I’ve been swamped trying to finish the Zufall project and the final project launch is only days away (Sunday to be exact) so I haven’t really had time to post my anything here in a while. But that’s going to change!
Qixing from Microsoft took the time to meet with me today and go over what I’ve experienced with the program package so far. She suggested I start making screen videos to go with my posts as tutorials and demos so other people understand what’s going on and see the overall design and development process from the “inside”. This is something I’ve been thinking about doing for a long time but I never really had a reason to. Now that I know Microsoft is paying attention everything is changing.
Most of my knowledge in design, coding and implementation comes from watching and reading tutorials on the web and I figure it’s time I pay it forward by posting my own stuff so others can learn from my experiences and take things even further. So as soon as the Zufall project is done and off my plate I’ll start posting videos, instructional articles and commentary to really give whomever reads this blog the full picture.
First on the agenda would have to be a SilverLight video player to post the instructional videos so stay tuned for that one coming up hopefully some time next week.
3 replies on “Microsoft listens – and the future looks bright(er)”
Thank you too for taking the time meeting with me. I realized how busy you are after talking to you. 🙂 It’s hard to be jack of all trades. I really enjoyed our conversation and look forward to your videocasts using Silverlight.
Good luck with the Zufall project!
Sweet! I’d love to see your videocasts!
Love the look of this theme, can?t wait to test it out when I get home tonight It looks very ?personal? and gives the feel it beingdone by hand rather than a computer.