April 12, 2010
In the last Dev Academy I have given a lecture in the TDM (R&D Manager) track about Software Porting, The Why, When, and How. During the lecture I have talked about many different migration scenarios: from VB 6.0 to C#/VB.NET. From VC++ 6.0 to VC 2008/2010, From Unix/Linux to Windows, From old .NET to new .NET etc. I have talked about the porting project, best practices and tools. This is the link to the lecture’s slides. There are many useful links inside it. This is the link to the lecture video recording (sound track in Hebrew).
When we look at the mobile phone market, can we project from it about the future of software? Is Windows 8 going to be a closed system? Will we as developers need to upload all our applications to an App-Store or Marketplaces? Will we have Multitasking?
Let's look at the iPad, a big iPhone or better a big iPod? Let's say that it will sell more than Windows PC based Tablets. What does it say to Microsoft? Microsoft has pushed the tablet idea since the release of Windows XP tablet edition. Of course the idea about hand-writing recognitions goes...
April 7, 2010
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April 6, 2010
One of the new features of VS 2010 is the new Help system. During the MVP Summit we have introduced to the new system which has very good foundation, but the viewer that comes with VS 2010 is lack of many features that we used to have and loved such as the TOC, Index, Synch TOC, etc. Fortunately there is a tool (H3Viewer) that provides the missing features: In the site you can also find the mshcMigrate tool that enable the migration of old MS Help files...