Live, From Vermont…

Here it is, then.  Another first blog entry on .NETWebLogs.  Thanks, Scott!

A cheap jerseys brief summary paper of nerd credentials follows:

Installed and managed WAIS and Gopher servers in Academia in the early 90’s, my first web server in ’94 on an RS/6000 AIX box, and have been building online applications ever since.  Registered the domain in May 1995, so I will also answer to Mr. Digital.  Have built online apps in PHP, then Cold Fusion, then ASP, and since TechEd 2001 Atlanta and Beta ????????????????????? 2, wholesale nfl jerseys exclusively .NET.  I am an MCSD and cheap jerseys China since 1999, the Lead Developer with a privately-held engineering firm in Pittsburgh, PA, doing that work from Burlington, Vermont since April of 2000.  Oh yes, as an active member of the outstanding Vermont .NET User’s Group, I am also a pal of Julie’s.   So forget all the other stuff, just know I am in the POJ goat Club (Pal Of Julie.)

I wholesale jerseys plan to write about my daily maturation as a .NET developer, hard-earned lessons, and the fun of discovery.  I have a “.NET Discovery of the Day” Post Category to which my goal is to add to daily.  I in know this won’t happen, but .NET is all about discovery, how to do it better, faster, cleaner.  This is my primary blogging intent.  Secondarily, I want to write about This Developer Life, not as a sage for having done it so long, but as a pupil finding my way.


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A long time developer, I was an early adopter of Linux in the mid-90's for a few years until I entered corporate environments and worked with Microsoft technologies like ASP, then .NET. In 2008 I released Sueetie, an Online Community Platform built in .NET. In late 2012 I returned to my Linux roots and locked in on Java development. Much of my work is available on GitHub.