Microsoft Security Essentials

Microsoft have added Security Essentials to the free Windows Live suite and I’ve recently installed this. Security Essentials provides virus and spyware protection in an unobtrusive way. I previously had been using Norton anti-virus but […]

Windows Phone 7

Last week I picked up a Windows Phone 7 running on a HTC Mozart handset. Added a few Apps (Feed Reader, Weather, Adobe Reader) and have been listening to FM Radio. Some highlights include a […]

Open standards

I’m quite impressed with the current drive for and adoption of open technology standards in business. Open standards include (but are not limited to) UML, WSDL, HTML etc. Open standards demonstrate forward thinking in systems […]

My Epiphany

Recently I’ve groked standards based web technology in a way that can only be described as an epiphany. This doesn’t mean I’ve turned my back on what I’ve known before, rather it means I’ve seen […]

Critical Thinking

It’s interesting how different points of view can lead people to have different opinions given the same basic information. I’ve been a long time fan of building desktop software for Windows and have resisted the […]