New Years Resolution - The Technical Version

3. January 2007 17:14

I have been rather slacking on blog posts over the last month or so.  Between the baby, work load, and the hectic nature of the holidays, it has been difficult to find the time to keep up with blogging.  So, I thought it would be appropriate to start out the new year by posting the technical version of my New Years Resolution since it is related. 

  1. Produce a minimum of two useful blog posts each week
  2. Devote a few hours each week to answer questions in the technical forums
  3. Continue to expand my knowledge of WCF and write several advanced demos

There you have it.  Stay tuned during the course of the year to see whether I live up to my own expectations.

Good luck to everyone with their own resolutions.

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