Well, if I’m wondering about that every now and then, I’m sure some of the more loyal readers of my blog must be wondering the same thing, given the sparse nature of blog updates in recent months. The answer is, since I’ve started working for Developer Express, I’ve been doing that many different things that it’s just hard to keep track of them, and I haven’t found myself with the free time needed to continually update my blog. But I see that this is a Bad Thing and I’ll try to do something about it. So what have I done? Let’s see:
I’m currently working on an article about DXCore for German dot.net magazin. Not sure when that will be published.
DevWeek 2006 is here in London Feb 20-24. Looks like I’m going to be there – if you’re around, feel free to drop by the Developer Express booth for a chat.
As far as I know, I’m going to do a talk about CodeRush and Refactor! at the March 14 meeting of The Developers Group in Hammersmith. Their official agenda for that day is not yet up, that’s why I’m saying “as far as I know” 😃 Should be interesting though - the talk will not be too long and it will provide an overview over functionality offered by these two great products.
Several other things I can’t currently tell about 😉
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