It's taken me a bit longer to get to this post than I'd anticipated, but I wanted to share some info on the Mid-Atlantic Developer Expo, which wrapped it's second iteration at the end of June. As … more
Valentin Ivanov (aka Architect on the TinyCLR Forums) just posted one of the more awesome projects I've seen for .NET Gadgeteer. He's built a mini game console using a repurposed Wii controller, … more
Last year, it was my privilege to be a part of the team that brought a new conference to the Mid-Atlantic, the Mid-Atlantic Developer Expo (or MADExpo for short). The conference was born of many … more
Anyone who missed this year's inaugural MADExpo missed a fun show, and one of the best parts was the day 1 Keynote featuring Wintellect's Jeff Prosise. Instead of regaling us with his expertise on … more
I realized this evening that in my MADExpo wrap-up post, I left out some pretty critical players. For those of you who aren't aware, the team I work on at Microsoft is unusual, in that I and my … more
A couple weeks ago, the Mid Atlantic Developer Expo wrapped up, and I've finally had a chance to recover from the event. This was the first time that I've been involved in planning a conference of … more
Day 1 of the inaugural Mid Atlantic Developer Expo is done, and I'm settled in to try to get some rest for day 2, which promises more awesome content and great conversations.
We kicked the day off … more
I've been working on a fun and cool project for the Mid Atlantic Developer Expo, which opens NEXT WEEK, namely a Kinect-enabled Session Finder. The project uses the recently-released Kinect SDK for … more
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