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  • Blog Post: Touch-Enable Your App for Windows, Surface with New SDK

    You can target both Microsoft Surface Hardware and Windows 7 Touch enabled PCs with a single SDK. The Surface teams calls this feature “Write once - touch anywhere”. The same binary can be used in both types of hardware. The Microsoft Surface 2.0 SDK allows you to target Microsoft Surface...
  • Blog Post: No Cameras in Next Generation Surface

    The next generation Microsoft Surface experience features PixelSense technology, which gives LCD panels the power to see without the use of cameras. People can share, collaborate, and explore together using a large, thin display that recognizes fingers, hands and other objects placed on the screen...
  • Blog Post: Get Started with Surface Design, Developer Training

    You can get developer and designer training for Microsoft Surface . The training a great starting point for those new to Microsoft Surface application design and development. Nine online training modules let you learn at your own pace or jump directly to the content you need most.  After completing...
  • Blog Post: How To, Getting Started Videos for Developers

    Windows Azure Windows Azure Platform Training Course The Windows Azure Platform Training Course includes a comprehensive set of technical content including samples, demos, hands-on labs, and presentations that are designed to expedite the learning process for the set of technologies released...
  • Blog Post: Surface Meets Windows 7 with New Toolkit for Windows Touch

    You can now create advanced multitouch applications for Windows Touch PCs with a new toolkit from the Microsoft Surface team. Microsoft released the Microsoft Surface Toolkit for Windows Touch Beta for you to use some of the same controls that are used by developers on Microsoft Surface onto Windows...
  • Blog Post: Surface SDK Now Broadly Available

    The Microsoft Surface team has announced the broad availability of the Microsoft Surface Software Development Kit (SDK) Workstation Edition. You can download it from Microsoft Surface SDK 1.0 SP1 Workstation Edition . The Microsoft Surface SDK 1.0 Service Pack 1 (SP1) Workstation Edition enables you...
  • Blog Post: Dungeons, Dragon Experience Shown Using Microsoft Surface

    Ever wonder how you might want to create a cool user interface for your software? Check out this walk-through of the current build of proof of concept for a Dungeons & Dragons experience on the Microsoft Surface. Created by the Surfacescapes team at the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie...
  • Blog Post: Check Out the Killer Apps for Surface

    Fast Company has assembled a set of videos that show off the capabilities of Surface. As developers find ways to make Surface's gorgeous multi-user interface shine, more and more companies are turning to the device to reinvent their customer experience. The posting Killer Apps for Microsoft Surface:...
  • Blog Post: Surface Computing Takes the Next Level with ‘SecondLight’ Research

    Although Surface has just received it’s latest update (for more information, see Surface Gets Update ), you may be interested in what some future generation Surface might look like. There’s no announcement of inclusion of this technology in any particular Microsoft product. That said, it’s always fun...
  • Blog Post: Join for XAMLfest Recorded Sessions, Online Live June 1 – 5

    XAMLfest Online will be delivered via a combination of live and recorded content. Recorded content can be accessed at any time, but each recorded session should be viewed prior to its related live session. Live sessions will take place twice daily for a duration of 2 hours each. Morning sessions will...
  • Blog Post: Glimpse Emerging Technologies at MDSN Developers Conferences

    You're invited to attend the MSDN Developer Conference for a glimpse into the future of the Microsoft Application Platform. You will experience Microsoft’s vision for Cloud Computing and building applications that seamlessly bridge the gaps between PC, Web, and phone. Be among the first to see the full...
  • Blog Post: Build Surface Apps Without Needing the Surface Device

    You'll no longer need to buy a Surface device to get the SDK, allowing more of you to get started writing touch-based apps platform. The Surface SDK will be made available at Professional Developers Conference next week. Jared had talked about this in his blog entry, Surface at PDC . Coupled with...
  • Blog Post: Surface at PDC

    Surface is one cool piece of technology and it's certainly one of the coolest from Microsoft. Unfortunately, since it was first announced access to the SDK has been reserved for initial launch partners like AT&T and Harrah's . Now, those attending the 2008 PDC will be among the first to gain public...
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