This is Dave Nesbitt's home on the web.
Dave Nesbitt is a 40-something-year-old Brit. He works in IT, specializing in Microsoft Identity Management software (FIM), lives with his darling wife and two youngest kids in the Pacific Northwest of the US, not far from Seattle, and has another son in the UK at Essex Uni. He likes golf, skiing, cocktails, good wine, beer, cider and cigars, good books and comics, birds, music, cricket and rugby and is interested in politics, science and philosophy. He needs to lose some weight.
This site contains the following content:
The DIM Blog - a blog dedicatated to Identity Management, especially Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) and related stuff. This blog is the latest of many and, like its predecessors, is not updated nearly as often as it should be.
I Byd It - Dave's personal blog with the sort of stuff you normally find in personal blogs.
The old DIM Blog - some postings on Identity Management from a couple of years ago
- The DIM Report - Dave's old website and newsletter about Identity Management from way back (2003). Of interest only to historians of Identity Management.