Nick Landry on Robotics Studio
Nick Landry from Infusion calls in to discuss his experiences with (and knowledge of) the somewhat new Microsoft Robotics Studio.
Nickolas Landry is a principal architect in New York for Infusion Development, a Microsoft Gold Partner which offers quality software development services, developer training and consulting services for large financial firms in the New York and Toronto areas (www.infusion.com). Known for his dynamic and engaging style, he is a frequent speaker at major software development conferences worldwide, a member of the MSDN Canada Speakers Bureau, a Microsoft MVP on Device Application Development, and a former Microsoft Regional Director in Montreal. He is the Vice-President of IASA New York (www.iasahome.org), and is a Founding Member of WWISA (www.wwisa.org). His primary goal is to help businesses connect their information, systems, and people together in a seamless integration to achieve complete enterprise agility. Aside from his work in designing business solution architectures using .NET technologies, Nick provides mentoring services in architecture, design and .NET development, authors and teaches .NET classes, performs system audits, and profiles technologies for various enterprise scenarios. With over 15 years of professional experience - starting with Visual Basic 1.0 - and a career almost entirely dedicated to Microsoft technologies, Nick specializes in .NET mobility, SOA, architecture & design patterns, High-Performance Compututing (HPC), Game Development with XNA, and application security. He wrote multiple articles for CoDe Magazine and several .NET mobility courses for Microsoft, has been a technical editor for many books, and holds several professional certifications from Microsoft and IBM. Contact and Blog: http://home.infusionblogs.com/nlandry.
- MS Robotics Studio (qrb) http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/robotics/default.aspx
- Lego Mindstorms (qrc) http://mindstorms.lego.com/
- DARPA Autonomous Vehicle Race (qr8) http://www.defenselink.mil/news/newsarticle.aspx?id=18095
- White Box Robotics PC-Bot (qra) http://www.whiteboxrobotics.com/PCBOTs/index.html