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Why Apple should release an iWatch

Tuesday 9 September 2014, a few hours before the kick-off of the iPhone 6 release. There are rumors that Apple will release two versions of the iPhone today as well as a smartwatch, probably called ‘iWatch’. There are a few… Continue Reading →

Tips for a faster keyboard typing

A lot of people loves to type faster on keyboard but they still can’t find out the secret behind the high typing speed. To start it off, my average writing speedĀ  is 99 words per minute, here is the keyboard… Continue Reading →

Meet DYNCRYPT by Loovus, a new strong crypting like never before

Few days ago, Loovus (The founder of TheDeveloperSource) announced it’s new project DYNCRYPT which is a new crypting algorithms that we believe that it’s really not easy to break, we provided also a JavaScript API for developers interesting to test… Continue Reading →

Why Microsoft should open up the XBox One for developers

I’m thinking about this subject for a while now, and since the launch of the Xbox One everyone was pretty sure that Microsoft would open up the Xbox One for every developer, just like on Windows and on Windows phone,… Continue Reading →

Review – BookLibrary – Free French books for everyone

Do you like reading, especially French books? We have a quick tip for you. Download BookLibrary on your Windows Phone device and you’ll be able to download a lot of well-known and lesser known books for free. BookLibrary doesn’t only… Continue Reading →

Quick Tip: Bing developer assistant for Visual Studio

Here's another quick tip for developers. If you're using Visual Studio, and there's a big chance that you are using Visual Studio, Microsoft recently released a new tool that will interest you. Microsoft released a developer assistant for Visual Studio. Thanks to the Bing search algorithms and Microsoft large developer community platform MSDN it is possible to get sample projects or code snippets right away without having to leave Visual Studio. The developer assistant nicely integrates with Visual Studio IntelliSense, it can show you relevant information about the features that you're implementing and the API's that you're using at the moment. You can just copy and paste the code to insert it into your code. The plugin also provides a sort of sample and code browser where you can find a lot of helpful source code and even complete Visual Studio samples. You can download the Bing Developer Assistant for Visual Studio 2012 and 2013. Click here to get more information about this tool.

Here’s another quick tip for developers. If you’re using Visual Studio, and there’s a big chance that you are using Visual Studio, Microsoft recently released a new tool that will interest you. Microsoft released a developer assistant for Visual Studio…. Continue Reading →

The computer programmer song!

This is a song I really had to share, needless to say more!    

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