I’ve been rather lax in posting lately. Work has been busy lately. It seems like we’ve been signing up new clients left and right which may potentially double our current traffic. Add that to an active development cycle and my days are pretty full. My side business has been brisk as well. I’ve got two different web services that I’m in the middle of building and a client with challenging needs using both. I’m practically writing code from the time I wake up til the time I go to bed.
Next month I’ll be at Penguicon where I’ll be running a panel on Mono, the open-source runtime that supports C# and the .NET framework. I’m also trying to finish my Mono article for Ars Technica. I’m trying to get it finished in time to be published before Penguincon, but there is a lot of material to cover and little time to do it in.
Spring is finally here and that means it’s time to get off my ass and get some work done around the house. Cleaning the garage, fertilizing the lawn, and tilling the garden are all on my immediate TODO list. It’s starting to warm up but it’s rainy and gray. There are still puddles of standing water in the field behind the house. I probably shouldn’t complain, though. It could be snowing.