11. February 2005 06:00
Well, so much for my goal of trying to blog once per week.
With trying to wrap everything up with my last job, starting this new job, and having a grand total of four entities asking for my time right now, I'm somewhat behind on my contributions to the .NET community. (That would be this blog)
I promise this weekend I'll get to at least one of the things I've either promised or thought about posting:
- SSL-like key exhange algorithm in managed code
- Creating a verifiable CD-key scheme using managed code and crypto.
- Creating Designer surfaces in .NET
- WYSIWYG printing for the compact framework
- Litmus test rants for enums, services, reference data and more
- Creating RSS using XSLT and custom types
All in all, I have a lot on my mind and posting about it helps organize those thoughts. I suppose if anyone out there wants to see one of these items before the other, send me an email and I'll do that one first.
Post Script: My "IT Slavery" article wasn't meant as an attack at anyone except the specific individuals I had those conversations with. You know who you are. I really didn't mean to discourage anyone from the rewarding field of consulting either. I've actually gotten email from a student saying I am a student studying C# and I found your blog through google. I don't think I want to be a consultant now.
Obviously, despite the issues, consulting is still the life from me, just be aware of what you get yourself into kids.