The (as-yet) Untitled Show: Episode 0–Pilot

Pete Brown and I are starting something new…a live show featuring all kinds of geekiness in hardware and software. Basically stuff we like, and enjoy. We kicked off our first live show today, discussing topics from new synthesizer apps, Nerf guns, the LEAP motion, and a microcontroller that can be programmed using JavaScript. Gadgets, developer … Continue reading The (as-yet) Untitled Show: Episode 0–Pilot

Rocking Gadgeteer on DotNetRocks

I’m honored to have had the opportunity to spend some time with Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell from .NET Rocks, to discuss the .NET Gadgeteer platform and some of the projects I’ve worked on using this hardware/software platform. We also discussed some of the great work being done by the Gadgeteer community, including the many … Continue reading Rocking Gadgeteer on DotNetRocks

Microsoft DevRadio: Using Blend to Help Design Your Windows 8 Apps (Part 2)

Abstract: In Part 2 of our Using Blend for Windows 8 apps series, Andrew Duthie and Kirupa Chinnathambi take a deep dive into how you can use Blend to easily design your Windows 8 apps for various devices. In this episode they’ll show you how to use the device panel and how to react to … Continue reading Microsoft DevRadio: Using Blend to Help Design Your Windows 8 Apps (Part 2)

Microsoft DevRadio: Using Blend to Help Design Your Windows 8 Apps (Part 1)

Abstract: Andrew Duthie and Program Manager Kirupa Chinnathambi from the Microsoft Expression Blend team join us for part one of this series as we take an inside look at how Blend can help developers design their Windows 8 apps. Tune in as they build a basic “hello world” application, add HTML assets and style it … Continue reading Microsoft DevRadio: Using Blend to Help Design Your Windows 8 Apps (Part 1)

Microsoft DevRadio: Reasons Why You Should Develop a Windows 8 App

I’m pleased to announce the availability of my next episode of Microsoft DevRadio, in which I talk to my fellow Technical Evangelist Jennifer Marsman about the top reasons for developing applications for Windows 8. From market potential and size, optimized discovery, flexible and money making opportunities, as well as free tools and guidance— there’s no … Continue reading Microsoft DevRadio: Reasons Why You Should Develop a Windows 8 App