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Windows To Go

Microsoft Windows 8 is coming whether we like it or not. Whether Windows 8 is the new “Jack in the Box” or the next Ruth Chris of operating systems is yet to be seen. Regardless, one of the Windows 8 features that jumped off the menu at me was Windows To Go.

The Cost of a C# License

Do you have to pay to use a programming language? Google is getting sued for using Java. Can we use C# without paying?

Visual Studio 11 Ultimate Feature Pack Announced

With Visual Studio 2010, Microsoft started the trend of releasing Visual Studio Ultimate Feature Packs. With the upcoming release of Visual Studio 11, Microsoft intends to continue this trend.

A Spring Conference on Microsoft Technologies

MIX is gone, so where can you find out up-and-coming Microsoft developer information in the Spring? Where can you hear about Visual Studio 11's beta launch?

Kinect for Windows: A New Interface for Your Apps

Microsoft officially announced that a new Kinect for Windows device will be released on February 1st along with a commercial license. How easy is it to code to?

CodeGuru Survey: Short Vistor Survey

We've created a short survey to better understand who is coming to CodeGuru. Please take a minute to let us know your primary programming language and a few other quick details.

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