Richard Parker's blog

I work in Premier Support for Developers, helping others to remove barriers to successful development on the Microsoft platform.

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  • Blog Post: SSL GO!

    We’ve been using HTTP on the world wide web since 1989; 25 years. And while it’s perfectly good, it’s also completely insecure. The internet’s answer to this was SSL, which Continue Reading → more
  • Blog Post: Creating amazing experiences for your customers through powerful combinations of devices and software

    … and why “what if” are two words you should care about Today’s consumers increasingly focus on their experience of your products. I’m not talking about UI (how cool your interface is), or what functionality you provide. Good UX design is a factor more
  • Blog Post: Autonomous Immersive Quadcopter – Build Log

    It’s been a while since my last post back in December (all about Windows Azure, you can read about that here) and a lot has been going on in the interim. I’ve mainly been focused (as always) on work, but in my down time, I’ve been working more
  • Blog Post: My Home Tech: Summer 2011 Roundup

    A long, long time ago, in a blog post far, far away, I documented some of my home tech in a piece that described how it all connected together. The article actually focused on my home network equipment, but I figured it would be useful to document the more
  • Blog Post: Samsung Navibot SR8855 First Look

    Yesterday, after spending a few hours researching, I made a little bit of an impulse decision and purchased a Samsung Navibot SR855 (a robotic vacuum cleaner). I figured that since I don’t like hoovering (and neither does my girlfriend), this could more
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