Delay's Blog is the blog of David Anson, a Microsoft developer who works with C#, XAML, HTML, and Azure.
Truth be told, I'm still not sure how I feel about the use of blogs as a medium for technical discourse... But sometimes the best way to learn about something is to do it, so I'm starting my own blog and we'll see where it takes me. I'm going to try to stay focused on technology and coding and would like to post new content a few times each week. I'll definitely try to keep up with any comments that people are generous enough to post. Other than that, I have no particular agenda; topics will probably be drawn from my daily experiences and based on my areas of interest.
My work experience at Microsoft: maintenance and development of the Windows CE Pocket Internet Explorer application (including the addition of JScript support and a DOM), some work on the Windows CE Terminal Server Client, considerable work on the cellular infrastructure for the Windows Mobile Smartphone and Pocket PC devices (including radio interfaces, SMS, and WAP), and quite a bit of work on the MSN Instant Messenger servers (including application development and manageability improvements).
I've recently joined a new team here at Microsoft and am looking forward to playing with (and blogging about) many of the new technologies coming out of the Developer Division. I hope folks find this blog useful - I'll do what I can to keep it interesting!