You'll be seeing a flood of blog postings over the next month or so, as we migrate our collection of DevNotes (what we call technical solutions in ADN) from the members-only ADN website to this blog. Once this is done, we'll be retiring those DevNotes on the ADN website and writing all our new articles directly on this blog. This also marks our last ever DevNote migration project - updating several thousand DevNotes every time AutoCAD breaks binary compatibility. In future, we'll simply make a new post if something changes. That means you may have to tweak code you find in very old blog posts in the future.
I also expect the rate of posting to reduce once that migration is done, as we move to blogging about interesting new things we're working on, and new questions we've been asked. Sorry in advance if we overload your RSS feed.
BTW A big thank you to those of you who are already posting comments. We chose a blog format because it allows us to post information quickly - without the overhead of a formal publishing process and its associated proofreading and editorial work. Because of that, you will sometimes find code that isn't opimized, isn't localized, and (hopefully very rarely) contains a bug. That's where the other convenient aspect of a blog comes in: its easy for you - dear reader - to write comments or suggestions, and for us to go back and tweak the code we post if necessary. We're always happy to receive constructive comments, questions and suggestions.