For those of you following my blog, I have not written in some time. This is because, like many things, time has significantly changed my priorities. I find it fitting that this blog is titled RefactoringSelf, because I have been heavily involved in changing my career and my goals. I recently finished my MBA and got a Business Architecture certification. My family has also expanded to four children, which provide me with much joy.
I am still a die-hard fan and participant in software development and programming, but I also am starting to focus on the wider needs of the industry and focusing more on the business end of things.
What does this mean for RefactoringSelf?
I am still committed to providing good content that can help developers, but I will expand my topics to other areas that can improve your role where you work as I delve into different concepts that will round out you as a software developer. After all, you might be the most technically brilliant person in the room, but what good is it if you can’t relate to or understand the problems the business is facing?
New content you say?
Yes, it is my intention to provide content on new subjects such as:
- business topics
- soft skills (writing, communication, team building, strategy)
- enterprise architecture
- business architecture
I am continuously having experiences and challenges. My hope is that I can provide you with new interesting content that will save you a few steps (or a few missteps).
I am looking forward to continuing to share my journey and with you and hopefully get some great interactions with you in the future.