www.asp.net gets RSS

Yes — www.asp.net has finally jumped onto the RSS bandwagon.  We are now sending out the article feed — I’m subscribed http://www.asp.net/modules/articleRss.aspx?count=7&mid=64  



Just got back from COMDEX — This is a conference that I had wanted to go to for a long time.  When I was in high school, and a super big geek, this was the place I had to go.  I never went — It did not live up to my expectations.  Mind you it…


Welcome to the blogging world

Or I should say, my blogging World — check out Aaron Roe Fulkerson’s  Blog, good source of information


TechEd 2004

Yes, it is already time to start thinking about it — at least for me.  I wanted to ask all of you, what you want to see at TechEd.  What Visual Studio .NET 2003 and .NET F/X 1.1 content is important?  What “Whidbey” content will help you?  Are there Hands on Labs that will give…


Blogging is good

Posts like this are what make it worthwhile to blog.  I just wish I had more time to dedicate to it 🙂


Three million bloggers?



Want your own blog?

Get it now, for free!  Some guy is hosting Moveable Type based blogs for free at weblogs.us You get a blog, 100mb of hosting (for photoblog or whatever), and 1gb of traffic FOR FREE..  what a deal — if you wanted to start blogging but weren’t sure how to get started, now you can! Good…


Google Index = 118 (yes I am a geek)

the things you do late at night when you don’t feel well.. delirious even.. go see Kill Bill if you haven’t — think all the good parts of Pulp Fiction with twice the gore of Resevoir Dogs — its a trip.


Actions speak louder than words

John Coggeshall has started an interesting dialogue on his blog about why Microsoft cares about open source (specifically PHP)… you should check it out and join in on the discussion.


“Pretentious” vs. “Snobbish”

JohnMont put down the results of a rather long conversation about the differences between snobbish and pretentious that occurred on a walk back from the PDC with Prashant and myself.  It even continued on into conversation at the Engine Company — I think we were being snobbish that night.