.Net ramblings
# Saturday, 13 March 2004

Hi, welcome to my blog.  This is where I will post solutions to problems I encounter while writing software for the .Net platform, in the hope that they may be of some use to people trawling google for an answer to the same problem.  I realise that I wouldn't be half the developer I am today if it weren't for the likes of Charles Carroll's aspNG community, GotDotNet, ms newsgroups, asp.net, windowsforms.com, to name but a few.  I have drawn on these resources for advice and technical assistance many times and this is my way of returning some of that generosity to the community at large, (as well as a space for me to rant about stuff and things).

a little about me
I've been developing in .Net since Beta 2 in 2001 and I write in C#.  I did my undergrad in University of Limerick in Computer Systems, and now I am self employed, doing contracts, training courses, developing software, etc. in Limerick, Ireland.

Flying Simon's Super-10 kite at CastleGregory, Ireland 2002Outside work, I like surfing, table-tennis, flying big kites, cooking and other stuff, so from time to time, you may see the odd post that is nothing to do with .Net...

Saturday, 13 March 2004 19:12:01 (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00)  #    Comments [3]  General

Saturday, 11 March 2006 17:12:11 (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00)
Very interesting, Thanks.
Please put more of it!
Friday, 12 May 2006 02:52:00 (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00)
Hello Tim,
Did you study in Toronto with me or is this another Irish man, Tim Mackey.
Adam Poda
adam poda
Wednesday, 30 May 2007 07:42:36 (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00)
Cool, I just graduated from the Computer Training Institute of South Africa and I'll be using this site a lot as I master the practical side of programming.
We have similar interests and I look forward to hearing more stuff, not only about programming but also about your other interests.
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