Getting Back in Touch/Looking for Work

There is one upside to looking for a new job, you get to speak to a lot of friends and colleagues you haven’t spoken to for some time. I try to stay in touch with people and there’s quite a few I do manage to speak to regularly (and one I keep finding jobs for and owes me more than a few *cough* *cough*) but there are those few that I have not been in touch with for some time. So, today I sent out an email to a large number of people looking for ideas/leads/encouragement/whatever and I’m getting all these great emails back from people and getting caught up on their lives. So, silver lining.

The flipside, of course, is that I am, in fact, looking for new work. I’ve had a wonderful 3 years leading the development team at Ozmott but by April 1, I need a new job. I’ve learned a great deal these past few years that I can bring to my new employers and am looking forward to learning new things there as well. So, there it is. Resume available on request, just drop me an email at Andy at the domain of this website (really not that hard an email to figure out…)

Oh, and if you did not get an email from me (and you think you should have) then I humbly apologize and invite you to chastise me in an email (where I will blame an out of date email address for the problem.)

I’m Still Alive

Yes, I’m still alive out here. I’ve been a lot focused on job searching and in finishing up my work at Devis. It’s been an intense few weeks and Friday is my last day. Then it’s full-time focus on finding my next destination whether it be here in DC or back up in New England or somewhere in between. I’m still looking so if you have any leads, I am, as always, interested in hearing about them.

Meanwhile, I offer you this great look at what critics might have said about books if video games had been invented first from Steven Johnson’s Everything Bad is Good for You: Everything Bad Goes Public

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