Inspiration Tour Resources


Yesterday saw the first of our Inspiration Tour dates kindly hosted by Manchester Metropolitan University.

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I thought it would be a good idea to pull together a bunch of resources on the technologies we talk about as a central reference for those who attend the tour or are interested in Silverlight, Embedded, XNA, Popfly or Surface.

Silverlight - silverlight.net

XNA - creators.xna.com/

Windows Embedded - microsoft.com/windows/embedded/

Popfly - popfly.ms

Surface - microsoft.com/surface/

Hopefully these resources will give you everything you need to get started with these technologies. If you have any questions about any of these technologies then please comment on this post.

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Comments (7)
  1. Thanks for the links, was a good event shame about the technical problems.

    Let us know when it has been confirmed about revisiting and will start spreading the word.

  2. Alexis Gascoigne says:

    Hey man, i just got back from the stafford presentation you guys did (those cubed shirts are awesome, and i want the machine that makes them), could i get a list of the URL’s from the thing?  I got the microsoft.com/student one and this one, but i wanted to play around with the xna and stuff (and i’d love to get a look in on popfly).  

    I’ll check back here or you can e-mail me

    Thanks, good presentation guys 🙂

  3. edunhill1 says:

    Hey Alexis, most of the resources for getting started with the technology we showed are in this post. There are all the links to XNA/Embedded/Silverlight and my introduction to Popfly article. If you need any other help getting started feel free to reply.

  4. I managed to get Ed and Ben into the MS UK recording studio thing before Christmas to record their sessions

  5. I managed to get Ed and Ben into the MS UK recording studio thing before Christmas to record their sessions

  6. So you want to develop a Web site? Well you’re in luck; Microsoft offers end to end Web technology

  7. So you want to develop a Web site? Well you’re in luck; Microsoft offers end to end Web technology

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