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  • Blog Post: Quick tip: SkyDrive APIs for Docs and Photos, Hotmail calendars and more

    Last week the Windows Live team announced the availability of the SkyDrive APIs for Docs and Photos, so you can leverage the user’s free cloud storage in your own applications. There are several ways to integrate: REST APIs for usage within any type of application or device such as websites, mobile apps...
  • Blog Post: Updated Windows Azure SDK & Windows Azure HPC Scheduler SDK Available

    Leveraging an announcement from the Windows Azure team with news on Windows Azure SDK (Tools for Visual Studio 2010), Windows Azure HPC Scheduler SDK and another update to the Windows Azure Platform Training Kit. Please find the highlights below or read the official Windows Azure Blog post . We are simplifying...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone SDK 7.1 “Beta 2 Refresh” Released - update your phone and tools

    Yesterday, the Windows Phone team released a refresh of the Windows Phone SDK 7.1 to registered developers. The refresh consists of two parts: the release of an updated Windows Phone SDK 7.1 and the Mango OS (Build 7712). Now is the time to install the updated tools and upgrade your phone. Install the...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7.1 (Mango) SDK Beta 2 and device upgrade for registered developers

    Last week, the Windows Phone Developer team announced the availability of Windows Phone OS 7.1 codenamed Mango for registered Windows Phone developers. This means that as of now, registered developers can update their retail device to the Beta 2 of Mango. Here are some details about this program: You...
  • 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 Phone 7 “Mango”: download SDK and consumer features unveiled

    On May 24th Microsoft held a press conference announcing many of the new features coming to the next version Windows Phone 7. Codename for this version is “Mango” so we’ll refer to it by that name in the rest of this post. Note that the official name in the documentation is Windows Phone 7.1 beta. Mango...
  • Blog Post: Updated Windows Azure SDK and Visual Studio Tools CTP (January 2009)

    Windows Azure SDK and the Visual Studio Tools, available for download to everyone, were first released during PDC 2008 in October. Now the Windows Azure team has just announced an update to the SDK and tools. From the team blog , main improvements are: Improved integration with Visual Studio Performance...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 2 Beta 2 and related downloads

    During the opening keynote at TechEd Orlando last Tuesday, Soma announced the availability of Silverlight 2 Beta 2. As from now you can find the different downloads related to Silverlight 2 Beta 2. The best place to start is reading Scott Guthrie's post on the beta 2 release . As always, he gives a clear...
  • Blog Post: Watch VISUG session on VSX (Visual Studio Extensibility) online

    Last week James Lau and Jean-Marc Prieur from the Visual Studio Extensibility team, visited Belgium and did a presentation at VISUG user group. If you missed the session or have not yet seen much about VSX this is a good opportunity. It's a 2 hour presentation with lots of demos. You can now watch the...
  • Blog Post: New WPF Starter Kit and SDK released: Syndicated Client Experiences Start Kit & Reader SDK

    Ever wanted to build a rich client application with syndicated multimedia content? The SCE Starter Kit has just been announced over at the WindowsClient.NET site and Tim Sneath’s blog . This starter kit gives you a jump start to integrating a rich content experience on the desktop with branding, skinning...
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