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KloutSharp the open source Klout API in C# on GitHub

Like it or hate it, there’s not a lot of tools to measure your impact on social networks. Klout is one of those, not perfect but you should check it. The Klout APIs are pretty simple but a ready to use C# implementation will ease your work. I created a portable library so it should be usable for .NET 4.5, Windows, Windows Phone, iOS and Android. It’s available right now as open source software on GitHub.

How to use it?

First, you have to get a Klout API key.
Then, add a reference to the NuGet package or add […]

February 2nd, 2015|Categories: KloutSharp|0 Comments

Microsoft TechDays 2015, sur le chemin de l’Internet des Objets, l’Internet of Things

Cette année encore, les passionnés de technologies, Microsoft ou autres, se donneront rendez-vous du 10 au 12 Février 2015 au Palais des Congrès de la Porte Maillot, à Paris. Pour rappel, il s’agit d’une des conférences informatique les plus importante d’Europe avec 18.000 visiteurs (sic!) sur 3 jours. Il réunit cette année les développeurs, professionnels de l’IT et décideurs pour échanger sur le thème de “l’ambient intelligence“, tout un programme 🙂 Plus de 300 sessions techniques ou business, accessibles ou stratosphériques, y seront délivrées par des Microsofties et de nombreux partenaires, il y en aura pour tous les goûts. Bien plus que les […]

January 30th, 2015|Categories: IoT|0 Comments

Watch Xamarin Evolve 2014 (or any channel) YouTube videos offline

You’re a mobile developer living in a mobile first cloud first world and would like to take some benefit from the awesome content coming from Xamarin Evolve 2014 ? All the 55 videos are published on YouTube (Except the keynote) on the XamarinHQ channel and that’s a great thing. If you’re often on the go, you will appreciate to have all those videos always with you, usable offline at any time, living a typical mobile scenario, smartly using the time you spend every days in taxis, trains or planes. Here is a little tutorial on how I deal […]

October 27th, 2014|Categories: Xamarin|4 Comments

Microsoft Apple & Google on the same stage with Xamarin

Let’s get it started !

It took me a very long time to create a personal blog. I tried numerous times, setup several different services (Blogger, DotNetNuke, CommunityServer, BlogEngine, WordPress.com) but once I had to face the empty page, my good intention just disappeared. What should I say? Who will read it? Will I have time? What if I make mistakes?

Then, in 2007, Twitter came into my life. The empty page was still there but 140 caracters were less impressive. I embrassed Twitter. More than 6000 tweets later, I decided to fight against the level 2 final boss, the blog.

I wanted this very first post to be […]

April 29th, 2014|Categories: Xamarin|4 Comments

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