blog to whine about the changes in some of the functionality of XAML but got distracted. Also, this effort came up when one of my teammates (...
3 Apr 2012
Code Snippets: Examining what a Code Snippet is
Efficiency of programming allows us to spend more time designing and securing our code, as well as not working 80 hours a week. Built in Code Snippets can usually be found at a location similar to: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\VC#\Snippets\1033\Visual C#\if.snippet For this blog...
1 Sep 2011
Free tutorial by Kevin Hoffman: WP7 for iPhone and Android Developers - Local Data Storage
Local Data Storage, confusing, but in this tutorial the confusion is ended, nicely done Kevin Hoffman! WP7 for iPhone and Android Developers - Local Data Storage Rate it!
30 Jul 2011
Free Tutorial by Kevin Hoffman: WP7 for iPhone and Android Developers - Application Tiles and Push Notifications
Wow, another AMAZING tutorial by Kevin Hoffman! You might be thinking that I am writing these blogs to just get numbers. Ok, fair enough, and I thank you for reading this blog entry. But seriously, it won’t be a waste of your time to go through the excellent blog entries by Kevin Hoffman...
29 Jul 2011
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!)
28 Jul 2011
Free Tutorial by Kevin Hoffman: WP7 for iPhone and Android Developers - Hardware and Device Services, Part 4
Well I have generally shown that my tutorials are not as good as Kevin Hoffman’s, so head over there and take a look! http://www.silverlightshow.net/items/WP7-for-iPhone-and-Android-Developers-Hardware-and-Device-Services.aspx Make sure to rate your experience, the more gold stars the better...
28 Jul 2011
Free Tutorial by Kevin Hoffman: WP7 for iPhone and Android Developers - Advanced UI Part 3
Need to figure out how to use that tricky UI in windows phone 7? Well if it seems tricky, then you really need to read this tutorial! WP7 for iPhone and Android Developers - Advanced UI Make sure to check out the services and advertisements in Kevin’s page, he is doing a good job!
27 Jul 2011
Free Tutorial by Kevin Hoffman: WP7 for iPhone and Android Developers - Introduction to XAML and Silverlight (Part 2)
Again, Kevin Hoffman does a great job at explaining how to use Silverlight, C# and to program for the Windows Phone 7. WP7 for iPhone and Android Developers - Introduction to XAML and Silverlight http://www.silverlightshow.net/items/WP7-for-iPhone-and-Android-Developers-Introduction-to-Xaml-and-Silverlight...
26 Jul 2011
Free Tutorial By Kevin Hoffman: WP7 for iPhone and Android Developers - Introducing the Execution Model
A nicely done discussion and tutorial (meaning you might learn something!): WP7 for iPhone and Android Developers - Introducing the Execution Model Make sure to rate your experience
24 Jul 2011
XAML and SoundPlayer
Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) has 3 classes that allow you to use multimedia in your applications. The classes are: Soundplayer: Lightweight and easy to use, will run on Windows XP MediaPlayer: No visual interface, cannot display videos, requires Windows Media 10 or higher MediaElement...
8 Jun 2011
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