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Welcome to Pete Brown's 10REM.NET (ten rem dot net). Windows Client Developer content (Windows Runtime / WinRT XAML, WPF, C++), Creative music apps (synthesizers, controllers and more) .NET Micro Framework, Netduino, and .NET Gadgeteer, Windows on Devices, IoT, Commodore 64 fun, Desktop Wallpaper, Woodworking, Model Railroading, Western Maryland Railway Information, CNC Machining, Resin Casting, Nature Photography and more.

Pete's focus at Microsoft is on helping developers create great Windows and device applications, especially in the creative music app and IoT spaces. Pete speaks locally in the mid-atlantic US, as well as internationally, and creates content all over the place. Oh, and Pete adores his C64. :)

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  • Interfacing the Novation Launchpad S with a Windows Store app

    In this post, I use the NuGet MIDI Preview package to show in Windows 8.1 an early look of what we're doing in Windows 10 for MIDI. I also create an early version of a Launchpad wrapper class to make it easy to use the Launchpad from your own apps. Following on from my earlier post on MIDI device enumeration (and add/remove detection) I've started building the code to interface with the Novat...

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