After 10 incredible years at Adobe, I’ve decided to get back to my developer roots and move to Google. I’ll be heading up the developer advocacy team for Google Cloud Platform. If you haven’t looked at GCP lately, you might be surprised (I was!). You can also get a sense of the amazing momentum at the […]
Most people don’t know that Google Mail has some unique “features” when it comes to your email address. All of the following email addresses are exactly the same from Google’s point of view. All of them will end up in my gmail inbox: firstname.lastname@example.org (what I commonly share) email@example.com (what some other Greg Wilson commonly […]
Amazon recently announced a new feature in Amazon S3 called Lifecycle. It allows you to create a rule that does one or both of the following based on the age of the objects in the S3 bucket: Move the object to Glacier (super-cheap offline storage) Delete the object permanently from the bucket I decided to […]
There are many Amazon EC2 users like me – those with a handful of micro, small, or medium instances to run various web services, etc. I have a personal account with Amazon with a single EC2 small instance for my aerial photography business website as well as various websites for friends and family. I recently […]
Behance is described on http://www.behance.net/about as “The leading online platform to showcase & discover creative work. The creative world updates their work in one place to broadcast it widely and efficiently. Companies explore the work and access talent on a global scale.“. Of course, you’ll find amazing work in graphic design, architecture, photography, illustration, etc., but what […]
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I’ve been an active photographer for over 25 years both as a hobby and for hire. During the past 9 years, I’ve had a very active aerial photography business, Tiger Aerial Photography. I’ve always owned two types of cameras — SLRs (recently the Nikon D70, D200, and D300) and compacts (recently the Panasonic DMC-LX3 and […]
As we approach Adobe MAX, it can become challenging to keep up with all of the Adobe news! A couple of years ago, our team created something to help — http://adobeevangelists.com (or RSS version) and now, we’ve improved it. This blog is an aggregation of all of our blogs in chronological order. When you click an […]