Microsoft DevRadio: Top 10 Windows 8 Secrets for App Success

I’m pleased to have had the opportunity to host another episode of Microsoft DevRadio. In this episode, Chris Bowen shares with us his Top 10 Windows 8 secrets for App success. Tune in as Chris and I discuss the incredible money making opportunities available for developers who jump in and develop applications for Windows 8 … Continue reading Microsoft DevRadio: Top 10 Windows 8 Secrets for App Success

Updating a Windows 8 JavaScript app from RC to RTM

Now that the Windows 8 RTM version is available to MSDN Subscribers (and a 90-day trial version is available for non-subscribers), it’s a good time to update your app to the RTM version of Visual Studio 2012. Updating to RTM is required to submit an app for the Windows Store, and it’s a pretty painless … Continue reading Updating a Windows 8 JavaScript app from RC to RTM

Follow-up On Backups: Mounting a System Image

Yesterday, I posted about my practice of using the built in system image creation tools in Windows 7 and Windows 8 to create a backup of my system whenever I’m getting ready to upgrade. Now, if something goes tragically wrong, I can just boot to a system repair disk, and restore the image, and I’m … Continue reading Follow-up On Backups: Mounting a System Image

Preparing for Windows 8 RTM with a System Image backup

Getting RTM Bits You’ve probably heard by now that for folks who are MSDN Subscribers, the RTM version(s) of Windows 8 and Visual Studio 2012 were made available for download today. Even better, for folks who aren’t subscribers, you can grab a 90-day trial version from TechNet (do make sure to read the “Things to … Continue reading Preparing for Windows 8 RTM with a System Image backup