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  • Blog Post: Windows Azure InfoKit for Public Sector – April 2012 Update

    I updated the resource kit to add links to Big Data and Hadoop on Windows Azure. Download the PPT file here ( http://aka.ms/cloudinfokit ). Developer Tools Windows Azure SDK /zxazuresdklink – All tools you need to create cloud apps with Microsoft Visual 2010 Windows Phone SDK /zxphonesdklink – All tools...
  • Blog Post: Two Free Windows Phone App Development Sessions in April

    Session 1: April 3rd REGISTER > April 3, 2012 | 11:00AM-12:30PM EDT Fast Track Your First App During this workshop, you’ll be exposed to the basics of creating a Windows Phone App and deploying to the Marketplace. As an attendee, you will be given some time during the session to use what you’ve learned...
  • Blog Post: Install Windows Phone SDK (7.1 + 7.1.1) on Windows 8 Consumer Preview

    An update (7.1.1) to the current Windows Phone SDK (7.1) has just been released. With the update,  you can now develop Windows Phone apps and games using the emulator on machines running Windows 8 Consumer Preview . Also, you can develop apps that work well on the new 256 MB devices. Prior to the...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure InfoKit for Public Sector – March 2012 Update

    I updated the resource kit to add a link to Windows 8 Consumer Preview developer resources. Download the PPT file here. Developer Tools Windows Azure SDK /zxazuresdklink – All tools you need to create cloud apps with Microsoft Visual 2010 Windows Phone SDK /zxphonesdklink – All tools you need to create...
  • Blog Post: Windows 8 Developer How To: 2. Install Windows Phone SDK on Windows 8

    You can download Windows 8 Consumer Preview and Visual Studio 11 (beta) here . While you can download Windows Phone SDK and try to install it on Windows 8 Consumer Preview, you should be aware of three known incompatibility issues, as outlined in the post by the Windows Phone team. As noted in the post...
  • Blog Post: MSDN cloud benefits on Windows Azure

    Visual Studio Professional, Premium or Ultimate with MSDN subscriber, you get free access to Windows Azure each month, and up to $3,700.00 in annual Windows Azure benefits at no extra charge. Click HERE   for more info or HERE to download the Windows Azure SDK.
  • Blog Post: Kinect for Windows SDK (Beta) Is Here

    You can download the sdk (beta) here . Check out the Kinect Quick Starts and view the Kinect Project Gallery on Coding 4 Fun.     You can also Watch the Kinect SDK Beta Launch Live at Ch9 today.
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