I’m sure some of you will have noticed I’ve been a little quiet recently, not posting many blog posts and not releasing many updates or new tools. This is mainly because I have been struggling to find time to do both my full time job working as a network/system admin as well as putting in all the time required to update and release my software. So… I’ve decided to quit my job and now intend to focus on developing applications!
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So now that I’ve finally got the first version of my file system permissions reporting tool out there, you may be wondering what I’m going to be working on next… well you probably weren’t wondering that, but I’m going to tell you anyway.
Last year I spent an awful lot of time helping other developers and IT Pros out on vbforums.com, spiceworks.com, Technet forums, MSDN forums, and posting a few things on this blog… but this year haven’t really had that much time to do this – so it was a bit of a surprise to find out I’ve been awarded a Microsoft Community Contributor award for 2011! I’m pleased all the same of course and it is nice to be recognised for helping others. Hopefully my contributions will continue to be useful to other people in the developer/IT Pro community.
I’ve finally got round to sorting my website out – there’s still some work to do on it but the basics are in place and I can now start adding information and download links for applications I’ve written. I will probably still add posts to this blog when I release a new application or an update for an existing app, but you will be able to find out more info and download links on my website. Feel free to check it out and let me know what you think – www.cjwdev.co.uk
So this is my first blog entry on this site (and my first blog entry ever in fact). I dont want to bore you too much in this first post so I will put a description of myself and what I do in a separate “About” page later on.
This blog will basically be used to post updates on the .NET programs I am currently working on, along with any useful tips and suggestions that I discover along the way. Hopefully some of it will be useful and/or interesting to other people out there working on similar projects.