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    In a nondescript warehouse in the middle of a Bristol trading estate, a team is working on a project that could revolutionise the world of British engineering; A rocket car that will smash the land speed record at 1000mph.

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Bloodhound

In a nondescript warehouse in the middle of a Bristol trading estate, a team is working on a project that could revolutionise the world of British engineering; A rocket car that will smash the land speed record at 1000mph.

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Funding and Opportunities for Game Developers
Funding and Opportunities for Game Developers
Funding and Opportunities for Game Developers

By Chris Walden, Microsoft UK

Many developers don’t know where to start when it comes to acquiring money for game development. However, there’s help at hand if you’re in desperate need of funds to make the next best thing.

Many developers don’t know where to start when it comes to acquiring money for game development. However, there’s help at hand if you’re in desperate need of funds to make the next best thing.

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Bloodhound: Humans and AI create the world’s fastest car
Bloodhound: Humans and AI create the world’s fastest car
Bloodhound: Humans and AI create the world’s fastest car

By Dan Oliver, Editor-in-chief at Creative Bloq

We speak to the team behind the UK's bid to smash through the land speed record at 1000mph. Discover how a British engineering project could revolutionise STEM education in the UK.

We speak to the team behind the UK's bid to smash through the land speed record at 1000mph. Discover how a British engineering project could revolutionise STEM education in the UK.

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Could a digital UI age over time? Digital Patina Part 2
Could a digital UI age over time? Digital Patina Part 2
Could a digital UI age over time? Digital Patina Part 2

By Andrew Spooner, Evangelism Lead at Microsoft UK

Technical Evangelist Andrew Spooner explores in more detail the idea of digital wear and tear and how developers could provide users with valuable information on what they use and what features they’re missing out on.

Technical Evangelist Andrew Spooner explores in more detail the idea of digital wear and tear and how developers could provide users with valuable information on what they use and what features they’re missing out on.

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Extend your apps and services with Windows 10
Extend your apps and services with Windows 10
Extend your apps and services with Windows 10

By Sara Allison, Technical Editor in Chief, Microsoft UK

Find out about the new Windows 10 experiences and opportunities that are being created for developers with Windows, Office 365 and Microsoft Azure.

Find out about the new Windows 10 experiences and opportunities that are being created for developers with Windows, Office 365 and Microsoft Azure.

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How Microsoft is integrating with OS tech like Java, Linux, Bash and more
How Microsoft is integrating with OS tech like Java,...
How Microsoft is integrating with OS tech like Java, Linux, Bash and more

By Giles Davies, Visual Studio Technical Specialist, Microsoft UK

Microsoft has changed - significantly. In the past we built for Windows and .NET devs only, but now we’ve opened up our tech and are ensuring strong integration with any language, framework or tool.

Microsoft has changed - significantly. In the past we built for Windows and .NET devs only, but now we’ve opened up our tech and are ensuring strong integration with any language, framework or tool.

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Microsoft Developer Monthly News Roundup – May 2016
Microsoft Developer Monthly News Roundup – May 2016
Microsoft Developer Monthly News Roundup – May 2016

By Dan Oliver, Editor-in-chief at Creative Bloq

From rocket cars to Minecraft AI, we've got an eclectic helping of news on offer this month, so sit back and relax as we take you on a supersonic tour of Microsoft's May news.

From rocket cars to Minecraft AI, we've got an eclectic helping of news on offer this month, so sit back and relax as we take you on a supersonic tour of Microsoft's May news.

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Migrating a TFS TFVC team project to a Git team project
Migrating a TFS TFVC team project to a Git team project
Migrating a TFS TFVC team project to a Git team project

By Richard Fennell, Black Marble Ltd

In the past I've written on the theory behind migrating TFVC to Git with history. I’ve since used this process for real, as opposed to as a proof of concept, and this post documents my experiences.

In the past I've written on the theory behind migrating TFVC to Git with history. I’ve since used this process for real, as opposed to as a proof of concept, and this post documents my experiences.

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Commission a logo before building an app
Commission a logo before building an app
Commission a logo before building an app

By Matt Lacey, Author of Intuitive UX

To build and promote an app before worrying about how it looks is a traditionally developer centric approach. As the title of this post suggests, I want to share with you why being in such a situation is a problem.

To build and promote an app before worrying about how it looks is a traditionally developer centric approach. As the title of this post suggests, I want to share with you why being in such a situation is a problem.

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Upcoming events
Upcoming events
Upcoming events

By Chris Walden, Microsoft UK

Another month, another extensive list of events you could be going to! Be sure to give the list the once over, and bookmark this page as it’ll be updated near the beginning of every month!

Another month, another extensive list of events you could be going to! Be sure to give the list the once over, and bookmark this page as it’ll be updated near the beginning of every month!

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Creating a new Rembrandt with big data
Creating a new Rembrandt with big data
Creating a new Rembrandt with big data

By Dan Oliver, Editor-in-chief at Creative Bloq

We speak to the man behind one of cognitive computing's most innovative projects to date. Discover how a new art project has blurred the lines between human and artificial creativity.

We speak to the man behind one of cognitive computing's most innovative projects to date. Discover how a new art project has blurred the lines between human and artificial creativity.

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Agile Game Development: Thoughts and Opinions
Agile Game Development: Thoughts and Opinions
Agile Game Development: Thoughts and Opinions

By Rachel Cabot, Computer Science Student at University of Bath

Since the agile manifesto was proposed in 2001, software companies have been embracing agile methodology and ideology. Why is game development playing catch-up?

Since the agile manifesto was proposed in 2001, software companies have been embracing agile methodology and ideology. Why is game development playing catch-up?

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How to design effective dashboards
How to design effective dashboards
How to design effective dashboards

By Sergejs Cuhrajs, Microsoft UK Community Manager

In the last few years, dashboards have become more and more prominent for presenting data. We take a look at what makes an effective dashboard.

In the last few years, dashboards have become more and more prominent for presenting data. We take a look at what makes an effective dashboard.

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Learnings from Team Rubicon’s ‘Hack for Good’
Learnings from Team Rubicon’s ‘Hack for Good’
Learnings from Team Rubicon’s ‘Hack for Good’

By Malek Ascha, Team Gilsons

Find out first hand what a developer learned creating tools for Team Rubicon UK, an organisation that literally saves lives whenever disaster strikes.

Find out first hand what a developer learned creating tools for Team Rubicon UK, an organisation that literally saves lives whenever disaster strikes.

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10 top developer portfolios
10 top developer portfolios
10 top developer portfolios

By Dan Oliver, Editor-in-chief at Creative Bloq

We reveal 10 of the best online portfolios from developers, and what you can learn from them.

We reveal 10 of the best online portfolios from developers, and what you can learn from them.

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How to get started with Cortana Intelligence Suite
How to get started with Cortana Intelligence Suite
How to get started with Cortana Intelligence Suite

By Jen Stirrup, Microsoft Most Valuable Professional

Microsoft UK MVP Jen Stirrup gives a rousing call to arms asking all developers to make a real difference to their organisation with data.

Microsoft UK MVP Jen Stirrup gives a rousing call to arms asking all developers to make a real difference to their organisation with data.

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Building an app for Surface Hub
Building an app for Surface Hub
Building an app for Surface Hub

By Sara Allison, Technical Editor in Chief, Microsoft UK

With the launch of Universal Windows apps and then Surface Hub, SharpCloud realised there was a huge opportunity to develop and enhance the multi touch enabled features of their app. Here’s how they did it.

With the launch of Universal Windows apps and then Surface Hub, SharpCloud realised there was a huge opportunity to develop and enhance the multi touch enabled features of their app. Here’s how they did it.

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Ensuring security in an increasingly complex world
Ensuring security in an increasingly complex world
Ensuring security in an increasingly complex world

By Ed Jones, Firebrand Training

The world of cyber security is becoming increasingly more difficult for businesses looking to protect their assets. Attacks are becoming more sophisticated, with cyber criminals making use of ever advancing technologies.

The world of cyber security is becoming increasingly more difficult for businesses looking to protect their assets. Attacks are becoming more sophisticated, with cyber criminals making use of ever advancing technologies.

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Machines plus humans – a collaboration, not a contest
Machines plus humans – a collaboration, not a contest
Machines plus humans – a collaboration, not a contest

By Sara Allison, Technical Editor in Chief, Microsoft UK

AI is everywhere, from movies and media coverage through to fashion. We’re being told AI presents a future where robots and machines take over the world – but does the advent of AI really spell the end of humanity?

AI is everywhere, from movies and media coverage through to fashion. We’re being told AI presents a future where robots and machines take over the world – but does the advent of AI really spell the end of humanity?

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Humans + Machines = Ultimate Intelligence
Humans + Machines = Ultimate Intelligence
Humans + Machines = Ultimate Intelligence

By Andrew Fryer, Microsoft UK Technical Evangelist

The amount of column inches devoted to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and any kind of Machine Learning (ML) has increased exponentially over the last couple of years. Why all the fuss?

The amount of column inches devoted to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and any kind of Machine Learning (ML) has increased exponentially over the last couple of years. Why all the fuss?

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 Microsoft Developer Monthly News Roundup – April 2016
Microsoft Developer Monthly News Roundup – April 2016
Microsoft Developer Monthly News Roundup – April 2016

By Dan Oliver, Editor-in-chief at Creative Bloq

Following on from this year’s Build Conference, the themes of accessibility, machine learning and open source take centre stage in our April news roundup.

Following on from this year’s Build Conference, the themes of accessibility, machine learning and open source take centre stage in our April news roundup.

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How to write code once that runs everywhere
How to write code once that runs everywhere
How to write code once that runs everywhere

By Christos Matskas, Premier Azure Dev PFE, Microsoft

Xamarin Evolve 2016 kicked off this week, and when I thought that there wouldn't be much to announce after //Build 2016 only a few weeks ago, I was proven wrong - to my delight.

Xamarin Evolve 2016 kicked off this week, and when I thought that there wouldn't be much to announce after //Build 2016 only a few weeks ago, I was proven wrong - to my delight.

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