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Build specifics: New connectivity APIs for Windows 8 Apps

(For cat-free kitchen benches) It was recently my privilege to go to Microsoft’s Build conference , held in San Francisco. This event serves as Microsoft’s platform for announcing upcoming releases and updates of Microsoft’s Windows, Phone and Xbox ecosystems. The headline act was the upcoming Windows 8.1 update. One of the most exciting announcements regarding this, for me, is the new connectivity APIs ... read full post

Posted by:  Hannes Nel , Developer, Enterprise Applications |  01 August 2013

Windows, Windows 8, Windows 8.1

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Helping build the future of retail: Intergen at the NRF Annual Retail Show and Expo

Intergen recently worked with Microsoft and The Home Depot to offer a glimpse of the future of retail at the USA’s National Retail Federation’s 102nd Annual Retail Show and Expo, in New York. This show is the biggest retail show in the world, with all the big names in the retail industry showing their visions of the future. It is well attended by a global audience, including representatives from New Zealand’s own The Warehouse. ... read full post

Posted by:  Hannes Nel , Developer, Enterprise Applications |  15 February 2013

Microsoft, Intergen, Excel PowerPivot, Windows 8, Retail, Apps, Motorola enterprise handheld devices, NRF Annual Retail Show and Expo, The Home Depot, The Warehouse, Windows Embedded 8 Industry

(4340 votes)



Where do Windows 8 Metro apps fit in your business?

I’ve been working with Windows 8 Metro apps for a while now, like many in our industry. I’ve also spent quite a bit of time talking about it with people from many different walks of life. I’ve helped build some line-of-business apps, and demos given at keynotes to demonstrate various new features and metaphors now available in the Microsoft stack. Through all of this, the main theme of inquiry continues to be: “Where do Metro apps fit in our business?” ... read full post

Posted by:  Hannes Nel , Developer, Enterprise Applications |  30 July 2012

Microsoft, Metro, Windows 8

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