IT pros and developers often dream about earning a side income, or even starting their own business. These are worthy goals, but more challenging than they appear.
Over the first 16 years of my career I worked for 9 different companies. One company was acquired, and the new company went bankrupt. Another company had me on a rolling contract, which eventually ended when they outsourced the role. For all the other companies I worked for I resigned from my job. The reasons […]
This isn’t the blog post I wanted to publish first in 2019. But life has a way of throwing curve balls when you least expect it.
Does the IT industry have an age discrimination problem? What can IT professionals do to stay relevant as they get older?
The important lessons I learned from watching my first business venture fail.
My thoughts on the Lenovo ThinkPad P50 mobile workstation after two months of using it as my primary working computer.
There’s been a lot of noise on-line lately from publishers who are getting upset about the rise in usage of ad-blockers by their website visitors.
One of the more frustrating posts I see in my blog comments, or in a forums thread, is “Nevermind, I found the answer.”
What I’ve been up to during the month of October, 2015. Writing, learning, podcasting, and working more securely while away from home.