The Tale of the Missing HoloLens Video

I love, love, love this video. No, you have not arrived in Cloud Cuckoo Land (but maybe close). I discovered it randomly and then was unable to find it for the longest time. Turns out I couldn't find it because it's a, ahem, "Windows Holographic" video. Warning! Critical Brand Translation Error! Here is the CLEAN version WITHOUT … Continue reading The Tale of the Missing HoloLens Video

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Some Silos Form Naturally but Require Conscious Investment to Fix

I recently had the opportunity to work with a client who is taking on a massive re-platform of a cyber-physical system. The “cyber” part being a cloud hosted IoT platform built on top of Microsoft Azure (and all of its goodies) and the “physical” part being security and monitoring devices. The team is a global … Continue reading Some Silos Form Naturally but Require Conscious Investment to Fix

HoloLens: Deploying (and remotely debugging) a Blank UWP App Over Wireless

Ok. So this sounds lame but I just want to get the hang of remote debugging on my HoloLens device so I thought I would get things all setup and tell you all about it. Amazingly, after enabled debug mode on my HoloLens it automatically detected it in the remote debugging tool within Visual Studio … Continue reading HoloLens: Deploying (and remotely debugging) a Blank UWP App Over Wireless

Raspberry Pi 2 and Windows IoT Core: Getting Started with Blinky

I finally busted out my Raspberry Pi 2. It’s been sitting on a shelf for far, far too long. I purchased an Azure IoT starter kit many moons ago thinking I would have the time to tinker with it but up until this point, embarrassingly, I haven’t found the time. But today, that all changed. … Continue reading Raspberry Pi 2 and Windows IoT Core: Getting Started with Blinky