In an attempt to reward some of the top notch speakers/early submissions for SharePoint Saturday New York City, we did something like a first round draft pick for speakers. For each track, myself & the other two organizers chose someone that we felt best represented the track & what
Update: Invites are live! I've got 5 for now - first folks to ask me through Twitter get them!
I've had an active version of my resume on StackOverflow Careers for a while - for as long as they've been around, really. It's actually the only place on the internets
I've spent just a few minutes looking at what Knockout.js purports to do, and I have to say - if it works (and from what I hear, it does), it's immediately going into the toolbox.
Ahh yes, there's nothing like Virginia Beach in January. I'll be headed down to SharePoint Saturday Virginia Beach on January 8th to give a talk on SharePoint for the ASP.Net Developer. Hopefully I'll be able to convince a few folks that SharePoint is not, in fact, the devil -
I once had the opportunity to see Charles Petzold back in 2005 at the NYC .Net User Group, when he gave his infamous "Does Visual Studio Rot The Mind" talk:
Abstract: Visual Studio can be one of the programmer's best friends, but over the years it has become increasingly pushy