Autumn Has Come: A Retrospective

Recently Chaumont, New York, met with its first blanket of seasonal snow for 2018.  Continue reading

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Finding Perspective Camping at Keewaydin State Park

 

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A daytime view of the shore.

Looking into the field of stars above, which hung shallow over the river, Venus sat comfortably in the arms of a crescent moon.  My 9-year-old daughter was struck by its beauty, exclaiming “WOW, so pretty!”  Continue reading

7 Principles for Success in New Software Product Development Projects

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Morning sun through the pine.

Being that I found my technical roots in public service, I never considered the art of creating software through the lens of a new product development project; until I experienced the last two years of my life as a software applications manager.

Now I consider new product development par for the course implementing any new software development project. Continue reading

College Graduation: A Season of Transition

In June I completed the final work of my undergraduate studies at SUNY Empire State College (an independent study of Database Application Development). Which, naturally, moved me into a transitional season in my life. Continue reading

Arlington + Meditation On Analysis

A collection of visual candy from my trip.

I spent the majority of last week away at a Residence Inn in Arlington, Virginia; where I met with fenestration industry professionals to discuss further development of the NFRC’s commercial program. Continue reading