I have just started a new blog where I’ll be sharing technical (geeky) stuff with the Microsoft .NET community. My first article is entitled “HttpModules and ASP .NET page caching in Sharepoint“. The articles I’m posting will mostly be Microsoft Sharepoint related, but it will also contain general .NET content as well.
The next article that I’m working on is about customizing Sharepoint 2003 search to add additional intelligence by allowing the user to enter quotes and constructing the query so that keywords are AND’d instead of OR’d to increase relevance in the results. It also needs to consider invalid characters and noise words in the search text box.
Anyway, every time I post something on the technical blog, I’m not going to write about it here, I’m simply going to put a link on the left-hand side with the most recent article. I know that the technical blog will definitely bore 97% of my Urban Country readers.
Here is the link: http://www.imason.com/blogs/jim_schwartz
So I visited your new blog. While I consider myself quite tech savvy, I couldn’t figure out what the hell you were talking about. 🙂 You did warm about that though. I guess I have more learning to do after all.
How’s the new job, btw? Are you still enjoying the new smaller-staffed-beer-guzzling environment?