AboutFrom being a junior developer all the way to Development Manager position, I was always interested in new technologies. Passionate speaker, IT junky, developer, architect, team lead, and development manager - many hats, one goal - making software better and closer to people’s needs. For the most part I am using my blog as a scratch pad, writing small articles on things which I came across, was asked about more then once, and which would otherwise require additional research again and again.
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Tag Archives: multi-touch
Some time ago I have wrote about steps Microsoft was making into multi-touch interface support inside Windows application. If you visited PDC 2008, then you probably already heard that Microsoft had officially presented a new .Net framework/API which would be … Continue reading
BetaNews just published a link about a new toy from Microsoft Surface team – Microsoft’s Sphere. Surface software in the ball. Even though a hardware is not of Microsoft’s origin, software is inherited from Surface project. You can watch a little presentation … Continue reading
As I mentioned earlier, Windows 7 is something to think about, in particular when it comes to support for multi-touch. My question was if SDK will be ready by that time or even earlier, since some models of the laptops … Continue reading
Last night I have wrote about upcoming Windows 7. One of the advertised features is multi-touch screen support. Nice. Over past few years I have worked with various TabletPC/Touch screen devices and I like the concept in general. TabletPC laptops … Continue reading
This is follow up on Bill’s presentation at where he shown MS Surface (fast-forward to 27:00) which is now a commercial product. Buttons on the Surface are sluggish, but an idea is great!!!! Well, almost… Watch how it should be presented or how it … Continue reading