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Musings from David Chou - Architect, Microsoft

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  • Blog Post: Microsoft DevCamps for Phone, Cloud and Web

    ATTEND A CAMP, BUILD AN APP 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...
  • Blog Post: Free HTML5 Training | August 19, 2011 | Los Angeles

      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; you can either pick up a book or attend an expensive conference that often only scratches the surface. The HTML5 Web Camp...
  • Blog Post: BUILD | 2011.09.13-16 | Anaheim, CA

    BUILD is the event that shows you how to take advantage of the future of Windows. Get insight on creating touch-centric user experiences, fast, fluid, and dynamic applications that leverage the power and flexibility of the core of Windows, used by more than a billion people around the world. Learn how...
  • Blog Post: Unplug from your day job. Be inspired at MIX

    One of my favorite annual conferences is back again this year in Las Vegas. Yes, despite the fabulous location and the plethora of distractions it provides. ;) Join the conversation at MIX – see the latest tools and technologies and draw inspiration from a professional community of your peers and experts...
  • Blog Post: Free Training – Microsoft Web Camps in Mountain View on May 27 & 28, 2010

    The Microsoft Web Team is excited to announce a new series of events called Microsoft Web Camps! function WebCamps () {    Day1.Learn();    Day2.Build(); } Interested in learning how new innovations in Microsoft's Web Platform and developer tools like ASP.NET 4 and Visual Studio 2010...
  • Blog Post: Dolly Parton and IE8 Web Slices

    Yes, it really is Dolly Parton, one of the most honored country performers of all time! In conjunction with the international release of her new CD/DVD set, Live From London, Dolly has added a Silverlight-based IE8 web slice to her web site, www.dollypartonmusic.net . Dolly has even created a video about...
  • Blog Post: Engaging the Local Tech Community at Twiistup 3

    I had the opportunity to participate in Twiistup 3 , a local event that connects people from technology, media, and entertainment. Held at a nightclub, it is also a venue where local tech startups can come and show off their work, to potential investors, customers, partners, etc. There were 9 show-offs...
  • Blog Post: 2007.12.04 MSDN PowerSeries Event in Irvine, CA

    I had the opportunity to present at the MSDN PowerSeries event in Irvine, on Software + Services, Windows Live Platform, and the Office Platform. It was a tough act to follow after Lynn Langit's morning session, but the audience was great and allowed me to talk about these topics at an architecture level...
  • Blog Post: Describing Web Platform Stack

    Context In an earlier blog post I talked about "Web as a Platform" (in Web 2.0's context) and briefly described a layered and componentized perspective in looking at the Web platform in general. And I thought it would be more clarifying to illustrate what a Web platform stack might look like...
  • Blog Post: Popfly as a Web Platform

    Primer Microsoft Popfly ( www.popfly.com ), currently in beta since October 2007, is a web site and tool to help people create and share web sites, mashups, and other kinds of experiences. This service, in my opinion, is a really interesting and innovative product Microsoft has delivered this year. From...
  • Blog Post: Web 2.0 - A Platform Perspective

    Background & Primer "Web as a Platform" has been a much discussed topic since Tim O'Reilly used it as a tagline in the first Web 2.0 conference back in October of 2004, then described in more detail in a 2005 article , and the subsequent " Mind Map " graphic: Since then many interpretations...
  • Blog Post: Thoughts from the WebbyConnect Summit

    I had the opportunity to attend the WebbyConnect Summit on October 3-5 at Laguna Beach. It was a series of non-technical panel discussions on the various growing trends on the Web, and their social and cultural impacts, especially with respect to the media and internet industries. Topics discussed include...
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