@JoshRoss: Just the usual I actually do web development now, not nearly often enough with Microsoft technologies, but I try to use the appropriate tools for the client and the hardware, etc. A mixture of ruby, PHP (yes I know, but it can be done properly as long as you don't have to maintain nasty old code), and a little bit of ASP.NET.
Life is good. Interestingly, when I first came to C9 I was just in my second or so year of university, and I was trying to get by with a severely limited knowledge of programming, the real world, etc. Amazing to look back at where I was just that short amount of time ago and see the progress I've made.