Dan Flores made his first mark on Atlanta around 1995, when a friend suggested he show his art portfolio to a tattoo shop owner and see about getting a job. After serving in the U.S. Marines for four years, Dan had been dishwashing and driving a forklift, but had never inked a tattoo in his life. He had, however, been….
Hello from the Timeline engineering team! With the introduction of our new Chrome extension for Timeline — a top Insider request — we wanted to also share details on how Windows Insiders have helped us evolve Timeline to where it is today. First, a bit of background For those new to the feature, Timeline is all about making stuff on….
“We recently built a 3D, virtual reality game,” says Mónica Ceisel, describing her latest project. “I love storytelling, animation, and cartoons. Being a computer science (CS) and art student, I’ve found a great way to marry the two worlds.” Mónica is a Windows Insider who will graduate soon as a CS major and Art minor from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.….
Daniel Schnabel de Barros is a Windows Insider and software developer by day. By night, he channels Tony Stark by tricking out his home with automation. Read on for more about his projects and how you can also get started “adding smarts” to your home. As a kid, Daniel was inspired by a neighbour who was ahead of his time.….
Franziska Sgoff was riding the train one morning when a woman sitting behind her noticed the unique way that Franzi was using her phone — with different gestures and a voice-to-text feature that enabled her to send text messages. Franzi has been blind since birth and works in Germany as a commercial correspondent and writer in English and French. The….
Women have an uphill battle when it comes to making their mark on the field of computer science: only 20% of CS majors are women, a statistic that peaked at 34% in the 1980s and continues to be declining. Even fewer women represent the engineering workforce — only about 13%, according to researchers. However, anyone who’s been to the annual Grace….
This Windows Insider story actually had its start over 200 years ago on a small island off Nova Scotia, Canada. In 1799, a deep, multi-levelled shaft was discovered on the shores of Oak Island, a long-reputed hideout for pirates. Further digging uncovered a mysterious stone tablet hinting at riches further below. That tablet would inspire over 200 years of treasure….
Nothing will stop Martijn Dendooven, a Windows Insider from Belgium, from pursuing his passion for tech. Currently 18 years old, he began teaching himself coding when he was 15 and successfully advocated for adding computer science courses to his high school curriculum. He is dedicated to solving problems through his tech skills, and he’s currently working on a project that….
As an IT pro, Mark Szili covers 35,000 desktops for the State Government of Victoria, Australia by providing help with various aspects of Windows 10. He’s also living with Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and is passionate about advocating for better educational and tech tools through the group he co-founded, ADHD Melbourne. “One of the biggest myths about ADHD is that it’s….
Hey Windows Insiders, it’s Adam back again from the Windows team with info about two new improvements we’ve made to Windows Search—both inspired by your feedback. If you remember from our previous Inspired By Insiders post, many Insiders had mentioned problems finding files on their PC. As Insiders pointed out, search was limited to documents, pictures, videos, and desktop folders.….