The ASP.NET weblogs are still using .Text which, frankly, is a bit annoying to work with and just plain 'old'. Pete LePage showed me the MSDN blogs which use the (much newer) Community Server 2.0 codebase so I'm going to switch to it. They look much cooler anyway. Hopefully my blog will still be syndicated on ASP.NET so the readers can keep up to date with my happenings.
In other news, you'll notice on the new blog that I'm now a "Visual Web Developer" tester as well. Actually, the truth is that after ASP.NET 2.0 shipped, I found it to be a prime opportunity to shift jobs and join the test team that is responsible for the GUI. While both teams are quite integrated, they are certainly distinct and have their own test methodologies. This is going to be a great experience and I really like my new team.
However, I can't seem to just let go of controls so I expect you'll continue to see posts from me about custom controls and navigation tricks as well as a strong forum presence.
Here is the new address: http://blogs.msdn.com/dannychen