The final person hired into the team here in Australia has been Greg Willis, who has taken to blogging like a duck to water.
Greg comes on board as an Architect Evangelist, based in Sydney. He has been at Microsoft for a few years, is a "web" guy, can manipulate gravity, and will be covering Software + Services, SaaS, Web 2.0 and media technologies like Silverlight.
So, the team is full. My job is complete, so I guess it's ok that I am leaving
Or, to be technically correct, Happy Pi Approximation Day
As Rob Farley says, it's a tradition
I'm wearing a special T-shirt to celebrate
This is really cool. A worldwide contest for ISVs called the ingenuity pOint.
Software that can change the world. Sounds like a blue monster moment!
Go check out the site
Came across a cool site called Silverlight Fan
And it's got a Tetris Game in Silverlight
Play Silverlight Tetris now! or Download Silverlight Tetris source code.
There was a recent video on ZDNET with me talking about web standards
Is Microsoft learning from its Web standards mistakes? [Play the video]
I was talking about Expression Web and how it supports web standards
The article recently got dugg : Microsoft Accepts it Ignored the Web Standards
1417 Diggs as of writing this, and man, people are angry and full of venom towards Microsoft. Go Figure ?
Yesterday (and it feels so long ago), I was in Orlando.
I got to meet Steve Clayton and he gave me a couple of Blue Monster stickers, which made me happy (I am a simple man).
I then snapped a photo of the Blue Monster during a session I was attending - the meme is growing!
Today I am in downtown Seattle and I reckon the Blue Monster will appear again!