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
“Wait, you actually helped develop the software?” My wife asked curiously, and without accusation. Continue reading
The thing that most layman don’t understand about database design is that on the surface the interface may look intuitive, but that type of simplicity comes at a heavy cost of discernment on the part of architects and developers. Continue reading
This summer is an exciting season of my life at SUNY Empire State College (ESC). As a senior at ESC my days as an undergrad are coming to a close, and as a non-traditional student my experience during this transition differs greatly from that of my traditional counterparts. Continue reading
I can’t explain how happy I am, having received the final outcome of my Data Structures and Algorithms (DS&A) course. It’s deeply satisfying to achieve goals, especially when the adversity you face seems overwhelming. Thankfully I haven’t been cursed with having too much quit in my personality! Continue reading
Personally, I find great peace in knowing that lasting purpose exist within my technical work. Continue reading
As a Christian I feel self-examination is a key element of my faith.
As I walk with Christ I continually find myself asking where God exist in the work that I do. I’ve been a Christian since my youth, so my answer to that question has often vacillated over the years. Continue reading