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Gus Class's Windows Developer Education Blog

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    Developer News for the Week of Oct 29th, 2010

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    There haven't been many things happening for the developer center this week, we have been focused on investigations into how developers use the Developer Center. If you have any ideas, rants, raves about what you would like to see on the Windows Developer...
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    Boot to VHD / Boot from VHD

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    I recently learned about boot to/from Virtual Hard Disk (VHD) and how it makes it very easy to set up and manage multiple system configurations. After having my Windows 7 configuration get completely messed up and being really lazy about creating clean...
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    Windows Developer News for the Week of Oct 22nd

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    This week, we published a new Hilo Chapter, refreshed the Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Application Quality Cookbook , and created a new thread in the Power management for tracking power management issues. Hilo Updates Hilo Chapter 15 was...
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    Windows Developer News for the Week of Oct 15th

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    This week, we launched the next chapter of Hilo helping developers learn how to write Windows applications . On Wednesday, the online version of the 2010 GPU Technology conference launched. The IE9 beta launch continues to gain steam and momentum with...
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    Windows Developer News for the Week of Oct 8th 2010

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    Not much happened this week around the developer center. We are currently working on new accessibility guides for web developers and are hoping to bring them live before next week also we're hoping to get a new Hilo article live. Some readers have...
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    Windows Developer News for the week of Oct 1st

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    The following content is new for this week: New Hilo article released Power Management Guidelines added to the Windows Team Blog Learn to Program for Windows Module 4: User Input Browse Windows Developer Content by Resource Type updated...
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    Windows Developer News for the week of Sept 24th

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    This week we worked on refining portions of the existing content on the developer center and have been working on getting some great new content published. Updates on How to Write a Windows Application with Hilo Internet Explorer 9 Beta Updates...
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    Windows Developer News for the week of September 17th 2010

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    This week a lot was happening in the Windows Developer world and we did a lot of great work for the developer center. Internet Explorer 9 launched We released the browse by resource type content to the developer center The power learning path...
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    IE9 Beta Live!

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    The beta release of Internet Explorer 9 launched on Wednesday of this week. If you're a developer this means a number of things: You should grab the beta and see what you think! Now is the best time to ensure that your site looks good in Microsoft...
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    Windows Developer News for the weeks of Sept 3rd and 10th

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    A couple things have been happening around the developer center: Hilo Chapter 10 and Hilo Chapter 11 went live! IE 9 Beta is right around the corner! The migration guide from IE 6 to IE 8 was published within the Windows 7 and Server 2008...
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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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    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 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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    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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    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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    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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    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... Offline Docs, DirectCompute lecture series update, and more!

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    This week, the DirectCompute lecture series was featured on Channel 9 and the Jason Yang from AMD will be answering questions in response to the Basics of DirectCompute Application Development video. So, if you have DirectCompute questions, jump in there...
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    Where did the offline docs go in Windows SDK 7.1?

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    Yesterday, when I was writing the short post on viewing the offline documentation I realized that the offline documentation story has changed a bit in Windows SDK 7.1. This was done for a number of reasons, but anyways, I ran into issues and thought I...
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    Viewing the MSDN Documentation Offline

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    The Windows SDK blog posted an article on viewing the MSDN documentation offline. In this article, they explain how you can do this if you haven't installed the SDK already. I already installed the SDK so the following instructions are for changing your...
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    Windows Developer News... Accessibility tools, Windows SDK Download, Windows Phone 7...

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    It's been a slow week as far as announcements are concerned. We have been going through our infamous review process at Microsoft and this period of time is typically pretty slow in the office. In the Windows Developer world, there have been no dramatic...
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    Where did the accessibility tools go?

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    Accessibility tools that previously shipped in the Microsoft Accessibility Package (MSAA SDK) now ship along with the Windows SDK . These tools are used to inspect messages used by screen readers to take text from applications and either speak it with...
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    DirectCompute Experts Answering Questions on Channel 9 and other Windows Developer news...

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    Over the past two weeks, the DirectCompute lecture series have been getting promoted on Channel 9's front page . This will continue through August with a new lecture being promoted every Wednesday morning. We've been asking the experts to participate...
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