Family++; Quiet Around Here.

balance

As you may have noticed, things have been a bit quite over the past few months on here but I can honestly say that life itself has not been. I’ve been performing a very delicate balancing act between work, community things...

A Deeper Look Into Open Source .NET Development

Notes

In November, Microsoft began an initiative towards bringing a large portion of it’s development technologies into the open source. The largest and most talked about of these was the acclaimed .NET Framework and Core. Since these announcements at Connect(), you...

Migrating a WordPress Blog to Azure WebSites

Migrating

For nearly two years, this site has been running over at WordPress.com and things have been great. WordPress provided everything that I needed to really get the blog off of the ground with no financial commitments of any kind,...

Introducing Glyphfriend

Glyphfriend

During the Microsoft MVP Summit in November of this year, Mads Kristensen held a session on Visual Studio Extensibility and walked through the process of creating extensions for Visual Studio that can do all sorts of things and make...

.NET Becomes Open Source and Cross-Platform

Rejoice

This morning, the announcements made at Microsoft’s Connect() event in New York have been rippling through the web and the effects of these announcements are likely going to be felt for years to come. This post will cover some...