Any code of your own that you haven't looked at for six or more months might as well have been written by someone else. --Eagleson's Law

Cambia Research Launches Developer Education Website

January 01, 2007


Well, it's been nearly five years since I wrote this article. Cambia Research has done very well even with a limited number of articles. I've had more than 2.5 million actual page views in that time.

Today I'm relaunching the site with more of a blog feel. I plan to remain focused on all things Microsoft from the developer's perspective. Stay tuned. I look forward to seeing more of you.


Cambia Research launches its new website dedicated to developer education with an emphasis on Microsoft technologies.

The purpose of the new site is to facilitate the open exchange of knowledge both by providing tools and information and by making it easy for other developers to share their knowledge.

A Few Words from Steve

Hi Coders, my name is Steve Lautenschlager. I started Cambia Research in 2002 after leaving Microsoft to move back to the midwest. I absolutely love programming and have been a coder since I was 13 years old and got my hands on my first Apple II. Since then I've worked with a wide variety of languages and operating systems, but the Microsoft .NET platform has proven to be the most powerful and versatile coding platform I've experienced.

Our new website, launched January 1, 2007, is dedicated to supporting, in all aspects, the community of Microsoft developers.

Your patronage through your use of the site and your article contributions will help to support our efforts.

Individuals and companies who wish to advertise or donate may contact us through the contact form on this site.

Happy Coding!

Cheers, Steve


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