I am a developer. It happens that most of the applications I have developed are web applications. That should make me a web developer. But for the last developments in the area, I don’t consider myself one.
But I like exploring and learning by doing. That is why I chose to develop a web site in my scarce spare time.
And since I also like things with a meaning (small as it may be) I created a web site for NMoneys.
Before the storm…
There has been a slow stream of changes lately for NMoneys. That is not to say little has happened.
To start with, I got to use the library in two real-world projects. And no single developer complained. That should be a measure of success, I guess
It is not true that NMoneys is lacking a website. It has one. It is its project site. It is decently populated with examples and documentation. But there was something missing: visuals. One can stretch it, and consider part of this blog as part of that website. Or its recent home for binaries.
I started this pet project long time ago, but I kept procrastinating due to the lack of deadlines (classic).
As it goes, this release is the third incarnation of the project. It started with my happy idea of learning XAML and show off NMoneys using a Zune-looking Metro application. Unfortunately for me, that was a bigger bite than I thought. So I gave it up for a while.
…one forgets the umbrella
If this list of topics don’t get the reader a little aroused I’ll eat my proverbial hat (or stop blogging altogether), because, if that is the case, I am targeting the wrong audience pretty badly.
Here comes NMoneys.Web. Flood it with visits.