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Liam McLennan,

I have mentioned before that I own an Android phone. But I can drive a car and still be interested in motor bikes – and so it was that I spend my weekend at the Brisbane Windows Phone 7 Startup Camp. The ...

Brian Schroer,

At this week's Virtual Brown Bag meeting, Claudio Lassala started out by pointing us to a post on his blog expanding on last week's Liskov Substitution Principle discussion, then talked about two useful ...

Joaquin Jares,

In my previous post I used a lot of transistors (not very successfully, I might add) to drive 4 LEDs with 2 digital GPIO pins from a Netduino. I mentioned that there are Integrated Circuits (ICs) that ...

xamlnotes,

Check this out: http://www.foxnews.com/scit... What the heck are the google nuts thinking? Trust all my files and apps to them? nope. What ...

Liam McLennan,

I had a HTC Desire for nearly six months. Sadly, about a week ago, it passed away. The desire was my first smart phone and I think it’s true what they say; the first love is the deepest. The desire was ...

Liam McLennan,

Chris Nicola left this excellent comment on Justin Etheredge’s blog: Even with a competitive way to do SSJS [(server-side JavaScript)] on the Windows platform, I just have to ask... why would anyone? Server-side ...

Bill Evjen,

Metrics and Analytics around Video, Social Media, Broadband and Mobile My notes from this session at Digital Hollywood. Speakers: William Lederer – CEO Kantar Video Eric Forst – Head of West Coast Business ...

Liam McLennan,

Michael Minutillo posted the texas hold ‘em coding challenge to the oz alt.net mailing list. The challenge is to write a program that can take poker cards as input and return information about what hands ...

Joaquin Jares,

I received (by chance, mostly) a Netduino last tuesday. Netduino is an open-source hardware project based on Arduino and the .Net Micro Framework. And it’s extremely cool. I’m a C# developer and I was ...

Carlos Santos,

In this post I'll begin to talk about getting a build process up and going. I'll cover at a high level a build process that I think works for small to medium size teams, talking about some steps you might ...