Expression Studio Resources – now including myself, Adam Kinney
Before MIX09, I was completely prepared for the new features in Silverlight 3 that we demoed for the first time in public. It was my job to know and I was excited to see the features released.
What I wasn’t prepared for though, was Expression Blend 3 + SketchFlow, and the overall level of awesomeness the team had achieved under my nose. I was blown away and very interested in using the tools, much more than I had in the past.
Today I am happy to say that knowing and sharing that knowledge with others is now my new job. In the past my focus as a member of the Client Platform Evangelism team was on WPF, Silverlight and the Community. I am still on the same team, but my role has happily shifted to Expression Studio with a strong on focus on using Blend to create Silverlight applications. I am an Expression Evangelist.
One of my first tasks was to create a list of resources involved in the world of Expression. I’ve collected the names of different team members, community members, agencies and sites and my goal is to share what I’ve found with you. This will be an ongoing project and I’m ready to post the first edition.
So without further ado, I present:
The title isn’t very sexy I agree, but its utilitarian and explicit.
On the page you find a list of people in the Expression community and links to their blogs, portfolios and twitter accounts. Along with pointing you to the people in the middle of it all, I will be adding more showcase samples and training resources.
I will also be working on plenty of my own training content which you’ll find posted here along with a few other sites.