So here's my first post over at devlicio.us. I won't go into my resume or anything (you can read my profile if you are interested in that) but just a brief mention what I prefer to blog about.
I typically am only concerned with technology here. Our family and my personal blog are here.
For me, the blog is like a scratch pad where I publish solutions to various problems I encounter or overcome through the course of my work. These might be little bugs that I had to contend with or perhaps major architectural 'a-ha's that I finally understand. I especially try to hit on topics that I had difficulty finding through google or user groups.
A major reason I blog is because I like to help people along as far as I can in solving various questions or quandaries that I have wrangled with thus far. Being self-taught and working alone has been a challenge for a variety of reasons, but blogs have helped me tremendously so I try to return the love. I am confused on things sometimes but I try to remain humble and am always wanting to learn.
My work right now is primarily split between WebForms and Monorail on ASP.NET, but I also have completed Ruby on Rails projects over the last year, so my posts will reflect these frameworks mostly. Topics I find myself posting on are:
- NHibernate discoveries or best practices
- Domain Driven Design implementation ideas
- Design Patterns applied
- Castle Project - Monorail discoveries and tips
- Various Bandaids used to deal with the open wound that is WebForms
I'll try not to waste your time. I'm not real interested in slinging mud and prefer to generate more light than heat, nor will I waste time with 'meta-blogging'. I'd rather see code and actual product so I'll do my best to output as much of that as I can.
Thanks to devlicio.us for having me !
09-26-2007 9:55 PM