Category Archives: Software Development

Do Good Work for Selfish Reasons … Sort Of

By | September 14, 2023

OK, so that post title is a bit click-bait-ey, but it’s a really relevant title so I’m going with it. Hopefully you will see why in a couple minutes. The Job Market Sucks Right Now Pretty much that. In software and tech, the job market is tougher now than it has been in recent memory.… Read More »

Amazon Forces RTO, Cites Increased Nearby Restaurant Sales Increases as Reasoning

By | August 25, 2023

What is serendipity and how does it connect to software or the production of software? Beats me! But apparently Amazon is using an executive’s personal serendipity to “know” that forcing remote workers back to office is better. Yes, really, this isn’t a joke. As you may know already Amazon forced most of their remote staff… Read More »

The Importance of Simplicity in Software Architecture: A Guide for Success

By | August 19, 2023

In the fast-paced world of software development, simplicity in design and system architecture is VERY often overlooked as a critical component of a successful project. While there is a tendency to focus on performance, scalability, and other technical aspects, the truth is that simple architectures are more efficient and ultimately more successful in the long… Read More »

My 2nd Patent as an Inventor has been issued! (Patent 11011258)

By | March 14, 2022

I’m proud to announce another patent where I am a named inventor has been issued by the US Patent Office. This is patent 11011258 – Systems and methods for data processing and performing structured and configurable data compression. That is a long name, but essentially the invention patented relates to novel methods for encoding and… Read More »