Posted September 11, 2012 11:37 AM
For more details, please see:
With the Windows Store now open for submissions, use these snippets to get a jump start on your project.
After installing, just right-click and select Insert Snippet, and select the snippet from the list. Then press Tab to jump between fields. Here's an example:
Give them a try and let us know what you think!
Posted January 13, 2012 4:31 PM
Categories: Channel 9 | Coding4Fun | Microsoft | Personal
At long last I have accepted a full-time position at Microsoft, working on the Channel 9 team, mainly doing Coding4Fun stuffs. I'll be telecommuting from NY as I have been these past 8 years. It's hard for me to believe that I've been doing Coding4Fun articles and projects for the team since 2006, but I'm excited that I now get to do it full-time.
Also joining the team is master UX-man Rick Barraza. He brings a pile of amazing talent and skill that will really allow us to create some fantastic projects. And, of course, we're joining the existing team of Dan Fernandez and Clint Rutkas, with Greg Duncan heading up the Coding4Fun blog and Kinect Project blog.
Also note that Coding4Fun is looking for a junior developer/program manager. So, if you want to join the team, now's your chance!
Anyway, I'm very excited to be joining Microsoft, and I'm really looking forward to seeing what we can crank out as a team…
Posted April 8, 2011 11:18 AM
Categories: Coding4Fun | Wiimote | Hardware | Coding4Fun Show | Channel 9 | MIX11
It's almost time for another MIX conference! Once again I'll be there with the Coding4Fun crew showing off some spiffy new projects for attendees to play around with, along with a few other surprises. I'll also be taking part in John Papa's Open Source Fest on Monday evening, demonstrating WiimoteLib and my MJPEG Decoder.
Anyone else heading to the conference? If you are, be sure to stop by the Coding4Fun area in the Connect Lounge and say hello, and stop by the Open Source Fest on Monday night to take a look at over 50 great open source projects and vote for your favorites. I'd say I'd trade drinks for votes, but those are free, too.
And finally, if anyone attending is working on a fun or interesting project and would like to do an interview for my Coding4Fun Show on Channel 9, please let me know. Almost anything goes, so I'd love to see what everyone out there is working on.
Hope to see you there!
Posted June 3, 2010 10:48 PM
Categories: .NET | Channel 9 | Coding4Fun | Coding4Fun Show | MIX10 | Multitouch | NUI | WPF
The fifth episode of my Coding4Fun Show, is now up on Channel 9. In this episode of the Coding4Fun Show, I chat with Josh Blake about Natural User Interfaces and Multitouch programming with .NET. Josh has written a multitouch PowerPoint replacement called NaturalShow, which was demonstrated during his NUI session at MIX10. Watch and learn a bit about how this application was created as well as how you can write multitouch applications with WPF. And for even more multitouch programming goodness and more on NaturalShow, Josh is currently working on a book titled Multitouch on Windows, which can be purchased and read while he's writing it!
You should see the video below if you have Silverlight installed, otherwise head over to the episode on Channel 9 to watch and download in a variety of formats for offline viewing.
The Coding4Fun Show: Natural User Interfaces with Josh Blake
A big thanks to Josh for the interview!
Posted March 7, 2010 7:56 PM
Categories: .NET | Coding4Fun | Coding4Fun Show | Channel 9 | MIX10
I will be at MIX10 showing off MindBlaster once again. More on that shortly…
But, more importantly, are you going to MIX10? Do you have a fun or interesting project you’d like to talk about? Let me know! I’m looking for people to interview for the Coding4Fun Show. I’m always interested in talking to people who want to chat about what they’re working on, even if it’s just a hobby or something that’s incomplete. That’s what Coding4Fun is all about! So please, if you’ll be at the MIX, have a few minutes to chat, and want to be the envy of your friends, contact me!