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* [[Music Surface Project]] - Alex1 and Melanie
 
* [[Music Surface Project]] - Alex1 and Melanie
 
* [[Layout Surface Project]] - Simran, Ashley, and Cara
 
* [[Layout Surface Project]] - Simran, Ashley, and Cara
* [[DnD Surface Project]] - Meena
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* [[Strategy RPG Surface Project]] - Meena
 
* [[Sudoku Surface Project]] - Michelle
 
* [[Sudoku Surface Project]] - Michelle
 
* Chris
 
* Chris

Revision as of 03:28, 5 April 2010

This pages lists some local resources at Bryn Mawr College on getting started programming the Microsoft Surface table.

Getting Started with Surface Computing

  1. Download and install Microsoft's Visual Studio Express. You'll want the Visual C# Edition.
  2. Begin Learning C#. There are some books in Park Science 231. Also, some useful links:
    1. http://www.fincher.org/tips/Languages/csharp.shtml
  3. Learn the Surface API
    1. http://channel9.msdn.com/pdc2008/PC17/
  4. Program!
    1. Use one of the 5 SDK installations that came with the Surface
    2. Comes with a Surface simulator --- we should install on development computer in lab

Projects

Resources

  1. http://blogs.msdn.com/surface/