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  • Blog Post: Game Starterkit for Windows 8 with Windows Azure backend

    Hey folks! If you are ready for your next project for Windows 8 we have just great news to share with you: Our Norwegian colleague at Microsoft created a really nice game template using Azure Mobile services backend to get you on board to develop for Windows 8 with Azure. This kit includes...
  • Blog Post: Adding live an intelligence to Windows Mobile 6.5

    We are currently at Microsoft TechEd 2009 conference in Berlin and report you some of the best bits of the sessions we are joining. This session, Adding live an intelligence to Windows Mobile 6.5, was about how to use different sensors on mobile devices (Pocket PC, Smartphone, Handheld PC and Industrial...
  • Blog Post: Welcome to the Academic tech·days 09!

    Academic tech · days Genève Date: Wednesday, 1 April 2009, 13:45–21:00 Place: CICG, Rue de Varembé 17, 1211 Genève Academic tech · days Bern Date: Wednesday, 8 April 2009, 13:45–23:00 Place: Kursaal Bern, Kornhausstrasse 3, 3000 Bern The Academic tech · days 09 is the first Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Simulated LEGO NXT Environment from SimplySim

    SimplySim, a Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio partner, has released an application that allows you to control either a simulated LEGO® NXT Tribot in a rich 3D environment or a real Tribot. SimplySim has simulated the Lego© Mindstorms© NXT robot in an office environment. A user friendly dashboard allows...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Robotics Development Studio 2008

    Hello Visitors! My name is Milan Kubicek. I’m a full-time student at the University of Berne where I study computer science. Since July 2007 I have worked part-time at the Microsoft Switzerland Academic Team. In the future I want to keep you up-to-date about our technologies like Silverlight, Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: XNA 3.0 available now!

    After more than one month of beta-testing the new XNA 3.0 Version has been released on 30th October. Besides the “old” XNA 2.0 features there are some really interesting new ones: · Compatibility with the upcoming Zune 3.0 Firmware release! · Improved deployment stability · New Content Compression...
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