Programming Windows: Anticip8 (Premium)

On the morning of Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer’s third CES keynote, in January 2011, I received a tip from a source at the software giant: Microsoft was working on a new tile-based user interface for Windows 8 that was codenamed Mosh and might only appear on low-end tablet PCs that could compete with Apples iPad. It would also include a new app model, codenamed Jupiter, and these apps woul...

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