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25.4 Podcast Episode 1

Some fellow developers and I have started a new show called the 25.5 developer podcast. 25.4 minutes is the average commute time in the US and we want the show to be something you can listen to in its entirety on your way to or from work so we will do our best to keep the show length at 25.4 minutes. 25 more words

Computers And Internet

VLC for WindowsPhone beta now available for users registered with beta program

If you are one of the lucky few who was able to sign up to beta test the upcoming VLC app for Windows Phone, you can download now! 79 more words


Psycho-Analyzing People You Hate On Twitter With IBM Bluemix and Watson cont.

Last time we explored the Watson User Modeling service and all the personality data that it generates for you. In this post we are going to wire that all up in our app and also explore an additional method on the User Modeling service that takes all that data and creates a cool interactive chart like the one at right. 429 more words

Windows Phone

Tiny Troopers is now on Windows Phone, and it's AWESOME

Tiny Troopers by Game Troopers is the new addition to Windows Phone game collection as an Xbox title. I got curious after watching its promotional video from YouTube (see the video below), then after playing the tutorials and the first mission, I’m already addicted to it. 209 more words

Windows Phone

How to Use Facebook SDK for Windows Phone - Part 1

This is a series of tutorials on How to use Facebook SDK for Windows Phone.

When i started using Facebook SDK I couldn’t find enough documentation for the functionality and usage of the SDK, It took me alot of time to figure them out. 1,225 more words

Self Development

AI In Your Windows Phone Apps pt 3 - Psycho-Analyzing People You Hate On Twitter

Let’s Review Shall We

In parts 1 and 2 we went over the process of signing up for a free IBM Bluemix account, creating an app, and adding the Watson Question and Answer service to the app. 897 more words

Windows Phone

New Cheapie JVC Headphones

Update: No one from Sonic Electronix contacted me but a RMA through Amazon has gone through and I can print out my shipping label anytime. Though the actual shipping is free the box and ballast is going to cost around $10; I think I’m better off voicing my complaints on Amazon than wasting nearly 1/3 of the phone on unfair shipping cost. 102 more words