Blog Summary

Sunday, November 20, 2011

I feel this is a good time for me to present a summary of some of the posts I wrote.. Most Interesting Posts Following are posts that I'm personally proud of. Shake Gestures Library – A Windows Phone Recipe In this post I present an algorithm for detecting shake gestures on a Windows Phone system using the accelerometer sensor. This is by far my favorite post since I actually needed to use some math to solve this one.   How To Use a .NET 4 Based DLL...
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How To Implement a Windows Live Writer Plug-in That Checks For Missing Tags

Saturday, December 4, 2010

This post provides the technical details on how I’ve implemented the Windows Live Writer Plug-in Check For Missing Tags, which was presented here. What Is This Plug-in Anyway? This plug-in will remind you to add the proper tags if they are missing. Trying to post without proper tagging when the plug-in is installed will result with the following dialog: Clicking on the Cancel button (which is the default) will abort the publish operation and will let you update the categories. The list of required categories is saved in a simple text file...
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Never Forget To Tag Your Post Again!

Background A few days ago, there was a bloggers meeting at Microsoft Raanana Office. While I was there I’ve heard some people complain that they sometimes forget to add the proper tags to their blog posts (e.g. DEV, ITPRO, TECH, OFFTOPIC, VIDEO). Presenting: Check For Missing Tags Plug-in I’ve decided to pick up the glove and implement a Windows Live Writer plug-in that will remind you to add the proper tags. Trying to post without proper tagging when the plug-in is installed will result with the following dialog: Clicking on...
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Happy Blog Day #1

Thursday, September 9, 2010

It has been a year since I’ve started blogging and I think this is a good point for thinking where I was , where I am and where I’m going. In this year I’ve written 46 posts. Not bad, but not nearly as much as I want or as much ideas I have for posts. Unfortunately, (or fortunately?) I enjoy my work so much that I often find myself practicing it on my spare time, leaving less time for blogging. The topics I’ve blogged about where mostly Windows 7 related features (over 70%), the rest is divided...
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