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So as many of you know that Microsoft just announced the Surface, pretty cool looking device. That also means its going to need apps and software to run on it. So get programming! Whats that you say, you want tools? Well OK!

I've got a bunch of tools for you to try out, and if the excitement of programming isn't enough, I've got something for you to sweeten the deal. I've got a Xbox Kinect game to give away! Also if I get a lot of positive feed back from this, I maybe able to do bigger and better competitions.

Rules: Each tool downloaded (not just clicked on) will be entry into the give away. In order to submit what you downloaded, reply to this blog post. You can earn 1 bonus entry by linking this blog post or one of the links below to a popular social media outlet (i.e. facebook or twitter), and posting a link to your post in your reply. Please make your replies easy to read and your link easy to follow.

Sample Reply:
I downloaded: Visual Studio, Windows 8, Webmatrix
I posted on facebook here: <link>


How do I know I won?: After the competition ends I will compile the entries and randomly choose a winner, I will PM you through this site. If you don't check your PM's you are free to leave your email in your reply.

Deadline: Your downloads and reply must be done by 6/30/12 11:59pm PST

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(Here are the links if you don't want to fish them out from the images)


Last but not least, have fun with the tools, try something new and make some cool programs!

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Sergio Tapia Icon

20 June 2012 - 08:27 AM
I wish I could try Azure, but you need a valid credit license to even developer a test application on it. It's a catch 22.
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SwiftStriker00 Icon

21 June 2012 - 08:50 AM
Just as a correction, the image says "Consumer Preview" for Windows 8, but the link does take you to the "release preview"
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fromTheSprawl Icon

21 June 2012 - 11:27 PM

Sergio Tapia, on 20 June 2012 - 03:27 PM, said:

I wish I could try Azure, but you need a valid credit license to even developer a test application on it. It's a catch 22.


I wanted to develop using their mobile SDK too, but I read the agreement and it says only 30 days trial. How much for a license?
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SwiftStriker00 Icon

22 June 2012 - 06:53 AM
The mobile SDK is free to use. What you are thinking of is becoming is an AppHub member, this gives you publishing rights to the app hub, and other resources to integrate advertising solutions into your app. Stuff like that.

If thats what you are looking for, its $99/year, unless your a dreamspark student, then its $0. If you don't know what dreamspark is, you can go herefor more info.
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dartoscoder Icon

10 July 2012 - 09:19 PM
aww... I just looked up the surface and thought it was the coffe table computer finally hitting the public eye. oh well I will still have to wait
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