Learning WebGL has a new owner: Tony Parisi

I’m delighted to announce that as of today, this website has a new curator and owner: Tony Parisi. Tony co-created VRML, the first 3D toolkit for the web, in the mid-90s, and has been writing and lecturing on developing applications in WebGL for the last two years — his excellent book on it was recently published by O’Reilly.

It’s fantastic news that he’s been able to step up and take over the blog, making sure you won’t lack for news and tutorials. I wish him the best of luck and look forward to the cool new stuff he’s planning to add here — come back over the next day or so for announcements about that.

So, from me… it’s been a great experience running Learning WebGL, and now that it’s in safe hands for the future, I can safely say so long, and thanks for all the fish. Thanks to everyone who’s sent in a link to a demo, commented, and otherwise got in touch over the years. You’ve made this blog what it is.

Cheers,

Giles

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14 Responses to “Learning WebGL has a new owner: Tony Parisi”

  1. tony says:

    Hi all,

    I am simply delighted to be able to continue the great work Giles started.

    Giles, you are not only smart and passionate but you’re a true gentleman. Thanks so much for your Herculean effort with the transition. I promise that I won’t let you down!

  2. Excellent news! Thrilled to hear the site is in good (and very capable) hands!

  3. Totally cool! Looking forward to lots of awesome stuff…Sandy

  4. TC says:

    Congrats Tony! It is in good hands!

  5. Raul says:

    Hi, Giles

    As the chinese translator of your great WebGL tutorials, I want to say that it really helps many developers to know, to learn WebGL. Sometime before, everyweek the best moment was reading your WebGL weekly update. Thank you!

  6. zproxy says:

    Awesome. Will that mean we will have the weekly WebGL review back? :P

  7. Mathieu Laurent says:

    Thanks Giles for your work. I learned WebGL and followed the news about it on your website since the beginning.

    Good luck to Mr Parisi. I read your book during this last Christmas holidays ;-)

  8. AngeZanetti says:

    Great ! i can’t wait to see the updates :)

  9. tony says:

    @zproxy Yes it does! Stay tuned, trying to get back to the weekly roundup tomorrow!

  10. giles says:

    Thanks, everyone! I’m glad the blog’s been useful, and am delighted that Tony’s able to take it over and restore it to its full glory :-)

  11. Lindsay Kay says:

    Indeed! This site is an awesome resource, very much looking forward to the weekly roundup. Congratulations!

  12. Peter O'Shaughnessy says:

    Thanks from me too, Giles, and best of luck in your new endeavours!

    Congratulations to Tony and thank you for taking on the running of this great resource! Your book was very helpful for me. I look forward to seeing where you will take the site! :-)

  13. Rikard says:

    Fantastic to hear, and thanks Giles for everything up until now.

  14. I just stumbled on your tutorials because I’m addicted to the free versions of Minecraft right now and interested in creating something in my browers. I looked at some of the original NeHe tutorials when I did work in OpenGL for a graphics course a few years ago so I like what Giles is done.

    I remember Tony’s name from the VRML days. Great too see you out there Tony! Still not sure HOW exactly I know your name but… I have a copy of both of Bernie Roehl’s REND386 books and glad to see I can learn something of WebGL.

    Keep up the good work!

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