The tripod was too small for my computer as behind it, we had a microphone. Duck tape can solve everything, even securing my Dellasaurus at the Windows 8 camp of the .NET Community in Montreal. Thanks to Laurent Duveau for the picture.
It’s been a while I didn’t do a Fred’s tees post, but trusts me, it’s not because I don’t have more t-shirts to write about. Since I talked about Geek at the radio this week (in French), and that we briefly mention Big Bang Theory, I thought this Science Squad one would be a good... Read more
Sebastien (to the left), helping a developer at a hackathon While I was at Microsoft, I had the pleasure to work with talented Windows 8, and Windows Phone developers. Some of them became friends, like Sebastien Lachance. When Sebastien told me he was taking on over his dream, and started as a freelancer, I was... Read more
I was searching some HTML5 picture for another blog post on Flickr when I saw this one. Don’t judge the book by this picture, it’s a nice book on HTML5 my old-coworker John Bristowe bought for all the team members a couple of months ago. Read more
I like to share with others. It’s why I’m blogging, and why I like social media so much. It’s also why I’m doing my job: I’m sharing my passion about technology. One of my preferred website in the past, Praized, is now a dead project. This website gave me the opportunity to review local venues... Read more
Usually, when I’m doing a blog post, I’m searching on Flickr for a picture or image with a Creative Commons license. So last week, I was looking for one to put into my blog post around HTML5 resources and I saw this one: a sexy (sexy?) picture of Bruce Lawson, one of the two authors of a... Read more
On the last day of 2012, it has been 2 years that I’m a Microsoftie (internal name for a Microsoft employee). As things are related for now, it has also been two years that I’m being paid to do what I like to do for a living, Evangelism! Time goes quickly as I feel like it was... Read more