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Posted on 2009-05-07
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Hey Everyone,

Has anyone worked on programming a Microsoft Surface device?  We just got one in our lab and we want to start playing with it a little and I'm having trouble finding some links/books/examples on the web on how to start writing some application.  I understand that you have to create a WPF application in XAML and I've made a simple "font" program, but how do I actualy start creating boxes that can be expanded, shrunk, etc?
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Never programmed one, but are you guys hiring ;)

j/k...  Have a blast and I hope you find the information you seek!
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LOL...Thanks....We've been having some fun with it since we got it on Tuesday.....
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