You were probably beginning to think that I was one of those flash in the pan bloggers. Here one day, gone the next. Nope.
It's been a while, but I'm back. Some things beyond my control happened. They sucked, but they're in the past now. Time to keep moving forward.
My next post will focus on GitLab: an awesome alternative to GitHub if you have the resources to host it locally (and these days, just about everyone should have those resources available in some form or fashion). After that I'm hoping to move onto some F# posts. While I've been enamored with the language for some time, I haven't had the chance to really put it to use until now.
I'm also planning to continue my work with Antlr. According to Google Analytics that's what brings most of you to my blog anyway.
Beyond that we'll just have to wait and see what catches my interest. I'm doing my best to talk my current client into using a document database for caching. Not only is it something I want to learn more about, it's something I honestly believe is to valuable to pass up. Why hammer your relational DB when you can just grab the data from a cache or a secondary data store that has the data in the format you need without having to do four hundred joins?
Thanks for stopping by. I'll have that GitLab post up soon (unless things start to go south again).