I would like to say I will have a demo project posted soon, but I have been busy with other things lately. Combine that with the fact that I will be visiting family/friends in the near future, and you get more delays. My goal right now is to have something put together and posted up by June 11th. As always, if anyone has any specific questions/feedback/suggestions about the library, drop me a line.
Well I shall have to put together a survival guide, similar to my Otakon one, detailing all the things to keep in mind. However, since the con is looming in the near future, I'll touch on the important points. First of all you should always reserve a hotel room through the con housing as soon as housing goes live. If you don't already have a room you will be driving into downtown each day (keep it in mind for future years). Next if you have particular games in mind you want to play, you need to plan them from the convention catalog (this year's should be up soon on the gencon website) and be ready to register them the moment registration for events goes live. The event registration process is a zoo and you should be prepared to miss out on a lot of your chosen events (unless you are very lucky), so make sure to have lots of backups. Don't forget to leave time to decompress and eat too. Don't make the mistake of trying to game every waking hour like it is a marathon. Many new attendees are very ambitious in their scheduling, only to find they don't have the energy to carry out their schedule. In short, if you want to go to Gencon, advance planning makes all the difference and you should plan on spending around $800 on a hotel, as well as another $100-300 on food (depending on where you eat).
Otakon 20 is shaping up to be one hell of an experience. Between bringing back T.M.Revolution, getting Home Made Kazoku and what sounds like a really cool look back at past Otakons in the form of some sort of museum, this Otakon is going to be one to remember. I certainly plan to catch the concerts this year, and I will have multiple cameras and batteries. It will be one awesome weekend of photos, anime, music and shopping. Strap in everyone and begin your convention prepping (you already booked your hotel room ... right???).
So it would appear that since the development environment for Dynamics Nav 2013 was barely changed, my integration dll will work for 2013 development as well. The only thing preventing this was the lack of support for Query objects in the NavObjectType enumeration. I have since added support for this new object type to the library so it should work for 2013 now. Sadly, I do not have the ability to test this myself, so I will have to rely on the community to validate this.
I recently rekindled my love of Go. It is a wonderful and ancient board game that is fantastic if you love puzzles. It is quick to learn, but takes a life time to master as they say. I have been watching at least one video every night on a different Joseki in an attempt to learn as much as I can. Sometimes I enjoy simply solving Go problem sets. Well, I'm off to bed to learn a new Joseki and then sleep :). If you are also interested in Go and own an iPad, I recommend the SmartGo Kifu app. I think it is by far the best Go app around.