No more .NET articles on this blog, unless something really interesting happens. Most of the .NET posts are there by accident; I accidentally ended up doing nothing but .NET build and release management work.
It’s just not likely that there’s a great deal of .NET developers who:
- care about deployment and CI matters
- want to read blogs about deploying .NET code
- want to read blogs about deploying .NET code written by a Unix Systems Administrator
- actually get around to reading this one
Don’t get me wrong. I’m not bashing Microsoft. C# is a fine language, their database system seems pretty solid, and Microsoft’s build/deploy story has come a long way since the early days of .NET.
It’s just not my tribe. Java, Ruby and Unix systems are, though. So I’m writing about them.
If you do care, and want to tell me how you’re a .NET developer who misses my contributions to the .NET community, I’ll be delighted to read your comments and guest posts. Otherwise, Scott Hanselman’s blog is over here.
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