Running Angry Birds on the BUILD Samsung Tablet with Windows 8 Consumer Preview

Saturday, April 21, 2012

If you try to install and run Angry Birds on your BUILD machine, you’ll soon find that you can’t run it because there is no support for OpenGL. AT the first it looks like no support in the beta of Windows 8, but the problem is actually happens also on old Windows version, and the real cause is lack of OpenGL support is in the Display Adapter driver.  I decided that no matter what, I am going to run Angry Birds on my machine. After several hours I can say that I’ve made it. But not without getting deep...

Windows Server 2008 R2 & Windows 7 – Under the Hood

Friday, November 6, 2009

Anyone that missed the Windows Platform Developers user group meeting and the lecture about kernel changes in Windows NT 6.1 (I know at least about someone that asked me about a video recording of the event) don’t worry. In the coming SDP event, Dima and I will have a lecture about the internal of Windows 7 & Server 2008 R2 and about the new changes and enhancements of the system.  This is the agenda: 29/12/2009 (11:00-12:15) Server Side (SSD101) Come and explore the engine of Windows NT 6.1. In this lecture you'll see...

Thanks to the people that came to the first meeting of the Windows Platform Developers User Group

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Thanks for all of you that despite the traffic jams, made it and came to the first meeting. And thanks again for your feedbacks, all of them were excellent! Here are the links for the resources that we talked about: Windows 7 Training Kit Visual Studio 2010 Training Kit – The kit contains the MFC labs for the Windows 7 features XP2Win7 – stay tuned for a new release next week, or two. Removing the Kernel Dispatcher lock by Arun Kishan ...

The first meeting of the Windows Platform Developers User Group

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Come and join Pavel and me to the first meeting of the Windows Platform Developers user group. If the Windows platform is interesting you (and it probably does, otherwise you won’t be reading this post) you have to come. This is the chance to influence the spirit of the group. Pavel and I wanted to have a group for people like us. Those who develop for Windows with any needed tool, not just .NET or C++ but both and even more. The first meeting will be about Windows NT 6.1, this is the shortest way to say Windows 7...

Sela Developer Practice

Monday, November 2, 2009

We are going to the PDC. And when I say we, I mean 17 experts and 3 managers from Sela. This year we are going to be in all sessions and meet many key professionals from Microsoft and other companies. We will also have a booth. Why do I tell you that? Not just to tell you that it is fun to work at Sela (It is, but it is also very demanding) and that we are investing in our people, but to announce that we are going to talk about all current and new technologies that will...

Internal Stripping

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Technorati Tags: OOP,Encapsulation,Internal Sasha has notify me about a post of Oren Eini about internal stripping. I have a deep respect to Oren, but I don't agree with his thought about the subject. Developers today are talking a lot about SOA and other "new" ideas, but forget sometimes the good old ideas of Object Oriented Programming. This time we are talking about encapsulation and decoupling.  Here is my point of view:  Using private or internal types/members is something that should be avoid in most of the cases. There are many reasons that a developer doesn't expose an internal...
tags: ,
5 comments