Specifically the Ajax.net toolkit. It would seem that one can’t retrofit an existing site, though who knows why.
Category Archives: Microsoft
Quick Wednsday rapid fire
- Free Fusion Razors
- Folk Alley seems cool
- Photoshop Tutorials
- Microsoft launches an html editor called Expressions. I’m quite curious.
- Republican uses animals, mariachi band to critique border security
- Google goes solar
- Crunching the Numbers on Hydrogen
Microsoft Unveils Robotics Studio
The early release targets academic, hobbyist and commercial developers with a toolset for building applications that can run on a variety of robotics computing platforms.
Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday launched a technology preview of Robotics Studio, a Windows-based development environment for creating robotic applications.
The early release targets academic, hobbyist and commercial developers with a toolset for building applications that can run on a variety of robotics computing platforms, the company said. Early partners include the LEGO Group.
“We’ve reached out to a broad range of leading robotics companies and academics early on in the development process and are thrilled with the positive response from the community,” Tandy Trower, general manager of the Microsoft Robotics Group, said in a statement.
The Microsoft site is located here.
On the other hand, some people are concerned with Robot Sex.
Now this is interesting
I will laugh and laugh and laugh if true.
I’m working my first 100 hour plus week in quite some time.
On the other hand Amazon is set to ship Visual Studio before the end of the year (tomorrow actually) which is a pleasant surprise.
Visual Studio 2005. Full scouting report in around 3 weeks or so.
Quick thoughts on Google
While having dinner with Pastras tongiht, I remarked that Google was brilliant because they never did anything hard. That is not to say that the creation of that company did not involve anything difficult, but rather that they use technology in a proper way and never in a way that just barely works.
What is the word for that?
A new word I just learned from the surprisingly difficult to use Volokh site is “Parade of Horribles” which I’ve never heard before.