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
“Wait, you actually helped develop the software?” My wife asked curiously, and without accusation. Continue reading
As I settled into my seat, on a flight bound for Washington D.C., I took in a deep breath and paused in reflection; which is a preflight ritual for me on most trips. Continue reading
Things have been pretty busy in my world lately. In June I began a new chapter of my professional life, when I accepted a new position as a software applications manager in the fenestration industry. Continue reading
The 2016 Summer Term at SUNY Empire State College is coming to a close, and I’m working feverishly to reign in the loose ends of my Database Systems study. Once settled I look forward to moving on to my final term this Fall. 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
I once read that an individual Soldier’s ability to effect change on the battlefield is limited to the maximum range of his weapon.
That may have been more true in the dark days of sword and shield, but its spirit is just as alive today as it was in yesteryear. Continue reading