Raise of Hands: Do you use the Surface Simulator? Do you use the Surface Simulator APIs?


Dear Readers,


Hello, I am Luis Cabrera, the Program Manager responsible for the Surface SDK. I would like to get a better idea for the usage of some of the functionality we have exposed in our Surface SDK in the past.



For those of you who are developing using the Microsoft Surface SDK, I would like you to respond to the following questions:


1. Do you know about the Surface Simulator? (y/n)
2. Do you use the Surface Simulator? (y/n)
3. Do you know about the Surface Simulator APIs? (y/n)
4. Do you use the Surface Simulator APIs? (y/n)


Any additional comments regarding how you test your applications: ________________


 You can respond to this post, or if your prefer to respond privately, please shoot me an email at luisca at microsoft.com


Thanks!


-Luis.


 

Comments (5)

  1. robert.fleming@rbc.com says:

    Answers to your questions…

    1. Do you know about the Surface Simulator? YES

    2. Do you use the Surface Simulator? YES most of the time

    3. Do you know about the Surface Simulator APIs? YES

    4. Do you use the Surface Simulator APIs? No. What would the help with?

  2. isaks says:

    1. Yes

    2. Yes, a lot. Even run it on Win7 x64. Please make that officially supported so we don’t have to hack it

    3. No

    4. No, what are they good for?

  3. aquaseal says:

    1. Yes

    2. Yes. I too run this on win7 x64 and would love official support in the future.

    3. No

    4. No

  4. Ghiles says:

    1. Do you know about the Surface Simulator? YES

    2. Do you use the Surface Simulator? YES most of the time

    3. Do you know about the Surface Simulator APIs? Nop where can I get infos about it?

    4. Do you use the Surface Simulator APIs? No

  5. njebert says:

    1. Yes

    2. Yes

    3. No

    4. No, what would they be useful for? Where are they located?