If you’re interested in Sensors and Location in Windows 7, check out Jim Travis’ blog!

Jim Travis has been a Microsoft for a long time, and is the tech writer lead who’s working on the docs for sensors and location for Windows 7. Jim is a great guy, and a wealth of knowledge about various developer topics. If you are interested in the new Sensor and Location Platform in Windows…


Using the Windows 7 Sensor Development Kit on a virtual machine

If you have a Windows 7 Sensor Development Kit, but don’t have a machine to dedicate to a Windows 7 pre-Beta install, there’s another option. In the blog post linked to below, Christoph Wille explians how to use the Windows 7 Sensor Development kit from a Virtual box image… Pretty cool! Explained here: http://chrison.net/Windows7SensorDevelopmentKitInsideVirtualBox.aspx


Sensor development kits were the hot ticket at WinHEC 2008!

At conferences, it’s always fun to pick up SWAG, (Stuff We All Get). But SWAG can sometimes be predictable and repetitive. You’ve seen the typical SWAG: Pens, Illuminated bouncy balls, drink insulators, keychains, refrigerator magnets, etc, etc. All with bold company logos. If you’re lucky, you may get a shirt that’s handy to wear while…