Demo, Kinect for Windows SDK by Arman Obosyan
One-time Password Application for Windows Phone 7 by Giorgi Alkhazishvili
Продолжая тему портирования програм с разных платформ на Windows Phone
If you have been developing Qt applications for Symbian^3, Symbian Anna, or Symbian Belle and are interested in building your applications for Windows Phone, this guide is for you.
The guide covers what you need to know to add Windows Phone development to your skill set, while leveraging what you have already learned while developing Symbian Qt applications.
Chapter 1: Introducing Windows Phone Platform to Symbian^3 Qt Application Developers
Chapter 2: Windows Phone Application Design Guidelines
Chapter 3: Windows Phone Developer and Designer Tools
Chapter 4: C# programming
Chapter 5: Introducing Windows Phone Application Life Cycle
Chapter 6: Porting Applications to Windows Phone
Chapter 7: Windows Phone Example Applications
Chapter 8: Using the API Mapping Tool
Use the Qt to Windows Phone API mapping tool to find your way around when you discover the Windows Phone platform
Download guide Windows Phone 7 Guide for Symbian Qt Application Developers
Kernel Transaction Manager by Roman Akopov
The Windows Developer Preview is a pre-beta version of Windows 8 for developers. These downloads include prerelease software that may change without notice. The software is provided as is, and you bear the risk of using it. It may not be stable, operate correctly or work the way the final version of the software will. It should not be used in a production environment. The features and functionality in the prerelease software may not appear in the final version. Some product features and functionality may require advanced or additional hardware, or installation of other software.
Network Access Protection by Sandro Galdava
Cisco Easy VPN Server by Kote Tvaltvadze
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Overview by Giorgi Jambazishvili
From time to time Microsoft Press has been pleased to offer free downloadable eBooks available as either PDF or XPS files. We are now very happy to announce that five of these same eBooks can be downloaded in two additional formats, DRM-free EPUB and MOBI. These new formats enable you to read these eBooks on ereaders such as Amazon’s Kindle, Barnes and Noble’s Nook, Sony Reader and Kobo eReader, as well as on iOS devices such as the iPad. Of course these files can also be read with ereading apps for the various devices (and other reading applications like Adobe Digital Editions) on netbooks, laptops, and desktop PCs. The key difference between these formats and the previously-offered PDF and XPS files is that the text is “reflowable,” meaning that it recomposes depending on the width of the screen (or as you resize a Window). For reading on Kindles, Kindle apps, or the Mobipocket readers for various devices, use the MOBI files. For reading on most other ereaders and ereading apps, including Nook, Sony, and iPad, as well as on PCs, use the EPUB files.
- Programming Windows Phone 7 by Charles Petzold (EPUB, MOBI)
- Moving to Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 by Patrice Pelland, Pascal Paré, and Ken Haines (EPUB, MOBI)
- Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 by Ross Mistry and Stacia Misner (EPUB, MOBI)
- Introducing Windows Server 2008 R2 by Charlie Russel and Craig Zacker with the Windows Server Team at Microsoft (EPUB, MOBI)
- Own Your Future, Update Your Skills with Resources and Career Ideas from Microsoft by Katherine Murray(EPUB, MOBI)