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OK. So not so spent.

OK. I know I said I was going to end saleslogixblog.com but I've changed my mind. I'm going to keep it around a bit more. Jeremy Brayton brought up a good point in the comments. This blog is a good place to post the tid-bits, leaving the beefier articles for slxdeveloper.com. So I'll keep it around.

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About Ryan Farley

   Ryan Farley is the Director of Development for Customer FX and creator of slxdeveloper.com. He's been blogging regularly about SalesLogix since 2001 and believes in sharing with the community. He loves C#, Javascript, Python, web development, open source, and Linux. He also loves his hobby as an amateur filmmaker.

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Jeremy Brayton said:

I can only imagine how hard it'll be though. I manage one blog where I post everything (and I have a problem doing that). You manage 2 blogs (if not more), slxdeveloper.com, SalesLogixUser.com, and possibly other things as well. I know each site is unique but it can be a challenge to juggle it all while trying to work 9-5.

I'm glad you segregated things this way but you could also add a category to ryanfarley.com and post saleslogix stuff there. I know that domain costs, hosting costs, and other hidden fees I know nothing about are what is keeping this place going. It may not be worth the cost to keep it up when you can possibly change other things around and accomplish the same goal.
July 23, 2004 2:57 AM
 

Ryan Farley said:

Hey Jeremy,

I've thought about the idea of adding a SalesLogix category to my main blog at ryanfarley.com, but for some reason feed better about keeping them separate. A lot of the stuff I post to ryanfarley.com sparks little interest in the average SLX business partner and SLX admin type person. And the stuff I post here (SLX related items) has little value for the people who read my blog (who go there for the C# related topics). So I keep things separate...at least for now.

Cost isn't such a big deal, I host all my own sites myself on a beefy server over a T1. So really it just costs me the domain registration and my time ;-)

-Ryan
July 23, 2004 9:11 AM

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