ASU CIS Information Session

I had the great pleasure of speaking to an amazing crowd of students on campus at ASU on Tuesday, November 29th 2011 (my anniversary date with Microsoft).  The response and feedback from the students in attendance has been overwhelming.  As promised, here are some resources requested from the session: Free web development tool Free online…

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HTML5 Web Camp Videos

The highly popular HTML5 Web Camp events sponsored by Microsoft are typically filled to capacity when delivered at any location.  In my humble opinion, the best HTML5 Web Camp delivered to date was in my hometown of Phoenix, AZ.  Fortunately, the team at EventDay showed up that day to record every session.  With great pleasure,…

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HTML5 Syntax & Semantics

My latest article published by DevProConnections is dealing with a fundamental yet very misunderstood topic – semantics.  If you would like to learn why semantics matter, I encourage you to read the online article – “HTML5 Syntax and Semantics: Why they Matter” The article demonstrates the use of semantics by building a simple web site…

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Tech Travel Tips: Mouse Without Borders

For the serious tech traveller – one who take 2 or more notebook computers on the road – this tip is for you. Having said that, this tip truly applies to anyone who works with multiple PCs at a time. Recently, my boss showcased (via video conference) his multi-computer setup in his home office. When…

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