Tag: #Paul Laberge

Thanks Microsoft

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I’m a big believer in the fact that you learn something in mostly everything you do. I learn a lot in past jobs, and it was the same at Microsoft. Today was my last day as a Microsoft employee, and I wanted to thank the company, and more importantly, the people as the past two... Read more

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Responsive Web Design at FITC SCREENS

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This week I was at FITC SCREENS with my colleague Paul Laberge to talk about HTML5, Windows 8, and Windows Phone. It was my first time at SCREENS, but not my first FITC event, and I must say that the team is always doing an awesome job to bring the tech community together with their amazing... Read more

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The Microsoft ShamWOW_

One of my colleagues, Paul, did a funny video to promote a program we have, the developer movement. I found it so awesome, that I wanted to share with you. And because Paul is a fan of the song “Move like Jagger” from Maroon 5, here is the Geekiest way to ”sing” it: Actually, it sounds... Read more

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You too can become a Make Web Not War Warriors_

On March 8th, we will have a full day of free webinars just for you. A good way to learn new technology presented by experts. A great opportunity to learn about Web, mobile, design, cloud computing and more… As we know that not everybody has an interest in all topics, and that it’s not always... Read more

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How to Be a Rock Star Developer: a book on Personal BrandingLearn more