Originally I used this site kind of like a public OneNote. As time has gone by and making use of John Sonmez’s coruse on Creating a Blog That Boosts Your Career I felt I should change things up a bit.
I want to focus this site on information that would be useful to the enterprise web developer since that is basically what I do at work. While I am focused on the Microsoft side some things might be useful across different platforms.
The adventure could be some of my experiences at work, something I’m trying to learn, or something I read. Hopefully it will be interesting and useful to others. Ideally it should save my fellow developers some pain, and maybe I can learn something new from the comments.
Tools, Tech, Patterns, and Frameworks
Most of the tools I use are Visual Studio, SSMS, and Team Foundation Server. I am working on using GIT since half of the team is moving in that direction.
Basically I am a husband, father, budding amateur photographer and most of all a geek. I love games, although I’m not as good at the FPS type as I use to be, but I still have fun.
My real passion is for development. I have been doing web development since the late ’90s. At that time I was doing classic ASP and really did not make the jump to C# and Web Forms until well into .NET 2.0.