Blogger Spotlight: Arcane Code

16. May 2007 20:19

I am on vacation this week.  As such, I have been extremely lax on posts.  Actually, I haven't made any posts at all.  Originally, I had intended to write about one or two things this week.  However, I lost most of my drive to do so once arriving at the beach. 

So, where am I?  Until Saturday, I am down at Panama City Beach.  I have been here since last Saturday.  We couldn't have asked for better weather.  It has been great...just a little warm for my taste.  Otherwise, it has been a great escape from the office and other stuff.

At any rate, I thought I would take the easy way out and defer you to another blogger in my absence.  Robert Cain, aka Arcane Code, has been running a blog for some time now.  He has turned into quite the blogging machine.  Typically, he posts once every weekday.  Robert writes about a wide variety of subjects, but most of it centers around Microsoft .NET.  However, I have even seen a few posts about Ubuntu. 

He is a great addition to the Southeast blogging community for Microsoft technologies.  I would definitely recommend subscribing to his blog.  The chances are that you will see something that interests you.  Here is a link to his FeedBurner feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/ArcaneCode.

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