TrayJoe TrayJoe

Niner since 2005

Started dev career at PKWare working on early PKZip products. Wrote the DoomED Windows level editor, published several books on games. Later founded NeoWorx and sold it to McAfee, where the Personal Firewall product is still the one originated at NeoWorx. Now CEO and Founder at TrayGames, a new multi-player casual games network built entirely on .NET technologies.


  • Mike Arcuri - More business intelligence in Office 2007

    Nice stuff.

    When's the last time Mike got a day off and more than 5 hours sleep?  Looks like he could use a vacation.
  • Kids Programming Language

    xeubie wrote:
    Damn...the video is going really fast. You all sound like chipmunks.

    I always have problems with your videos...first it was when the video would turn green and invert upside down, now this.

    I'm on XP. Is it just me?

    Wow, sounds like you have some seriously messed up codecs.

    This thread will give you some ideas on repair;
  • Cleartype Team - Typography in Windows Vista

    scobleizer wrote:

    Splitting vids up makes them much harder to produce -- I'm evaluating doing that, though, cause lots of people want me to do shorter vids. That's why we developed the clip technology so people can tell you what the cool part of the video is.

    Perhaps more useful than splitting would be producing more than one resolution.  That could be automated fairly easily.   Personally I'd be interested in higher res versions as well, especially when the topic is something graphical.
  • Abolade Gbadegesin and team - Networking in Windows Vista

    This is great stuff guys.  When I ran the McAfee Personal Firewall group we came up to Seattle in 2003 to talk about what we wanted to see in the stack to make implementing our products easier.  Great to see not only that this has all worked out with the improvements over TDI, but the performance improvements as well.

    So much stuff we used to have to do ourselves, now baked in.  Very cool, but I remain glad I got out of that line of business Smiley

    Is the deep stuff going to be exposed to .NET?  Will it be possible to write complex security apps solely in managed code?