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About Me

So…who am I?

Mr. .NET is James Johnson. I’m in my early thirties (okay, 32) and interested in anything technical. I’m a mid-Michigan native and moved into enemy territory…Columbus, Ohio a few years ago.

I write code and design solutions for clients of InfoPlanIT, LLC and in my off hours I spend my time writing code on my own projects, playing a multitude of video games, complaining about the latest pork spending by the government, and rooting for the Red Wings.

About 6 months before moving to central Ohio I had just started getting interested in astronomy again, sparked by the discovery of Starry Night software. I spent many clear nights outside just gazing at the stars before buying a pair of binoculars (8x56mm). When I moved down to Ohio on January 2nd, 2006; I soon found myself without a night sky to look at. I’m still interested in space and astronomy, but now I only get to gaze at the sky when I visit my parents or on clear nights at my girlfriend’s house.

Thanks to some training from work I am also a Certified Scrum Product Owner.

You can e-mail me at my google mail account: jtjohnson.

Certified Scrum Product Owner

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9 thoughts on “About Me

  1. James,

    I have a program called ImpactMail – http://www.impactmail.com

    The programmer who wrote the windows sending service moved to Cali on me a few years back. He has been helpful, but he simply does not have the time.

    The long and short of it is that the windows multi-threaded sending service he wrote keeps dying on me after we upgraded servers.

    I saw your article on this on codeproject, and want to know if you can sell me a multi-threaded windows based sending service complete with instructions.

    Posted by Stuart Jordan | March 9, 2007, 8:02 am
  2. Next time you get that itch to see stars on a clear night. Come out here!! The stars are crystal clear and I have a huge field on top of a hill for your panoramic viewing pleasure… Plus, I’d like to see outer space through that telescope you got… 🙂

    Posted by Luc | January 4, 2008, 1:36 am
  3. well.. if you cant find one in the night, feel free to stare at sun… that thingie has started showin up more often these days…

    Posted by raji | March 5, 2008, 7:46 am
  4. Hi, my name is Christy and I am currently an intern at a small business intelligence company, LogiXML, working in their Software as a Service division, LogiOnDemand.

    My reason for commenting is that I’m curious of your impressions on a new product we are readying for launch. Thought you might be interested as our free software is based on excel data. If you have the opportunity, I’d greatly appreciate it if you took a look. The website is http://www.widgenie.com/. Feel free to register for a free account.
    Thanks so much,
    Christy

    Posted by Christy Simmons | June 27, 2008, 3:09 pm
  5. Did Data Dynamics CLOSE?
    The web site is DOWN and no one answers the phones…

    Please let me know…

    Posted by Jim House | September 15, 2008, 5:55 pm
  6. Data Dynamics is still open; central Ohio had a bad wind storm come through which knocked out power to the office. Hopefully it’ll be restored soon and I can get back to work 🙂

    Posted by James | September 15, 2008, 7:46 pm
  7. Hi, James!

    Now i’m looking you article on http://www.codeproject.com/KB/cs/htmlparser.aspx
    And i want to use your html parser in my FREWARE programm, can i do this? I’m developing chat client for russian social network http://www.vkontakte.ru

    Thanks

    Posted by ALBERT | August 3, 2010, 6:51 am
  8. Hi Albert,

    Yes; all of the code associated with articles where I am the sole author has the BSD License applied to it (or another similar open license). You are free to do with the code pretty much whatever you want.

    Posted by James | August 3, 2010, 12:51 pm
  9. Hello, James,
    How are you. This is Eric Liu from China. I am searching some programmers, especially those are expertise of native advertising system. I heard your name from codeproject.com, i am writing this message to enquiry are you interested in the developing the Chinese market. We have a lot of market resources, and want to find a partner who is the real expertise to provide the technique support. So, are you interested in or not, please let me know, thanks.

    take care
    Eric

    Posted by eric liu | July 31, 2016, 9:49 pm

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