In 1996 I was happily working on large Unix applications when I was approached by Microsoft to join a brand new European arm of the (then famous – apparently) Microsoft US Developer Relations Group as something called a “Technical Evangelist” … Continue reading →
If you attended the event yesterday in London then firstly, thank you for coming and secondly, you can find the slides we used attached to this post or via this direct link. The tips I listed in my part of … Continue reading →
Just stumbled upon ClassBrowserPlus – what a great app! Lovely clean UX with great detailed content And some very nice code samples Well done Russell!
[Windows Store Tips] When you create a developer account on the Windows 8 store you can either create a company account or an individual account. I have seen several companies get into a “bit of a pickle” with store company … Continue reading →
There appears to be a small myth that getting a Windows 8 store app on a Windows RT device during development is complicated. I think this stems from a) some of the (quite complex) blogosphere posts on Windows RT and … Continue reading →