NuGet has recently added support for native projects. This simplifies a lot deployment of native libraries. Even though cpplinq is not a big library (in fact is just a header file) I have created a NuGet package so that you are able to automatically add it to your project. Here is what you have to…
Microsoft has made available the release candidates for the new Windows and the new Visual Studio tool set. Some of the products have been renamed: Windows Server 2012 is the new name for Windows 8 “Server” Visual Studio 2012 is the new name for Visual Studio 11 MSDN subscribers can download them from their account….
This Wednesday Google released version 11 of the Chrome Browser. One of the most important addition was the support for speech recognition for English. One can enable speech recognition in an input field by adding the x-webkit-speech proprietary attribute, like in this example:
<input type="text" x-webkit-speech />
The result should look like this (of course, in Chrome 11,…
Today Microsoft release officially Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.0, with five major release events and many others across the globe. You can download it from MSDN. Those that don’t have an MSDN subscription can try the evaluation versions available here. Express editions are still available for free and can be downloaded from here….
Windows 7 RTM and Windows Server 2008 R2 RTM are now available for download on MSDN for MSDN and TechNet subscribers. Currently, the only available bits are in English. The other languages will become available on October 1st. Volume License customers with an existing Software Assurance license will be able to download the bits starting…