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Why I Write

I’m on Day #2 of the 10 Days to a Better Blog online workshop and the assignment for today  is to meditate and write down the answer to your “why” in terms of your writing, and they even provided a nice template for the content that I’m happy to adopt as my own. I’m beginning to define […]

Summary of five years

“What have you been doing these last few years?” was the question Péter Halácsy asked me during my visit to Prezi. I was there for the CTO equivalent of a developer exchange: learning how things were done at Prezi, sharing my observations, and then speaking at the Budapest Jenkins meetup. Prior to my visit Péter had […]

StrengthsFinder Report Circa 2005

Back in 2005 I read Now, Discover Your Strengths and took the original StrengthsFinder test. My top 5 strengths were: Strategic: People strong in the Strategic theme create alternative ways to proceed.  Faced with any given scenario, they can quickly spot the relevant patterns and issues. Input: People strong in the Input theme have a craving to […]

Career 2.0: What’s your strategy?

Jared Richardson and Matthew Bass are working on a new book on actively managing your career, and as part of that effort they’ve started a blog on it called Career 2.0. On Monday their entry was “What’s Your Strategy?” where they asked: What’s the single best career move you’ve made? The worst? Do you have […]