Each year I like to reflect on the previous year & set new goals. This blog post doesn’t have too much relevance to anyone apart from me but I have found value in looking back at the previous year and setting myself new goals. I’d normally try & write this at the beginning of January… Continue reading 2016 Goals
I put together a post summarizing my research on brain computer interfaces for my BuzzConf talk. This has links to some awesome videos – check it out at http://gooroo.io/GoorooThink/Article/16423/Brain-Computer-Interfaces
Last weekend I had the opportunity to talk at the inaugural BuzzConf. BuzzConf is a bit different to other technology conferences with bands & DJ’s in the evenings and a family/kid orientated track with workshops on robots and Minecraft! The conference was held in the beautiful but somewhat cold Phoenix Park to the west of Melbourne… Continue reading BuzzConf 2015
The last four months I have been a bit quiet blog and talk wise. This is because I have been hard at work developing a course for Pluralsight – Microsoft Edge for Developers which was released a few weeks ago! But why should you care? Well Edge is the default browser going forwards for Windows systems… Continue reading Whats new in Microsoft Edge?
Want to know about the latest IDE changes in Visual Studio 2015? Checkout my article at Gooroo.io.
Recently, I presented a Webinar for Pluralsight on WebGL and three.js. As part of this Webinar the audience asked a number of questions. Unfortunately we ran out of time before I could answer all of them but I have since compiled all the questions (with answers!) over at the Pluralsight Blog.
Over the next few months in addition to this blog I’ll be writing a few posts for the guys over at Gooroo.io. The Gooroo platform is a free set of tools designed at helping Software Developers manage their careers. DDD Melbourne attendees might remember Gooroo’s Terence Siganakis & Carl Joseph from their talk “What we learnt analysing 1.5 million… Continue reading Visual Studio 2015 and Roslyn Compiler