Great tutorial from Paul Winstanley up on TechNet UK Blog.
If you want to kick start some development in the world of Windows 10 IoT it can be a daunting place to start. You’ll need to get yourself up and running with the Windows 10 O/S on your Raspberry Pi 2 and also have Visual Studio 2015 installed on your PC. Microsoft has a great guide on how to do this.
Once you have everything configured then what next?
The following tutorial shows you how to set up a basic Windows 10 LED Dice, a simple application to turn on some lights, learn some C# along the way and to help out anyone starting out with this O/S. The basic idea is that you can click a button to roll the die and the result is displayed on screen. The corresponding number of LED lights will then light up on the breadboard.
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