I had the great pleasure of being on .NET Rocks speaking about SQL Everywhere and a whole lot more! I really should have gotten them a better photo – but such is life.
I’m feeling inadequate It’s kind of amazing, this is a hot blogging day for me and Scott Hanselman still has me outpaced even though he’s in Tanzania at the moment.
What’s even more amazing is that all of his posts are interesting and informative.
Not to sound too much like a fan boy (borrowing a line from Scott himself) but several times this week I’ve been asked questions and the answer has been listen to X Hanselminutes on topics from Reflection to contact management in A Better Outlook. I’ve been doing a lot of driving lately and I’ve caught up on a lot of the Hanselminutes that I haven’t had time to listen to before.
It’s been cool getting to “know” Scott through the podcasts. If you don’t listen to it, you should. I’ve learned about a lot of little things that I have not had time to explore and gotten better explanations to a lot of things that I already knew.
I have not had time to investigate PowerShell
This is one of the best and most concise explanations of how Scrum works
I have changed how I do email because of this one
I was actually mentioned in this one about one of my little pet topics Code Generation
What was fun about this was how surprised he sounded when he said my name.
Link to http://www.hanselman.com
I know that there are a lot of choices out there and rather than just picking one or going off of one or two people’s opinion – I thought I’d just ask on my blog what your opinion is…
Feel free to comment on this in the comments or send me an email with your comments.
I know that it’s not a big deal to some others, but I’m really happy that I’ve got commenting available on my blog now.
Try it out – comment on this post. 🙂
Keep in mind that it is a moderated comment channel so there will be some lag between post and visible.
Patrick Steele (http://weblogs.asp.net/psteele/archive/2004/09/16/230473.aspx?Pending=true) and Scoble have been talking about using descriptive titles on your
Patrick went on to post about the number of pictures that are on blogs and how frustrating that is when you are offline. One the one hand, I agree with that. It’s really frustrating that when you are offline and the major portion of a given
I’m not saying that the pictures make the post but it does help the item. Some other blogs just add pictures for the fun of it and they don’t really add anything to the post.
There are few things that I’d like to suggest about pictures.
First, be judicial in your use of pictures. That is, make sure that they add something to the post.
Second, in the short term, make sure that you provide alternative text for all of the pictures on your blog.
Third, I’d love it if one on the readers (or all of them for that matter) would have an option to download pictures and the like with the posts.