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Gus Class's Windows Developer Education Blog

August, 2010

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    Fix for DXGI Surface in D2D debug layer

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    A reminder that in older versions of the Debug layer in Direct2D , there is an issue that causes a memory leak in DirectX Graphics Infrastructure (DXGI) surfaces if you have the Direct2D debug layer enabled. If you see memory leaks in your application...
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    Windows Developer News for the week of Aug. 8th, 2010

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    This week has been a rather eventful week. Lots of releases and updates were announced and published. The Direct Compute Series lecture: DirectCompute 210: GPU Optimizations and Performance was featured on Channel 9. James Fung, a Developer from NVIDIA...
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    Resources for Windows Developers

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    I'm literally on my way out of the office, but before I leave, I would like to share a mega-list that I have been putting together containing content that will eventually make it to the developer center. This content is organized by: Windows SDK...
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    Windows Developer News for the week of Aug. 13th, 2010

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    News and Updates Chapters 6,7, and 8 for the Hilo series have been published. If you are trying to learn how to write a windows app , this is one of the best places to start. Chapter 6 of the Hilo series covers Hilo integration with D2D . Chapter 7...
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    Browsable list of Windows Programming Topics

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    Just showing off a long list of resources that will eventually make it into the Windows Developer Center . If you are interested in topics like how to write a Windows app , grab my excel spreadsheet with pivots of Windows developer resources and browse...
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    Microsoft Nomenclature for Developers

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    It's slightly strange to think about but at Microsoft we have a certain internal culture around how we label things and the names that we choose for particular things. I just have a few terms that I have thought of off hand. What's strange is that there...
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    Windows Developer News for the week of Aug. 20th, 2010

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    This was a heck of a week for the Windows Developer Center . In summary: The browsable list of Windows Programming Topics was updated with pivot tables We launched a new learning path for Programming with Power Management Direct Compute 250...
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    Simulate Windows Touch with TUIO drivers for the Wacom Bamboo

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    Many people have been looking for an easy and cheap way to simulate Windows Touch and I recently discovered a project called Bamboo TUIO . This project lets you generate TUIO messages from a Wacom Bamboo tablet. Now, rather conveniently, the Multitouch...
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    Windows Developer News for the week of August 27th 2010

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    It's almost September and we'll be pushing a lot of content over the next month targeting Windows touch. There are a few screencasts in the works that cover the basics of Windows Touch and Windows programming. Keep an eye on the Windows developer center...
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