Saturday, I faced my fear of big machines and the possibility of catching things on fire and took a TechShop class up in Redwood City, where I learned how to etch and cut different materials using lasers. And it was awesome.
Month: April 2014
Focusing on the negatives: An Exploration in Advertising Today, I wanted to take a minute to share one of my older posts from a past blog that explores negativity in advertising. I was reminded of the post yesterday, when I saw a new commercial that was blatant rip off of the Mac vs. PC commercials […]
Yesterday, I had the pleasure of attending my second Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner, hosted by Microsoft. Since we were holding the event at our awesome new Executive Conference center, various members of the Silicon Valley Women at Microsoft group got a chance to attend and volunteer. Firstly, I have to give mad props to […]
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/rds/archive/2014/04/23/microsoft-remote-desktop-preview-app-for-windows-phone-8-1-available-for-download.aspx Today is an exciting day for the Remote Desktop team as we launch the preview of the official Microsoft Remote Desktop app for Windows Phone 8.1! I’m happy to be part of such a great group of people who are passionate about our products. Looking forward to what we do with it next!
Universal Apps for Windows Devices I am really excited about this announcement from BUILD. One app that can be used on multiple platforms is awesome for developers and for consumers, since it helps with a consistent experience across the board. I think we’re finally getting closer to the converging of mobile and desktop, and moving […]