Over the few years, I’ve worked for or as a consultant for three different start-ups, and they’re a roller coaster. Two of those have gone out of business, and the third is my current client.
This morning, my client told me they are planning on managing their cash flow problem by making it at least partially mine: I’m back in the market looking for a new engagement, starting basically immediately. It’s the consultant’s life, I realize, but it really doesn’t make it that much more comfortable.
So, if you or someone you know is looking for a first-class Java architect (very hands-on), agile coach and/or application security specialist, please get in touch.
Last year, I retired my Palm Treo 755. It was a sad moment for me, but I felt that, with the new WebOS on the Pre and Pixi, PalmOS was a dead platform, and I needed to move on. I’d been using PalmOS for a long time, having originally carried a Palm V way back when they were new. I feel like I’m missing a friend now. Read more
It’s amazing to me the lengths people will go to in order to have something “useful” to do at work. The problem is, in their quest to have something to do, they tend to make more work for, and slow down, the rest of us. Read more
- Ars Technica
- Dark Reading - IT Security
- Help Net Security
- SANS Internet Storm Center
- Schneier on Security - Dr. Bruce Schieier’s blog
- Security Info Watch
- What to Fix - Daniel Markham, fellow consultant
- Wired Gadget Lab
- Wordpress Documentation
- WordPress Planet
- Wordpress Support Forum