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Raspberry pi / Arduino like Intel based Board from Microsoft Windows [message #43349] Mon, 07 July 2014 08:19
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Microsoft is giving out Raspberry pi / Arduino like Intel based Board Galileo which can run Microsoft Windows to hobbies and professional developer for free (for now). it would be interesting to see, if we can get a upp ide going on this. not sure if it runs win PE, RT or regular 8. but if it has any gui at all, it would be fantastic to write a upp program on a portable board running windows based os!

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navi




https://www.windowsondevices.com/

What Microsoft says on their web:
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We're bringing Windows to a whole new class of small devices. Build a smart coffee mug, build a talking bear, build a robot, or build something else entirely. All this using a platform and tools you already know and love.

What will you create?

Development hardware like the Intel Galileo board allows you to read temperature sensors, power robot servos, check for intruders, blink a bunch of LED lights, or even make a little music. Whether you are an experienced Windows developer looking to jump into the Internet of Things or you are new to Windows development and want to build the next big thing--we're excited to see what you can do.


Early and often
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Our first SDK release in the spring of 2014 will give you a chance to look at our new software, including an incomplete prerelease of our software and API surface. We'll provide samples and documentation and we'll show you how to create your own fun projects such as the life-size piano we demonstrated at Build 2014. And we'll continue to release software updates throughout 2014 including a more complete API surface and integrated cloud services.

Connections are everything
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Your Windows device can connect to the cloud to enable interesting new scenarios. Use Azure data services, build a new mashup, analyze your data, connect your devices together, or update your devices remotely. Once your device is in the cloud, the sky's the limit.

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