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October 6th, 2007

Be our GuestGuest Blogging

Aaron of AjaxNinja has asked me to guest blog on his site and, if we work out the logistics, my article should appear over there sometime in the next week or so.

If you would like to guest blog here on VB Notebook for .NET about VB.NET or general software development practices, please send me an email with your proposed idea. I’m always open to doing this.

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WidgetBucks and BlogRush

WidgetBucks is a brand new advertising program I’m trying out. We’ll see how it goes but it doesn’t look too promising so far. I’ll probably give it another week or two or until someone decides to buy my header banner space.

If you’re the type that scrolls way down the page you may have noticed that I’m giving BlogRush a second chance. A fellow blogger suggested that I try it again since they’ve weeded out a lot of the spam. It still doesn’t give very relevant results or bring much traffic but doesn’t seem spammy or hurting anything so I’ll leave it way down there for now.

Coming Up Next Week

It was suggested that I look more deeply into to coaching team members since last week’s article only scratched the surface so I’ve been researching this topic some this week. Maybe I’ll have an article on this prepared soon. I’m still working on narrowing down some ideas on ADO.NET, XML, and Web Services. I am open to requests, so if there is a topic that you would like for me to cover, let me know in a comment or email.

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