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CodePlexProject Hosting for Open Source Software NOTE: PTVS 2.1 Beta now available! Please see the Downloads page. PTVS is a free, open source plugin that turns Visual Studio into a Python IDE. PTVS supports CPython, IronPython, editing, browsing, Intellisense, mixed Python/C++ debugging, remote linux/MacOS debugging, profiling, IPython, Django, and cloud computing with client libraries for Windows, Linux and MacOS. Designed, developed, and supported by Microsoft and the community.

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Technologies - Home Single Page Application (SPA) Modernization for an Australian Medical Defense Organization Next Generation Online Banking Solutions for US Credit Unions Highly Secure Cold Storage Vaults for Bitcoins Advanced Streetworks Contracting & Compliance Solutions in the UK Powering African Renaissance Mission of Thabo Mbeki HTML5 Migration of Rich Media e-Learning Content for US K-12 Curriculum Moving toward a circular economy The circular economy aims to eradicate waste—not just from manufacturing processes, as lean management aspires to do, but systematically, throughout the life cycles and uses of products and their components. Indeed, tight component and product cycles of use and reuse, aided by product design, help define the concept of a circular economy and distinguish it from the linear take–make­–dispose economy, which wastes large amounts of embedded materials, energy, and labor. In the first exhibit of this narrated slideshow, McKinsey alumnus Markus Zils explains how a circular economy works. In the second, he uses the example of a market for power drills to detail four scenarios in which circular-economy principles are applied: In the status-quo scenario, 1,000 power drills are made in China and sold in the European Union.

Coding4Fun Getting started with Cinder for Windows Store Apps Rick Barraza will present a high level overview of the state of creative coding on Windows Store apps and then walk through setting up and working with the Cinder library in Visual Studio for creating amazing computational art. MissionControl - A Flexible API for Remote Device Control In a race to optimize everything, developers often go to extremes to build software that performs routine tasks. MissionControl is a system that allows users to program a control center that stores interfaces with attached hardware sensors, allowing the users to control any other devices that can be activated via the underlying protocol. For demo purposes, the MissionControl build at this point is compatible with the Phidgets IR hybrid sensor. Panoramic Camera Head The Pano Head is a rotating platform for a camera that mounts on a tripod and is controlled from your Windows Phone 8 device over Bluetooth. Articles

Download Visual Studio Image Library from Official Microsoft Download Center <a id="b7777d05-f9ee-bedd-c9b9-9572b26f11d1" target="_self" class="mscom-link download-button dl" href="confirmation.aspx?id=35825" bi:track="false"><span class="loc" locid="46b21a80-a483-c4a8-33c6-eb40c48bcd9d" srcid="46b21a80-a483-c4a8-33c6-eb40c48bcd9d">Download</span></a> The Visual Studio Image Library contains application images that appear in Microsoft Visual Studio, Microsoft Windows, the Office system and other Microsoft software. DetailsNote:There are multiple files available for this download.Once you click on the "Download" button, you will be prompted to select the files you need.Visual Studio 2012 Image Library EULA.docxVisual Studio 2013 Image Library EULA.docxVS2012 Image Library.zipVS2013 Image Library.zip35 KB33 KB19.4 MB285.6 MB The Visual Studio Image Library contains application images that appear in Microsoft Visual Studio, Microsoft Windows, the Office system and other Microsoft software.

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Node Garden The graphic rendering of the node garden is a five step process: First the substrate paths are drawn (light grey and curvy). Substrate paths instantiate nodes as they grow, but the rendering of the nodes is postponed until all paths have been drawn. Next the nodes are back painted. Back painting includes a solid black circle for the node itself, plus a bit of dark glow to give the illusion the node is embedded in the surface. This process uses the DARKEST image blending mode of Processing so that the white square of the source image does not overdraw the substrate paths.

17 Free Tools for Visual Studio In-Depth 17 Free Tools for Visual Studio It's our June issue toolapalooza. 7 Free Metro UI template Advertisement Here are 7 free metro UI templates for you to use. These templates provide a convenient way for you to modify and create something without starting from scratch. Round 6 results - TechEmpower Framework Benchmarks In the following tests, we have measured the performance of several web application platforms, full-stack frameworks, and micro-frameworks (collectively, "frameworks"). For more information, read the introduction, motivation, and latest environment details. Round 3 Even more frameworks.