Archive for November, 2010

Tweet search – one code, three mobile platforms (wp7, monodroid, monotouch) (via Sigurd Snørteland)

Interesting article..

tweet search - one code, three mobile platforms (wp7, monodroid, monotouch) Here is the presentation and the source code from the speech I held at the Norwegian .Net User Group last wednesday. tweet search 'tweet search' is a mobile twitter search app written in c# for Windows Phone 7, iPhone and Android. All three apps share the same twitter search code, but they have custom gui code (WP7=Silverlight, iPhone=MonoTouch, Android=MonoDroid). Go to the bottom off this article to find links to the source code & presentat … Read More

via Sigurd Snørteland

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New Ad for Kinect for Xbox 360

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Silverlight Future Revealed ? ?

Future of silverlight event is scheduled for December-3. Here is the two interesting job posts..

Job Category: Software Engineering: Development
Location: United States, WA, Redmond
Job ID: 739404 29796
Product: Microsoft Silverlight
Division: Server & Tools Business

Silverlight is a fast paced, fun and winning team that ships yearly and is making serious inroads in the marketplace. Come join one of the best team’s at Microsoft and take your work to the next level by helping us deliver ground breaking graphics, and UI advances.
Silverlight is a cross-browser, cross-platform, developer platform that is based on XAML and already running on Windows, Mac, set-top-boxes and Windows Phones. Numerous industry partners are already using Silverlight to deliver high end and cutting edge internet and mobile experiences to millions of users, including Netflix, NBC Olympics, Seesmic, Facebook, Foursquare and Twitter. Microsoft teams such as Bing Maps, Sql reporting services, Office Communicator are already using Silverlight and many more will be in the future.
As a developer you will be responsible for delivering features for several upcoming devices and shipping devices like the Windows Phone.
Candidates must have 5+ years of professional development experience in C++ and a willingness to work on new operating systems and languages.

Apply

Job Category: Software Engineering: Development
Location: United States, WA, Redmond
Job ID: 740317 29869
Product: Microsoft Silverlight
Division: Server & Tools Business

Silverlight is looking to hire motivated developers with a passion for creating ground breaking multiscreen platform experiences now targeting the XBOX.
Silverlight is a fast paced, fun and winning team that ships yearly and is making serious inroads in the marketplace. It is a cross-browser, cross-platform, developer platform that is based on XAML and already running on Windows, Mac, set-top-boxes and Windows Phones. Numerous industry partners are already using Silverlight to deliver high end and cutting edge internet and mobile experiences to millions of users, including Netflix, NBC Olympics, Seesmic, Facebook, Foursquare and Twitter. Microsoft teams such as Sql reporting services, Office Communicator are already using Silverlight and many more will be in the future.
One of the unique things about our team is how closely we partner with customers to make them successful with our technology – whether it’s one of the thousands of applications developed for Windows Phone 7, social network applications such as Seesmic, or powering the largest premium internet movie service through Netflix. With our next wave of releases we are looking to increase by an order of magnitude our usage, customer base and reach.
As a developer you will be responsible for delivering features for Silverlight on the XBOX as part of the next wave.
Candidates must have 5+ years of professional development experience in C++ and a willingness to work on new operating systems and languages.

Apply

Only scott Guthrie knows what he is going to reveal on that day..

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Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office Signup

Google based on its Docverse acquisition has announced Cloud connect. Following is the description given in blog.

For those of you who have not made the full move to Google Docs and are still using Microsoft Office, Google has something great to offer. With Cloud Connect, people can continue to use the familiar Office interface, while reaping many of the benefits of web-based collaboration that Google Docs users already enjoy.
Users of Office 2003, 2007 and 2010 can sync their Office documents to the Google cloud, without ever leaving Office. Once synced, documents are backed-up, given a unique URL, and can be accessed from anywhere (including mobile devices) at any time through Google Docs. And because the files are stored in the cloud, people always have access to the current version.
Once in the Google cloud, documents can be easily shared and even simultaneously edited by multiple people, from right within Office. A full revision history is kept as the files are edited, and users can revert to earlier versions in one click. These are all features that Google Docs users already enjoy today, and now we’re bringing them to Microsoft Office.

Sign up here

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Earth Attack Built On HTML 5 In Microsoft IE9

A teaser posted on internet. I expect more from IE9 . Smile

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