Author Archives: John Bruin

My 2010 gadget top 5

This is my personal gadget top 5 for 2010! On my wish list for 2011 are: a Windows Phone 7,  the iPad 2, a new TV with 3D [..]

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Playing with my new iPad

This post was written on my new iPad with the WordPress app. I am the very happy owner of a 16GB iPad since last week and I like [..]

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Silverlight Wordle updated

I have update my Silverlight Wordle post and added the source code. Enjoy!

.net, Silverlight

iPhone Game Development in Windows

Yes it is true! With the new DragonFireSDK you can develop iPhone games in Visual Studio with C++. The SDK is very simple and easy to learn and [..]

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My entry for the SilverlightShow EcoContest

“We invite you to use your Silverlight skills and imagination to design attractive, educative and informative Silverlight-based applications that help support and promote any kind of environment-friendly activities…” [..]

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Silverlight Circle Twist

Silverlight Circle Twist was inspired by the cool game AlphaBetiC on my iPod Touch and the old Bros demos Circle Twist I and Circle Twist II on the [..]

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Silverlight Deeper Zoom a 10K animation demo

Today I have submitted my entry for the MIX 10K Smart Coding Challenge. I think this competition is so cool and it is very challenging to build something [..]

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Silverlight Star Wars Scroller

Inspired by Jim Wightman and with a jumpstart by the Star Wars Scroller of the Dotneteers, I have created my own Star Wars Scroller. As a bonus my [..]

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Silverlight Snow Storm – Merry X-mas & Happy New Year

Here is a small demo with source code of a Silverlight Snow Storm with sticky snow. The application displays a maximum of 1500 snow flake controls. When the [..]

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TouchTyper my entry for the Windows DEV7 Contest

This is my entry for the dutch Windows DEV7 Contest. TouchTyper is a touch-enabled WPF remake of my entry for the MIX 10K Smart Coding Challenge called Silvertyper. [..]

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