24 thoughts on “New .NET Reflector Ships

  1. Two years ago you would have been defended by at least ten persons. Now, only one apparently.

    That’s a start.

    Let’s see over time how abusing the blogosphere to reward yourself is going to bite back.

  2. Two years ago you would have been defended by at least ten persons. Now, only one apparently.

    That’s a start.

    Let’s see over time how abusing the blogosphere to reward yourself is going to bite back.

  3. skc,

    It’s great that Scoble has sheeps like you who don’t understand why he did that in the first place. You really swallow that Scoble posted this because he felt for it? Really, are you THAT dumb?

    I am not interested in the content, I am following Scoble strategy to see how this guy maintains his visibility out there, despite the fact he has no merit. (the only reason he got visibility before is because he was a Microsoft employee, and for some whatever reason this got him heard).

  4. skc,

    It’s great that Scoble has sheeps like you who don’t understand why he did that in the first place. You really swallow that Scoble posted this because he felt for it? Really, are you THAT dumb?

    I am not interested in the content, I am following Scoble strategy to see how this guy maintains his visibility out there, despite the fact he has no merit. (the only reason he got visibility before is because he was a Microsoft employee, and for some whatever reason this got him heard).

  5. Stephane: I used to be an editor on Visual Basic Programmer’s Journal and got interested in developer tools way back then. That interest started way before there were blogs (back in 1992) and way before I cared about getting links.

  6. Stephane: I used to be an editor on Visual Basic Programmer’s Journal and got interested in developer tools way back then. That interest started way before there were blogs (back in 1992) and way before I cared about getting links.

  7. Stephane, stop being an idiot, this post is filed under “Developer Tools”. If you’re not interested in Roberts Dev Tools posts then don’t fucking subscribe to either the main feed or the Dev Tools feed.

    Sheesh.

  8. Stephane, stop being an idiot, this post is filed under “Developer Tools”. If you’re not interested in Roberts Dev Tools posts then don’t fucking subscribe to either the main feed or the Dev Tools feed.

    Sheesh.

  9. Scoble, you are too smart to play this trick with me.

    You know what I am talking about.

    This post is about finding your way up in ranks such as reddit (or .NET circles such as Hanselman).

    You are toying people here.

  10. Scoble, you are too smart to play this trick with me.

    You know what I am talking about.

    This post is about finding your way up in ranks such as reddit (or .NET circles such as Hanselman).

    You are toying people here.

  11. Stephane: my friends who are .NET programmers say that Reflector has a huge amount of value to them. Scott Hanselman is a developer I trust and when he says something is good I’ll pass that along, thank you very much. Not to mention that I’ve met Lutz several times and like him.

  12. Stephane: my friends who are .NET programmers say that Reflector has a huge amount of value to them. Scott Hanselman is a developer I trust and when he says something is good I’ll pass that along, thank you very much. Not to mention that I’ve met Lutz several times and like him.

  13. Since Robert was a Developer Tools Evangelist @ Microsoft, I suppose that old habits die hard. That being said, Reflector is still a cool tool that deserves its share of attention.

  14. Since Robert was a Developer Tools Evangelist @ Microsoft, I suppose that old habits die hard. That being said, Reflector is still a cool tool that deserves its share of attention.

  15. What is the value of this post Scoble?

    So 1) you steal content on your “link blog”, and you 2) post stupid links with no value.

    Here is a question you might want to ask yourself before you post : what problem does Reflector solve for you?

  16. What is the value of this post Scoble?

    So 1) you steal content on your “link blog”, and you 2) post stupid links with no value.

    Here is a question you might want to ask yourself before you post : what problem does Reflector solve for you?

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