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  • Blog Post: Free Stuff from DreamSpark: Visual Studio Pro

    In case you are a student, any student, not just computer science, you can get access to Visual Studio Pro from DreamSpark.  You will need to use your email account, the one that ends with edu to sign up, but go to DreamSpark.com and sign up for some excellent training as well.  Visual Studio...
  • Blog Post: Free: Software Design Kits for Windows 8 and Visual Studio

      Blend for Visual Studio + SketchFlow http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30702 Visual Studio SDK: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/confirmation.aspx?id=30668 Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 Compatibility Cookbook http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx...
  • Blog Post: Free and easy Animation design in XNA

    In my previous blog, I showed you how to use a pre-built class to generate animations that move like a Gif, mainly because I have not shown you how to move the image. But reviewing the code, it seemed somewhat complicated, which means I didn’t quite get it, maybe you did. So when that happens I...
  • Blog Post: Free stuff at Alice Pang’s blog? Has Alice fallen to my level of blogging?

    Sometimes you get old and realize that you influence others, and one’s influence isn’t always the greatest.  Alice Pang who is one of the young and brightest in our team, along with Kenny Spade may have picked up on that bad habit of mine in using the word “Free” in her blog titles.  This is...
  • Blog Post: Free Software for STEM students in the US

    Not only is there free software through Dreamspark.com you can also get free software if you are a STEM-D student through MSDNAA, go to: http://www.microsoft.com/student/en/US/TechStudent/Get-Software.aspx Through this program you can get Windows 7 Professional, MS Access, Expression Studio 4,...
  • Blog Post: Free learning material for Windows Presentation Foundation, Big improvements in the Framework 4.0 material

    Wow!  Previously the Windows Presentation Foundation was, to put it nicely, bad.  Now to put it nicely, it is good.  Impressive improvement. Samples work, working links, and so forth.  Too bad that WPF is considered trailing edge technology by some people, I am really excited about...
  • Blog Post: Research: What is Automated Reasoning

      If we are going to discuss software engineering over time, then we got to start with the basics.  The reference for this is at: http://combination.cs.uiowa.edu/ Combination of logics (e.g., modal logics, logics in AI, ...); Combination of constraint solving techniques (unification and matching...
  • Blog Post: Imagine Cup: The ADE team prepares for the event

    Friday, the Academic Developer Evangelist (ADE) team meets to discuss what their roles will be over the US Imagine Cup.  This is done each year as it is critical that the students have a fantastic experience, over the years not only do students get excited, the individual ADEs get excited. ...
  • Blog Post: Free Anti-Virus, from Microsoft, I use the Microsoft Security Essentials for my home computers!

    Hey, got a new computer?  Want to put a world class anti-virus on the machine?  You can use the Microsoft Security Essentials on your home computers and up 10 business computers for no cost! I use it.  Check it out.  If you are happy with your anti-virus, GREAT!  If you don’t...
  • Blog Post: Data Structures on the Windows Phone 7: Reading & Writing Isolated Storage

      How do you put data into isolated storage, how do you read data that is in isolated storage?  You’re right, I have been a big tease around the phone and lists and reading/writing to isolated storage.  In a later example, I will cover the use off lists into and out of isolated storage...
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