January 12, 2016 · 2 min read
I said in my previous post that a lot can happen in 2 years. In that time span I've: Moved to using a MacBook and OSX. OSX being very BSD-like makes it an prime target for web development. It isn't the second class citizen Windows is in the Ruby or Node.js communities. Transitioned away from .NET and don't really miss it. I do randomly play around with .NET core when possible but I haven't actually built anything with it. This was honestly very huge at the time but I still feel I made the right decision. Though Windows 10 is the platform Windows 8 ...


October 8, 2010 · 2 min read
I promise I haven't been intentionally neglecting you, Mr. Blog. A lot has changed since the last time I posted here. I basically got laid off from a position in IT working for my dad's company at Omega HR Solutions, Inc. I transitioned into a career path I chosen in college: software development. It was rather fortunate that I had been doing a lot of work in .NET throughout the 10+ years of working for them to produce relatively usable code. My current position is with Swerdlin & Company officially as "Software Developer" until a cooler title can b ...