Energy was high and innovation was in the air at the second annual Microsoft Student Partner Summit in Redmond, Washington. This year, the 55 best and brightest MSPs from around the globe were invited to Microsoft headquarters for a week-long retreat … Continue reading Microsoft Student Partner Summit 2015
Only a company like Microsoft would rent out a world-class football stadium for its employee party. On July 30th, 2015, attendees of Microsoft’s biannual TechReady conference were invited to Century Link Field, home of the Seattle Seahawks, for a party of epic proportions … Continue reading Inside Microsoft’s TechReady Party at Century Link Field
This year Microsoft’s //build conference in San Francisco brought on technical training and advanced looks at many of Microsoft’s exciting new developments including improved Windows 10 features and, of course, the futuristic and fascinating HoloLens (read my post about HoloLens here). To follow … Continue reading //build Tour Toronto
I am a twenty-one year-old student pursuing a Bachelor of Computer Science degree at Dalhousie University and, for the most part, I am exactly like my peers – except that I also work full time at Microsoft. Now that I’ve officially started … Continue reading The Road to Microsoft – My Journey from Student Partner to Intern to Full Time in 2 Years
I am so excited to announce that, as of next week, I will be starting my new position as a Content Developer at Microsoft! I have had an incredible year and a half as a Technical Evangelist, working with talented people to bring … Continue reading Officially Bicoastal – An Exciting Announcement!
Did you learn to code with CODExist: The Birth of Bot taught by me and my fellow Technical Evangelist Susan Ibach? Or, are you interested in learning how to code but don’t know where to begin? Well, I’m happy to … Continue reading Learn to Code with a New CODExist Course Live on Microsoft Virtual Academy
It’s said that 50% of the job market requires basic technical proficiency, and that that number will increase to 77% in the next decade. With a shortage of qualified computer science graduates to fill these roles and the fact that … Continue reading Microsoft Empowers Youth at YouthSpark Live Vancouver