Dan Fernandez is an Evangelism Manager in the Developer and Platform Evangelism team at Microsoft. Dan has been with Microsoft since July 2001, working in multiple roles including the Lead Product Manager for Visual Studio Express and Popfly, the Visual C# Product Manager, and as a Developer Evangelist in the Mid-Atlantic district. Prior to joining Microsoft, he worked as a developer at several consulting firms including IBM Global Services specializing in web-based and mobile application development. Dan is also the co-creator of Coding4Fun and works on fun open source projects in his spare time. You can read more about Dan on his blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/danielfe/.
Brian Peek is a Senior Developer at ASPSOFT, Inc., and a Microsoft C# MVP who has been actively developing in .NET since its early betas, but has been developing solutions using Microsoft technologies and platforms for even longer. Along with .NET, Brian is particularly skilled in the languages of C, C++ and assembly language for a variety of CPUs. He is also well-versed in a wide variety of technologies including web development, document imaging, GIS, graphics, game development, and hardware interfacing. Brian has a strong background in developing applications for the health-care industry, as well as developing solutions for portable devices, such as tablet PCs and PDAs. Additionally, Brian previously co-authored the book "Debugging ASP.NET" and currently writes for MSDN's Coding4Fun website. You can reach Brian via his blog at http://www.brianpeek.com/ .
In my opinion, there's really something fun for everyone in this book.
If you're more eager to tackle hardware and software projects, the Wee-controller or electronic board based projects should pique your interest.
Mr. Fernandez and Mr. Peek have done a great job in putting togehter these 10 projects.
I Liked a lot the WiiMote configuration for controlling the car. Is very interesting the approach for the other utilities and I think is necessary to learn to implement this type... Read morePublished on July 18, 2009 by Jose Rolando Guay Paz
Coding 4 Fun is one of these strange books that's not really a tutorial on a specific topic like most IT books are but it shows you some of the things you can actually accomplish... Read morePublished on January 15, 2009 by Colin Brown
This book is an excellent compilation of numerous great topics, two of which are my favorites regarding using the Wii controller with the . Read morePublished on January 6, 2009 by John Papa
Love the projects, they are great for learning and impressing everyone around you. I have had a lot of fun implementing them.Published on December 19, 2008 by Jonas Stawski