Leaving aspfaq behind

You may or may not know that I was the primary author over at aspfaq.com. Earlier in 2006, I allowed another entity to take on the web site and incorporate it into their grander scheme of IT resource sites.  Unfortunately, their transition as a little slower than I expected; more recently, the site has been taken over by malware slimeballs, so please don't go there.

But their content management system has either been broken or off-limits at various times since then.  I have sent them bug reports and minor updates to several articles, but so far, these have been low on the list.  I want to ensure that you all understand that I have faith in the new owners, and that they will pick up the slack once they get all their content management systems aligned.

In the meantime, I will be posting topics of interest to me here, as well as addendums to articles over at aspfaq.  I have promised them that I will continue to promote the site and publish content, so don't be surprised if something you see here suddenly becomes an article over there.

My first post with any substance will follow shortly; I have kept a running log of SQL 2000 and SQL 2005 builds and hotfixes that have been released since about mid-September.

Aaron Bertrand

I am a passionate technologist with industry experience dating back to Classic ASP and SQL Server 6.5. I am a long-time Microsoft MVP, speak frequently at conferences, and write at SQLPerformance and MSSQLTips. In real life I am a father of two, an architect at Wayfair, and my pronouns are he/him.

3 Responses

  1. AaronBertrand says:

    Not sure what you mean, Kevin.  It's there for me now, but I don't know what was going on March 7th…

  2. Denis The SQL Menace says:

    Welcome

    I am looking forward to your posts Aaron

    Denis