Coding4Fun Third Quarter 2017 Round-Up

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These Round-up’s are for me, as much as they are for you… With four’ish posts a week, it’s easy to forget what was covered and highlighted. As I look at this list, I find myself saying, "Wow, forgot about that one!" or "That’s right, I was supposed to send that too…" and "Cool, now I […]

Join us for the Azure Red Shirt Dev Tour

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Join us for the Azure Red Shirt Dev Tour Now that Ignite is over, we can all roll up our sleeves and start using all the new services and features in Azure. The Azure Red Shirt Dev Tour is for developers who want to see detailed advice and instructions for building solutions in the cloud. The sessions will […]

PowerShell in Azure Cloud Shell | Azure Friday

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Hemant Mahawar joins Scott Hanselman to demo the PowerShell experience in Azure Cloud Shell, a browser-based shell experience hosted in the cloud. Now you have the flexibility of choosing the shell experience that best suits the way you work. Azure drive (Azure:) enables you to discover and navigate all Azure resources like file system navigation and provides […]

Kinect to Driver4VR

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Today’s product is one that’s pretty cool that turns your Kinect (old or new) into a VR Controller! Check out Kevin Carbotte‘s article on Tom’s Hardware about Driver4VR… You Can Use A Kinect For Full Body Tracking In SteamVR; Here’s How When HTC releases the Vive Tracker universal tracking devices to the consumer market before […]

VS Code Gets Java Debugger

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Visual Studio Code is getting more Java programming functionality in a new extension from Microsoft — in collaboration with Red Hat — that adds debugging capabilities. VS Code Gets Java Debugger Source: Visual Studio News