For the first Hardware Friday post of the year lets start with highlight the must go to source for Windows IoT samples… ms-iot/samples Windows 10 IoT Core Samples “To download Windows 10 IoT Core, visit our Get Started page To download these samples, click the Clone or Download button above How to contribute We greatly… Read More This week on Channel 9, Nikola and new host Kriti Jindal discuss the week’s top developer news, including; [00:27] Kriti Jindal joins TWC9 [01:17] Download Visual Studio 2017 Release Candidate [02:04] Productivity in Visual Studio 2017 RC [Mark Wilson-Thomas] [02:58] More Productive JavaScript in Visual Studio 2017 RC [Bowden Kelly] [03:26] Harness the Power… Read More

Today’s Hardware Friday post is meant to “teach you how to fish find your own cool projects” is a great community that is all about learning hardware… “Hackster helps people everywhere learn how to design, create and program Internet-connected hardware. By bringing together our network of close to 200,000 engineers, makers and hackers, 90… Read More

You HAVE to love a post that starts off with “No, I am not drunk, nor did I smoke some peculiar produce our capital Amsterdam is famous for, and I did not bump my head a bit too hard on my car while getting out of it either…” Joost van Schaik shows us how U… Read More

I don’t usually get to highlight projects that bring two parts of my live together, being a Microsoft ALM MVP and a cool Windows IoT project. Seeing that this past week was also the Microsoft MVP Global Summit, it seems very appropriate to highlight these two projects… First project is from Anthony Borton, Microsoft ALM… Read More Windows 10 isn’t just for Desktop, Laptops and Phones, it’s also a platform for the Internet of Things (IoT). In this episode, Dmitry Lyalin is joined by Stephen Huang to go over how to get started with Windows 10 IoT Core. Learn the fundamentals such as setting up the OS on an SD card,… Read More

Last week Steve Teixeira something that should make all you you IoT’ers out there smile and rub your hands together in glee (and something you’ll likely be adding to you Christmas list…) New and updated Microsoft IoT Kits Earlier this month, we released to customers around the world a new Windows Insider version of Windows… Read More Windows 10 IoT Core is the smallest version of Windows 10 and is designed to help you build connected things of all sizes and types. Watch the video to get an overview of how IoT Core can help you and then read up on all the details at Source link… Read More “Best for You” is a sample app that demonstrates how to integrate an IoT solution with an Xbox app. Watch the video to get an overview of the sample and learn more about UWP apps on Xbox at Source link… Read More

Using a Google tool to build your next Raspberry Pi Windows 10 app? Yep, here’s how… Windows 10 IoT Core Blockly In this blog post you’ll learn about IoT Core Blockly, a new UWP application that allows you to program a Raspberry Pi 2 or 3 and a Raspberry Pi Sense Hat using a “block”… Read More