Resources from #MSCampfire and Highlights by Joyce Huang

#MSCampfire was an amazing opportunity for us to gather developers, IT professionals, students and start-ups together.

Over the course of 3 days we saw 600 attendees come together to discuss and share about the latest in web and mobile technology, had the brightest student minds pit their heads together in the Semis and Final of Imagine Cup SG to tackle some of the toughest real-world problems and saw the grit and passion from start-ups in Singapore from the Singapore Satellite of Echelon by our partner E27.

All these wouldn’t have been possible without your support. Thank you so much for attending #MSCampfire and we hope to continually see you for the rest of our events.

For those of you who missed #MSCampfire, fret not! Our next event happening on 10 May is HTML 5 on Metro. During this session, we’ll speak specifically about how HTML5 is changing the way applications are designed and how best to use it to create Metro-styled apps! Register now at bit.ly/html5onmetro

 

Here are the slides from each session and the coverage on it.

10:30 – 11:30 Keynote – Rob Miles (Coverage by E27)

16:30-17:30 The Kinect Effect: Infinite Possibilities – Rob Miles

Slides and (mostly working) code from the presentations – here
C# Yellow Book, Windows Phone Blue book and other free stuff – here
.NET Micro Framework embedded development – here
Gadgeteer embedded development -  here
Three Thing Game student madness – here
Windows Phone development – here
Dreamspark, free software for students – here
Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio – here
Kinect For Windows SDK – here

 

11:30 – 12:30 Prototype, Prototype, Prototype – Shane Morris (Coverage by E27)

13:30-14:30 10 Key HTML 5 Features you must know – Juha Paananen

14:30-15:30 Windows 8 Development – Hammad Rajjoub and Bruce Wang

15:30-16:30 The Metro Design Language; what it means to you – Shane Morris

Day Two

10:00-11:00 Gamification – Natalie from Hummingbird Interactive


11:00-12:00 Mobile Web Design - Sanjay from Replaid talking about good mobile design practices

(Slides will be up by next week)

Look out for our videos coming up next week!

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