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Captivated by his dashing good looks and over all sex appeal, LosTechies is pleased to welcome Scott C Reynolds to our happy family. We are pleased to have him on board and know his passion will help other developers to … Continue reading
Well yesterday was my final day at Wachovia. It was really hard to say goodbye to all the wonderful friends and colleagues I have made there but it was time to move on. It was really difficult to leave such … Continue reading
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What more could be said about the MVCContrib coordinator extraordinaire, Eric Hexter! How is that for a build up? Many welcomes to Eric Hexter for joining us here at LosTechies. We are pleased to have him on board and know … Continue reading
We would like to welcome Ray Houston (current blog, new LosTechies blog) to the LosTechies blogging community! Some of us had the opportunity to meet Ray at the Austin TDD Coding Dojo and was impressed with his humility, intelligence, and … Continue reading
Sorry about this one Chad, I accidentally saved it to my draft folder. LosTechies happily welcomes Chad Myers to the crew! Now I have even more people to hang out with in Austin!
I know this post isn’t tech related but the geek in me and my former Air Force persona, couldn’t help but share this. Apparently this is the fighter pilot helmet of the future. It has the ability to give the … Continue reading