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Announcing the Microsoft Surface 2.0 SDK Release

Pete Brown - 12 July 2011

Today, we released the Microsoft Surface 2.0 SDK!

The Microsoft® Surface® 2.0 SDK is a set of controls, APIs, templates, tools, sample applications, and documentation for application developers.  Using the familiar .NET Framework 4, WPF 4 or XNA 4, and the Surface 2.0 SDK, developers can create applications that take advantage of the new PixelSense technology delivered in the Surface 2.0 platform. The Surface 2.0 SDK also replaces the Surface Toolkit for Windows Touch beta that was released in 2010.

Thanks to Luis Cabrera for curating that great list of resources. Also be sure to check out the Microsoft Surface Developer Center. Congratulations to the Surface team on another great release. I can't wait to see Surface 2 apps out in the wild.

Now, if I could just get the Surface team to mail me a Surface 2, I'd be totally content :)

posted by Pete Brown on Tuesday, July 12, 2011
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