To whom it may concern.
It has been difficult to achieve my target of 1 blogpost per 2 weeks because of various reasons. Luckily these reasons are all… Really awesome! So I thought I’d share it with whoever is interested. Here we go:
- I have been very busy with arranging things for… Dramatic pause… My new job! Per 1 November I am going to work at Sound of Data (http://www.soundofdata.com) who are responsible for complex software like mass voting systems of, for instance, The Voice (of Holland)/Junior Eurovision Song Festival . For this job I need to dive in to the world of distributed systems with messaging architectures (like MSMQ/NServiceBus) and similar technologies. I am really excited, but really busy right now because of this.
- I finished an article about Dependency Injection and Interception (AOP) just before my holiday, and as I was ready to post it I had the opportunity to have it printed in a magazine first! How awesome is that? This means however that I am allowed to post it online after the magazine has been released (which I will do in a week). This also means I didn’t have time to wrap up a new post for my bi-weekly update. So again, a magazine is going to publish my article! If you can read Dutch you can find this magazine here: http://www.sdn.nl/portals/1/magazine/SDN-Magazine%20126.pdf
- I have been on vacation in August. If my wife would’ve seen me writing about work-related stuff she would’ve ripped me a new one! So, couldn’t do anything but relax… How sad for me. 😉
So I hope I will be able to frequently publish a post again. I am going to try. The next post should be about how Dependency Injection makes your Unit Testing life easy (with XUnit/NSubstitute), and after that I want to do one about lifetime management with IoC Containers (like Unity). At least you know what is keeping me busy right now, thank you for your continued interest.