4. October 2011 10:25
I am a software entrepreneur and have been one. I started developing software for various clients since I was 14 (I got addicted young). I spend my days, and often nights, developing cutting edge software for a wide spectrum of customers. Although my most recent development endeavors have been focused on the justice system, I am always up for a new challenge. I love the bleeding edge; I have plenty of battle scars to prove it.
I am an explorer by nature. I am always working with the constantly evolving and changing world of technology. Some call me a workaholic, to which I respond that I am on a life-long learning quest... there just are not enough hours in the day to learn everything I want to know. Either way, I spend all of my free time researching latest ideas and pushing personal and business limits. As a result, I have developed a knack for figuring out various problems and their corresponding solutions.
In my most recent quest to upgrade the processes used by my own company, I noticed that various portions of the technology we are use to implement these processes are either not apparent or are not documented clearly. Realizing how frustrating this may be, I decided to take the plunge and start chronicling some of my adventures, many of which result in a happy ending while others... well, not so much, at least not right away.
If you are reading this, chances are you have started a knowledge quest of your own. Any questions and/or comments you may have are always welcomed (you never know what could spark yet another adventure into the unknown).
Technology is a wonderful tool; but it can also be a powerful adversary if things go wrong. It is my goal to help you figure out a way to tip the scales in your favor.
... and so the adventure begins...