Quick blog from inside the Coffee Shop. Sitting at Vic's in Boulder writing some code for use in a current project.
I learned a bunch just sitting here - Boulder is wierd...I love it.
Trying to manage a bunch of projects and developers has its challenges and rewards.
Websnare feels a constant need to better ourselves and our work; not in a cycle of never obtainable goals but one well worth striving towards.
So today I am sitting at Vic's it is 4:20 on a Friday afternoon. My weekend is planned out, my work is cut and dry. I have been listening to the table next to me discuss predictive mathmatics for finding and predicting weather patterns.
I keep hearing things like, "The natural question that comes to my mind..", "If you put out hexagonal nodes you will certainly get stretching, but the sphere...., must use a radius function...", "...In the XYZ node if we rappell to the disc,... the cluster nodes of the disk, we drop nodes in the program.. blah blah blah"
So, lately Websnare, Inc. has been working diligently.
Lots of new projects.
We have new a deployment and maintainence solution for an existing enterprise-level system.
Including making available to our customers: LMS course development, learning managmement systems and ecommerce ecommerce solutions.
So today I thought I would start with a blog post about my workspace and environment. I thought it might be nice for our clients and prospective clients to see where I do my labor. Many of our clients are surprised by the amount of equipment we use to produce our products. This is my desk, where I work while I am at our office. I tend to hyper-focus on web development and design work while I sit at my desk on typical days. There are those days that are the exception to the rule, but if I am at my desk I am typically working hard on client projects or finalizing deals.