New Blog Features


To meet the needs of various readers, some of whom would like this blog to be totally focused on Silverlight features, and some who value a broader perspective, I’m making a few changes.

[1] All entries will have one  the tags listed in the table below,  starting immediately. This should help readers filter and find what they are looking for.

[2] I’ve broken out all discussion of Mac programming to a separate page accessible at any time from the sidebar.  There will be a brief entry tagged Mac when that page is updated.

[3] I’ve started a page on IronRuby and it is my intention to learn IronRuby and, eventually to begin providing IronRuby samples for many of my videos and tutorials. This too will be accessible from the sidebar.

[4] Consolidation and Focus: all non-Silverlight/programming related material has been moved off of this blog and to the latest incarnation of my private blog. All technical information has been consolidated from all other blogs to this one. 

[5] All Twitter accounts have been closed except  this one (@jesseliberty) which I am using, among other things, as a mini-blog and for general tweets. [It is far less structured that this site; caveat emptor.] Its use will wax and wane, but I do intend to use it a good bit more.


Tag Definition
Silverlight Information about the language, programming, etc.     
Mini-Tutorial Extended discussion on a Silverlight topic
Announcement Information of general interest to the community
Blog Information about this blog
Perspective My perspective on a technical issue
BlogUpdate Updating a previous entry
IronRuby Announcement that the IronRuby page updated
Mac Announcement that the Mac Programming page updated
Event Announcement of an upcoming event
Book Announcement of a forthcoming book (or related)
Video Announcement of release of a video
Tutorial Announcement of release of a video
Interview Announcement of an interview or podcast

I expect that while a majority of the entries may be tagged with one of the bottom 11, the vast majority of the words written will be tagged with the top 2. It will be interesting to track.




About Jesse Liberty

Jesse Liberty has three decades of experience writing and delivering software projects and is the author of 2 dozen books and a couple dozen Pluralsight & LinkedIn Learning courses. He was a Senior Technical Evangelist for Microsoft, a Distinguished Software Engineer for AT&T, a VP for Information Services for Citibank and a Software Architect for PBS. He is a Xamarin Certified Mobile Developer and a Xamarin MVP and a Microsoft MVP.
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