New Company, new job, NGenerics

I've recently left Avision to join Intervate. Although I miss Avision and it's people tremendously, I felt that I've reached my maximum growth point and that I needed some new challenges.

I've been an employee at Intervate for two months now - and it's a great company : Microsoft Gold Partner, intelligent and competent people, exciting projects and learning opportunities.

At the moment I'm somewhat of a contractor - but that should pass pretty soon.

Other than that, I'm working hard to get the 1.3 release of NGenerics out of the door. A lot of focus is being placed on the quality of the library - thus a couple of breaking changes have been introduced (like the changing of namespaces). After this release however, NGenerics will remain pretty stable (and backwards compatible). As we go along and change it, we'll start marking methods as deprecated whenever changes are made breaking compatibility with previous releases.

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