Tuesday, January 30, 2007

I've averaged 13.5 posts per month over the last 37 months to arrive at today's post #500.I'm not sure if I'll make another 500 posts, but I have pages of notes for posts covering ASP.NET, AJAX, Windows Workflow, WCSF, and more. I also have enough material for at least 15 more "What's Wrong with This Code" posts, which several people have told me are fun and educational. One day, I might even finish my "Design Patterns - A Love Story" post. Then again, maybe that story should be purged from the Internet forever. 

Thanks for reading!

Jon Galloway Tuesday, January 30, 2007
Congrats! I've been reading you ever since post 68, "Fun With C# and HP Laserjets". Great stuff! Thankyou for sharing so much information with us, and the sentient sea creatures who have tapped our undersea cables.
Elijah Manor Tuesday, January 30, 2007
Keep up the great work! I enjoy reading your posts. They are very informative.
Keyvan Nayyeri Tuesday, January 30, 2007
Congrats man :-)

I've been your regular reader for a long time (especially before Scott Guthrie moves many visitors to your site). OdeToCode has been an excellent .NET site for me and I hope you can keep it up as well as the past.

+ I'll reach to 500 very very soon ;-)
Haacked Tuesday, January 30, 2007
Thanks for writing!
Sahil Malik Tuesday, January 30, 2007
Man, you have an excellent blog, and you are a really smart dude. I like to hang around you because it gives some people the illusion that I'm smart too.

BTW - you wanna do a repeat of that belly dancing place we went to?
scott Wednesday, January 31, 2007
Yeah - let's go. That was good food, but I think the atmosphere might be better in the summer months :)
Rajeev Gopalakrishnan Thursday, February 1, 2007



Milan Negovan Thursday, February 1, 2007
Love your stuff, Scott! Keep it up.

Pssstt... I got a review copy of your WF book. :D
Eric D. Burdo Wednesday, February 14, 2007
WOOHOO! 500! (ok, so I am a bit late).

I like the "what's wrong" posts. Most are over my head (I rarely do web development, and rarely use C#), but I usually learn something. I wish more people would do them. They are fun.
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