Phil Wheat's Knowledge Matters

This blog started out as "Developing SharePoint" but has expanded outside of that exclusive domain to a number of other areas concerning Knowledge and the various forms and representations it can take.

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  • Blog Post: Arch Reactor forms a Hacker Space in St Louis.

    I can’t let St Louis get too far ahead of us!  Looks like I need to get more involved in the Austin Hacker Space movement! http://archreactor.org/ Looks like their first meeting is next week.
  • Blog Post: Michael’s Networking Toolkit for Micro Framework

    While I’m looking at my Micro Framework notes, I wanted to push this one out as well.  over at CodePlex ( http://mftoolkit.codeplex.com ) you can find Michael’s toolkit for networking Micro Framework boards.  To get your interest, let me just quote directly from the latest release notes: Web...
  • Blog Post: Why pay $300 for a programmable Remote Control when you can make one yourself?

    Pavel sent this to me a while ago, but I haven’t been keeping up.  You know those super expensive universal all in one programmable remotes?   Well he put together one all on his own, the great part is that he can can keep adding to it or tie it into other systems to work.  On his...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Hohm enters Beta

    Some of you may have already seen the Hohm site – but if you haven’t you can take a look over at www.microsoft-hohm.com (and sign up while you’re there.)  I’d also recommend taking a look and possibly subscribing to the team blog – http://blog.microsoft-hohm.com .  So why the blog post? ...
  • Blog Post: Robotics Developer Studio R2 just released

    Just in time for BrickWorld this weekend, Release 2 of Robotics Developer Studio has just come out.  You can watch the release video here , pick up the express edition at the download center , and visit the updated robotics site off the main Microsoft page . Oh, and the Standard edition update is...
  • Blog Post: Updated Samples for Professional Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio

    With MRDS marching forward so quickly it’s been hard to keep example software up to date.  I was very happy to loop back around and check the web site of my favorite MRDS book and saw that the example code has now been updated for the 2008 release.  You can find the updates at http://www.promrds...
  • Blog Post: I2C to USB Adapter

    This one's as much for me as for the regular post. One of the coolest thing about embedded development today is that there are so many parallels to the original PC development space.  For instance the I2C bus is actually filling the old S-100 bus space, but unfortunately you really had to dive full...
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