Building Mobile Sites With HTML5? Microsoft’s patterns & practices Group Needs Your Help

This just in from Redmond via my teammate Joe Healy down in Florida… Christopher Bennage over in the Microsoft patterns & pracitces (PNP) group (and esteemed developer originating from the Florida dotneterati) has asked for an assist. The PNP group is preparing to launch a project delivering guidance about HTML5 development for mobile. PNP is…

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HTML5 Game Camps In November & December 2011

Like playing games?  Ever thought about learning how to make your own games? Yeah, I’m sure we all have, but who has time for that?! We’re all too busy doing our day jobs coding web and/or business applications.  Probably, your boss might not approve of you spending a day learning how to build video games. …

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Silverlight in the Enterprise Training at MS NYC – November 18th, 2011

Just got wind of an exciting event coming up in NYC in November for Silverlight developers out there!  If you’re an enterprise developer and you’re considering Silverlight for your next project, then this will be a must see event.  Microsoft NYC – 1290 Ave Of The Americas NY, NY 10104 Where & When? Microsoft New…

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Getting Mango & the NYC Windows Phone Camp 10-19-2011: Re-Cap

A few weeks ago, I expressed excitement that “Mango is coming! Mango is coming!”.  Well, Mango is HERE!  Microsoft began rolling the “Mango” update out to virtually all phone and carrier combinations on September 27, 2011.  I was lucky enough to get Mango on my phone on the 28th.  The update took about an hour,…

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Java on Windows Azure from Jazoon 2011

Note: This post is a bit delayed (been sitting in my drafts folder for WAY too long!) but I’ve had a few folks requesting my slides from my talk at Jazoon 2011 in Zurich, Switzerland, so here it is… Back in June, I had the privilege of speaking at Jazoon 2011 in Zurich, Switzerland.  Jazoon…

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Let’s Help Amit Defeat Leukemia!

This morning, I learned that a fellow member of our NY metro tech community, Amit Gupta, has recently been diagnosed with acute leukemia.  Amit is the founder of Photojojo and the co-founder of Jelly, a co-working community that started in NYC in 2006 and has spread to over 60 cities worldwide.  Amit also helped bring…

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