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This is very likely the last post I'll publish here for the foreseeable future. The primary reason for this is because for nearly two years now I have not used .NET seriously in my day-to-day work; .NET is no longer my present or my future.

Therefore, I'm closing down this blog. I will keep the domain alive for as long as the Google Analytics tell me posts here are still finding and helping developers; I've been very lucky and written some relatively popular posts over the years so I think it worth keeping alive.

That brings up the question of the present and future. Currently my focus is on design, iOS, Node.js and HTML5. I have also recently started blogging again, so if you would still like to follow my adventures in design and development please visit http://blog.paulj.me/ and if you've found this post by way of your feed reader, then please update your links to point to http://feed.paulj.me/.

Note that both of these URLs redirect to my new home, which is just a stop-gap, so please ensure that you bookmark the addresses above not where you end up after following the links.

Finally, a big thank you to all the people who have followed my .NET adventures and I sincerely hope you follow me on to my next adventure too.

--pj