Jim Galasyn's Learning Curve

Adventures in Windows programming.

September, 2010

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    Windows Phone 7 Developer Launch

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    Loyal readers know that I’m enthusiastic about the Windows Phone developer story, so here are some events to help you get started with Phone 7. You can register here: www.msdnevents.com/wp7 . The official word: Windows Phone 7 offers a new world of opportunity...
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    Patterns and Practices guide: Developing Applications for the Cloud

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    Download the code samples . The MSFT P&P folks have come up with some great stuff over the years – I have a particular fondness for the original .NET Framework Application Blocks, which made life so much easier, what with the database access and the...
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    Windows Phone 7 Developer Tools are live

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    Download: Windows Phone Developer Tools RTW I have high hopes and an app or two in mind for Phone 7. Here are a few handy links to get you started. Windows Phone Developer Portal . Brandon’s blog post has more details on this release. Windows Phone Development...
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    IE9 Beta is posted

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    Download . I’m a bit late to the party, but here’s a quick blurb on IE9. I was impressed with the preview, and now the Beta is posted . I can’t decide what the coolest feature is, but what comes to mind first is the blazing speed. Here’s a nice feature...
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    Again with the brainwaves

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    I’m still playing around with the EPOC neuroheadset by Emotiv , as described in previous posts, such as Realtime Brainwave Data with WPF and Fun with brainwaves, part 3: Here’s some code . This time, I’m converting brainwaves into soundwaves in realtime...
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