CSharp411.com is For Sale!

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The CSharp411.com domain and website content are for sale for just $499 or best offer.  Please email admin@tiwebb.com to make an offer or ask questions.

This site has generated about $130 in ad revenue so far in 2016, and back when I was updating it regularly, it was generating over $100/month.  This site currently receives about 7,000 visitors per month.  Note that past performance does not guarantee future results, and your results may vary.

DevTopics.com is For Sale!

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The DevTopics.com domain and website content are for sale for just $995 or best offer.  Please email admin@tiwebb.com to make an offer or ask questions.

The DevTopics.com site has generated about $300 in ad revenue so far in 2016, and back when I was updating it regularly, it was generating over $250/month.  The site currently receives about 11,000 visitors per month.  Note that past performance does not guarantee future results, and your results may vary.

I’m Back!

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Theresa and Timm Martin in front of Half Dome in Yosemite National Park, California

My wife and I have returned from a one-year RV trip across western USA, Canada and Alaska.  It was an amazing trip, truly the adventure of a lifetime.  Although this has nothing to do with C#, if you are interested, please check out our photo tour at National Park Explorers and our behind-the-scenes blog at TNTRV.

Now that I am back working, I will start updating this C# 411 blog again on a regular basis.  Please comment below if there are any C# subjects on which you’d like me to write an article.

Hello, World

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The default WordPress blog title “Hello, World” seems appropriate for the debut article of a software development blog, so I’ve decided to keep it.

I never thought I would write a blog. Adding to the 175,000 new blogs on the Web each day didn’t seem like a worthwhile endeavor. What could I possibly say that hasn’t already been said? But then I realized that at least once a day I learn a new tip or trick that could possibly benefit someone else. Many times I’ve found the answer to a tough problem from some generous soul on the Web, so I wish to repay the favor. Plus I suppose I have a story to tell that software developers and entrepreneurs may find educational, if not entertaining.

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