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  • Blog Post: Deadline approaching for student competition “The Imagine Cup 2012” (cross posting)

    If you are a student or a teacher, this is something you should make sure to read. My colleague Lieve Goedhuys has the full post on the Academic Belux blog . Leveraging the information below:   The StudentsAppsVenture contest has just been closed, or another very renowned international competition...
  • Blog Post: PhoneGap now fully supports Windows Phone 7 (cross posting)

    My colleague David blogged about support for Windows Phone 7 in PhoneGap released last month. Please find more information and resource below or head off to David’s blog . Back in September, Microsoft joined Nitobi to announce a Beta of PhoneGap support for Windows Phone Mango , and at the same time...
  • Blog Post: Azure Spotlight: Numeri’zik Robot Stream Goes Cloudy (cross posting)

    Leveraging an interesting post from my colleague Nick with a case on Numeri’zik’s project on Windows Azure.   Numeri’zik is a Belgian startup company that is involved in the digitization of media and new ways of communication. They are a member of the Microsoft BizSpark program, through which they...
  • Blog Post: JIT for Christmas, Lumia 800 for WP7 project call participants

    Some folks are getting an extra Christmas present this year   Read further what my colleague David Hernie has the pleasure to announce! And don’t hesitate to participate next time. … The Microsoft Innovation Center organized in 2011 four Windows Phone 7 project Calls . The objective of this initiative...
  • Blog Post: New Windows Azure Site and Features Available (cross-posting)

    Cross posting from my colleague Bart Vande Ghinste’s blog . Yesterday Microsoft released the new Windows Azure Website with improved billing, management and SQL Azure capabilities. The site is in English today with localized versions planned to roll out next year A highlight of the new features include...
  • Blog Post: Xbox Companion App release for Windows Phone 7 (cross-posting)

    Have you seen the Productivity Future Vision video released a few weeks ago? May you think a lot of it is not more than science fiction. I look at it focusing on the overall trends and pieces of technology that are coming together more and more to move towards that vision. Yesterday’s Xobx Companion...
  • Blog Post: Available: Windows Phone SDK 7.1 RC with ‘Go Live’ license for publishing apps on Windows Phone Marketplace

    Windows Phone SDK 7.1 RC is now live on the Download Center and the Marketplace is able to ingest WP7.5 apps. This release represents a large step for the platform, the Release Candidate (RC) build empowers the developer to not only develop their Windows Phone 7.5 apps, but it also includes a ‘ Go Live...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone SDK 7.1 RC available now with ‘Go Live’ license for publishing apps on Windows Phone Marketplace

    Windows Phone SDK 7.1 RC is now live on the Download Center and the Marketplace is able to ingest WP7.5 apps. This release represents a large step for the platform, the Release Candidate (RC) build empowers the developer to not only develop their Windows Phone 7.5 apps, but it also includes a ‘ Go Live...
  • Blog Post: Dive into the summer with MSDN: The Windows Azure Platform

    We kicked off the MSDN Summer beginning of July 2011 where we invited you to dive into the Windows Phone 7 'Mango' developer tools , Visual Studio 2010 Application Lifecycle Management and HTML5 . Now it's time for the 4th and last topic: The Windows Azure Platform The holidays are just about to end...
  • Blog Post: Kinect SDK Launched: get moving

    Yesterday, Microsoft released the Kinect for Windows Software Development Kit (SDK) that allows academics and enthusiasts alike to be part of the movement. No doubt that this will help turning creative ideas into apps. The Kinect for Windows Software Development Kit (SDK) allows developers to plug the...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Toolkits for iOS, Android, and WP7

    As announced on the Official Microsoft Blog , the Windows Azure Toolkit for iOS (v1.0.0) are now available. The toolkit contains resources and services designed to make it easier for iOS developers to use Windows Azure.  This release pushes forward the momentum around Mobile + Cloud, and expands...
  • Blog Post: Register for the ISV Discovery Day Spring Edition on May 12 2011

    The spring season is back which means there are some great local events coming up where you can see our latest tools and technologies and have the opportunity to network with speakers and other ISVs.  My colleagues from the ISV team are happy to announce that on May 12th , the spring edition of...
  • Blog Post: Learn more about the Microsoft Platform Ready program

    If you’re not yet familiar with the Microsoft Platform Ready (MPR) program; MPR provides free technical, marketing, and certification support for companies and individuals that are developing software applications on the Windows Platform. Whether you’re building simple add-ons, rich client applications...
  • Blog Post: Plans announced to release a non-commercial Kinect for Windows SDK this Spring

    I know this is something lots of you have been waiting for: the announcement around an official Kinect for Windows SDK. And now the news is out: as Luc Van de Velde blogs , Microsoft has announced there will be a non-commercial Kinect for Windows SDK coming this Spring, with the commercial version to...
  • Blog Post: IT in your DNA? ‘Crack the code’ winners announced, share your IT story and win tickets for TechDays 2011

    January 31, 2011 was the last day of the ‘Crack the code’ competition on http://www.itinyourdna.be : the winners have been notified personally via e-mail last week and they are now listed on the site as well. The top 20 winners have also been invited to an exclusive Awards Ceremony at the Microsoft Belgium...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone Developer Tools January 2011 Update Available Now

    The Windows Phone Developer Tools January 2011 Update is now available for download. One of the most awaited features is the copy and paste functionality, now available with updated Silverlight controls and assemblies which will ship in the forthcoming Windows Phone OS update to consumers. What’s in...
  • Blog Post: ISV Community & Discovery Day – Your chance to win a Kinect & Xbox 360

    [Cross-posted from Nick’s ISV Blog ] It’s this time of year again where the Microsoft Belux ISV team organizes the ISV Community & Discovery day. On February 24 , we will bring you an update on Microsoft’s newest innovations, plans for the future and vision on partner relationships.  We are...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Platform Training Kit and Course, January 2011 Update

    Today we have released a January 2010 update to the Windows Azure Platform Training Kit & Training Course . The Windows Azure Platform Training Kit & Course includes a comprehensive set of technical content including hands-on labs, presentations, and demos that are designed to help you learn...
  • Blog Post: Surface 2.0 Experience unveiled at CES

    Yesterday Steve Ballmer did the keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. During the keynote several Microsoft products were showcased, including new slate forms, next version of Windows running on SOCs, Kinect updates, Windows Phone 7 and more. You can watch the full keynote on...
  • Blog Post: New Windows Azure Platform Features Available Today

    Building out an infrastructure that supports your web service or application can be expensive, complicated and time consuming. Whether you need to forecast the highest possible demand, build out the network to support your peak times, getting the right servers in place at the right time or managing and...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure SDK 1.3 and the new Windows Azure Management Portal Now Available

    At PDC10 last month, we announced a host of enhancements for Windows Azure designed to make it easier for customers to run existing Windows applications on Windows Azure, enable more affordable platform access and improve the Windows Azure developer and IT Professional experience. Today, we're happy...
  • Blog Post: Our team is looking for an ISV Developer Evangelist, maybe you?

    Want to join a great team at Microsoft: DPE (Developer & Platform Evangelism) in Belgium & Luxembourg? You might want to check out this job description and who knows, you might be the one to join us! If you are strong in technology but also have a good feeling for business relations, it might...
  • Blog Post: Script Junkie – a resource on scripting, HTML and CSS

    The tagline for this Microsoft resource says a lot, Script Junkie : “ Essential cross-browser code, information and discussion ”. With the beta launch of Internet Explorer 9 yesterday this site is even more a great resource for web scripting and HTML. The site contains articles organized into the following...
  • Blog Post: IIS Media Services 4.0 Beta is out

    The IIS Media team is moving fast. Last week the team announced the beta availability of the IIS Media Services 4.0. Media Services are an out-of-band release for IIS meaning you can install this as extensions to IIS without having to wait for a full OS upgrade. I recommend you check out the blog...
  • Blog Post: Join Belgian Umbraco User Group in Brussels – June 10th

    Umbraco is an ASP.NET open source CMS that is getting more and more attention. No different in Belgium: the BUUG – Belgian Umbraco User Group is starting up and looking for participants. If you’re interested in participating in this community, either because you’re an Umbraco wiz...
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