Goodbye DOTNET-CLR and DOTNET-ADVANCED
Well, after more than 2 1/2 years, I've unsubscribed myself from the DevelopMentor hosted DOTNET lists. I just can't deal with the volume anymore. Not that I was really a high volume poster anyway, but I did lurk, and would help out if I could.
The reason I say "if I could" is that my day job just didn't allow enough time to keep up with the volume of those lists. Many times, I would let the email filter into a spicific folder, then I would flip through them in the evening. The problem with that is most times, by the time I found a post I could answer, someone beat me to it...
So, for a bit of nostalga, I though I'd include a link to my first post at the DOTNET list. Apparently, I was having problems commiting changes in a dataset (notice I called it ADO+, for those of you who missed the pre-beta1 PDC bits from Aug. 2000, .NET was called NGWS and everything was a + [ADO+, ASP+, etc.], correct me if I'm wrong, but I think NGWS stood for Next Generation Windows Services).
Anyway, whose got time for a discussion list when there's all these kick ass blogs to read! =)
[Listening to: Harsh Stone White - Skinny Puppy - (06:58)]