• Kinect for Windows SDK – It’s Here! – Steve Clayton makes the announcement of the availability of the Kinect for Windows SDK from Microsoft Research. This release is a ‘for non-commercial use’ release of what will be a commercial product and allows you access to the key parts of the Kinect system.
    • Kinect SDK Out! – Seth Juarez has spent a day up at Microsoft playing with the Kinect SDK and shares his initial thoughts
    • Connecting to Kinect from Sho – The Sho Team discussing linking the Kinect SDK into Sho, another of the Microsoft Research projects which aims to provide the environment for performing data analysis and scientific computing.
    • Kinect for Windows SDK is here! – Brian Peek discusses the Kinect for Windows SDK release and highlights some great samples available from the Coding4Fun site
    • Kinect SDK – Dawn of a new era – Ujjwal Kumar highlights various samples, interviews and learning resources for anyone interested in getting to work with the Kinect SDK
  • ReSharper 6.0 Beta 2 is Out – The team over at JetBrains announce their second beta release of ReSharper 6.0. This release addresses crashing issues with solution wide analysis, fixes performance in large Razor .cshtml files
  • Introducing System.Web.Providers – ASP.NET Universal Providers for Session, Membership, Roles and User Profile on SQL Compact and SQL Azure – Scott Hanselman highlights the alpha release of the ASP.NET Universal Providers, a library which extends Session, Membership, Roles and Profiles to support Sql Server Compact Edition and SQL Azure. The Alpha release is available over NuGet.