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Guidance to Port iOS and Android apps to Windows Phone 7

Microsoft really wants you, all you iOS and Android developers, to port your apps to Windows Phone 7, and they’ve done a great job by offering lots of guidance and even API mapping tools to help you transfer your skills and knowledge of iOS and/or Android skills quickly to Windows Phone 7. Here’s what they’re offering: iOS Developer Guidance to …

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Office 2010 Developer Training Course and Training Kit (June 2011)

An update to the MSDN Office 2010 Developer Training Course and downloadable training Kit has just been released. Updates include two new training Modules around developing your own custom Outlook Social Connector Provider and connecting up Office with Azure Services. There is also new content for the Open XML 2.0 SDK, using the JavaScript Object Model (JSOM) with Excel and …

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Windows Phone 7 Cheat Sheet for Designers

Nordkapp, a group of experienced designers, strategists and technologists, recently made available a downloadable Windows Phone 7 Cheat Sheet to help mobile interaction designers with designing Windows Phone 7 apps. This A3 size cheat sheet is based on Microsoft Windows Phone 7 Design Guideline document(s) with only the important bits, added some other comments and highlighted the parts that might come as a surprise …

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HTC announces HTCdev and HTC OpenSense SDK

HTC announced their mobile developer support program called HTCdev and HTC OpenSense SDK to support developers’ innovation in mobile apps and experiences across HTC portfolio of devices. The HTC OpenSense SDK contains all the required APIs, sample code and plug-ins for building apps with HTC Sense 3.0 experience. The HTC OpenSense SDK will also provide APIs and sample code for 3-D display …

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Community {Technology} Update 2011

The 8th iteration of CTU is back – It’s the time of the year User Group of Singapore come together and put up a full day technical sharing event for the community. Organized by the community for the community, we have sessions that suits IT Professionals, Developers and Database Administrators. A full day of contents has been arranged for you to …

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SmartAR by Sony: Augmented Reality Without Markers (Video)

Sony recently announced and showcased their newest augmented reality technology, SmartAR, at the Sony Building in Ginza (Tokyo) and some of the possibilities to create rich virtual environments with no markers at all. What makes this unique over other AR implementations is it doesn’t need any markers to create a virtual environment, just any surface will do. A combination of AR, …

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dotPeek – Replacement for .NET Reflector

Ever since the announcement of a paid-for product, .NET Reflector by RedGate which has been a free application that is now an essential tool to many .NET developers, there has been an uproar among the community developers regarding this move to completely change a free essential developer tool to a paid-for app. JetBrains, the creator of the famous and popular ReSharper, …

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A Guide to Visual Design for Everyone

I highly recommend “Clean Up Your Mess” to everyone who has anything to do with conveying information visually to people, that includes but not limited to websites, brochures, advertisements, Powerpoint slides, resumes, party invitations, etc. It explains the basics of visual design to create a clean, mind-soothing design that everyone can appreciate. The 5 basic information needs are: Deciding relevance. …

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PyCon APAC 2011 is back in Singapore from 9th – 11th June 2011

PyCon APAC 2011 is back again in Singapore from 9th to 11th June 2011 held at the Republic Polytechnic in Woodlands. PyCon Asia Pacific represents a conference dedicated to the Python programming language. It is an independent, community-run, community-controlled and not-for-profit conference. PyCon Asia Pacific will serve as a perfect platform for Python users throughout Asia-Pacific countries to come together to …

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How to fix this error: Configuration binding extension ‘system.serviceModel/bindings/netTcpRelayBinding’ could not be found.

There are several ways of fixing this problem and it usually involves editing your machine.config, web.config or app.config file. One of the possibilities that might have raised this error is a bug that you’ll encounter when uninstalling Microsoft Azure SDK. Apparently when you install the Microsoft Azure SDK, it adds a few lines to your machine.config file. However when you …

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