Getting started . . .

OK, now that that is out of the way, lets talk about code.

I work in C# using Visual Studio.NET 2008 w/ReSharper. After working with ReSharper for the last year, I honestly can't imagine working without it, hence the inclusion as part of my IDE. Why don't I throw some buzzwords at you and then try to justify them: DDD, TDD, Agile, XP, IoC, RhinoMocks, nUnit, WatiN, Patterns, Patterns, Patterns... The list could go on. Years ago, I would have defined myself (as a coder) using the names of technologies (XML, HTML, T-SQL). Now I talk more about tools and methods than technologies.

I mostly work in ASP.NET targeting the .NET 3.5 framework these days at work, though at home, in my free time, I tend to be more desktop focused.

Well, this isn't a resume, now is it? I should just talk about the things that really interest me...


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