At the very last minute before Scott left for Africa, Dan Fernandez and I were able to do a quick episode of Hanselminutes to promote our book. Have a listen to learn a bit more about our book, the projects it contains, how they were developed, and some issues we ran into when trying to use some technologies in a way they weren’t intended to be used. Head over to the main site to stream the show in your browser or download in a variety of other formats.Read More
I received my first copy of the book on Friday afternoon and it looks great! It is now also listed as “In Stock” on Amazon. Additionally, there is now a Google Preview of the book If you’d like to see a preview of the book, you can do so by clicking the Google Preview link below, or navigating directly to the Google Book Search page for this book.
We have also been busy updating the book’s main site, www.c4fbook.com, with source code, color images, project links, etc. It’s not complete, but we should have it wrapped up in the next few days.
I can’t think of a better holiday gift for the geek in your familyRead More
I’ll be presenting a session on building your own holiday musical light show using Phidget boards and .NET at this month’s Tech Valley User Group. I’ve previously written an article about this topic on the Coding4Fun site, and there will be a full chapter on this in our upcoming “Coding4Fun: 10 .NET Programming Projects for Wiimote, YouTube, World of Warcraft, and More” book. Here are the session details…Abstract: This month, learn how to build an animated light show set to music, much like the famous holiday light show videos you may have seen on YouTube. This session will cover how to build the hardware, how to build the software, and how to combine them to create a synchronized Read More
We finally have an official cover! This is likely exciting to no one but me (and Dan)…
Dan and I are working on the very final round of edits and formatting. The book goes to the printer next week and it should be available the first week of December according to Amazon. So what are you waiting for? Order now! :)
And be sure to visit our book’s website. The chapter items will be filled in as we near the official release so you can get a head start on the book’s content.Read More
Well, PDC2008 is over. I had a lot of fun, met a ton of interesting and fun people, and learned about a lot of exciting new technologies. I hope to make it back out there next year.
Our PDC2008 session video has been posted up at Channel 9 along with the PowerPoint slide deck. In this session you will learn about four of our current projects: WiiEarthVR by myself, InnerTube by Dan Fernandez, TwitterVote by Clint Rutkas and BabySmash by Scott Hanselman.
If you’d like to check out the video, you can watch it “live” or download the deck and video in various formats with the following links:Read More