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Twitter Goals and Experiments for 2012

March 4, 2009 was the day I set up my Twitter account. Unfortunately, it wasn’t until the last 3 months of 2011 that I really began to use it. I’ve probably posted more tweets in the past 3 months than I had in the previous 2.5 years. I love how it connects me to people […]

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2012 – Question, Focus, Share

Sometimes we need a reason to change. The start of a new year provides a socially acceptable way to make changes, and big ones at that, for no real reason, other than that the new year perhaps symbolizes a clean slate, and a chance to start fresh. The problem is where to start? So many […]

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2011 Year in Review

Personally and professionally speaking, 2011 was a year of growth and stepping outside of my confort zone. Uprooting your wife and children from the only city they’ve ever known and moving to a place where we literally did not know a single person will do that to you. Having moved down to Southern California from […]

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Silverlight VS Flash? Not Really.

We previously approached this argument from 2 sides: .NET developer and Flash developer. However, maybe that’s not the most appropriate perspective on this issue.I recently came across this discussion (started back in May 2007 but still active as of a week ago) at the Silverlight.net forums. What interested me right away was that the initial […]

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Silverlight VS Flash – A Flash Developer’s Perspective

After asking Chris to post his thoughts on the topic of Silverlight VS Flash from a .NET developer’s standpoint, I wanted to post my thoughts from a Flash developer’s perspective. I have been heavily involved in SL development over the past 8 months working for some big clients on big projects. I realize that’s a […]

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Silverlight VS Flash – a .NET Developer’s Perspective

I wanted to take a look at Silverlight VS Flash, but this comparison has been done a million times (“Silverlight VS Flash” yields 205,000 results in google), so I wanted to look at it from the project manager side of things and why they should choose one over the other. Neither technology is monstrously better […]

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Flash sites and photography rock stars

Hey you with the camera…yeah, you…If you’re interested in learning from 3 of the best photographers in the world (yes, I said world), you may be interested in attending YinYang Workshop. I recently developed the site for Dave & Quin Cheung of DQ Studios and Huy Nguyen of F8 Studio, and not only are they […]

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Test Post

Testing the new blog setup…

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