DotNetToscana – RSS Feed

It is a pleasure to announce that the DotNetToscana RSS Feed is now online!If you want to know the latest news, upcoming events and the activities from the official Microsoft .Net community in Tuscany, don’t wait and subscribe to it.This is the direct link for subscription:http://feeds.feedburner.com/dotnettoscana 

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DotNetToscana – WP7 3D Lab

Hello, Last week in Pisa there has been the Windows Phone 7 3D Lab organized by DotNetToscana and leaded by Nicola Baldi. Unfortunately I couldn’t participate to the event but it seems that people really enjoyed playing with the hard concepts behind the 3D rendering. Here few pictures from the event: More pictures are available […]

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DotNetToscana 2012 Spring Events

In this post, I would like to announce the next events organised by my .NET community in Italy called DotNetToscana.The next 17th March 2012 there will be the “Windows Phone 7 3D Lab”. In this lab, Nicola Baldi is introducing how to develop a 3D game in XNA using the Windows Phone platform. During the lab, a […]

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Comparing two MSI Files using SuperOrca

ZUGJ5HE9MTMX SuperOrca (from “Pantaray Research Ltd.”) is a free tool that can be use to explore and manipulate MSI files. The two features that I like the most are the following: Not lock the MSI file you are working on, so you can test it with other tools or even install it while the file is […]

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Exploring the Windows Installer

Windows Installer is a piece of technology that we all are aware of but that few of us really know well. If you work in a small company or as a freelance developer you probably don’t need to learn the complexity of Microsoft Installer and you can simply do XCopy deployments to your customers. If […]

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Democratizing Higher Education

Last year, I have been part of the first step in the upcoming revolution of education. I took an online class on “Introduction to Artificial Intelligence” and the experience has been great. I love learning and I truly believe in the importance of higher quality education at lower cost delivered through Internet everywhere at anytime. There […]

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2 Waterloo Game Analysis

Microsoft created the Facebook Game Waterloo in order to do some research on game theories. Tonight, just for fun, I wanted to create a piece of software that enumerate all the possible combinations and find the move with the highest probability of win (one Nash Equilibrium). I created it using a simple C# console application. First […]

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Unlimited Internet and my new Android device

Yesterday, I finally solved an important problem. As many of you know, I am living in UK while my girlfriend live partially here and partially in Italy. We tend to stay quite in touch with each other but this costs me a lot of money. Unfortunately there are no telephone companies with offers on text between countries. The […]

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