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
Recently I’ve been spending a lot of time searching for the “zone” while deep in technical thought. As a non-traditional student I spend my days working in information technology, and my night’s engrossed in technical theory while studying information systems.
These are busy days in my journey at Empire State College. The summer term(s) kicked off, adding two more studies to my busy schedule (Systems Analysis and Design, and Introduction to C++ and OOP). Memorial Day weekend served as the opener for my family’s 2015 camping season (we started this year’s series of outdoor adventures at Cranberry Lake State Park), even while in the midst of all of this activity my classmates and I have been preparing ourselves for a rite of passage; as the college is preparing to host its Forty-Third Commencement Ceremony. Continue reading