Microsoft releases Surface Software Development Kit

Microsoft has released its Surface Software Development Kit (SDK) Workstation Edition in a bid to get more developers writing applications for the gizmo. The SDK is being shipped to anyone who wants it for free and is being seen as a sign that Redmond is keen to get as much Surface software out to the market as possible.

As you would expect, there is a slight catch. While the 144.2 MB software is free, developers will still have splash out and buy a Microsoft Surface machine if you want to deploy anything you write, however, the SDK still lets you use a PC to develop, and a PC-based simulator to test, applications.

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D4RkNIKON3250d ago

As interesting as MS surface is in my opinion, it always reminds me of this video and makes me laugh. I wish more places used surface as tables instead of just one in the hotel lobby.

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