Den Ben’s Blog

December 19, 2007

Setting a one hour a day limit

Filed under: Propaganda — Tags: , — benpittoors @ 21:01

If you surf the web for a few minutes; type in a search query into your favorite search engine; then you’ll probably notice that millions of people enjoy their daily blog posting activities.  And I must admit, the thought of showing of my knowledge to the world through the same means – a blog – has crossed my mind more than once.  Well, the inevitable has happened: This is my first blog post!

The title of my first post indicates that I’m setting a limit however: I absolutely will not spend more than one hour a day on this blog. Most of the days I even won’t put any time in at all.

As a Software Architect I have to deal with a whole bunch of technologies every day.  So that’s what I’ll be posting about the most I guess.  So… what can you expect here (assuming you’d expect something that is)?

  • Business Intelligence related stuff.  This can go from dimensional modeling topics to SQL Server Analysis Services 2005 (2008?) cube design.  I’m still a novice in that field but I intend to become a true data warehouse guru ;)
  • C# and the .Net framework… and even Java if I happen to be in that camp at the moment of posting.
  • Agile development methodologies (Genesis)
  • I love my MacBook running Leopard so… who knows :)

And that’s not an all inclusive list!


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3 Comments »

  1. […] Off Topic, Rants — Davy Brion @ 7:52 pm A coworker of mine just started blogging and in his first post he said something that made me think: And I must admit, the thought of showing of my knowledge to […]

    Pingback by Tech Blogs: The good, the bad and the ugly « Davy Brion’s Blog — December 21, 2007 @ 19:52

  2. Welcome and have fun !
    May your blog become as known as thy wisdom :)

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Ben !

    Comment by stefan — December 24, 2007 @ 06:28

  3. Thanks! I hope you mean that in a good way ;-) lol

    Comment by benpittoors — December 24, 2007 @ 09:48


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