Dr. Doris Chen's Blog

Dr. Doris Chen is a Developer Evangelist at Microsoft for the Western region of the United States. http://twitter.com/doristchen

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  • Blog Post: Develop Universal App that runs across Windows, Windows Phone and FirefoxOS

    With this release of the Windows developer platform of universal Windows apps , Microsoft sets out to accomplish three major goals: 1) Reach customers across phones, tablets, and PCs; 2) Deliver innovation that supports developer investments; 3) Make cross-platform technology easier and more capable...
  • Blog Post: Using Blend to Design HTML5 Windows 8 Application (Part III): Style Game Board, Cards, Support Different Device, View States

    In part I, Using Blend to Design HTML5 Windows 8 Application (Part I) , it helps you to get start with. In part II, Using Blend to Design HTML5 Windows 8 Application (Part II): Style, Layout and Grid , I have demonstrated how to create styles, how to develop a flexible grid layout and how to fill, position...
  • Blog Post: Using Blend to Design HTML5 Windows 8 Application (Part II): Style, Layout and Grid

    In the previous blog, Using Blend to Design HTML5 Windows 8 Application (Part I) , it helps you to get start with, in the next few blogs, I am going to show you step by step how now to you can created a lightweight, dynamic version of the memory game in Blend. Many thanks for Christian Schormann , Josh...
  • Blog Post: Using Blend to Design HTML5 Windows 8 Application (Part I): Overview and Hello World

    Are you looking for a HTML5/CSS authoring tool on Windows 8? Blend is the tool . Blend helps simplify design tasks by providing an accurate design surface and powerful tools that let you visually create and edit HTML and CSS. It gives you great tools to create, edit and diagnose CSS, supporting some...
  • Blog Post: HTML5 DevCamp Training: Content Available

      We just had a very successful HTML5 DevCamp in Los Angeles, CA with 155 attendees (reached the max room capacity).  We have to turn away a few people due to the max occupancy restriction and I apologize for this inconvenience and hope you can join us on 4/20 in Irvine, CA .   All...
  • Blog Post: Updated HTML5 WebCamp Training: Presentation, Demo Available

    We just had two most well attended HTML5 WebCamps in Silicon Valley, CA (over 640 attendees), Redmond, WA (over 180 attendees) and Portland, OR (over 100 attendees) . All of you are so well prepared . Thanks for all of you to make our WebCamps so successful! Per your request, I am posting all the presentation...
  • Blog Post: HTML5 Dev Conference Presentation: Dive into HTML5: SVG and Canvas

      Many thanks to Ann Burkett for inviting me to speak at the HTML5 Dev Conference   this week.  More than over 1200 people attended this conference in San Francisco. What a crowd!  I had a great time to listen, speak as well as to chat with all of you.  Per your request, I am...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming Free HTML5 Training in West Region

    Many of you have asked me when the next HTML5 training will be.  Now I have some good news to share with you.  We are going to offer HTML5 WebCamps in the following cities, Mountain View, CA ,  Redmond, WA and Portland, OR .  Register early as WebCamps will be sold out soon. Event...
  • Blog Post: HTML5 WebCamp Training in LA: Content and Resources Available

          The HTML5 WebCamp in LA is one of the best WebCamps we have ever had.  All of you are so well prepared .  Thanks for making it a superb WebCamp! Per your request, I am posting all the presentation, demo, labs and resources here so you keep it as a reference and share with...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming Free HTML5 Training: Register Today!

    We just had a very successful HTML5 WebCamp in Irvine, CA last month.  I know we can’t accommodate everybody because of the room capacity.  Now, the good news is we are going to offer another Free HTML5 WebCamp in Los Angeles area.  See more detail and Registration below.  Note, space...
  • Blog Post: A Successful HTML5 WebCamp in Colorado Springs

    Thank for all of you who attended our HTML5 WebCamp on June 10th in Colorado Springs, CO, especially many thanks for those of you drove hours to our event. Many thanks to our excellent volunteer based proctor team from multiple local developer community– great job, we won’t be able to execute such a...
  • Blog Post: HTML5 WebCamp| Presentation, Demo Code, Resources Available | Download

    Per your request, I am posting all the presentation, demo, labs and resources here so you keep it as a reference and share with your colleagues and friends. I will use the agenda as a map to post the content: Agenda: 8:30 – 8:45 AM Introduction (15 minutes) (Doris) Presentation 8:45 – 9: 15 AM Introduction...
  • Blog Post: HTML5 Presentation and Demo for WebVision Conference | Available to Download

    I have the honor to present “Deep Dive into HTML5” at the WebVision conference last week.  Over 140 web developers and designers attended my session and I received a lot of good feedback.  Per your request I am posting my presentation and demo in this blog. Presentation: Drive into HTML5 View...
  • Blog Post: HTML5 and Web Development WebCamp Training Available to Download |Free Presentation, Demo, and Labs

            Thank for all of you attended our Anchor WebCamp on HTML5 and WebMatrix on May 20-21 in Mountain View Microsoft Campus.  We had about 300 attended day 1 lecture and about 100 attended day 2 labs.  We have received a lot of feedback and questions from you. I want...
  • Blog Post: Free 3-Day Windows Azure Training in San Francisco

    I would like to invite you or the appropriate developer resource within your organization to a Free 3-Day Windows Azure platform instructor led training. The training will be held in the Microsoft San Francisco office on June 7-9. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the Windows Azure platform...
  • Blog Post: Join us at WebVisions Conference Next Week

        Join us at WebVisions: Explore the Future of the Web conference May 25-27 at the Oregon Convention Center with 1000+ developers and designers.  WebVisions explores the future of design, content creation, user experience and business strategy to uncover the trends and agents of change...
  • Blog Post: Redmond MVC & jQuery WebCamp |Presentation, Demo and Labs Available to Download

    The following is the agenda for the WebCamp on Friday (3/25) in Redmond, WA and I am going to use this agenda as a reference to post the WebCamp content for both MVC and jQuery sessions. As we have shown you in the WebCamp, the presentation, demo and labs material for MVC3 sessions can be downloaded...
  • Blog Post: Developer Resources: HTML5 / IE9 Tutorials and Sample Code

                Have you downloaded the final release of IE 9? If you haven’t, I will highly recommend you download from www.beautyoftheweb.com . You will love the new browser. Tutorials Many of the developers are interested to learn more of HTML5 and IE9. The...
  • Blog Post: MVC & jQuery WebCamp Presentation, Demo and Labs are Available

    The following is the agenda for the WebCamp on Sat. (2/26) and I am going to use this agenda as a reference to post the WebCamp content for both MVC and jQuery sessions. As we have shown you in the WebCamp, the presentation, demo and labs material for MVC3 sessions can be downloaded from http://snip...
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