Interview Done, but I forgot some things.


Last week I mentioned I was doing an interview on Windows Vista


Well, I spoke to Adam Turner (who also runs the Seeking Nerdvana blog) who is doing a piece for Next, which is the Business tech section of The Age and the SMH.


The interview went well, but I didn’t get a chance to mention some specific things.


I didn’t get to refer him to the Windows Vista Developer Center or the Windows Vista Developer FAQ.


I didn’t tell him about the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 community site (aka NetFx3), with sections about Windows Communication Foundation, Windows Presentation Foundation, Windows Workflow Foundation and Windows Cardspace.


I didn’t get to tell him that Paul Stovell will be doing a session on Windows Presentation Foundation for Application Developers at SDNUG on Thursday 5th October


I didn’t tell him about Deepak Kapoor’s blog or the Learn WPF community site.


I neglected to mention the New York Times Reader, as an example of an awesome app which demonstrates the future of dynamic publishing for large paper-based publishers, like the one Adam is working for.


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It’s a good thing I can blog about all this stuff which I forgot to mention


[ Current Listening to : Dimension by Wolfmother from Wolfmother ]

Comments (2)
  1. Adam Turner says:

    Frank,

    Thanks for the extra tips, I’ll follow up on them and drop you an email if I need to clarify anything.

    The whole blogging thing has reached an amazing point where we end up swapping information for a newspaper yarn on our blogs – I’ll have to  blog about it 😉

    Adam

  2. Anonymous says:

    I was interview by Adam Turner a few weeks ago for a piece he was writing. Well the article was published

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