Category: English Post

#Podcast – Creating #MicrosoftBand apps (Spanish)

#Podcast – Creating #MicrosoftBand apps (Spanish)

Hello! In this episode we speak with Jose Saturnino Pimentel (@SaturPimentel) about the Microsoft Band. We will review the device and take a nice look at the device capabilities, the device evolution to version 2 and we will also talk a little about how is the development process to create applications for the Microsoft Band. On the road play […]

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#Humor – Maybe you don´t get the idea behind #containers and #microservices

#Humor – Maybe you don´t get the idea behind #containers and #microservices

Hi ! If your final implementation of microservices is something like this, I need to suggest you to listen carefully on the podcasts on Microservices and Containers. Greetings @ Toronto El Bruno Source: http://www.darkroastedblend.com/2006/12/biggest-ships-in-world-part-3.htmlFiled under: Architecture, EnglishPost, Humor Tagged: Architecture, English Post, Humor

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#Myo – Working with the #Emg data in C# (electromyography sensors)

#Myo – Working with the #Emg data in C# (electromyography sensors)

Hi ! Myo posts so far Getting started, #Windows10 configuration Starting as a developer with some C++ basic code MyoSharp a C# SDK implementation for the Myo armband Working with the Orientation and Gyroscope in C# and a 3D Cube I’m going to write a small sample on the EMG information we can get of […]

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#Myo – Working with the Orientation and Gyroscope in c#

#Myo – Working with the Orientation and Gyroscope in c#

Hi ! I’m moving on the series of Myo posts Getting started, #Windows10 configuration Starting as a developer with some C++ basic code MyoSharp a C# SDK implementation for the Myo armband Today I’m going to talk about one of the coolest features in the armband: the gyroscope sensor. Maybe the best way to do […]

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#Office – Open #Outlook in safe mode

#Office – Open #Outlook in safe mode

Hi ! Ok, I’ll write this down because I need this every 2 months. Why? Because every time I change my password in my corporate account, my Outlook app gets crazy and never pass the splash screen. So, the quick and dirty solution is to open only one time, Outlook in safe mode. And, I […]

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#TFS – RIP Branching Guidance for Team Foundation Server and Visual Studio Team Services

#TFS – RIP Branching Guidance for Team Foundation Server and Visual Studio Team Services

Hi ! I’ve been writing and talking about branches and branching strategies for a long time. I remember that I usually start or end my presentations with The worst branching strategy is not to have a branching strategy at all After some time, I get to a point where I realize that people are “over […]

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#TeamServices – Try paid extensions for 30 days for Free !

#TeamServices – Try paid extensions for 30 days for Free !

Hi ! Some good news for the Visual Studio Team Services and Team Foundation Server users. Now we can browse and test the paid extensions in the Marketplace for a 30 days trial period. This is very cool, as in a team testing mode, 1 month is a good enough piece of time to try […]

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#Humor – About events, #MVPs, inner circle, new speakers and my POV

#Humor – About events, #MVPs, inner circle, new speakers and my POV

Hi ! So, there was a nice conversation in the Microsoft Communities in Spain in the past few days, and this is my Point Of View😀 Greetings @ Toronto El Bruno Source: Some Twitter entries (is a funny conversation at all) @J0rgeSerran0 @JosueYeray C4P? Si es como la dotnet conference no será necesario, con ver […]

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#Myo – #MyoSharp a C# SDK implementation for the Myo armband

#Myo – #MyoSharp a C# SDK implementation for the Myo armband

Hi ! It’s C# time! Myo SDK is good one, but let’s be honest C++ is kind of complicated for quick starts; and C# is a much easiest way to do this. After a quick search I’ve found a couple of .Net SDK implementation and MyoSharp deserves a review. Note: Myo also support a simple […]

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#Fusion4D – Here is why motion capture must get a Wooow !!! (BTW: #Hololens says thanks!)

#Fusion4D – Here is why motion capture must get a Wooow !!! (BTW: #Hololens says thanks!)

Hi ! So, today was initially the day to continue with my series of Myo posts, but Fusion4D deserves a quick entry. Microsoft Research’s team have created and shared a new learning-based technique to analyze movement across the RGBD frames. Fusion 4D combines volumetric fusion with estimation of a smooth deformation field across RGBD views […]

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