CloudCamp coming to Los Angeles 4/11/2012!

This is for my Los Angeles readers!

There is a small technology agnostic cloud event happening on 4/13/2012 called CloudCamp Los Angeles.  If you are interested in the cloud and have a little time you should register and join.  Bret Stateham from Microsoft will be presenting on Azure.




(Originally Posted on blog and manually migrated to WordPress on 10/20/2017 for Historical reasons)

FREE! Microsoft Developer Camps coming to Western USA!



Seating is limited, so register today.
For more details or to register,
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Developer Camps (DevCamps for short) are free, fun, no-fluff events for developers, by developers. You learn from experts in a low-key, interactive way and then get hands-on time to apply what you’ve learned. Check out the four different DevCamps currently being offered and register today!
clip_image005Los Angeles, CA clip_image005[1]Mar. 30
clip_image005[2]Irvine, CA clip_image005[3]Apr. 20
clip_image005[4]Redmond, WA clip_image005[5]Apr. 27
clip_image005[6]Denver, CO clip_image005[7]May 18
clip_image005[8]Phoenix, AZ clip_image005[9]May 25

Events run from
8:45AM – 5:30PM

clip_image006 clip_image007 clip_image008 Take your apps to the next level at the Windows Phone Dev Camp. We’ll be covering how to bring the cloud to your app by consuming external APIs, add UX polish with Expression Blend, reach new markets through globalization and localization, and keep your app running at peak performance through advanced debugging and testing. In the afternoon, we’ll break into labs to reinforce what we covered, and offer a chance to present your application for a chance to win in our application competition. clip_image009
clip_image005[10]Los Angeles, CA clip_image005[11]Mar. 30
clip_image005[12]Irvine, CA clip_image005[13]Apr. 20
clip_image005[14]Redmond, WA clip_image005[15]Apr. 27
clip_image005[16]Denver, CO clip_image005[17]May 18
clip_image005[18]Phoenix, AZ clip_image005[19]May 25

Events run from
9:00AM – 5:00PM

clip_image006[1] clip_image007[1] clip_image010 Join us to learn about the exciting new Windows Azure developer platform! Windows Azure will open up a host of new application and multi-screen development opportunities, and this briefing will give you a jumpstart in understanding how to take advantage of them. clip_image009[1]
clip_image005[20]Los Angeles, CA clip_image005[21]Mar. 30
clip_image005[22]Irvine, CA clip_image005[23]Apr. 20
clip_image005[24]Redmond, WA clip_image005[25]Apr. 27
clip_image005[26]Denver, CO clip_image005[27]May 18
clip_image005[28]Phoenix, AZ clip_image005[29]May 25

Events run from
8:45AM – 5:30PM

clip_image006[2] clip_image007[2] clip_image011 As developers, you keep hearing a lot about HTML5, but many don’t know what it actually means or is truly capable of. If you want to learn about it, your choices are limited. The HTML5 Web Camp is an opportunity to connect with designers and developers and show you what’s possible, and how you can start using it today. Space is limited. clip_image009[2]
clip_image005[30]Los Angeles, CA clip_image005[31]Mar. 29
clip_image005[32]Irvine, CA clip_image005[33]Apr. 19
clip_image005[34]Denver, CO clip_image005[35]May 17

Events run from
5:00PM – 9:00PM

clip_image006[3] clip_image007[3] clip_image012 If you’re a student, interested in attending DevCamp (Phone Camp, particularly), we’d love to have you join us for a night of preparation and pizza! We want to be sure you have all the tools you need to be successful with the professional developer community. clip_image009[3]
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For more information
Click here or to register by phone, call 1-877-MSEVENT.



(Originally Posted on blog and manually migrated to WordPress on 10/20/2017 for Historical reasons)

A long hard road back…

At long last I’ve got my blog up and running again.  Because of all the blog spammers out there and a little configuration issue with my blog, I had over 182,000 spam blog entry comments.  They are all gone now and my blog is up and running again.  FINALLY!



(Originally Posted on blog and manually migrated to WordPress on 10/20/2017 for Historical reasons)