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  • Blog Post: Windows 8 Game Design Syllabus: Any comments appreciated

    Instructor: Term: Office: Class Meeting Days: Phone: Class Meeting Hours: E-Mail: Class Location: Website: Office Hours: I.1. Course Information University Course Catalog...
  • Blog Post: Data Structures using Windows 8 approach to UI: WinRT combined with JavaScript

    In a blog that I wrote that can be found on http://aka.ms/javascript_winRTp1 , where I duplicate but upgrade an excellent video on channel 9, the video lacked the code component and used really early interfaces.  (For people wondering why I didn’t use one of the two “M” words that are used with...
  • Blog Post: Responsive Apps are better than non-responsive apps

    Yep, if you use the asynchronous programming approach you can avoid the sadness and social issues related to creating non-responsive apps. Check out these articles Asynchronous programming (Metro style apps) Keeping Apps Fast and Fluid with Asynchrony in the Windows Runtime   An article that also...
  • Blog Post: Type System in the C++/CX–Windows Metadata or winmd

    This winmd thing, what’s up with that?  With .NET managed code there was the desire to do the right thing, protect the casual programmer from themselves.  In my opinion that time is now gone.  With Windows 8 and the re-emergence of C++ as a real language in the Microsoft World and the...
  • Blog Post: Connecting Power Point to Team Foundation Server using your buddy game

    This is a two step process currently, you have to define the work item in Team Foundation Server and then go back to PowerPoint to connect the workitems. I am using VS 12 RC Premium, it should work in VS 2010 Professional or Ultimate, but not Express, and you need to have either Team Foundation Server...
  • Blog Post: Game Design: Architectural Tools

    In the current environment of game design you can get away with flash and dash game design, that is rapidly put together your game post it and make your money then move on to another project.  Many technologies go this way from time to time and then they move back to design, design, build, maintain...
  • Blog Post: C++ Security Practices in Visual Studio 2012

    This is whining blog so you might want to come back later Sorry. Do you want some cheese with that Whine? HTML5/JavaScript security practices are one thing and most developers in HTML5 can safely ignore them.  They shouldn’t but come on, media stuff has to get done.  On the other hand where...
  • Blog Post: 3 Questions for Azure (or other cloud) deployment

    I work with academics and they are always asking questions, here are three questions generally about the cloud (these are from: http://aka.ms/gb33pb Questions you want to ask: What impact will the management of information stored in the cloud have on existing information management policies and procedure...
  • Blog Post: 10 Questions to ask when Outsourcing to Azure

      Top ten questions Which process, application and information can be moved to the cloud to gain efficiency and cost benefits while satisfying the organization's security and compliance requirements? How can the organization be harmed if systems, applications, services or information are accessed...
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