Damian had a fantastic suggestion - a blogger get together during the upcoming Security Summits.
This is a great idea. Anyone in each state willing to arrange something??? I will be at the Sydney gig, but not in the other states.
I love it when I find more Aussie .NET developer bloggers. Here's another one - Damian Maclennan.
Do yourself a favour and check out his blog, and in particular, the Bondi Sunrise.
He's been blogging for a while - I've got a bit of reading ahead.
Got another note today from an Aussie developer blogger, but this one is a bit special.
The note was from Joel Pobar, an Aussie (Queenslander in fact) who is working for Microsoft as a Program Manager on the SSCLI. How cool is that!!!!!!
G'day Joel. I look forward to reading about your exploits with ROTOR.
Now, I have added Joel to the OPML, but do I classify him as an Australian .NET developer, or a Microsoft guy???
Justin King went to the recent MSDN Update and liked what he saw.
I love reading stuff like this.
Got a comment on the post calling for aussie developers who are blogging.
Welcome James Roe-Smith to the community. Looking forward to reading what you have to say about things.
Here's a summary of the info we have pulled together - latest aus dotnet developer opml , feedster feed, cool summary page.
One of the members of my team has started blogging - Jason McConnell.
Jason is a super guy who has done some fantastic things in his career - and I hope he shares some of these stories on his blog. I have had the pleasure of being his manager for the past 18 months, and love having him on the team.
It is really good to see another Aussie Microsoftie getting the blogging bug.
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