Diversity is important. In the past I've mainly published my articles on CodeProject. For an introduction to the C# language I've utilized Tech.Pro, which provided a nice canvas for sketching all the important parts that have been part of my lecture. I also published two articles on the Intel Developer Zone (IDZ), however, I felt that posting in IDZ is like writing to
/dev/null. But besides Tech.Pro and the IDZ I did not publish to any other (online) magazine.
So I've decided to change this monoculture starting in this year. My web articles will now be published mainly to SitePoint. I am also planning to write a very special series, which will be available on tuts+. At the moment I do not have any plans for more C# articles, but it could be that I am going to expand my horizon there as well.
My first article on SitePoint has already been published. I give an introduction to Jake, the tool which completely replaced Make in my toolchain. From the introduction of the article:
We should not have to fall back to an ancient tool-chain, just to have a working build system. We should embrace modern technology and a software stack that we know very well. In this article, I’ll introduce you to Jake. It combines the concept and the advantages of Make with a Node.js environment. This means we can use any module we like and that scripting is not only possible, but encouraged.
I won't mirror articles from SitePoint or tuts+ on my site. I will most probably just show teasers and emphasize links to them.