It’s strange to think that’s it’s 2010 already and I haven’t blogged since June. It certainly hasn’t been for lack of things to blog about — if anything, I’ve been too busy working on things to blog about them, so whenever I’ve had something to share I’ve usually used Twitter because much easier to fire off a quick tweet than to write a blog post. However, I’m determined to start blogging again so that I can share detailed information to which I can refer people more easily.
So, over the next few weeks, I’m going to try to catch up a bit. I intend to blog about the following topics:
- Binding techniques for C++ libraries, based on what I learned from PhyreEngine
- A tiny library I wrote for simulating cooperative microthreading using IEnumerable
- The IPhone addin for MonoDevelop as an example of a custom project type
- An update on building Moonlight projects with MonoDevelop
- Some of the new features in MonoDevelop 2.2 and trunk
- [Turning a GTK# application into a Mac app bundle](/journal/2010/01/24/creating_mac_app_bundle_for_gtk_app and integrating with the dock and main menu
- The Mono.TextTemplating T4 library I developed for MonoDevelop’s ASP.NET MVC addin, and its IDE integration
- The talk I gave on MonoDevelop at MonoSpace
- The difference between Web Applications and Web Sites, and why MonoDevelop only supports the former
- Plans for improving the file/project templating system in MonoDevelop
- Some of the photographs I’ve taken over the past 6 months
I don’t have any particular order planned, so if there’s something you’d particularly like to see, leave a comment and I’ll try to take it into consideration. I’ll link the items in the list through to the posts as I make them.