Tag | Chris Williams Posts

The GWB Staff is here! We arrived at the HDC Omaha this morning after a few hours in the car. The trip was fun, but trying to take photos of the leaves changing wasn’t going to happen with the down pour we drove through the whole way. Joe Olsen, founder of Phenomblue, was gracious enough to give us a personal demo of a Microsoft Surface, big o’ table. That thing is freaking cool. If they had a version that was half the price and kid proof, I would definitely be replacing my living room table today. ...
For those that are unaware, Chris Williams, a fellow VB MVP does a 9 Questions series with fellow developers and influencers. I was extremely honored to be picked this week and hope you find the series as interesting as I do. Chris is also an active participant in the VB Insider's List Serv and actively gives feedback to the Visual Basic team in Redmond. You can read my answers to his 9 questions over at GeeksWithBlogs.net at http://geekswithblogs.net/c... Technorati ...
Wow! Tariq had a huge lead not that long ago and then when he decided Cross-Posting was the route for him, Chris Williams jumped on it and aimed for the goal. Last night, after months and months of labor, Chris Williams was final able to reach that goal. I am sure if Jason Olson still blogged on Geekswithblogs.net, I am sure he thank him too :D. Always happens to the Microsoft hires... Technorati Tags: Top Post,Geekswithblogs,Chris Williams,Tariq,Jason Olson ...
Chris Williams discusses with us what XNA is and how to get started with it. We tried getting Chris to discuss the C# vs. VB.NET in XNA issues, but he would not go there (but he would here). George, you have to listen as we give you a shout out. Chris recently started, with Jason Bock and Michael Dunn, a new XNA User Group in Minnesota at the Magenic offices. Check out the site here. Listen to Chris discuss XNA and Game Development! Technorati tags: HDC, XNA, Geekswithblogs.net, Chris Williams ...
Kyle and I are at the airport getting ready to head to Salem. Tulsa TechFest 2006 was awesome. Lots of attendees and great sessions. They did a great job keeping everything organized. And to Chris Williams, my laptop acted up when I plugged into their projector too, so it had nothing to do with your projector, my laptop is just possesed. More details about TechFest later, I met some very interesting people. I've never actually gotten a GPS reading at takeoff or landing, but I'll keep trying. Technorati ...