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Tag Archives: Microsoft
Four years ago, I wrote a post that was in response to RJ Jacquez’s post on his blog about the advent of the Microsoft Surface’s release. My response to RJ Jacquez’s question: Will Tablets replace PCs? RJ’s argument was that while … Continue reading
Microsoft Wants Autistic Coders. Can It Find Them And Keep Them? | Fast Company | Business + Innovation
Job interviews can be especially hard if you’re autistic. A Microsoft effort aimed at a wider spectrum of the workforce wants to solve that. Source: Microsoft Wants Autistic Coders. Can It Find Them And Keep Them? | Fast Company | … Continue reading
Last week, my son celebrated his 14th birthday. He only wanted one present to mark the occasion, namely a gaming computer. Now, this is something that he’s been pining for months now. Originally, he wanted something in the $3000 range. … Continue reading
Today, I tuned in to listen to the Windows 10 event that was to promote more about the upcoming new OS that many are anticipating will be a big improvement over Windows 8 and 8.1. While I’m a huge fan … Continue reading
In the past week, I’ve made two observations about how technology is going through an advancement surge. What I mean by that is that there are big changes happening, and it seems like it’s happening incredibly quickly–at least in my … Continue reading
Recently, due to the upcoming release of Microsoft’s Surface machine, RJ Jacquez released two blog posts promoting the idea that tablets, in time, will indeed replace the PC as we know it, and that Microsoft is going in the wrong … Continue reading