“The End of Blogging?”

Microsoft MSDN Blogger, John Daskalakis, had been writting about "Action plans and problem solving" — for the last few years, John gathered his "troubleshooting steps used in his daily work. Plus the occasional errors encountered and how to deal with them."
But now John has abruptly quit "The End of Blogging"
Dear all,
You will not see any more posts in this blog
Unfortunately due to lack of free time, I cannot continue blogging. Please don’t send me any more emails, as this blog will be unmanaged from now on.
Regarding SQL server, you can instead visit the blogs of the SQL team:
Thank you and goodbye,
John Daskalakis
"The End of Blogging?" — I worry John may have put too much pressure upon himself. Blogging is supposed to be "fun" — it’s quality, over quantity.  Ending your blog is a bit dramatic . . . and certainly not for me!  (^_^)

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BLAKE was a Microsoft MVP and award winning programmer with over 20+ years experience providing complete Windows and networking support for small to medium sized businesses. BLAKE is also Jazz Musician and Instructor for residential clients on the Los Angeles West Side.
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