I created this blog back in February 2008 and since that day I really tried to bring to you interesting troubleshooting techniques based on real scenarios. This blog was always something that I drove on my own free time (not that I have lot of free time), but I tried to managed my time in such way that posting here was part of my regular agenda. The numbers below show how much the traffic increased over the last couple of years in this blog and I would like to thank you all for contributing with that, is because I know you are reading that I feel energized to keep writing.
I can safely say that 90% of the posts that I wrote for this blog were related to ISA/TMG, which makes a lot of sense to me as I was working for CSS Forefront Edge Team. Yes, you read it right, I “was”. Starting Monday (Feb 14th) I will be fully dedicated to the Windows Security Team as a Technical Writer. As one of the co-authors of the Forefront TMG Administrator’s Companion Book and Forefront TMG Deployment Guide, I plan to keep writing about Forefront TMG here, but certainly will not be on the same frequency as before since I will be dedicated to Windows Security subject. From now on I will be more engaged in produce content that will be available in other locations, such as:
There are some initiatives on the Forefront TMG space that I’m still engaged during this transition phase, which are:
Again, thanks a lot for visiting this blog and I hope to keep partnering with you in 2011, now in a broader way.