VSTO, WCF, and More to Come

28. March 2007 05:57

As I was just starting to get into a regular blogging routine, I became involved with a contract that has evolved into a rather intense development schedule.  As such, there really hasn't been any time for blogging over the last couple of weeks.  My schedule should start to stabilize by the middle of next week.  So, expect to see quite a few posts start to churn out around that time.

I haven't really blogged about VSTO (Visual Studio Tools For Office), but I have thought of a few good topics over the last week or so.  Over the last several months, I learned a lot about VSTO to help fill in some resource gaps for a product Softech is currently developing.  As a side effect, it has landed me in a few contracts dealing with the technology.  Even though it isn't my preferred technological domain, the potential for what can be achieved using VSTO is pretty cool.  In the future, I will probably mix in some intermittent posts about it.

I also have two or three good articles in mind for WCF.  Hopefully, I will be able to get one of those out within the next couple weeks.  Regardless, I will definitely resume posts on WCF in the very near future. 

Stay tuned.

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