Who I am

public class Blogger : Person
   public Blogger()
      this.Name = “Micah Martin”;
      this.Job = “.NET solutions developer”;
      this.Location = “Charlotte, NC”;
      this.Hobbies.Add(new Hobby(“Classical Pianist”));

      If (DateTime.Now > New DateTime(2009, 3, 2))

“And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” – Romans 8:28

“Trust in the LORD with all your heart, And lean not on your own understanding; In all your ways acknowledge Him, And He shall direct your paths.”  – Proverbs 3:5-6


4 Responses to Who I am

  1. Stever B says:

    I saw your recent question got killed on SO. I don’t know if you saw my answer to post to Hacker News.

    Also, I might be interested in your project and I know a few other devs who might be as well. Shoot me a detailed proposal and I’ll take a look and pass it around.

  2. micahlmartin says:

    Stever –

    I didn’t see your post before mine got blown away. Thanks for the follow up. I knew my post would get slammed, but what are you going to do.


  3. Daniel says:

    Mr. Martin:
    I saw you post on Stack Overflow, and I would enjoy the opportunity to help with your project. Please feel free to contact me. I look forward to hearing from you.


  4. ebenroux says:

    Hi Micah,

    Nice profile idea! :)

    I saw this question on SO:


    I don’t want to place too much about my FOSS service on SO under the NServiceBus stuff so I thought I’d try and contact you directly — this seems to be the best I can do.

    My project is here: http://shuttle.codeplex.com/

    The point is that Shuttle is pipeline-based so there is a ReceiveMessagePipeline. To access/change a pipeline you write a simple Module that plugs into Shuttle. For your case one could add an observer that does the log4net change after the message is deserialized (to check for the relevant message types to get the TraceId).

    Anyway, it would be nice to receive feedback should you not be too far down the NServiceBus path.

    Kind regards,

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