It used to be that to develop with Microsoft technologies developers would have to pay up for development tools if they wanted the best experience. These days with all the options developers have, getting someone to pay for tools can be difficult.
Recently I wiped of one of my development machines and realized this is no longer the case while installing various tools.
It's well known that Microsoft has been moving towards open sourcing many of their projects like…
Posted on August 13, 2015 at 5:30pm — 1 Comment
Posted on June 17, 2015 at 11:52am — 1 Comment
In my last blog post I wrote about Windows 10 preview for phones. Yesterday Microsoft released the latest technical preview for Windows 10 on desktops, build 10061. With the rumored end of July release date of Windows 10 here is a look at where Windows 10 is today. The current build is the most refined one yet, but is still very buggy and hopefully…Continue
Posted on April 23, 2015 at 12:50pm — 3 Comments
Nearly 2 years ago I blogged about my experiences using Windows Phone for 6 months. I’m back to update my impression of Windows Phone as a whole and also blog about Windows 10 for phones. Windows Phone has gone through several updates and in early February 2015 Microsoft released the first Tech Preview for Windows 10 on…Continue
Posted on March 2, 2015 at 5:30am
One thing I noticed in 2014 was an overall push to “learn to code”. Today computers are everywhere and we are only getting more reliant on them every day. It makes sense that more people and kids in particular are being exposed to programming. Here are some resources that I have found very easy to set up if you want to teach your kids about programming. Since I mainly use Windows this will be mainly a Windows centric post. Also because this is a list of resources for kids I am…Continue
Posted on January 4, 2015 at 1:05pm — 8 Comments