In this post, I’ll drill a bit into the final of the 3 areas SRT is investing in for 2013: Continuous Client Experience.
Read more >> 2013 Investments: Continuous Client Experience
At SRT, we continuously examine the overall technology landscape and make decisions on where to invest more time, what should stay the same, and what
Read more >> SRT Technology Investments for 2013
I try not to write posts that are simply links to other posts, but I had to make an exception for this. I was quite
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We are excited to announce public classes for developers launching in January of 2013.
Twice a month, we’ll host .NET developer training classes for professional
I often find myself in conversations with customers and prospective customers regarding how we build software. How do we build software? What’s our process? How
Read more >> Tools and Process: A positive feedback loop
Thanks again to Carl and Richard for inviting me to come along to Omaha to join the awesome community in Omaha. I continue to believe
Read more >> Experience in Omaha on the .NET Rocks Road show
We released our first Windows Store app earlier this week: A calculator app that supports multiple skins.
We’re concentrating on adding the art and
Read more >> Our first Windows Store App: Skinned Calculator
I really enjoy creating software. I’m thrilled to be part of this industry, and able to create useful apps for people our customers. But yet,
Read more >> The Importance of unleashing your own creativity
Public Service Announcement: I interrupt our regularly scheduled technology content for a discussion of government policy. If that’s of no interest, just skip this post.
Over the weekend, I read this post “6 ways Microsoft is Killing the Traditional Desktop in Windows 8”. Like many headline hungry opinion writers, there’s