On the Road with my Surface Pro 3

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Windows Entertainment and Connected Home MVP Barb Bowman I think I’ve been on a quest for a perfect travel laptop that does it all for me since I first owned a luggable Tandy FD 1400 dual floppy disk 12 pound “portable”. Prior to the release of the Surface…


Nicolas Calvi and Johanna Rowe: MVPs Together, Now Husband and Wife (French language)

Editor’s note:  This is the original French version of the MVP wedding story – you can also see an English translation.   Nous nous sommes rencontrés en janvier 2010 lors d’une mission qui portait sur la réalisation d’une application pour la table Microsoft Surface (V1). C’est la rencontre de deux mondes qui sont faits et…


Nicolas Calvi and Johanna Rowe: MVPs Together, Now Husband and Wife

Hardware Interaction Design and Development MVPs Nicolas Calvi and Johanna Rowe met in January 2010 during a Microsoft Surface 1.0 mission, where they had to work together on a bank application for the tactile device. It was the meeting of two worlds which had to communicate: Interaction Design and Development. Johanna is an industrial and…


Build 2013 Recap

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Windows Phone Development MVP Mayur Tendulkar Just few days ago Microsoft hosted an annual developer conference – BUILD 2013 in San Francisco, CA. This conference provided a lot more information and insights into what is coming up next. And indeed the future looks bright.  But more than…


Basis of Tactile Programming with WPF4 and Surface 2.0 SDK | Bases de la Programmation Tactile avec WPF4 et le SDK

Today’s MVP Monday post comes from French Surface: Development MVP Nicolas Calvi and is provided in both French and English. Bases de la programmation tactile avec WPF4 et le SDK Gestuelles Programmation tactile avec WPF 4 Extension de la programmation avec le SDK Surface 2.0 Intégration avec MVVM Dans cet article on va aborder quelques approches basiques…


Norwegian MVP Develops Multi-Touch App For Microsoft Surface

Silverlight MVP Einar Ingebrigsten (Bouvet) was approached by Microsoft Norway to work on a project for NRK – the Norwegian broadcasting company. The project was to design and build a multi-touch application that would be used to launch a new game show called, ‘De Ukjente’ translated as The Unknown. Within six weeks, Einar had created…

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