It seems that J2EE oriented developer site TheServerSide has
opened up a sister site oriented around the .NET platform, naturally called TheServerSide.NET.
Not being a J2EE developer, I haven’t read much from TheServerSide, but I do
recall there being some controversy about their involvement in a .NET adaption and
benchmarking of Suns ”best practices” example ”Pet Shop”. However, I do believe they
had fairly good reputation up till that point at least.
The new site looks interesting, and has a RSS feed, so I’ll be keeping an eye on it.
Already I’ve found this
interesting article linked from it, about how to keep control over the design
of your URL’s in the ASP.NET framework. I like it when people care about how their
Speaking of URLs, the ones provided by this blog look pretty ugly. The BlogX software
I’m running seem to have been superceded by dasBlog,
and I was thinking about upgrading to that, but then I got to read Martin Fowlers WhatIsABliki,
and decided that it would be so more much worthwile to think about what could be done
with a Wiki-style approach to publishing. Ideally, I would like to have something
that I post to like it was a blog, but where posts that deal with the same subject
gets aggregated into Wiki-style articles over time.
In fact, that is what I wanted to do with The swedish punk/hardcore archive (SPHA)
(Now I’m gonna get soooooo many google hits from people looking for ”swedish hardcore”),
like eight years ago, only neither blogs or wiki was established at that time. I am
such a visionary.