Over the past couple of days I have been having more and more issues with Android and I think it is safe to say that me and the little green robot have finally fallen out. Firstly it started with me getting a brand new HTC One M8 for my contract upgrade. I had come from […]~ read more ~
Windows Phone 8 developers migrating to the universal runtime app model may notice some slight differences in the way that things are implemented. One in particular is screen orientation. For the purposes of this tutorial, I will show you how the Silverlight app model implements screen orientation support and then after, how to implement the […]
How to set screen orientation in a Windows Phone 8.1 app was originally posted on James Croft‘s developer blog.~ read more ~
While I was up town yesterday I wandered past Theiving Harry’s, a place I’ve always fancied visiting. Today, with some unseasonably nice weather we headed up town again and had lunch there….~ read more ~
Kinect for Windows V2 is a powerful piece of kit that can allow developers to integrate with both new and existing projects providing a new, natural way of interacting with the software. As hardware gets updated, so does the developer tools that go with it and this means that things often change. One in particular change […]
Enabling custom WPF controls with Kinect for Windows v2 was originally posted on James Croft‘s developer blog.~ read more ~
Please note that this picture was not taken while driving. As if.
This is my first Saturday off for a few weeks, so we drove up town and had lunch at McCoys. New students, i…~ read more ~
One of the many nice things about working at the university is that it is just such a nice place to be. And when we get some autumn sunshine I can nip out of my office and take some pics.
There are lots of really interesting things happening in Hull over the next few weeks. Here’s a selection.
SendGrid move an awful lot of the world’s email for a lots of really big customers. Visit their roads…~ read more ~
Every now and then I take a picture I really like. This is a “Kinect’s Eye view of the audience this afternoon.
We had our second Rather Useful Seminar of the semester…~ read more ~