Consulting – The Business Side of Software Development
Back in January of this year I finally signed up for Brennan Dunn’s DYFC Masterclass. I say finally because I had it in my mind to do so, for several years now, ever since my colleague Joel Hooks gave an overwhelming testimonial for it. When I signed up, I got DYFR for free, along with a ton […]
What I’m listening to, now
When I was driving back and forth every week from Maryland to Atlanta I would listen to a slew of podcasts and audio books. Most of the podcasts were related to iOS, a platform I’m quite passionate about.
Podcasts I’m currently listening to
I previously posted a couple of times what podcasts I was listening to. Back then, I was driving up and down the East coast every weekend between Maryland and Atlanta, so I had a lot of time to listen. Now, my commute time is much less, thankfully. That also means I spend less time listening […]
Behind Flash Platform
Peter Elst has hit the nail on the head with this article.
The idiocy of technical interviews
Some time ago I read this post, “I will not do your tech interview“. It’s an awesome commentary and I agree with it wholeheartedly. As a consultant, I have to do a lot of interviews, and many times it’s hard to know a lot about the company who is going to interview me, or their […]
On building and marketing your application
from one of my LinkedIn contacts (re-posted with permission): Hello Mr. Kamal,Thanks for adding me to your professional network. I’m a student at Marymount University, and I’m pursuing my master degree in interior design. I’m taking a course in professional practice this semester, and working on a business plan project! My business plan is about […]