The DotNetDoc forums have been hit repeatedly by spammers in the past few months and I just can't seem to get them to go away so I shut them down (That will stop them - lol). But this made me take a look at how this site is set up. I started with many different tabs which contained article downloads, DNN Modifications and modules, course outlines, presentation materials etc....
Well I have decided to change the format of DotNetDoc a bit. I have decided to turn DotNetDoc into a question and answer blog. Throw me anything you want. (Anything .Net that is) and the Doc will answer it here. I will be adding a comment box to the site that will allow you to post your questions to me and will post the answers here.
Now, I thought to myself (self), what if no questions come? Hmmm that wouldn't be good for the format would it. Of course not, so I have decided to kick it off by working on something that I have been thinking about for a long time.
Scott Hanselman on his blog Computer Zen (http://www.hanselman.com/blog/) had a post called "What Great .Net Developers Ought To Know (http://tinyurl.com/7mf3r
) where he posed a set of questions every .Net Developer should be able to answer.
I have decided to start with these items and answer them one by one. Then as other questions come in, I will work them in between these post. If no questions come in from my 5200 subscribers then oh well. It will be a great exercise.
So Stay tuned, I may be changing the site a bit too. Nothing too drastic. I will still be using dasBlog
for the site, I just might do away with the outer shell. (We will see)
That's it for now.
See you soon with Question #1 : Describe the difference between a Thread and a Process?