This is awful news for Microsoft. They will have a lot of explaining to do at Build. The Modern api is crippled, a rather small subset of Win32, with multiple languages that are interchangeably...
WinRT is Replacing Win32Commented on: 2 years ago
(September 15, 2011)
It is a radical turn. But it is not just WinRT. There was a conference on the entity framework, MS object relational data layer, that made it explicit that to use the entity framework to talk to...
Android: Heading For a Fall?Commented on: 2 years ago
(August 13, 2011)
Disagree with your Android Analysis.
1) Best in IT does not necessarily equates to win (see OS/2)
2) Free is a potent marketing advantage.
3) Variety, sometimes confused with balkanization, is an...
Lots of changes since July, including the return of my desktop PC tower, a new keyboard and mouse set, many new tablets, new phones, Windows 8.1, new noise- cancelling headphones, the Xbox One and much more....More
Every so often, I publish an updated version of my “What I Use” document, which details the technology products and services I actually use day-to-day. Since I’m currently on my third business trip in five weeks, this is perhaps an ideal time to discuss the technology products I rely on when I travel and a few related points....More