Hello out there!
I’ve been privileged to work with many great people and companies since 1995, when I first started working as a consultant. I’ve helped companies to create Web applications from an idea, to learn programming languages, to improve their business processes, and to optimize their databases.
The time has come to describe some of what I’ve learned. Sure, I’ve given plenty of conference talks, and my Linux Journal column has been published every month since 1996. But there are all sorts of things that are too short, or too esoteric, for those forums, and this blog is where I can share some thoughts on the intersection between technology and society.
Given that I’m also finishing a PhD in Learning Sciences at Northwestern University, you can expect to see some comments about technology and education here, as well. You’re also welcome to check out the Modeling Commons, the collaborative platform for NetLogo modeling that I have created as part of my doctoral studies.
If you have any ideas, comments, or suggestions, I’m happy to hear them; always feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I read every message, and am happy to hear from clients and colleagues.