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Miscrosoft has released the Windows Azure Training Kit April 2013. The Windows Azure Training Kit includes a comprehensive set of technical content designed to help you learn how to use Windows Azure. The kit includes hands-on labs, presentations, de…
I wrote an android game with andengine and I put the code on github.
So after the Hanselminutes player I made a this developer's life player for android. The principle is the same but the code and result is slightly different. You can find the apps on the market. And you can find the code on Github
After a few weeks of work (having fun) I decided that the next step would be to publish my first attempt at a real android app. That real android app was the Hanselminutes player for which you can find the sourcecode on github.
Another year is about to end, time to do another post with some stats and numbers The 10 most read posts of the year We had a lot of blog posts in 2011, I blogged 105 times the last year. Here is a list of the ten most read posts for the year 2011…
For my android application I made a class that contains an alertdialog with just a yes and a no button. I use winforms a lot and I was thinking the alertdialog in android was the same. Well it isn't.
In the beginning of the week I started writing the Hanselminutes player for Android 3.2 because it seemed like something I would learn from. And man did I learn.
Today I had some free time and decided to write another Android application. I didn't really know what to write until I noticed the new podcast from Scot Hanselman featuring Scott Reynolds. So I thought it would be fun to write an app for the Hanselminutes podcast series, just because I can.
Barcode scanning is something I need to do a lot for work. But reading the barcodes is hard and in .Net I usually buy a framework to do the heavy lifting for me. In essence barcodereaders are nothing more then imagers that give an image of bits to t…
A while ago I wrote about Roboguice. I used 1.1 way back then. Now I switched to version 2.0 beta 2. I also wrote a test application to see how it works. And here is my story.
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