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Notes from An Event Apart Boston 2012 I had a great time at An Event Apart Boston, 2012. Ill post some photos soon. The conference avoided deep dives into code in favor of showing WHY you would do reactive design. As Eric Meyer said "My...

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I was burred with work from my business, teaching classes, starting a new full time job, and co-founding a startup. School is over and I sold my stake in the startup so I’m back to just 2 full time jobs again. The dream will be to trim down my current client load a bit more to enable to me to concentrate on a few things and do them well instead of the smorgasbord of skills I’ve been culturing so far.

I want to stay involved code, but I want to be more involved with people than most coders are. I think this means I want to get more into project management vs actually doing a majority of the code in the future assignments.

Stay tuned for future developments, and yes, I’d like to continue teaching for as long as I can.

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