Programming modern C++ on Windows was lacking a lot of tools, like a state of the art compiler. Now that changed.
The difference between stagnating and successful companies is subtle, but definitely visible.
Lately I've not written much CodeProject articles, but this is about to be changed.
The grading finished several weeks ago and now some of the final projects are also available online.
Our entry for the Intel App Innovation Contest 2013, which called Quantum Striker.
WPF has some strong sides and a few weaknesses, but lately I've recognized a huge downside regarding multi-touch.
Microsoft faced a lot of criticism since the introduction of Windows 8, but obviously they won't stop.
Last week I had to opportunity to visit the Visual Studio Evolution conference in Düsseldorf.
For the second year now I got the Microsoft MVP award.
The Intel Perceptual Computing Contest finished and we were able to submit some nice applications.
In a month the Visual Studio Evolution conference will take place.
The latest release of AngleSharp already supports the HTML5 template element. Why is this great?
A week ago I received the Haswell Ultrabook prototype to review - here are my impressions!
The last weeks I have been quite busy but that did not stop me from submitting some contributions to the CodeProject.
Now that the Raspberry Pi is available since 18 months it was finally time for me to get one!
In the next winter term I will give a new lecture on Software Design Patterns.
It's been quite a while since the Microsoft Surface RT has been released. The commercial success of this tablet has been limited ...
A list of five little tools that will make your life easier and more productive.
The ultimate angle bracket parser library is now published as a pre-alpha release.
A week ago the first preview on Opera 15 has been published.
In the next month Intel organizes two Perceptual Computing events in Munich, Germany.
In two weeks I will give a talk at the .NET usergroup Regensburg.
After a year I found the time to polish the design a little bit.
The second phase of the Intel Perceptual Computing Challenge just started - this time with an even bigger prize pool.
Today I published my entry in the Windows Azure Developer Challenge called Azure WebState.
Some time ago I started planning a lecture on Software Design Patterns. In the next winter term this will actually take place.
The first two parts of the C# lecture are now available online at Tech.Pro.
Yesterday I got informed that two of our three submissions have been good enough to get some prizes.
My latest CodeProject article discusses useful asynchronous patterns and common mistakes by using the new C# keywords.
The Microsoft MVP Summit 2013 has ended two weeks ago - time to review the event.
Next week at the MWC in Barcelona the latest version of Sumerics will be showcased. The version has been published today and includes small bug fixes, enhanced 3D plotting capabilities and improved scripting abilities.
The semester is coming to end, which means that the season of practical lectures is upon us. This term I am giving the lecture on programming C#, which is the first time in a year.
My article about lambda expressions (Way to Lambda) was able to win in the C# competition for the best article of December 2012. The article also won the overall competition.
While PHP lost the most points in the year 2012 (1.6%), C# gained the most points (2.3%) according to the PYPL (PopularitY of Programming Language) index.