I'm just wrapping up my first day here on the new job at CodeProject. The facilities are nice--it's pretty much your standard cube farm with some folks in offices + open spaces, and the decor is quite yellow, much like the site itself. I'm obviously in no position to talk about color overload, since I forced my readers and site visitors to endure all that pink :) Curiously, there's a door to a stairway here with a sign that reads, “Open door with caution, there may be someone on the other side.“ Well, duh. I'm wondering if there's a story here, perhaps the building was the subject of a lawsuit prior to that sign going up.
My basic duties right now are getting up to speed with the site itself, and more particularly the ASP.NET content currently on the site. They're looking to make ASP.NET a major part of the site, so I'll be looking to help fill in the gaps there. Any suggestions regarding the ASP.NET materials at CodeProject are welcome, or even general comments about what you like to see in a good ASP.NET community and reference site. I'll also be writing some ASP.NET articles myself, and assisting in the rewrite of the site from Classic ASP to ASP.NET (yay!) For those that aren't aware, CodeProject is always looking for members to submit articles, so if you've ever wanted an opportunity to write up a little something about .NET that might help others, please stop by and submit an article!