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Build on the Kinect for Windows v2

MSDN: Coding4Fun, April 15, 2014
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The recent Build 2014 conference had some very interesting announcements for the Kinect for Windows v2 device. Tom Kerkhove, Kinect MVP, provided a great summary and roll-up in his post...//BUILD/ 201...

Micro-JSON - a JSON parser for the .Net Micro Framework

MSDN: Coding4Fun, April 11, 2014
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Today's Hardware Friday project is from Mario Vernari who shows us how we can build a JSON parser that lives happily on a Netduino device.If you're Micro Framework app is talking to a JSON end point (...

Kinect for Windows v2 and the Kinect Studio

MSDN: Coding4Fun, April 10, 2014
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Bruno Capuano, Friend of the Gallery, shows off a new piece of the Kinect for Windows v2 SDK, an updated Kinect Studio...[#KINECTONE] #KinectStudio in the refresh of #KinectSDK V2 (cool!)[Machine Tran...

3D Scanner, with a little help from some LEGOs, a wiper motor and the Kinect

MSDN: Coding4Fun, April 9, 2014
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How can you go wrong combining LEGOs, a wiper motor, off the shelf software, 3d scanning, 3d printing and the Kinect?Kinect + Wiper Motor + LEGO = 3D ScannerChristopher] from the Bamberg Germany hacke...

"Kinect for Windows v2 Developer Preview?? ? C++?????????? [C++ programmer series]"

MSDN: Coding4Fun, April 8, 2014
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Today's article series and project comes to use from Tsukasa Sugiura,a Kinect Application Developer in Japan who's work we've recently highlighted, "Kinect for Windows SDK ????????? [Practical Progra...

Implementing a WaitCursor Class

Black Belt Coder Article Feed, April 6, 2014
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For lengthy operations, it is good form to change the mouse cursor to a wait cursor so that the user knows they must wait until the current task is complete. .NET makes it easy to set a wait cursor. B...

Synchronization, memory visibility and leaky abstractions

The Code Project Latest Articles, April 5, 2014
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Introduction First a warning, this is a difficult article which goes really deep inside the .Net machinery so if you don’t get it the first time (or even the second or third time…) donR...

An Interesting List of Development Stuff (February 2014)

The Code Project Latest Articles, April 5, 2014
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In this installment of my monthly treasure trove of development stuff, we take a slightly more .NET-oriented approach by covering several ASP.NET specific topics, resources and more. But there are qui...

An Interesting List of Development Stuff (March 2014)

The Code Project Latest Articles, April 5, 2014
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In this St. Patrick’s day installment of an Interesting List of Development Stuff, we dive into a more .NET-centric approach (with a majority of the topics at least being in the realm of .NET) b...

"The Urban Garden - Adventures in Automated Indoor Gardening"

MSDN: Coding4Fun, April 4, 2014
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What was that you forgot? Let's see, while you were away at Build or glued to the live streams, there was something you were supposed to do... hum... what was it...?Something green... oh, oh. Plants. ...

BUILD 2014 day 2 Keynote recap

Laurent Duveau, April 4, 2014
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Notable announcements of day 2 44 new announcements for Azure enough said!! Check out Scott Guthries blog for a series of detailed blog posts on Azure: http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/ ...

Host OWIN in an Azure Worker Role

ASP.NET Daily Articles, April 3, 2014
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This tutorial shows how to self-host OWIN in a Microsoft Azure worker role. Open Web Interface for .NET (OWIN) defines an abstraction between .NET web servers and web applications. OWIN decouples t......

The .NET Foundation and .NET Platform Innovation

Somasegars WebLog, April 3, 2014
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.NET has been a bedrock of the Microsoft developer ecosystem ever since its initial release more than 12 years ago.  The over 6 million professional developers using .NET have built some of the m...

"Turning Microsoft Kinect into a physical therapy tool"

MSDN: Coding4Fun, April 3, 2014
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Today we highlight another example of the Kinect making it possible to provide cutting edge therapy, without a cutting edge price. Microsoft CityNext: Turning Microsoft Kinect into a physical therapy ...

Host ASP.NET Web API 2 in an Azure Worker Role

ASP.NET Daily Articles, April 2, 2014
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This tutorial shows how to host ASP.NET Web API in an Azure Worker Role, using OWIN to self-host the Web API framework. Open Web Interface for .NET (OWIN) defines an abstraction between .NET web se......

Kinect'ing to you with BioGaming

MSDN: Coding4Fun, April 2, 2014
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Today's inspirational project provides another glimpse into how the Kinect continues to impact the medical industry. Who would have thought it was going to have this impact of impact when it was relea...

Final Kinect for Windows v2 Hardware Revealed

MSDN: Coding4Fun, April 1, 2014
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We've been highlighting some of the work being done by those with the early versions of the Kinect for Windows v2 devices. Last week the Kinect for Windows Team reveal the final hardware and more...Re...

Coding4Fun First Quarter 2014 Round-Up

MSDN: Coding4Fun, March 31, 2014
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It's been three months already? Wow, seems like the year is just flying by. Anyway, here's the first Coding4Fun Quarterly round-up. Since you and I are figuring this out as we go, I wasn't sure if I s...

Custom Adding/Updating using Entity Framework 5

The Code Project Latest Articles, March 28, 2014
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Being able to add or update data field by field through winforms using EF5, .NET 4.5...

Remote Procedure Calls between Android and .NET

The Code Project Latest Articles, March 27, 2014
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Simple example showing Remote Procedure Calls between Android and .NET based on TCP....

Getting down and dirty coding with the Kinect for Windows v2

MSDN: Coding4Fun, March 27, 2014
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Today Tom Kerkhove takes us back to the Kinect for Windows v2, this time helping us get our hands a little dirty and digging into some (well more than just some!) coding...[Tutorial] Gen. II Kinect fo...

Face Swap... with a little help from the Kinect for Windows v2

MSDN: Coding4Fun, March 26, 2014
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Today's inspirational project is one that I really wish we had the source or download for, and while I try to only focus on projects with such, this was just too cool not to share. It sure wets our ap...

Sublime is Sublime 10

Brendan Tompkins, March 26, 2014
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Ok we have been moving right along through the sublime features and getting setup for .net development. I have been half saving the next few posts deliberately until the end as they will be covering t...

Jitter Filter for the Kinect

MSDN: Coding4Fun, March 25, 2014
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Today's project comes to us from Marc Drossaers who teaches us a good bit about jitter, what it is and best of all how we can add a jitter filter to our next Kinect project. This is a smaller piece of...

Sublime is Sublime 9

Brendan Tompkins, March 25, 2014
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Yesterday I took a survey of .net developers as I was curious how most are working. In particular I was wondering what % of time people actually work on .NET code vs working on code such as html or ja...

NeoLua (Lua for the .net dynamic language runtime)

The Code Project Latest Articles, March 24, 2014
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NeoLua implements Lua as a .NET dynamic language....

Sublime is Sublime 6

Brendan Tompkins, March 21, 2014
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So far we have done quite a bit getting sublime up and going for use with .NET work but we still at this point have to compile our code from the command prompt which well sucks. In this post we … Cont...

Body Tracking with the Kinect for Windows v2

MSDN: Coding4Fun, March 20, 2014
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It's Kinect for Windows v2 Thursday, with another great piece of work from Vangos Pterneas. Today he continues to show us the Body Tracking features and capabilities found in the Kinect for Windows v2...

Sublime is Sublime Part 1

Brendan Tompkins, March 20, 2014
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This is the first blog post in a series about getting sublime working for .NET development. We will look at how to get nice color schems, git integration, command line integration, handling project an...

Kinecting to the Mona Lisa

MSDN: Coding4Fun, March 19, 2014
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Remember our Friend of the Gallery, Tango Chen? The one who took his love for the Kinect and turned it into a paying job, BMW i8 Advertising with the Kinect?More Past Posts with Tango Chen;Leaping int...

Today's hot project, Hotspotizer!

MSDN: Coding4Fun, March 18, 2014
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Mehmet emailed me (+1) last week about this very cool project that he and his team built. It doesn't have source available yet (-1), which is pretty common from projects coming from academia, but you ...

Performing Asynchronous Operations Using Entity Framework

DotNetBips.com Latest Articles, March 18, 2014
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Asynchronous programming involves executing operations in the background so that the main thread can continue its own operations. This way the main thread can keep the user interface responsive while ...

Performing Asynchronous Operations Using Entity Framework

BinaryIntellect.net :: The .NET Code Gallery, March 18, 2014
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Asynchronous programming involves executing operations in the background so that the main thread can continue its own operations. This way the main thread can keep the user interface responsive while ...

UniversalSerializer

The Code Project Latest Articles, March 17, 2014
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A universal and easy serializer for .NET....

Sorted List of Available Cultures in .NET

The Code Project Latest Articles, March 16, 2014
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Get alphabetically ordered list of available cultures in .NET...

.NET WinForms ReportViewer: Non-printable Report Background (Elements)

The Code Project Latest Articles, March 14, 2014
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HowTo: make the report background (elements) of Microsoft .NET Report (.rdlc) non-printable...

WPF Interview questions with answers

The Code Project Latest Articles, March 14, 2014
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In this section we will run through important WPF interview questions asked during .NET interviews. I know the list is not complete but wanted to at least start with something and then keep adding as...

Windows Phone, RC cars and you...

MSDN: Coding4Fun, March 14, 2014
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Today's Hardware Friday project comes to us from Joel Ivory Johnson who shows us all how we can marry up some of our favorite toys, Window Phone and our RC car collection (you have one of those right?...

Kinect 1 vs. Kinect 2, a quick side-by-side reference

MSDN: Coding4Fun, March 13, 2014
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Today we're highlighting a quick post from James Ashley who does a nice Kinect 1 vs. 2 side-by-side comparison.Quick Reference: Kinect 1 vs. Kinect 2This information is preliminary as Kinect for Windo...

Accessible Kinect and Yoga

MSDN: Coding4Fun, March 12, 2014
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Today's inspirational post comes to us from Kyle Rector where she shows off one of the coolest Kinect usage examples...Accessible yoga for the blind using Kinect[GD: Post copied in full below]Yoga is ...

A Bridge not to far... The Kinect Common Bridge get face tracking and voice recognition.

MSDN: Coding4Fun, March 11, 2014
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We last mentioned the Kinect Common Bridge here, Kids, Kinect, Cinder and some C++ too... Meet the Kinect Common Bridge. Today we return to it, with a fresh new update...Kinect Common Bridge adds Face...

GesturePak 2.0 Alpha for the Kinect for Windows v2

MSDN: Coding4Fun, March 6, 2014
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Today's we close out our Kinect v2 week with a project from the one and only, Carl Franklin. He's taking his cool GesturePak project forward to support the future, the Kinect for Windows v2 device. Th...

Aspect Oriented Programming in .NET

The Code Project Latest Articles, March 6, 2014
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An introduction to Aspect Oriented Programming in .NET....

Kinecting to your Heart[rate]

MSDN: Coding4Fun, March 5, 2014
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Today's Kinect for Windows v2 project from D Goins Espiriance is currently binary only (but hopefully source is coming) that show off one of the coolest and weirdest and freakiest features of the Kine...

Color, depth and infrared streams in the Kinect for Windows v2 world (here's how)

MSDN: Coding4Fun, March 4, 2014
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This week we're doing another Kinect for Windows v2 week. From today's example, to tomorrow's cool project to finally the alpha version of a coming third party product.But first, today we again highli...

Coding4Fun February 2014 Round-Up

MSDN: Coding4Fun, February 28, 2014
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We're back with our second post round-up.As a reminder, we publish a good number of posts, six a week at least. With that number of posts it's easy to miss some of the great stuff stories. Starting th...

More Tips and Tricks for the Kinect to Windows SDK

MSDN: Coding4Fun, February 27, 2014
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Today we're bringing Abhijit Jana back with a round-up of all his recent Windows for Windows that he's been doing on Daily .NET tips.Many of our past posts from Abhijit;Abhijit's Kinect for Windows SD...

Microsoft HealthVault resources for developers

Laurent Duveau, February 27, 2014
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While helping at Hacking Health last week I ended up gathering useful resources for developers interested in integrating health data in their apps: HealthVault website: www.healthvault.com He...

Mysteries of Kinect for Windows Face Tracking...

MSDN: Coding4Fun, February 26, 2014
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Today's post from Carmine Sirignano, a Developer Support Escalation Engineer on the Kinect for Windows talks in detail on how the Kinect for Windows Face Tracking actually works, providing some cool c...

Getting a Continuous Grip [aka ContinousGrippedState] with the Kinect.Reactive

MSDN: Coding4Fun, February 25, 2014
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Today's project comes to us from another Friend of the Gallery, Marcus Kohnert, who shows us how are can continue to take advantage of the Kinect.Reactive library in our Kinect for Windows v1 SDK appl...