Calling all Australian .net developer bloggers


I am keen to create a list of Australian .net bloggers and make an OPML file (OPML is “a file format that can be used to exchange subscription lists between programs that read RSS files, such as feed readers and aggregators.”)  available for anyone who wants to add this list their own rss readers AND i will get a summary RSS feed created that incorporates all these bloggers – that’s the wonders of rss, the stuff doesn’t need to be hosted in the same place.


So, if you are an Australian who is blogging about .net development, please leave your details in the comments of this post

Comments (39)
  1. I’m a research student (read: dev wannabe) who implements in .NET. My blog is at http://www.dcooney.com

  2. Mitch Denny says:

    Hi Frank, my blog is at http://notgartner.com, great idea!

  3. Justin King says:

    Always happy to talk about .Net and anything geeky 🙂

    http://geekswithblogs.net/jking/

  4. JosephCooney says:

    this.Nationality = Aussie;

    this.Geek = true;

  5. Aaron Cooper says:

    I’m not sure how .NETish it is just yet, what with that whole "no work = nothing to do" situation, and it’s hosted on "the other side", but here’s mine. 🙂

    http://www.jroller.com/page/phloggy

  6. Not much activity last month, but still here

  7. Tim Walters says:

    Hi Frank,

    You probably got mine from the mailing-list, but just in case:

    http://weblogs.asp.net/TWalters/

    Cheers,

    Tim

  8. Please add me to the Aussie .Net blog list…

  9. Joel Pobar says:

    I’m an Aussie, originally from Brisbane!

    http://blogs.msdn.com/joelpob/

  10. Damian says:

    Count me in 🙂

    Maybe we should organise a blogger get together at the security summits ?

    Damian

  11. My blog is a bit of a mix between personal and .NET related stuff, but if you subscribe to the work category (http://httpcode.com/blogs/Rss.aspx?CategoryID=1) you can filer out all the personal stuff.

  12. Tatham Oddie says:

    Again, a mix of personal + .net – but choose the "professional" link and you’ll lose the social side.

    Currently the .net area is rather bare – only just uploaded it 2 days ago – but i’ll start putting up copies of my presentations, etc as soon as they are ready for release.

  13. Yeah, I’ve been meaning to do this for a while…

  14. Hi Frank,

    I’m a .Net developer based in Melbourne, Australia. My weblog is at http://weblogs.asp.net/acampbell. I work at David Trewern Design (http://www.dtdesign.com.au).

    Is there an RSS feed for Aussie bloggers that I have missed?

    Alex

  15. Anonymous says:

    Yesterday, Coatsie blogged a good list of links to the blogs of DPE Team Members, you can see the list

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