Posts relating to community WedDD days
Last week I was presented with a Microsoft MVP award in Virtual Machines – time to thank all who helped
MVP in Virtual Machines Last week, on 1st April, I received an e-mail from Microsoft letting me know that I had been presented with a 2010 Microsoft® MVP Award for outstanding contributions in Virtual Machine technical communities during the past year. It was an honour to be nominated, and is a great reflection on the vibrancy of the UK user group community which made this possible. Virtualisation for developers, not just IT Pros I consider it a special honour as my expertise in virtualisation is ......

Posted On Monday, April 5, 2010 9:14 AM | Comments (4)

WebDD 2009 - a review
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Posted On Monday, April 20, 2009 10:54 PM | Comments (2)

Interview with Liam Westley at WebDD - part of podcast from 4chapsfromblighty
If you want to here my initial reactions to WebDD in person, check out http://www.4chapsfromblighty.com where I pontificate about the ideal of separating the roles of developers from designers. Thanks to Guy Smith-Ferrier for taking the time out to capture my opinion.

Posted On Wednesday, February 7, 2007 8:32 AM | Comments (0)

WebDD, 3 February 2007 - Another excellent community event
Having spoken at the normal DDD community events in the UK I was looking forward to the combined nature of WebDD which was aimed at both developers and designers interested in web technologies. Similar to DDD Microsoft UK hosted the event in their UK headquarters in Reading, and provided a quality lunch and refreshments, and the excellent bonus of a fully licensed version of Expression Web for every attendee. The hope for a 50/50 split between developers and designers wasn't quite achieved, developers ......

Posted On Monday, February 5, 2007 9:38 AM | Comments (0)