Sunday, January 22, 2006

Silence is a virtue...

I was looking for some way of explaining my recent blog silence. As one who likes to use the words of others to explain things that are difficult to explain in my own words, I hit the quote book and encountered this gem by Sally Berger: "You never saw a fish on the wall with its mouth shut." That doesn't really fit, but I found it kinda funny and that will have to do.

In addition to the typical excuse of the holidays, I also recently changed employers. This has the side effect of changing the type of development I do. Keeping with my philosophy that I speak only for myself and not my employer, I will not divulge the name of my current employer. I will also not divulge anything that could be considered something other than generally available developer knowledge. So in reality, the only thing that could possibly change is the type of content.

Most likely I will be delving into topics such as .NET Development, the Compact Framework, and native Windows Mobile (Windows CE) development/debugging. Some of these postings may be about deployment concerns in the Windows Mobile environment. Content suggestions related to this area of development are welcome. I also plan on finishing up a few posts on MSI related subjects I started a while back after some editing and reviewing.

If you have questions regarding MSI of other installer technologies, please keep them coming - many of the privately asked (and answered) questions I have saved as blog post drafts to be completed later, and I will continue to attempt to answer them time permitting.

In the meantime, constant reader, please bear with me while I adapt to my new environment and gather together some new (and old) content.

2 comments:

Brian said...

I look forward to the new topics. Hope all is well at the new Job.

Brian said...

You must be a very virtuos person...