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September 2013

One hour a day 50: Podcast on building games in .NET

Today I took a dive into the world of game development with DotNet Rocks episode 910, Building a Game in .NET with Andrea Magnorsky and Andrew O'Connor. When this podcast popped up I got really stoked. Who of us wouldn't... Continue Reading →

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One hour a day 49: Podcast on meteor.js

Today it was time for yet another JavaScript framework. I listened to JavaScript Jabber episode 76, Metor.js with Marcus Phillips and Fred Zirdung. Meteor is an application platform built around Smart Packages. It sounds like a great framework and from... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 48: Podcast on Durandal

A couple of weeks ago I listened to Rob Eisenberg on Herding Code where he talked about RPGWithMe and how he built Durandal for that application. This time it's DotNet Rocks episode 909, DurandalJS with Rob Eisenberg. In the previous... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 47: Podcast on Consumer vs Business Apps

Today I listened to another interesting discussion, The Tablet Show episode 103, Consumer vs Business Apps with Rocky Lothka. The discussion is about how we build applications in different ways depending on the purpose. There are a lot of great... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 46: Windows Performance Toolkit

After the last podcast, that was 90 minutes, I spent some time installing and testing the Windows Performance Toolkit.You can read more about at MSDN and download it with the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK).  The ADK includes multiple... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 45: Podcast on Windows Performance Toolkit

Today I've listened to The PowerScripting Podcast episode 241, Microsoft PFE Matthew Reynolds on the Windows Performance Toolkit. There are often a lot of complaining that it takes a long time for Windows to boot up. We're mainly talking business... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 44: Podcasts on Vision-based computing and the Agent watch

Looking into the future with Hanselminutes episode 388, Vision-Based computing with Dr. Neil Roodyn. Having seen Minority Report and other sci-fi movies where the persons interact with there computers using voice and movements I often get ideas on how it... Continue Reading →

This is when the people at Apple said “Oh crap!”

Microsoft have announced the Surface 2 and what a nice little machine it is. For me as a developer and a commuter the Surface Pro 2 will replace my iPad and MacBook Air. It's not just a tablet, it's a... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 43: Podcast on Reactive Extensions

Today I got into unknown territory again and listened to DotNet Rocks episode 907, Reactive Extensions with Matthew Podwysocki. From the CodePlex repository for Reactive Extensions we can read, "The Reactive Extensions (Rx) is a library for composing asynchronous and... Continue Reading →

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