In August 2008 I started a separate blog, At the time, I felt that it was best to keep my ASP.NET writings separate from the rest. Dynamic languages were still heresy among many programming circles, and my articles on general programming were definitely targeted towards a different audience. However, since Microsoft has released the DLR and publicly embraced dynamic languages, much of the FUD they originally (maybe unintentionally) encouraged has been displaced from people's minds. I don't see any reason to keep the blogs separate anymore. I plan on merging the content soon, shortly after I get the comment situation worked out. My previous CMS used IntenseDebate for commenting, but I'm having trouble getting the IntenseDebate plugin to run on wordpress, so it make take a while.

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Nathanael Jones is a software engineer, father, consultant, and computer linguist with unreasonably high expectations of inanimate objects. He refines .NET, ruby, and javascript libraries full-time at Imazen, but can often be found on stack overflow or participating in W3C community groups.


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