Pueblo, COUSA 81001
March 12, 2010
Thanks Craig. I'm self-taught in web design, and I've just recently learned more HTML and CSS techniques, so I think it would be great to have other local designers/developers to speak with and learn from!
Hi there Craig! Welcome to the group, I'm looking forward to meeting everyone in person. Do you have a general availability timeframe in which meetups would be good for you?
Craig, Mondays are OK although I usually play in a poker tourney on monday evenings. Thursdays are better but I can make a monday or two for now.
Sorry, no. My company is www.infotechdimensions.com
Nice talking to you last night!
Linked in seems to be interesting. I like hearing what other folks I have worked with are doing now, and sometimes they like to hear what I am doing, so it is a form of social networking and kind of fun. What pushed me over the edge to start using LI is what guy Kawasaki says about linked in http://blog.guykawasaki.com/2007/01/t... -Mark
No, I have not found a UI toolkit that was worth using. Windows, I just started using it for programming, so that I could broaden my skill set and places I can provide insight using python tools. Python and powershell both can target .net, and I am hoping to learn how to use .net features. For all I know, .net has UI capability. I have used UNIX for 25 years, and even when I use windows, I often use Cygwin.
FWIW, my email address is the same as my first.last name at gmail.com
UI? Life is too short for UI's. I always have used unix tools and sytem management command interfaces. I am looking at iron python, so maybe I could use .net features, but I have not even built anything useful with a nice UI. I use command line arguements, input files, and web sites as input. I have done some work with text mining and natural language processing. Let me know if you have a UI method that you generally use. -Mark