Deep Fried Bytes: Project Silk and Open Web Standards

Deep Fried Bytes

In this episode, Woody sits down Don Smith, Microsoft Sr Program Manager on the Patterns & Practices Group, to discuss Project Silk.Thanks to our guest this episode Don Smith is a Senior Program Manager on the patterns & practices team at Microsoft. In his six years with p&p he has pr.

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In this episode, Woody sits down Don Smith, Microsoft Sr Program Manager on the Patterns & Practices Group, to discuss Project Silk.

Thanks to our guest this episode

Don-Smith---Aug-2011---Medium

Don Smith is a Senior Program Manager on the patterns & practices team at Microsoft. In his six years with p&p he has produced developer guidance related to web services, Visual Studio extensibility and software factories, agile team practices, application architecture, data access, and most recently client-side web development with HTML5 and JavaScript. In his first six years at Microsoft Don was an Application Development Consultant where he helped internet and enterprise customers build and deploy their solutions and he’s been a staunch customer advocate ever since. Don continues to apply his passions to web development technologies and scenarios including the area of mobile web development. He loves to be contacted by customers so feel free to make a connection on Twitter (@locksmithdon), his blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/donsmith) or email (dons@microsoft.com).

Philip’s can be found on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/locksmithdon

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