Creating game programs and graphics programs is easy with XNA Game Studio and Microsoft Visual Studio.
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The way you interact with a personal computing device is changing and is about to change even more with lots of touching and even a little hidden video.
A few tidbits from PDC 2008. Azure, Silverlight, WPF, Windows 7, and much more!
Silverlight development on Eclipse, XAML language released for public use, no support for Silverlight 2.0 tools in Visual Studio 2005, and most importantly - the official release of Silverlight 2.0.
C++ programs consist of classes, functions, variables, and other component parts. To get a sense of how a program fits together, you must see a complete working program.
A short interview with Microsoft on RFID technology.