Sorry - I temporarily fell off the blogging wagon. It's tough to keep it going - there's always new stuff to blog about, but finding the time to write and polish is more challenging. It's been a busy month with all the follow-up from MIX, a brief vacation, preparation for a European tour and lots of planning for our next financial year - it's a weak excuse, but I just got out of the rhythm. Anyway, I've got a whole heap of cool material queued up now and ready to post, so I'll start to push that out over the next few days.
Anyway, I'm now in Europe for a couple of weeks, talking to customers and presenting Silverlight at a few different events. As I write this, I'm in Madrid, presenting at a local MIX-style event (given my background, there's a certain irony in that today my session was competing against the WPF session in the same time slot for developers).
Hope to meet up with a couple of you there!
Passed you on the wrong elevator twice at MIX, thought "Ah, I'll catch him later", never did. Sorry. I did also promise Scott Guthrie something 'compelling' as a Zeepe-hosted Silverlight sample
and that *will* be great ... when it finally hits the top of the 'To Do' pile. Hold, breath, don't, your, etc.
Hi Tim -- I've been taking your recent blog posting pause as reason not to be overly anxious about a reply w.r.t. my job application. I suppose I should apply the same reasoning whilst your traveling in Europe. Hoping to hear from you soon...
Hi Tim - are you in Germany at all on your European tour? Help to keep your German fluent ;-)
PS: Speak slower would be nicer for those brave who attended the english-speech sessions :)
I'm sorry, Pablo. I tried to speak slower, I really did, but there's just so much to say! Thank you for your patience with me!
I will be over in Ireland on Thursday presenting on Service Broker . It appears few people are actually